Best Films - 1923: Charles Chaplin Drama 'A Woman of Paris' & Rex Ingram 'Scaramouche'

Edna Purviance A Woman of Paris Charles Chaplin
Edna Purviance (left) suffers in style in Charles Chaplin's A Woman of Paris


Cameo Kirby
d: John Ford; scr: Robert N. Lee

d: Rex Ingram; scr: Willis Goldbeck

The White Rose
d, scr: D.W. Griffith

A Woman of Paris
d, scr: Charles Chaplin



Souls for Sale
d, scr: Rupert Hughes


Alla Nazimova in Salome


G. W. Bitzer, Hendrik Sartov, Harold S. Sintzenich
The White Rose

Karl Brown
The Covered Wagon

William H. Daniels, Charles E. Kaufman, Ben F. Reynolds

George J. Folsey
The Fighting Blade

Bert Glennon, Peverell Marley, Archie Stout, J.F. Westerberg
The Ten Commandments

Tony Kornman, Robert Newhard
The Hunchback of Notre Dame

George Schneiderman
Cameo Kirby

John F. Seitz

Charles Van Enger

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