1910 Movie Trailers

Watch official trailers for movies released in 1910.

Most Popular 1910 Trailers

Total trailers found: 239


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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Trailer (1910)

24 March 1910

An early version of the classic, based more on the 1902 stage musical than on the original novel.

Frankenstein Trailer (1910)

18 March 1910

Frankenstein, a young medical student, trying to create the perfect human being, instead creates a misshapen monster.

The Fugitive Trailer (1910)

07 November 1910

Two Johns, a Confederate and an Union soldier, leave their families to go to the front. After a skirmish they end up separated from their respective sides, the Union soldier shoots the Confederate, but he has to escape and look for refuge in the house of his enemy.

A Trip to Mars Trailer (1910)

18 February 1910

The obvious inspiration for this short film is Georges Méliès' 1903 A TRIP TO THE MOON, but while Méliès based his movie on a Jules Verne novel, this clearly is based on H.

The Unchanging Sea Trailer (1910)

05 May 1910

In this story set at a seaside fishing village and inspired by a Charles Kingsley poem, a young couple's happy life is turned about by an accident.

Slippery Jim Trailer (1910)

16 May 1910

Apparently inspired by the antics of Harry Houdini, Slippery Jim opens in the office of a police commissioner to whom a rather cocky villain is presented.

The Legend of Daphne Trailer (1910)

01 January 1910

An ancient Greek legend comes to life, courtesy of the Gaumont studios.

The Master of a Fashionable Game Trailer (1910)

26 April 1910

The film presents a drawing room meeting of enthusiastic puzzle workers. One gentleman has a new way of solving his puzzle.

Tilly the Tomboy Visits the Poor Trailer (1910)

16 September 1910

Funny how we think of the loutish behaviour of some of today's teens as a modern-day phenomenon. Here, in a short film more than one hundred years old, we see two tearaways terrorising a bed-ridden old lady, sabotaging a number of honest workmen as they go about their daily work, vandalising a bakery and taking a vehicle without consent - all in the space of six frenetic minutes.

The House with Closed Shutters Trailer (1910)

08 August 1910

During the Civil War a young soldier loses his nerve in battle and runs away to his home to hide; his sister puts on his uniform, takes her brother's place in the battle, and is killed.

A Japanese Peach Boy Trailer (1910)

01 February 1910

The story begins with the finding of a wonderful peach which comes floating down a small stream and is brought to shore by a little Japanese woman, who takes it to her home.

Princess Tarakanova Trailer (1910)

08 November 1910

During the reign of Russia's Empress Ekaterina II (Catherine the Great), Count Orlov writes a letter to the Empress, denouncing Princess Tarakanova as a traitor and a would-be usurper.

Twelfth Night Trailer (1910)

04 February 1910

When Viola and her twin brother Sebastian are shipwrecked and separated, Viola dresses in her brother's clothes and becomes a page in the palace of the Duke of Orsino.

Max's First Job Trailer (1910)

01 October 1910

Recommended by a friend of the Ambigu Theatre, Max equipped letter is received in the Pathe. Submitted to the Director he then tests before the director of the house.

Anita Garibaldi Trailer (1910)

01 September 1910

Tontolini and Hypnotism Trailer (1910)

01 December 1910

Polidor is a hypochondriac, so he goes to a hypnotist to have his neuroses dealt with. The hypnotist uses a feather to to hypnotize him, but doesn't turn it off properly, so Polidor goes into a trance on sighting anything with feathers.

Une aventure secrète de Marie-Antoinette Trailer (1910)

01 January 1910

In 1793, a police officer tries to save the ex-Queen from the guillotine.

The Picture of Dorian Gray Trailer (1910)

05 October 1910

Based on the novel "The Picture of Dorian Gray" by Oscar Wilde.

The Rape of the Sabine Women Trailer (1910)

10 February 1910

A early film adaptation of "The Rape of the Sabines" which is an episode in the legendary history of Rome, traditionally said to have taken place in 750 BC, in which the first generation of Roman men acquired wives for themselves from the neighboring Sabine families.

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Trailer (1910)

09 November 1910

Life and Death of Pushkin Trailer (1910)

21 August 1910

The life and death of Alexander Pushkin is summarised in a 5-minute sequence of half-a-dozen scenes. The film's subtitles are in Russian.

Une grande chasse à l'hippopotame sur le Haut Nil Trailer (1910)

02 January 1910

Directed by Alfred Machin.

The Woman Hater Trailer (1910)

26 September 1910

A man is captured by Indians after swearing off all women.

En rekrut fra 64 Trailer (1910)

31 July 1910

The young Danish soldier Felix is thrown into battle against the Prussians in the Schleswig War of 1864.

Motherless Trailer (1910)

26 January 1910

The story of two orphaned girls.

Over Silent Paths Trailer (1910)

15 May 1910

In the heart of the American desert we find an old miner with his only daughter, he toiling day after day at his rocker-cradle in quest of the precious ore, while his pretty daughter keeps his camp and makes it as comfortable as possible in this wilderness.

The Nativity Trailer (1910)

11 November 1910

A silent French film depicting the story of the nativity.

La revolución de Mayo Trailer (1910)

04 November 1910

La Revolución de Mayo (in Spanish, The May Revolution) is an Argentine silent movie made in 1909 and premiered in 1910.

Floral Studies Trailer (1910)

24 May 1910

There have been numerous studies of plants and flowers presented to the public, but none which exhibit the perfection of stereoscopic detail.

Le Lys d'or Trailer (1910)

01 January 1910

The Madonna gives a golden lily to the poor musician. He tries to sell it and this arouses the suspicion of the goldsmith.

Buffalo Bill's Wild West and Pawnee Bill's Far East Trailer (1910)

14 September 1910

Highlights from the Buffalo Bill's Wild West and Pawnee Bill's Far East shows.

Bebe veut imiter St. Martin Trailer (1910)

22 July 1910

The first child star of cinema gives a shivering girl half his cloak and learns that half a coat against the cold does not help much.

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Trailer (1910)

01 January 1910

Dr. Henry Jekyll experiments with scientific means of revealing the hidden, dark side of man and releases a murderer from within himself.

The Vicar of Wakefield Trailer (1910)

26 December 1910

Edwin Thanhouser re-made The Vicar of Wakefield in 1917 as a eight-reel feature film providing us with a frame of reference for the maturation of film language and cinematic techniques over the ensuing eight year period.

The Winter's Tale Trailer (1910)

27 May 1910

The first of six Shakespeare adaptations from Thanhouser, The Winter’s Tale was just the 13th or 14th title from the studio in its first nine weeks of releases.

Rose o' Salem Town Trailer (1910)

25 September 1910

Typical morality tale has a Deacon coming onto a "wild child" (Dorothy West) but after she rejects him he goes back into town saying that the girl and her mother are witches.

A Christmas Carol Trailer (1910)

23 December 1910

The day before the Christmas holiday, Ebenezer Scrooge, a hard-fisted miser, refuses to contribute to the Charity Relief Committee, and then rudely rejects his nephew Fred when he visits Scrooge in his office.

The Song That Reached His Heart Trailer (1910)

10 October 1910

A Story of the Lumber Regions of Western Canada: a lumberjack remember his past while he listens to a record of the song his fiancée used to sing him.

Birth of a Flower Trailer (1910)

16 November 1910

"Percy Smith (1880-1944) was world famous as a photographer of plant life. Probably the first British example of time-lapse photography as applied to the growth of plants.

The Adventures of Tartarin the Younger Trailer (1910)

07 January 1910

Dobbeltgængeren Trailer (1910)

17 November 1910

A Danish crime movie where a couple of thieves so a robbery and tries to escape.

Lieutenant Rose and the Gunrunners Trailer (1910)

02 January 1910

Lieutenant Rose poses as a woman to save the Governor's daughter from a rebel's cannon.

The Automatic Moving Company Trailer (1910)

01 January 1910

Furniture moves itself into a new house, without human intervention. No people appear in this stop-motion short by animation pioneer Émile Cohl.

Le baptême de Calino Trailer (1910)

10 June 1910

While the film is about the baptism of a child, this isn't 100% apparent by the action. Out of the blue, midway through the film, the 'baby' walks off, steals a bicycle and goes on a made dash--followed by the members of the baptism party.

Whimsical Illusions Trailer (1910)

01 January 1910

Short of Méliès.

The Stenographer's Friend; Or, What Was Accomplished by an Edison Business Phonograph Trailer (1910)

28 September 1910

It's a busy day at the office, and the stenographer is exhausted from trying to keep up with the demands on her skills.

The Actor's Children Trailer (1910)

14 March 1910

When his play closes down, an actor returns home to find that his children are gone. He's then notified that a wealthy relative has died and left him a substantial amount of money.

Frank Merriwell in Arizona; or, The Mystery Mine Trailer (1910)

28 January 1910

Anti-alcohol drama based on a popular series about the clever and sporty hero Frank Merriwell. | In a small town in Arizona, Merriwel buys a mine from the seedy George Worthington.

A Tin-Type Romance Trailer (1910)

06 December 1910

Two nice young people become acquainted at the beach; a romance develops.

Jane Eyre Trailer (1910)

02 January 1910

Directed by Theodore Marston.

Tom Pouce suit une femme Trailer (1910)

16 May 1910

A three-minute short with overtly gay qualities about a midget courting a tall balding tranvestite.

The Two Roses Trailer (1910)

07 July 1910

Released on June 7, 1910, THE TWO ROSES was Thanhouser's 16th release and was advertised as "A powerful, pathetic, pretty story of life in Little Italy.

Le peintre néo-impressionniste Trailer (1910)

16 May 1910

A painter is seen in his studio with his model. A buyer comes in, and the painter shows him a number of his paintings, all of them based on puns, including one of a devil shooting pool.

The Abyss Trailer (1910)

12 September 1910

Magda meets her fiancé and he invites her to visit him and his parents. While visiting them, a circus comes to town and Magda asks her fiancé to take her to the show.

Le petit Chantecler Trailer (1910)

12 March 1910

Émile Cohl uses stop-motion animation to tell about life on the chicken farm.

Ramona Trailer (1910)

23 May 1910

Ramona, a young girl growing up on her adoptive mother's rancho in California, falls in love with the Indian lad Alessandro.

La tournée des grands ducs Trailer (1910)

22 July 1910

Parody of slum tours the posh Parisian circles. A troupe of actors serving the entertainment needs with genuine Apaches'.

L'épée du spirite Trailer (1910)

16 May 1910

The Spirit Sword (L'Epee du spirite, 1910) by pioneer filmmaker Segundo de Chomón is a fantasy swashbuckler that opens with the arrival at an inn of a musketeer who possesses a magic sword.

The Mystery of Temple Court Trailer (1910)

18 March 1910

A young girl who loves an unworthy young fellow, of little character and less conscience, consents to a secret marriage.

La trouvaille de Bébé Trailer (1910)

02 January 1910

Directed by Louis Feuillade.