1912 Movie Trailers

Watch official trailers for movies released in 1912.

Most Popular 1912 Trailers

Total trailers found: 374

The Musketeers of Pig Alley Trailer (1912)

31 October 1912

The film is about a poor married couple living in New York City. The husband works as a musician and must travel often for work.

How a Mosquito Operates Trailer (1912)

01 January 1912

A hungry mosquito spots and follows a man on his way home. The mosquito slips into the room where the man is sleeping, and gets ready for a meal.

The Cameraman's Revenge Trailer (1912)

27 October 1912

A jilted husband takes his revenge by filming his wife and her lover and showing the result at the local cinema.

Dødsangstens maskespil Trailer (1912)

02 October 1912

A fire breaks out on a boat and a couple of entertainers are told by the captain to try distract the passengers so not a panic breaks out while the crew tries to get control over the situation.

L'Antique Tolede Trailer (1912)

01 March 1912

It is simply a compilation of views of Toledo, but fascinating ones, nonetheless, showing bridges, walls and other architectural highlights that appear to date from as early as the 8th century.

A Bride of Death Trailer (1912)

12 April 1912

An intense melodrama in which a bride poisons her groom, and then kills herself to be joined again in death.

Friends Trailer (1912)

22 September 1912

The orphan Dora is courted by two different gold miners.

A Dash Through the Clouds Trailer (1912)

24 June 1912

Aviation enthusiast Josephine rescues her suitor, Chubby, from an angry mob with the help of Slim and his airplane.

The Haunting Trailer (1912)

16 October 1912

A mother (Renee Carl) goes to see a palm reader who informs her that a loved one is about to die. The woman doesn't know if it's her son or her husband (Rene Navarre) but history buffs will know who it is as it's April 10, 1912 and the husband is about to board Titanic.

Le medaglie di Bidoni Trailer (1912)

16 September 1912

A patriotic film tinged with humor and sentimentalism. Stock footage (the crowded town, the departure of warships) and reconstructed war scenes in the desert are part of the second half about the war in Libya.

The Musgrave Ritual Trailer (1912)

01 November 1912

Reginald Musgrave’s maître d’hôtel has disappeared! Called to the rescue, Sherlock Holmes goes immediately to his friend, to inspect the premises.

La Fille du Margrave Trailer (1912)

01 January 1912

The noble Margrave of Hess, condemns captain Christian to exile for presuming to ask the hand of his daughter Genevieve in marriage.

From the Manger to the Cross Trailer (1912)

03 October 1912

One of the first American movies to depict the life of Christ.

Max, professeur de tango Trailer (1912)

16 August 1912

Max is doing the Tango with Miss Leonora in a Berlin night club. Being impressed by the performance a german Baron asks him to give his family a dancing lesson.

The Ascent of the Matterhorn (1912) Trailer (1912)

10 January 1912

Documentary featuring the ascent of the Matterhorn (Cervino) completed in 1911 by Mario Piacenza along the guides of Valtournenche Joseph Gaspard and Joseph Carrel .

A Lively Affair Trailer (1912)

08 May 1912

The film is an attack on suffragettes and their husbands. The women all act like men (playing poker, fighting, ignoring their kids, etc.

The Bond of Music Trailer (1912)

30 August 1912

Short anti-war film in which a French musician turns out to be a German spy.

Blind Love Trailer (1912)

11 September 1912

A country girl is persuaded to elope with the minister's nephew but she discovers that he is worthless.

Metamorphoses Trailer (1912)

16 August 1912

A female magician presents several impressive metamorphoses, combining stop-motion animation and camera tricks.

Children Who Labor Trailer (1912)

22 February 1912

The father of a working class family is having trouble finding a job, because the local textile mill is hiring only inexpensive child labor.

Charley Colms Trailer (1912)

05 April 1912

Jimmy Rudge, chief of the infamous Gang "Jacks of Spades", kidnaps the Marquis d'Harcier and passes himself off as him.

La Bohème Trailer (1912)

14 March 1912

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Hot Stuff Trailer (1912)

21 March 1912

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A Grocery Clerk's Romance Trailer (1912)

28 October 1912

Ford arranged for lazy Brown to be kidnapped and dynamited by thugs, so that he can move in and marry Mrs.

A Cure for Pokeritis Trailer (1912)

31 December 1912

This domestic comedy depicts a woman who stops her husband's gambling habit by having her cousin stage a fake police raid on the weekly poker game.

So Near, Yet So Far Trailer (1912)

29 September 1912

Walter Miller loves Mary Pickford, but he is very shy and doesn't dare to speak up, so she prefers Bobby Harron.

Le garde-meubles automatique Trailer (1912)

01 January 1912

A man who no longer can afford his rent is forced to sell his beloved furniture. The furniture can not bear to be parted from their owner and decides to return home.

Falling Leaves Trailer (1912)

01 January 1912

This autumn, Dr. Earl Headley is eagerly demonstrating what seems to be a miraculous cure for tuberculosis.

Dödsritten under cirkuskupolen Trailer (1912)

11 August 1912

Death Ride Under the Circus Dome. The film premiered on August 12 1912 in Phoenix cinema in Stockholm .

The Painted Lady Trailer (1912)

24 November 1912

A lonely young woman lives with her strict father who forbids her to wear make-up. One day at an ice cream social, she meets a young man you seems interested in her.

The Narrow Road Trailer (1912)

01 August 1912

Two men are released from prison after having served their sentences. One is determined to go straight and stay out of trouble, but his fellow ex-con has other ideas, and his plans wind up spelling trouble for both of them.

The Heart of an Indian Trailer (1912)

03 January 1912

When Indians attack a white settlement, a brave kidnaps a white baby to give to his wife as a replacement for their dead baby.

Troubles of a Grasswidower Trailer (1912)

26 January 1912

An elegant dandy - he of suit, vest, tie, and top hat - ignores his wife at dinner in favor of his newspaper, so she tearfully leaves him and returns home to mother.

Cohen Collects a Debt Trailer (1912)

23 September 1912

After second hand clothier Cohen receives $1000 from a rival firm (unaware that the amount was borrowed to force his bankruptcy), he must dodge a disguise-wearing bill collector.

L'Oubliette Trailer (1912)

01 October 1912

A newly married couple moves into a house. But the bride disappears.

The Engagement Ring Trailer (1912)

10 March 1912

Alice has two persistent suitors, one rich, one poor. Each buys her an engagement ring; the rich man pays cash, but the poor man must pay on installments.

Cinderella or The Glass Slipper Trailer (1912)

01 November 1912

Georges Méliès's first attempt at Cinderella was in 1899. That film was extraordinary then for having multiple scenes and a semblance of a narrative; additionally, the use of dissolves as transitions in it influenced other filmmakers for years to do the same.

The Portrait of Lady Anne Trailer (1912)

23 July 1912

The ghost of a selfish, inconsiderate woman must make up for her past transgressions by making sure that her descendant marries the man who is right for her.

The Dwarf Trailer (1912)

12 September 1912

An anonymous playwright becomes enamored with the leading lady of his masterpiece.

Katchem Kate Trailer (1912)

12 June 1912

Mabel seems to be working ironing dresses in a dress shop when something catches her attention in a newspaper.

The Water Nymph Trailer (1912)

23 September 1912

Mabel and her sweetheart go to the beach and play a trick on the boyfriend's father.

Asesinato y entierro de Don José Canalejas Trailer (1912)

11 December 1912

Film based on the assassination of the Spanish politician José Canalejas at Manuel Pardiñas's hands on 12 November of 1912.

Custer's Last Fight Trailer (1912)

03 October 1912

The silent film Custer's Last Fight is the first movie about George Armstrong Custer and his final stand at the Battle of the Little Bighorn.

Le signalement Trailer (1912)

28 November 1912

A insane child killer is loose! He finds a place to hide. A home where a little girl and an infant are alone.

The Burglar’s Dilemma Trailer (1912)

16 December 1912

In this latter day Cain and Abel story, a jealous brother strikes down his sibling just as a young burglar is about to enter the house.

Napoléon, Bébé et les Cosaques Trailer (1912)

30 August 1912

At the front, Bébé meets two Russian soldiers.

The Transformation of Mike Trailer (1912)

01 February 1912

Mike breaks into an apartment to steal an old man's money, not realizing it's his girlfriend's father.

The Bandit of Point Loma Trailer (1912)

21 August 1912

A hunted bandit cleverly outwits the sheriff after a thrilling chase over rocks and sandhills. Reaching the Point Loma Lighthouse, he introduces himself as a revenue man to the lighthouse keeper and his daughter.

The Star of Bethlehem Trailer (1912)

23 December 1912

Biblical tale about the birth of Christ told with a cast of 100's.

Hope, a Red Cross Seal Story Trailer (1912)

16 November 1912

An elderly man refuses to donate money to a Tuberculosis fund but soon his daughter (Gertrude McCoy) comes down with the disease.

Lea si diverte Trailer (1912)

04 June 1912

Roman comedienne Lea returns for more hilarious antics in Lea si diverte (1912).

The Loves of Queen Elizabeth Trailer (1912)

16 August 1912

Epsodes from the life of Elizabeth I, Queen of England (1533-1603), focusing on her ill-fated love affair with Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex.

Dora Thorne Trailer (1912)

30 April 1912

Silent romantic drama...

L'iris fantastique Trailer (1912)

22 July 1912

This magical masterpiece was released in 1912 by Segundo de Chomón.

Tragedy of the Dress Suit Trailer (1912)

14 August 1912

A Mack Sennett comedy short starring Dell Henderson & Mabel Normand.

Petticoat Camp Trailer (1912)

29 November 1912

Several married couples go on a camp-out together, but the women soon realize that the men expect them to do all the dirty work.

The Public and Private Care of Infants Trailer (1912)

25 December 1912

A young widow with two babies faces some very difficult decisions in caring for them.

Bjørnetæmmeren Trailer (1912)

07 May 1912

A bear tamer marries a dancer from a traveling circus. When his wife makes it big, will she forget about the man she fell in love with?

Le secret de l'acier Trailer (1912)

26 December 1912

A steel worker is told by his girl friend, that she only wants to marry a rich man. A foreign spy hears this and offers him money if he gives him the formula of the new steel he's working with.

Nicolas Nickleby Trailer (1912)

18 March 1912

With The Old Curiosity Shop and David Copperfield, both released in 1911, and Nicholas Nickleby in 1912, Thanhouser established itself as producer of the best Dickens adaptations in American film.