BARBARA LA MARR
"The Girl Who is Too Beautiful"

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Barbara La Marr's Films

 BARBARA LA MARR FILMOGRAPHY

(Supplied by the late, much-lamented Jimmy Bangley)

It is thought that Barbara La Marr appeared
(as Reatha Watson) in a Tom Mix western of
1914. She may have also been seen in three
 or four "shorts" while dancing in New York City.

1. HARRIET AND THE PIPER (First National). 1920. Anita Stewart, Ward Crane, and Myrtle Stedman, Irving Cummings, Charles Richmond. Directed by Bertram Bracken, produced by Louis B. Mayer.
Miss La Marr's wardrobe by Lucille Ltd.

2. THE NUT (United Artist) 1921. Douglas Fairbanks, Marguerite de La Mott, William Lowery. Directed by Ted Reed, produced by Douglas Fairbanks. Miss La Marr's wardrobe by Madame Frances. PRINT EXISTS; available on video.

3. DESPERATE TRAILS (Universal) 1921. Harry Carey, Irene Rich, Georgie Stone, George Siegmann. Produced and directed by John Ford.

4. THE THREE MUSKETEERS (United Artists) 1921. Douglas Fairbanks, Marguerite De La Mott, Adolphe Menjou, Mary MacLaren, George Siegmann, Eugene Pallette, Nigel De Brulier. Directed by Fred Niblo, produced by Douglas Fairbanks. Miss La Marr's wardrobe by Paul Burns. RESTORED PRINT EXISTS; avail on DVD.

5. CINDERELLA OF THE HILLS (Fox) 1921. Carl Miller, Barbara Bedford, Cecil Van Aucker, Wilson Hummel. Directed by Howard M. Mitchell.

6. ARABIAN LOVE (Fox) 1922. John Gilbert, Barbara Bedford, Heschel Mayall, Robert Kortman, William Orlamond. Directed by Jerome Storm. Miss La Marr's wardrobe by Clare West.

7. THE PRISONER OF ZENDA (Metro) 1922. Lewis Stone, Alice Terry, Ramon Novarro, Stuart Holmes, Malcolm McGregor, Robert Edeson. Directed & produced by Rex Ingram.  RESTORED PRINT EXISTS; avail on DVD.

8. DOMESTIC RELATIONS (Preferred) 1922. Katherine MacDonald, William P. Carleton, Jr., Frank Leigh, Lloyd Whitlock. Directed by Chet Withey. Miss La Marr's wardrobe by Ethel Chaffin.

9. TRIFLING WOMEN (Metro) 1922. Ramon Novarro, Lewis Stone, Edward Connelly, Pomeroy Cannon, Hughie Mack, John George. Directed and produced
by Rex Ingram.

10. QUINCY ADAMS SAWYER (Metro) 1922. Lon Chaney, John Bowers, Blanche Sweet, Elmo Lincoln, Louise Fazenda, Joseph Dowling. Directed by Clarence Badger. Miss La Marr's wardrobe by
Madame Frances.

11. THE HERO (Preferred) 1922. Gaston Glass,
John Sainpolis, Doris Pawn, David Butler, Martha Mattox, Frankie Lee. Directed by Louis J. Gasnier. Miss La Marr's wardrobe by Ethel Chaffin.

12. POOR MEN'S WIVES (Preferred) 1923. David Butler, Richard Tucker, Zasu Pitts, Betty Francisco, The Heavenly Twins. Directed by Louis J. Gasnier. Miss La Marr's wardrobe by Ethel Chaffin.

13. SOULS FOR SALE (Goldwyn) 1923. EleanorBoardman, Richard Dix, Mae Busch, Lew Cody,
Frank Mayo, Dale Fuller, William Haines, Snitz Edwards, Louis Fazenda, Aileen Pringle. Cameo appearances by Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Adolpha Menjou, Eric Von Stroheim, Anna Q. Nilsson, Fred Niblo, King Vidor, and Florence Vidor, Patsy Ruth Miller. Produced by Rupert Hughes, directed by Rupert Hughes and Ernst Lubitsch. Miss La Marr's wardrobe by Howard Greer and Madame Frances.
RESTORED PRINT EXISTS; available on DVD.

14.THE BRASS BOTTLE (First National) 1923. Harry Myers, Ernest Torrence, Tully Marshall, Charlotte Merriam, Ford Sterling. Directed and produced by Maurice Tourneur.

15. ST. ELMO (Fox) 1923. John Gilbert, Bessie Love, Warner Baxter, Nigel deBrulier, Lydia Knott. Directed by Jerome Storm.

16. STRANGERS OF THE NIGHT (Metro) 1923. Matt Moore, Enid Bennett, Robert McKim, Emily Fitzroy. Directed by Fred Niblo, produced by Louis B. Mayer.

17. THE ETERNAL STRUGGLE (Metro) 1923. Renee Adoree, Earle Williams, Pat O'Malley, Wallace
Beery, Josef Swickard, Anders Randolf. Directed
by Reginald Barker, produced by Louis B. Mayer.

18. THE ETERNAL CITY (First National) 1923. Lionel Barrymore, Bert Lytell, Richard Bennett, Montague Love, Ronald Colman, Cameo appearances by the King and Queen of Italy. Also Benito Mussolini. Produced by George Fitzmaurice and Barbara La Marr. Screenplay by Barbara La Marr (co-written). Directed by George Fitzmaurice. Miss La Marr's wardrobe by Madame Frances, Max Ree, Erte and Schiapierelli.

20. THY NAME IS WOMAN (Metro) 1924. Ramon Novarro, William V. Mong, Wallace MacDonald, Edith Roberts, Robert Edeson, Claire McDowall. Directed by Fred Niblo, produced by Louis B. Mayer. Set decoration by Howard Grieve. PRINT EXISTS.

21. THE SHOOTING OF DAN MCGREW (Metro) 1924. Lew Cody, Percy Marmont, Mae Busch, George Siegmann, Philipe De Lacy. Directed by Clarence Badger, produced by Louis B. Mayer. Miss La Marr's wardrobe by Max Ree and Andre Ani.

22. THE WHITE MOTH (First National) 1924. Conway Tearle, Ben Lyon, Charles De Roche, Edna Murphy, Josie Sedgwick, William Orlamond, Ethel Shannon. Screenplay by Barbara LaMarr based on a poem by Barbara LaMarr. Directed by Maurice Tourneur. Miss La Marr's wardrobe by Erte and Madame Frances. PRINT EXISTS.

23. SANDRA (First National) 1924. Bert Lytell, Lelia Hyams, Augustin Sweeney, Maud Hill, Edgar Nelson, Leslie Austin, Arthur Edmund Carew. Directed by George Melford.

24. THE HEART OF A SIREN (First National) 1925. Conway Tearle, Clifton Webb, Harry Morley, Paul Doucer. Directed by Phil Rosen. Miss La Marr's wardrobe by Charles LeMaire. 16mm PRINTS EXIST.

25. THE WHITE MONKEY. (First National) 1925.
Henry Victor, Colin Campbell, Flora Le Breton, Thomas Holding, George Marion, Charles Mack, Tammany Young. Directed by Phil Rosen.

26. THE GIRL FROM MONTMARTRE (First National) 1926. Lewis Stone, Robert Ellis, William Eugene, E.H. Calvert. Directed by Alfred E. Green. Miss La Marr's wardrobe by Max Ree.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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