Silent Hall of Fame has created a Silent Gems Collection of rare and for
the first time available films with our stars, as well as other silent
masterpieces. These are high quality films that are hard to find
anywhere else. Please use the link below to see the Silent Gems
Collection of rare films on DVD.
"Victory" is a drama of the southern seas. A lonely man and a
vulnerable woman see their budding romance put to a severe test by a
bunch of outlaws.
Directed by Maurice Tourneur Produced by Maurice Tourneur Productions Scenario by Stephen Fox (Jules Furthman) Based on the novel Victory by Joseph Conrad Starring Jack Holt, Seena Owen, Lon Chaney, Wallace Beery, Ben Deeley, Bull Montana Cinematography René Guissart Distributed by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation Release date December 7, 1919 Running time 62 min. Country United States Language Silent film, English intertitles
You can see a slideshow of stills from this film and other interesting stuff on our website silent-hall-of-fame.org.
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from oblivion the names and legacy of formerly illustrious silent movie
stars, which have made a major contribution to the industry and the
world but do not have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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masterpieces that have been kept in hidden vaults for far too long. Our
website streams for free one such masterpiece that has not been seen in
85 years and is not available anywhere else.
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March 31, 2018 Subject:
Great Quality print and very rare
Saw my first silent film in the late 50s. I was 13 or 14
and got hooked on them. Have spent 40 years trying to see a full decent print of this film. Will try to support your efforts as much as possible.This film was shown at the Wexner museum a few years ago but was unable to drive to Columbus, OH. People are so lucky to have this available on the internet.I watched this silent but it is easy and fun to put together your own sound track. Thanks!