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The year 1910 in film involved some significant events.

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Events

Films released in 1910

  • Abraham Lincoln's Clemency
  • The Abyss (Afgrunden), starring Asta Nielsen[2]
  • Aeroplane Flight And Wreck
  • Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
  • Der Alpenjager
  • Am Abend, one of the earliest works of hardcore pornography
  • The American Suicide Club (French-U.S. co-production/ Lux)[3]
  • Another's Ghost (French/ Pathe) starring Mevisto, Henri Etievant, Henry Krauss[4]
  • As It Is In Life, directed by D. W. Griffith, starring Mary Pickford
  • Back to Life After 2,000 Years (aka The Roman's Awakening) (French/ Pathe)[5]
  • Bebe (series)
  • The Beechwood Ghost (Powers Films, which years later merged with Universal Pictures) [6]
  • The Bewitched Messenger (British/ Bat-Brockliss)[7]
  • The Blue Bird
  • Bride of the Haunted Castle (French film/ Artistic-Pathe) theatrically released in England and U.S.[8]
  • The Buddha's Curse (French/ Lux)[9]
  • Cagliostro (French film) directed by Camille de Morlhon and Gaston Velle, starring Helene du Montel, Jean Jacquinet, Stacia Napierkowska [10][11]
  • The Castle Ghost (French/ Pathe)[12]
  • The Cat That was Changed into a Woman (French/Pathe) directed by Michel Carre; this was the 2nd French film that adapted from the Aesop fable "Venus and the Cat" (see also 1909)[13]
  • Chibusa no enoki (Japanese) starred Matsunosuke Onoe [14]
  • The Children of Edward the Fourth (French/ Pathe-Film d'Art) directed by Henri Andreani, starring Rene Alexandre, Albert Bras, Jeanne Delvair [15]
  • A Christmas Carol (Edison)
  • Countess Ankarstrom (German film/ Deutsche Bioscope) directed by Gebhard Schatzler-Perasini, starring Paul Bildt[16][17]
  • The Curse of the Wandering Minstrel (aka The Singer's Curse) German/ Messter, based on a ballad written by Ludwig Uhland [18]
  • A Day in the Life of a Coal Miner, produced by Charles Urban
  • Death (Danish/Regia Kunstfilms) directed by Holger Holm, starring Emilie Sannom and Robert Schmidt[19]
  • The Defeat of Satan (French/ Pathe) directed by Georges Denola, starring Madeleine Celiat, Georges Laumonier and Jacques Vandenne [20]
  • The Demon of Dunkirque (Italian/British co-production) early example of international financing[21]
  • The Detachable Man (Pathe)[22]
  • The Devil's Mother-in-Law (French/ Pathe)[23]
  • Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Denmark/ Nordisk) written and directed by August Blom, starring Alwin Neuss as Jekyll/Hyde, Viggo Larsen and Oda Alstrup; film is lost today[24]
  • Dr. Mesner's Fatal Prescription (British/ Warwick Productions)
  • The Dream of Old Scrooge (based on the Charles Dickens novel "A Christmas Carol")[25]
  • The Duality of Man (British/ Wrench Films) adapted The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson; some sources credit Harry Brodribb Irving with directing this lost film[26]
  • The Electric Vitalizer (British/ Kineto)[27]
  • The Enchanted Wreath (British/ Warwick) [28]
  • The Fairy Bookseller (Pathe)[29]
  • The Family Doctor
  • Faust (Italy/ Cines) directed by Enrico Guazzoni, starring Fernanda Negri-Pouget, Ugo Bazzini, Alfredo Bracci; only existing print is missing a scene[30]
  • Faust (French) produced by Eclair Films
  • Faust (French/ Pathe) directed by Henri Andreani for Pathe Films[31]
  • The Fiendish Tenant (Gaumont)[32]
  • The Forbidden Fruit (French/ Pathe) written & directed by Gaston Velle [33]
  • Frankenstein, directed by J. Searle Dawley for Edison, starred Charles Ogle, Augustus Phillips and Mary Fuller[34]
  • The Freak of Ferndale Forest (British/ Warwick Productions)
  • The Fugitive, directed by D. W. Griffith
  • Funeral Of Edward VII
  • The Ghost in the Oven, produced by William Selig
  • The Ghost of Mudtown (French/ Pathe)[35]
  • The Golden Beetle (French/British co-production/ Continental-Warwick) directed by (and starring) Henri Desfontaines, based on The Gold Bug, a story by Edgar Allan Poe[36]
  • The Golden Supper (Biograph) features a premature burial[37]
  • Haunted by Conscience (Kalem Films)[38]
  • Hop-Frog, aka The Jester (French/British co-production/ Continental-Warwick) directed by Henri Desfontaines, starring Colanna Romano, based on the 1849 short story by Edgar Allan Poe (a lost film today)
  • The House of the Seven Gables, directed by J. Searle Dawley for Edison, starring Mary Fuller as Hepzibah Pyncheon, based on the 1851 Nathaniel Hawthorne novel[39]
  • The House with Closed Shutters, directed by D. W. Griffith
  • Hugo, the Hunchback, directed by William Selig, based on the Victor Hugo novel Notre Dame de Paris
  • Den Hvide Slavehandel (translation: The White Slave Trade), directed by August Blom
  • Inferno (Italian/ Helios Films), based on the novel by Dante; it was followed by a sequel Purgatory in 1912.[40]
  • In Old California, directed by D. W. Griffith. First Hollywood film in cinema.
  • In the Border States, directed by D. W. Griffith
  • Jane Eyre, (Thanhouser) written and directed by Theodore Marston for producer Edwin Thanhouser; starring Marie Eline, Gloria Gallop and Frank Hall Crane[41]
  • Jane Eyre (The Mad Lady of Chester), directed by Mario Caserini (Italian/ Cines)[42]
  • A Japanese Peach Boy, produced by Thomas Edison[43]
  • The Jealous Professors (Lux Film)[44]
  • The Johnson-Jeffries Fight
  • The Key of Life, produced by Thomas Edison Co.
  • King Philip the Fair and the Templars (French/ Eclair Film) directed by Victorin-Hyppolyte Jasset, starring Georges Saillard and Raoul d'Auchy; first film to deal with the topic of the Knights Templar[45]
  • A Lad from Old Ireland, directed by Sidney Olcott
  • The Legend of the Undines (French film/ Pathe) based on the 1814 opera by E. T. A. Hoffmann (an "undine" is a female water sprite)[46]
  • Little Snow White (French/ Pathe)[47]
  • The Lobster Nightmare (British)[48]
  • The Love of a Hunchback (British/ Empire Film) based on Victor Hugo's novel Notre Dame de Paris
  • Lucrezia Borgia (Italian film/ Cines) directed by Mario Caserini, starring Francesca Bertini and Maria Gasperini
  • Lured by a Phantom, aka The King of Thule (French) directed by Etienne Arnaud and Louis Feuillade, based on a poem written by Goethe [49]
  • Making Christmas Crackers
  • The Man to Beat Jack Johnson
  • Max Hypnotized (French/ Pathe) directed by Lucien Nonguet, starring Max Linder
  • The Minotaur (aka Theseus and the Minotaur), written and directed by J. Stuart Blackton for Vitagraph [50]
  • Museum Spooks, or Dreams in a Picture Gallery (British)[51]
  • The Mystery of Temple Court (Vitagraph)[52]
  • Necklace of the Dead (Denmark/ Nordisk) directed by August Blom, starring Ingeborg Middleboe Larsen, Thorkild Roose and Nicolai Neiiendam; said to be based on Edgar Allan Poe's short story The Oblong Box[53]
  • New York of Today, produced by Edison Studios
  • Oh, You Skeleton (Selig Polyscope)[54]
  • The Phantom (French/ Pathe-Le Film Russe) aka Le Fantome

The Picture of Dorian Gray (1910 film) (Denmark/ Regia Kunstfilms) directed by Alex Strom, starring Valdemar Psilander, Adam Poulsen; 1st film adaptation of the Oscar Wilde novel[55]

  • Queen of Spades, aka Pikovaya dama (Russian film) directed by Pyotr Chardynin, based on the novel by Alexander Pushkin
  • Queen of Spades (German film/ Deutsche Bioscop) produced by Deutsche Bioscop, also based on the novel by Alexander Pushkin
  • Ramona, directed by D. W. Griffith, starring Mary Pickford
  • The Red Inn, aka L'Auberge Rouge (French/ Pathe) directed by Camille de Morlhon, written by Abel Gance, starring Jeanne Cheirel, Julien Clement, Jean Worms, and Abel Gance, based on the novel by Honore de Balzac[56]
  • Robert, the Devil: or, Freed from Satan's Power (French/ Gaumont) directed by Etienne Arnaud, starring Leonce Perret and Maurice Vinot; based on a 1831 libretto written by Eugene Scribe and Casimir Delavigne[57]
  • The Romance of the Mummy (French/ Pathe) based on the Theophile Gautier book[58]
  • Rose O'Salem Town, directed by D. W. Griffith for American Mutoscope and Biograph, starring Dorothy West, Clara T. Bracy and Henry B. Walthall, set against the backdrop of the Salem Witch Trials[59]
  • St. George and the Dragon (Edison Co.)[60]
  • Satan's Rival (aka A Rival to Satan)(French) directed by Gerard Bourgeois
  • Secret of the Hand (French/ Lux) dealt with the subject of the Chinese Tong[61]
  • The Skeleton (Vitagraph)[62]
  • Slippery Jim, directed by Ferdinand Zecca
  • The Snake Man (French/ Lux)[63]
  • Sorceress of the Strand (French/ Eclair) directed by Victorin-Hippolyte Jasset, starring Eugenie Nau, Emile Keppens, and Marie Barthe[64]
  • The Spectre (French/ Pathe)[65]
  • The Spirit of the Sword (French/ Pathe)[66]
  • A Spiritualistic Seance (French/ Gaumont)[67]
  • Teddy Roosevelt Returns From Africa
  • Testing a Soldier's Courage (French/ Gaumont)[68]
  • Thunderbolt
  • A Trip to Davy Jones' Locker (French/ Pathe); a special effects film influenced by the work of George Melies[69][70]
  • A Trip to Mars (Edison Co.)[71]
  • Twelfth Night
  • The Unchanging Sea, directed by D. W. Griffith
  • Vengeance of the Dead (French/ Pathe); influenced by the Oscar Wilde novel The Portrait of Dorian Gray[72]
  • Le Vitrail Diabolique, directed by Georges Melies
  • Im Wannseebad
  • Wanted – A Mummy (British/ Cricks & Martin) directed by A. E. Coleby
  • Wedded Beneath the Waves (French/ Gaumont)[73]
  • What the Daisy Said, starring Mary Pickford
  • White Fawn's Devotion, directed by James Young Deer the first Native American Director
  • Wilful Peggy, directed by D. W. Griffith, starring Mary Pickford
  • The Witch of the Glen (British/ Warwick Productions)
  • The Witch of the Ruins (French/ Pathe)[74]
  • The Witches' Spell (British/ Urban Films) produced by Charles Urban[75]
  • The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Births

Month Day Name Profession Year of death
January 3 John Sturges Director 1992
12 Patsy Kelly Actress 1981
Luise Rainer 2014
February 8 Steffi Duna 1992
10 Joyce Grenfell 1979
27 Joan Bennett 1990
March 1 David Niven Actor 1983
5 Sheila Terry Actress 1957
8 Claire Trevor 2000
17 Sari Maritza 1987
23 Akira Kurosawa Director 1998
24 Richard Conte Actor 1975
April 23 Simone Simon Actress 2005
May 4 James Ellison Actor 1993
11 Johnnie Davis Actor, singer 1983
15 Constance Cummings Actress 2005
23 Scatman Crothers Actor 1986
June 3 Paulette Goddard Actress 1990
7 Arthur Gardner Producer, actor 2014
9 Robert Cummings Actor 1990
13 Mary Wickes Actress 1995
16 Ilona Massey 1974
24 Martha Sleeper 1987
July 4 Gloria Stuart 2010
11 Sally Blane 1997
27 Lupita Tovar 2016
28 Bill Goodwin Actor, announcer 1958
August 4 Anita Page Actress 2008
6 Charles Crichton Director 1999
8 Sylvia Sidney Actress
12 Jane Wyatt 2006
16 Mae Clarke 1992
22 Lucille Ricksen 1925
September 9 Kitty Carlisle Singer, actress 2007
19 Margaret Lindsay Actress 1981
29 Virginia Bruce 1982
October 8 Paulette Dubost  Actress 2011
23 Hayden Rorke Actor 1987
27 Jack Carson Actor 1963
December 4 Alex North Composer 1991
7 Rod Cameron Actor 1983
Louis Prima Bandleader, voice actor 1978
13 Lillian Roth Actress 1980
26 Marguerite Churchill 2000
31 Roy Rowland Director 1995

Deaths

Day Name Profession Year of birth
April 21 Mark Twain Humourist, writer, born Samuel L. Clemons. 1835
November 20 Leo Tolstoy Russian novelist 1828

Debuts

References

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