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Films In 1925

GO WEST (Buster Keaton, 1925)
In a novel twist on the romantic comedy formula, Buster Keaton stars opposite an affectionate cow in this warmhearted Western farce that demonstrates Keaton's skill at pathos, without lessening his o… Read more

La Mort du Cygne (, 1925)
Anna Pavlova performs La Mort du Cygne. ... Read more

PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (Rupert Julian, 1925)
Journey back in time with this unique cinematic offering, starring Lon Chaney and Mary Philbin.Witness a silent classic - the earliest film version of Gaston Leroux's The Phantom of the Opera - as it… Read more

So This Is Jollygood (Adrian Brunel, 1925)
During one of the periodic slumps in the British film industry, Adrian Brunei produced several satires on "film types". This one describes the trials of a film producer, the hunt for a financier, sho… Read more

THE ADVENTURES OF ALGY (Beaumont Smith, 1925)
Not a Napoleon, a Broken Blossoms, or a Sunrise - something just as special but altogether rarer one of ours. The Adventures of Algy is a spirited romantic comedy/drama, a local folk film very much a… Read more

THE BIG PARADE (King Vidor, 1925)
"The production of The Big Parade, cost two hun­dred and forty-five thousand dollars. It catapulted John Gilbert to the status of a major star, and advanced Renee Adoree and Karl Dane up th ladde… Read more

THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (Rupert Julian, 1925)
The famous The Phantom of the Opera, while not a classic terror, is an enjoyable and roaring melodrama impressive in its showmanship. ... It tells of a young aspiring operatic singer, in love with a … Read more

VARIETY (E. A. Dupont, 1925)
In 1925 two German films in particular had immediate and widespread influence on motion picture technique: Variety, which showed that the camera couId be put to outstanding uses, and The Last Laugh w… Read more

VARIETY (Bette Gordon, 1925)
In 1925 two German films in particular had immediate and widespread influence on motion picture technique: Variety, which showed that the camera could be put to outstanding uses, and The Last Laugh, … Read more

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