Movie Trailers - August 1926

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Popular trailers for movies released in August 1926

Total trailers found: 37


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3 Bad Men Trailer (1926)

28 August 1926

Three outlaws come to the aid of a young girl after her father is killed. A silent film directed by John Ford.

The Scarlet Letter Trailer (1926)

09 August 1926

In Puritan Boston, seamstress Hester Prynne is punished for playing on the Sabbath day; but kindly minister Arthur Dimmesdale takes pity on her.

Crazy like a fox Trailer (1926)

26 August 1926

Two rich capitalists want to marry their children, but they don't like the idea at all. She tries to run away, and meets him at the station.

Don Juan Trailer (1926)

06 August 1926

If there was one thing that Don Juan de Marana learned from his father Don Jose, it was that women gave you three things - life, disillusionment and death.

Senor Daredevil Trailer (1926)

01 August 1926

Don Luis O'Flagherty (Ken Maynard), a daredevil comes to the rescue of his long-lost father, "Tiger" O'Flagherty (George Nichols), the supervisor of a supply-wagon train destined for the miners in Sonora.

Beau Geste Trailer (1926)

24 August 1926

Michael "Beau" Geste leaves England in disgrace and joins the infamous French Foreign Legion. He is reunited with his two brothers in North Africa, where they face greater danger from their own sadistic commander than from the rebellious Arabs.

Fig Leaves Trailer (1926)

22 August 1926

In the modern day (1920s) story, Adam, a plumber, is happily married to Eve, a wardrobe-obsessed housewife, until she accidentally meets a supercilious fashion designer.

Savur-Mogila Trailer (1926)

26 August 1926

At a military demonstration Red Imps: Misha, Duniasha and Tom Jackson bring a captured enemy, dangerous Makhno.

The Show Off Trailer (1926)

16 August 1926

A blowhard who poses as a railroad executive (but is really just a $30-a-week clerk) catches a young bride and then drives her family's finances to the brink of ruin.

Shivering Spooks Trailer (1926)

07 August 1926

The kids are playing baseball when a man dressed in Middle-Eastern clothing comes out and tells them to be quiet.

Christine of the Big Tops Trailer (1926)

20 August 1926

When her circus-performer parents die in an accident, Christine (Pauline Garon) is raised by other circus-performers, including Hagan, a balloon-vender, and Pete Barman as her guardians.

When a Man's a Prince Trailer (1926)

15 August 1926

The plot has Ben Turpin as the prince of a mythical country who is being forced to wed a princess not of his choosing.

Pilar Guerra Trailer (1926)

20 August 1926

A woman abandoned by her lover sells his body to a sculptor, who is the best friend of her lover.

The Fourth Alarm Trailer (1926)

11 August 1926

The rascals once again, now as a plumbers.

Shorn u Shorshore Trailer (1926)

13 August 1926

Two friends, Shor and Shorshor, both idlers and drunkards, have many comical adventures and get into lot of trouble.

The Belle of Broadway Trailer (1926)

14 August 1926

Madame Adele, once a great star of the Paris theatre, has fallen upon hard times. But she allows a young American performer, Marie Duval, to perform as the Madame Adele of old, and both become the darlings of Paris, one again and the other newly-crowned.

Fine Manners Trailer (1926)

29 August 1926

The film depicts what happens when a rich boy accidentally meets a crude girl on New Year's Eve.

What! No Spinach? Trailer (1926)

21 August 1926

Harry Sweet comedy produced by Joe Rock.

Beauty à la Mud Trailer (1926)

28 August 1926

When a bottle of hair tonic renders him bald, Jimmie is mistaken for a famous French beautician and is called upon to demonstrate his skills.

Slick Sleuths Trailer (1926)

01 August 1926

Private eyes Mutt and Jeff are on the trail of the ghostly shape-shifting criminal, the Phantom.

Ups and Downs Trailer (1926)

14 August 1926

Director Charley Bowers has the unlikely pair of Mutt and Jeff go mountain climbing, dealing with the cartoon laws of physics and various wild animals, including a mountain goat with more personality than their exhibit in their movies.

Two-Lip Time Trailer (1926)

21 August 1926

Felix chases a mouse onto a ship, gets seasick, and eventually finds himself in Holland. He flirts with a local Dutch girl and angers a local man who hits him in the head with a wooden shoe.

Fangs of Vengeance Trailer (1926)

31 August 1926

A short film starring "Fearless" the dog and directed by William Bertram.

Overture: Tannhäuser Trailer (1926)

27 August 1926

Henry Hadley (1871-1937) conducts the New York Philharmonic Orchestra in the overture to Wagner's "Tannhäuser.

The Lone Wolf Returns Trailer (1926)

15 August 1926

The Lone Wolf Returns

Working Winnie Trailer (1926)

31 August 1926

Heaven help the woiking goil, a funny comedy of true love!

Her Man o' War Trailer (1926)

25 August 1926

During World War I, an American soldier is captured and taken prisoner by the Germans. However, instead of being placed in a prisoner-of-war camp, he is assigned to the small farm of a young woman and her son to help raise crops to help feed the German army and people.

Efrem Zimbalist & Harold Bauer Playing Theme and Variations from 'The Kreutzer Sonata' by Beethoven Trailer (1926)

05 August 1926

Eminent musicians Efrem Zimbalist Sr. (violin) and Harold Bauer (piano) perform the title work.

His Pastimes Trailer (1926)

06 August 1926

Roy Smeck (1900-1994) sits on a bench in a garden. He's wearing a bow tie, a white on white shirt, and a sweater.

Westward Whoa Trailer (1926)

01 August 1926

Cowboys Mutt and Jeff tangle with a bull on the ranch where they work.

Mischa Elman Trailer (1926)

06 August 1926

Violinist Mischa Elman performs a set of two of the most recognizable popular classic violin pieces: "Humoresque" composed by Antonín Dvorák, and "Gavotte" by François-Joseph Gossec.

La Fiesta Trailer (1926)

05 August 1926

Anna Case sings a song while the Cansino family dances in the background.

Vesti la giubba Trailer (1926)

05 August 1926

Metropolitan Opera star Giovanni Martinelli sings the aria "Vesti la giubba" from the opera "I Pagliacci".

Introductory Speech by Will H. Hays Trailer (1926)

06 August 1926

The Honorable Will H. Hays, President of the Motion Picture Producers & Distributors of America, speaks directly into the camera about the important new technology to enhance the motion picture going experience, namely Vitaphone which allows the synchronization of the picture on screen with sound.

Caro Nome Trailer (1926)

06 August 1926

Metropolitan Opera star Marion Talley sings "Caro Nome" from Verdi's opera Rigoletto in a short film made in the Vitaphone process and shown before the feature Don Juan on 6 August 1926 at Warner's Theater in New York City.

Back Fire Trailer (1926)

07 August 1926

Fat, Fatty and Fatter are seen rescuing their old Ford from the scrap wagon that is hauling it away. And then report to work, where they have a dyspeptic boss.

The Last Ha Ha Trailer (1926)

15 August 1926

Farmer Alfalfa brings a watch-dog home to guard Thomas Cat and Milton Mouse. The animals indulge in a little scrap and get the upper hand on Al, the dog and a passing tourist.