1913 Movie Trailers

Watch official trailers for movies released in 1913.

Most Popular 1913 Trailers

Total trailers found: 436

The Mothering Heart Trailer (1913)

21 June 1913

A young couple struggle to get ahead, the wife always assuaging the troubles of her melancholy husband.

The Night Before Christmas Trailer (1913)

26 December 1913

Based on Gogol's story. It is Christmas Eve, and the town witches’ son, a blacksmith, seeks an honest marriage to his love who wishes for a pair of shoes fit for the Tsarina.

Fantômas: In the Shadow of the Guillotine Trailer (1913)

09 May 1913

For the arch-criminal Fantômas, no crime is too daring, too adventurous. A master of disguise, he has no trouble relieving the Princess Danidoff of her priceless pearl necklace at the Royal Palace Hotel.

Suspense. Trailer (1913)

06 July 1913

An isolated house in deserted area is too remote for a servant, who leaves a note, quietly exits the back door, and puts the key under the mat.

Fantômas: The Dead Man Who Killed Trailer (1913)

28 November 1913

When a disfigured body of a woman is found in the lodgings of Dr. Chaleck, Inspector Juve immediately suspects this to be the work of his arch-enemy, the master criminal Fantômas.

Fantômas: Juve Against Fantômas Trailer (1913)

12 September 1913

When a disfigured body of a woman is found in the lodgings of Dr. Chaleck, Inspector Juve immediately suspects this to be the work of his arch-enemy, the master criminal Fantômas.

Protéa Trailer (1913)

01 January 1913

Protéa is the last film directed by Victorin-Hippolyte Jasset, one of the early film pioneers in France.

Atlantis Trailer (1913)

20 December 1913

After Dr. Friedrich's wife becomes mentally unstable and his research papers are rejected, he leaves the country to respite.

The Adventures of Kathlyn Trailer (1913)

29 December 1913

The serial detailed the experiences of Kathlyn Hare, the pretty daughter of an explorer. Kathlyn resided in a mythical India, fighting off unwanted advances from a handsome native, Umballah, when not battling an endless array of ferocious jungle fauna.

Les misérables - Époque 3: Cosette Trailer (1913)

01 January 1913

The Thenardiers and their small daughter, Eponine, and young son, Gavroche, are seen at their dingy country tavern.

Der Andere Trailer (1913)

21 January 1913

When talk with friends, Dr. Hallers, a well-known lawyer in Berlin, said he was skeptical about fantasies on the split personality: he could never believe something like that.

Gavroche et Casimir s'entraînent Trailer (1913)

12 June 1913

Over-stimulated by boxing lessons, Gavroche brings a lion home to spar with, triggering an all-out assault on public order.

Cymbeline Trailer (1913)

27 March 1913

Southern California locations vividly suggest both elemental pre-Roman Britain and classical Rome. An energetic cinematic pacing and intimacy show rapidly improving narrative technique and realism well beyond the limitations of the stage.

Bout de Zan Steals an Elephant Trailer (1913)

01 May 1913

Bout de Zan is a very precocious young man! When the circus comes to town, he does what any kid might do in this situation--he steals the circus' elephant!!! Later, he sits on the curb with the elephant and begs coins off people--with a sign saying 'blind since birth'.

Saïda Makes Off with the Manneken Pis Trailer (1913)

07 March 1913

A cheetah runs away from a fair and steals Belgium's national symbol: Manneken Pis.

Tragic Error Trailer (1913)

24 January 1913

When he goes to Paris an aristocrat steps into a cinema and is shocked by something he sees on screen.

Cohen Saves the Flag Trailer (1913)

26 November 1913

Cohen and his rival Goldberg enlist in the Union Army during the American Civil War. Goldberg receives a lieutenant’s commission while Cohen becomes a sergeant.

The Rosary Trailer (1913)

03 May 1913

Haunting and hypnotic, this artistic gem recounts the lyrics from a popular 1898 song of the same name.

Auch Faulheit kann von Nutzen sein Trailer (1913)

01 January 1913

In a twist on the “Baby Incubator” phenomenon of the age, a fall into a slop pit gives a heavyweight farmer the power to incubate chicken eggs on his belly, much to the delight and advantage of his neighbors.

Twilight of a Woman's Soul Trailer (1913)

26 November 1913

Despite living in luxury, Vera is lonely and discontented. When she accompanies her mother, the Countess, on a charity visit to the poor, she is troubled by what she sees, and she resolves to do whatever she can to help them.

The Prisoner of Zenda Trailer (1913)

18 February 1913

King Rudolf of Ruritania is saved from a coup attempt by the help of his lookalike cousin, who falls in love with the king's fiancee.

Preservation of the Sign Language Trailer (1913)

31 December 1913

George Veditz, one-time president of the National Association of the Deaf of the United States, outlines the right of deaf people to sign instead of speak.

Monsieur Beulemeester, garde civique Trailer (1913)

20 December 1913

Commissioned by Pathé Frères, Alfred Machin shoots several local stories in Belgium, in a typically Belgian setting.

Un sogno di Kri Kri Trailer (1913)

01 May 1913

Kri Kri falls asleep at the dinner table and dreams he's one of the Three Musketeers.

The Grasshopper and the Ant Trailer (1913)

01 January 1913

An ant works to prepare for winter while a drunken grasshopper plays his violin and dances away his time.

Bangville Police Trailer (1913)

24 April 1913

A young, buxom farm maid overhears two cow-hands talking in the barn, and she's convinced they're about to rob her.

Les misérables - Époque 2: Fantine Trailer (1913)

01 January 1913

Jean Valjean, guilty of a minor theft of food, is pursued and hounded for years by a relentless lawman, Javert.

The Switch Tower Trailer (1913)

15 June 1913

Arrogant tramps, a railroad man , counterfeiters, detectives and a boy to the rescue.

Dr. Goudron's System Trailer (1913)

26 December 1913

A visitor to an insane asylum realises that the inmates have taken control.

Quo Vadis? Trailer (1913)

01 March 1913

Quo Vadis?” (1913) was a landmark in early Italian historical epic films and certainly Herr Enrico Guazzoni’s grand scale masterpiece laid the foundations for what genuine kolossal Italian spectacles should be.

Death's Marathon Trailer (1913)

01 January 1913

Two business partners pursue the same woman. She accepts the marriage proposal of the irresponsible partner, much to her later regret.

A Noise from the Deep Trailer (1913)

17 July 1913

Mabel and Roscoe love each other, but her father likes another boy. A rather sissified young man. Roscoe and Mabel stages an accident.

Love Everlasting Trailer (1913)

03 October 1913

Grand Duchy of Wallenstein. Elsa Holbein is the young beautiful daughter of General Julius, the Chief of the General Staff.

Bloomer's Tragedy Trailer (1913)

01 August 1913

Kri Kri can't have the girl he loves, so he fakes suicide.

Polycarpe commis d'architecte Trailer (1913)

01 January 1913

Accident-prone Polycarpe wreaks havoc on a construction site—a popular location for so many early film comedies.

Le singe de Pétronille Trailer (1913)

01 January 1913

A robust housekeeper loses control of her new pet monkey, and it quickly trashes her middle-class employer’s home.

Bloomer Smokes Opium Trailer (1913)

17 October 1913

A series of trick film hallucinations and scary doubling effects result when Patachon smokes an opium cigarette.

La vengeance du sergent de la ville Trailer (1913)

31 January 1913

A police sergeant’s late night horn playing dismays neighbors in his apartment house, leading to marital discord, hysteria and a bizarre form of psycho-therapy involving a body double.

Black and White Trailer (1913)

27 August 1913

Bunny and the Bunny Hug Trailer (1913)

16 May 1913

Norman Winthrop, a surveyor, accidentally meets John Bunny, an Irish watchman of a building. He introduces him to Tom and Will Hawley, two of his friends, at a little poker game in which Bunny pockets all the winnings.

Arthème proméne son oncle Trailer (1913)

01 January 1913

Artheme takes his elderly uncle for a walk in his wheelchair, but abandons the invalid in the woods overnight when he spots a pretty girl.

Father's Chicken Dinner Trailer (1913)

17 August 1913

Clarence Barr comes home to discover that Sylvia Ashton and Charles West are getting ready to butcher a chicken for his dinner… but he thinks they're talking about him and not a bird!

Silent Heroes Trailer (1913)

23 September 1913

Tom Chatterton is called a coward because he will not enlist in the Home Guard during the Civil War -- his mother is dying and he does not wish to leave while she is still alive.

A Ride for a Bride Trailer (1913)

08 December 1913

A Ride for a Bride is a 1913 movie starring Roscoe Arbuckle and Virginia Kirtley.

Three Friends Trailer (1913)

02 January 1913

Silent film drama..

The Waiters' Picnic Trailer (1913)

16 June 1913

Louis, the chef and Oscar, the head waiter, are in love with Mabel the pretty cashier. The Waiters' picnic is held, and Mabel is the cause of much trouble between Louis and Oscar.

The Vampire Trailer (1913)

15 October 1913

Early theme dealing with vampire themes.

The Struggle Trailer (1913)

20 January 1913

In The Struggle (Broncho, 1913) a prospector and his son Bob depart from home in the morning, while the wife, at home, offers food to a passing stranger.

Marcantonio e Cleopatra Trailer (1913)

18 October 1913

Based loosely on Shakespeare's play, Plutarch's "Life of Antony", and Pietro Cossa's dramatic poem, "Cleopatra", this movie was spectacular for its time.

The Haunted Bedroom Trailer (1913)

20 December 1913

Lizette loves Jean but a 10,000 franc dowry insisted upon by Jean's father is keeping them apart. Paul, Lizette's "black sheep" brother, begs that she gives him her saved money so he can increase it for her - at the gaming table!! He does win but there are a few who are determined he shall not reach home with his money.

Matrimony's Speed Limit Trailer (1913)

11 June 1913

A man must marry by noon or lose his inheritance. It's 11:50 a.m. and he can't find his fiancée

King Rene’s Daughter Trailer (1913)

01 July 1913

This elaborate and well-staged silent version of Hertz' play is exceedingly well produced for 1913: it starts off by introducing the actors by name and role, then showing them in double exposure in street clothes and in costumes.

The Telltale Light Trailer (1913)

10 July 1913

The Telltale Light is a 1913 movie starring Mabel Normand and Roscoe Arbuckle.

The Siren Trailer (1913)

01 January 1913

La Glu tells the story of a woman, separated from her husband, and of evil reputation, who at a summer resort tries to capture the fortune of a wealthy aristocrat whose nephew had been in love with her, and is herself caught in the toils of her interest in a poor and primitive Breton lobster-fisherman.

Ingeborg Holm Trailer (1913)

27 October 1913

Ingeborg Holm's husband opens up a grocery store and life is on the sunny side for them and their three children.

The Last Bohemian Trailer (1913)

31 August 1913

The Last Bohemian (Hungarian: Az Utolsó bohém) is a 1912 Hungarian film directed by Michael Curtiz.

The Laird of McGillicuddy Trailer (1913)

23 January 1913

Comedy in which Charles retaliates when Louise breaks off their engagement. Louise breaks off her engagement to Charles.

Tigris Trailer (1913)

02 January 1913

Directed by Vincenzo Denizot.

A Fishy Affair Trailer (1913)

24 April 1913

A man goes fishing in the same pond where a burglar has thrown a sock of money stolen from the man's house.

Vennerne fra Officersskolen Trailer (1913)

18 February 1913

A Danish film directed by Eduard Schnedler-Sørensen about two army officers and a lady.