Douglas Fairbanks: A Modern Musketeer
A Collection of Eleven Modern Films

Douglas Fairbanks: A Modern Musketeer - A Collection of Eleven Modern Films
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11 videos in this collection

His Picture in the Papers
A young man can only get the woman he loves if he becomes famous and manages to get his picture in the newspapers. He determines to let nothing stand in…
The Mystery of the Leaping Fish
A Douglas Fairbanks film apart of the collection, Douglas Fairbanks: A Modern Musketeer which includes eleven of the joyful modern-dress comedies, westerns, satires, dream-fantasies and romances which, though mostly seldom-seen,…
Flirting With Fate
A Douglas Fairbanks film apart of the collection, Douglas Fairbanks: A Modern Musketeer which includes eleven of the joyful modern-dress comedies, westerns, satires, dream-fantasies and romances which, though mostly seldom-seen,…
The Matrimaniac
A young couple attempts to elope, with the bride's irate father in hot pursuit. The train stops briefly and the young man dashes off to find a minister, but before…
Wild and Woolly
A rich young Easterner who has always wanted to live in "the Wild West" plans to move to a Western town. Unknown to him, the town's "wild" days are long…
Reaching for the Moon
A factory worker has always dreamed that he was meant for better things, to be rich and famous and in "the company of kings". One day he discovers that he…
A Modern Musketeer
A restless young man travels west, encountering adventure, romance, and danger.
When the Clouds Roll By
Psychiatrist Dr. Ulrich Metz attempts to drive Daniel Brown to suicide..
The Mollycoddle
An American who has lived much of his life outside the country returns to Arizona for the first time in years and encounters villainy.
The Mark of Zorro (Mortimer Wilson Score)
A seemingly idiotic fop is really the courageous vigilante Zorro, who seeks to protect the oppressed.
The Nut
Eccentric inventor Charlie Jackson tries to interest wealthy investors in his girlfriend's plan to help children from poor neighborhoods.

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