Cinecon attractions included the Charles Chaplin and Marie Dressler vehicle Tillie’s Punctured Romance, known as cinema’s first comedy feature.
Cinecon attractions include a squeaky-voiceless (silent) and brunette Jean Arthur in The Poor Nut and a young Alice Faye in one of her earliest musicals.
Cinecon attractions include the sentimental 1930 Al Jolson musical Mammy and the early Bette Davis drama The Menace.
Cinecon movies: Uncut version of the pre-Code WWI drama The Eagle and the Hawk and the gender-role-reversal silent The Home Maker.
Notable Cinecon movies include the ‘male bonding’ 1914 silent Damon and Pythias and an entertaining crime tale with a pre-Dr. Watson Nigel Bruce.