When they purchased Vitagraph Studios in 1925, Warner Bros. was interested primarily in their extensive distribution network, but along with the sale came the entirety of the Vitagraph film catalogue. In the second half of the 1920s, Warner Bros. re-released several recent Vitagraph films, both theatrically and to the burgeoning home movie market. This collection includes three of those late Vitagraph films re-released by Warner Bros.
Richard moves to a remote island to escape from the memory of Eve, who had been forced to marry another man, but Fate still has more in store.
Starring Marguerite de la Motte and Wallace MacDonald · Directed by Tom Terriss
An scheming adventurer attempts to blackmail the daughter of a country squire into marrying him.
Starring Jean Paige · Directed by David Smith
George objects to his mother remarrying as the Amberson family fortune declines. Based on Booth Tarkington’s novel “The Magnificent Ambersons".
Starring Alice Calhoun and Cullen Landis · Directed by David Smith