Silent (no soundtrack) From the Wikipedia entry for "Tol'able David": 220px-Tol%27able_David-Poster.JPG "Tol'able David is a 1921 American silent film based on the Joseph Hergesheimer short story.

Silent (no soundtrack) You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page

Gene Autry is the stunt double for a western star and has to impersonate him after the actor bails out of a personal appearance at the Texas Centennial.

The General Line aka Old and New (translit. Staroye i novoye) is a 1929 Soviet film directed by Sergei Eisenstein.

From the Wikipedia entry for "The Toll of the Sea": "The Toll of the Sea is a 1922 American motion picture, directed by Chester M. Franklin, produced by the Technicolor Motion Picture Corporation, and released by Metro Pictures in 1922, featuring Anna May Wong in her first leading role. It was the eighth color feature film, the second Technicolor feature, the first color feature made in Hollywood, and the first color feature anywhere that did not require a special projector to be shown. The original camera negative survives except for the final 2 reels.

Silent (No soundtrack) From the Wikipedia entry for "Cabiria": 220px-Cabiria_1914_poster_restored.jpg Cabiria is a 1914 silent movie from the early years of Italy's movie industry, directed by Giovanni Pastrone (1883-1959).

An ancient fossil is discovered and is believed to be the missing link in human evolution. However, when brought aboard and transported by train, an alien life force is awakened from the remains and begins to possess and kill the passengers. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0068713/?ref_=sr_1 Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi, Science Fiction Also known as: "Panic in the Trans-Siberian Train" "The Possessor" (Blu-ray Release)

A group of people hide from bloodthirsty zombies in a farmhouse. - IMDB Description

This gut busting comedy, starring Buster Keaton, charmingly explores love in the three ages of life - the prehistoric age, the roman age, and the modern age. Throughout the years, where love is concerned, does anything really change? You can read more about this film on its IMDb page. Enjoy!

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