Alice Solves the Puzzle Trailer

Alice Solves the Puzzle Trailer (1925)

01 January 1925 Animated 7 mins

Alice and Julius are playing on the seashore when Pete comes around, gets Julius drunk and tries to steal a crossword puzzle from Alice. Julius has to sober up to come to the rescue.

Watch the official Alice Solves the Puzzle 1925 trailer in HD below.

Watch Full Movie Online

Cast

Margie Gay

as Alice

Crew

Mike Marcus

Mike Marcus Cinematography

International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 1925

Alternative movies trailers for Alice Solves the Puzzle

More movie trailers, teasers, and clips from Alice Solves the Puzzle:

Alice comedies - Alice Solves the Puzzle (1925)

Follow us on facebook ! and twitter :

Alice Comedies-Alice Solves The Puzzle (1925)

Alice Solves the Puzzle was the fifteenth episode of the Alice Comedies created by Walt Disney and his studio for Margaret Winkler and Charles Mintz's ...

Censorship in "Alice Solves the Puzzle"

"Alice Solves the Puzzle" a 1925 short film by Walt Disney surprisingly was the first animated film to be officially censored in the United States. This video ...

Popular movie trailers from 1925

These some of the most viewed trailers for movies released in 1925:


Notice: Undefined index: adult in /var/www/projects/sites/movt/machine/functions_public/print_rows.php on line 20

Notice: Undefined index: adult in /var/www/projects/sites/movt/machine/functions_public/print_rows.php on line 20

Notice: Undefined index: adult in /var/www/projects/sites/movt/machine/functions_public/print_rows.php on line 20

Notice: Undefined index: adult in /var/www/projects/sites/movt/machine/functions_public/print_rows.php on line 20

Alice Chops the Suey Trailer (1925)

01 January 1925

Alice is kidnapped by Chinese Gangsters and brought to Chinatown. Her cat tries (successfully) to rescue her, but then they're hunted by a bunch of angry Chinese Triad members.

Our Heavenly Bodies Trailer (1925)

14 September 1925

Wunder der Schöpfung is an extraordinary, fascinating Kulturfilm trying to explain the whole human knowledge of the 1920s about the world and the universe.

The Big Parade Trailer (1925)

05 November 1925

The story of an idle rich boy who joins the US Army's Rainbow Division and is sent to France to fight in World War I, becomes friends with two working class men, experiences the horrors of trench warfare, and finds love with a French girl.

The Light of Asia Trailer (1925)

22 October 1925

Living an indolent life in a luxurious palace, Prince Gautama (Rai) is insulated by his family from the harshness of the world outside.

The Primrose Path Trailer (1925)

14 September 1925

Alcoholic playboy Wallace MacDonald (as Bruce Armstrong) would like to sober up and become more responsible, after a drinking accident causes him to cripple little brother Pat Moore (as Jimmy Armstrong).

His People Trailer (1925)

01 November 1925

The two sons of a poor Russian-Jewish pushcart peddler on New York's Lower East Side are causing their father grief.

Cobra Trailer (1925)

02 January 1925

An impoverished Italian nobleman (Rudolph Valentino) takes a job with a New York antique dealer and falls in love with the secretary.

His Birthday Trailer (1925)

18 October 1925

Cartoon drawing of a birthday cake. Live action of cartoonist (Sid Griffiths) sitting down at his drawing board.

The Death Ray Trailer (1925)

09 April 1925

Luch Smerti aka The Death Ray an old soviet sci-fi thriller with communist undertones.

The Merry Widow Trailer (1925)

26 August 1925

Prince Danilo falls in love with dancer Sally O'Hara. His uncle, King Nikita I of Monteblanco forbids the marriage because she is a commoner.

Pretty Ladies Trailer (1925)

05 August 1925

Maggie, a headlining comedienne with the Follies, takes a fall off the stage into the orchestra pit and lands on the drum of musician Al Cassidy.

Variety Trailer (1925)

16 November 1925

The murderer “Boss” Huller – after having spent ten years in prison – breaks his silence to tell the warden his story.

Comments

Have you watched Alice Solves the Puzzle yet? What did you think about it?