Movie Trailers - September 1924

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Popular trailers for movies released in September 1924

Total trailers found: 41

Aelita: Queen of Mars Trailer (1924)

24 September 1924

The movie is set at the beginning of the NEP (New Economic Policy) in December, 1921. A mysterious radio message is beamed around the world, and among the engineers who receive it are Los, the hero, and his colleague Spiridonov.

The Hands of Orlac Trailer (1924)

23 September 1924

A world-famous pianist loses both hands in an accident. When new hands are grafted on, he is horrified to learn they once belonged to a murderer.

Ballet Mécanique Trailer (1924)

24 September 1924

Ballet Mécanique (1923-4) is a Dadaist post-Cubist art film conceived, written, and co-directed by the artist Fernand Léger in collaboration with the filmmaker Dudley Murphy (with cinematographic input from Man Ray).

Lizzies of the Field Trailer (1924)

07 September 1924

There is no love lost between the Red Dog Garage, and the Black Cat Garage, two auto repair shops on opposite sides of the street.

The Fugitive Futurist Trailer (1924)

30 September 1924

A habitual loser at the race-track is approached by a man who claims to be an inventor with a machine that can see into the future; but can it predict the winner of tomorrow's race?

The Luck o' the Foolish Trailer (1924)

13 September 1924

Harry and Marcie are on a train headed for a new job. There's comedy in the berths and during Harry's morning shave, then a thief steals the money Harry needed for his new job, so he has to go back to being a beat cop and Marcie works as a seamstress.

Wine of Youth Trailer (1924)

15 September 1924

Based on a play be Rachel Crothers, WINE OF YOUTH is a solid drama about "the modern young generation" and how they think they know it all.

Mind the Baby Trailer (1924)

09 September 1924

Pal the dog saves a kidnapped baby from raging waterfalls and hungry alligators. (MoMA)

Sittin' Pretty Trailer (1924)

27 September 1924

Charley Chase comedy.

In Hollywood with Potash and Perlmutter Trailer (1924)

28 September 1924

A sequel of sorts, the Jewish ethnic comedy characters of Potash and Perlmutter return from their 1923 debut film, also produced by Goldwyn, but with a different actor for Potash.

Dante's inferno Trailer (1924)

07 September 1924

The tactics of a vicious slumlord and greedy businessman finally drive a distraught man to commit suicide.

Captain Blood Trailer (1924)

21 September 1924

Young Irish physician Peter Blood is exiled as a slave to Barbados, where he and his friend Jeremy are purchased by Colonel Bishop at the behest of his niece Arabella.

Die Andere Trailer (1924)

04 September 1924

The Red Lily Trailer (1924)

08 September 1924

Jean and Marise, two young lovers, are forced from their homes by disapproving parents. To escape the oppression in their homes, the couple flees to Paris.

The Family Secret Trailer (1924)

27 September 1924

The Family Secret is an early film adaptation of a popular 19th century melodrama. The plot concerns the daughter of a wealthy man who has secretly married a man below her station of whom her father violently disapproves.

The Smoking Trails Trailer (1924)

21 September 1924

Mysterious cowboy Bill Patton (as Bob Norton) arrives, "in the land of the West - on the banks of the Rio Grande," at the "Bar-V" ranch.

Three Foolish Weeks Trailer (1924)

13 September 1924

A roguish baron saves a girl from a carriage accident, and brings her to a backwoods Inn during a storm for refuge.

Her Boy Friend Trailer (1924)

27 September 1924

Young and beautiful Iva Method is spying for the police at the Dropem Inn, a sleazy club that the police suspect is a front for a bootlegging operation run by gangster Slim Chance.

Roaring Rails Trailer (1924)

20 September 1924

A railroad engineer adopts a French orphan while he's fighting in the army in World War I, and takes him back to the US when the war ends.

The Diamond Man Trailer (1924)

30 September 1924

Orphan, Audrey Bedford takes the blame for her half- sister's gem theft and later exposes her employer as her crooked husband.

The Alaskan Trailer (1924)

14 September 1924

An Alaskan defies robber barons intent on corrupting the new state.

Barnyard Olympics Trailer (1924)

06 September 1924

Aesop's Fables Studio version of the animal Olympics.

Barbara Frietchie Trailer (1924)

26 September 1924

Two lovers in a small town in Maryland are torn apart by the Civil War--she is loyal to the south while he heads north to join the federal army, determined to protect the Union.

Not For Sale Trailer (1924)

30 September 1924

An Earl's disowned son becomes a chauffeur, loves a landlady, and is jailed for theft.

The Gallery of Monsters Trailer (1924)

23 September 1924

Married carnival performers are subjected to the abuses of their employer in this silent film gem that has not received as much attention as it deserves.

Feet of Clay Trailer (1924)

27 September 1924

Kerry Harlan (La Rocque) is unable to work because he was injured in a battle with a shark, so his youthful wife Amy (Reynolds) becomes a fashion model.

Cheer Up Trailer (1924)

27 September 1924

CHEER UP - starring Cliff Bowes, with Virginia Vance, Eddie Boland, and Frank Alexander. Cliff vies for Virginia's affections with Eddie, but ultimately she chooses Cliff to be her groom.

A Deep Sea Panic Trailer (1924)

28 September 1924

A cruel sea captain shanghais Jimmie to work on his ship, but Jimmie's girlfriend also stows away on board, disguised as a sailor.

A Desperate Adventure Trailer (1924)

25 September 1924

A Desperate Adventure is a 1924 silent film western directed by J. P. McGowan and starring Franklyn Farnum.

The Sun Down Limited Trailer (1924)

20 September 1924

Silent classic 'Our Gang' 2-reel short with music accompaniment. The gang creates their own railroad after being chased from a local railyard, and competes with "Toughie".

Jonah Jones Trailer (1924)

20 September 1924

This two-reel Lloyd Hamilton comedy. Set in the bucolic countryside, the opening sequence introduces Ham and his girlfriend Babe London as "the hired man and his three acres of love.

That's the Spirit Trailer (1924)

01 September 1924

Mr Green tells his wife that spiritualism is the bunk. She offers to run a seance that evening. While she does so, a crooked scientist creeps in to steal a skeleton and a chicken thief does likewise to general confusion in this Universal horror-comedy short.

Who Is the Man? Trailer (1924)

01 September 1924

Daniel Arnault an impecunious sculptor, is in love with the beautiful Genevieve. Spurred on by her mercenary and socially ambitious mother , Genevieve consents to marry Daniel's wealthy brother Albert (Langhorn Burton).

Find Your Man Trailer (1924)

01 September 1924

action melodrama

Ratman Trailer (1924)

14 September 1924

A Clara Bow-type young lovely takes a bath. Then, to her horror, she discovers a raggedy rodent (albeit a weirdly immobile one) on the bathroom floor.

The Man Who Fights Alone Trailer (1924)

15 September 1924

John Marble ( William Farnum ), a construction engineer is stricken by paralysis and begins to envision the growth of love between his wife Marion ( Lois Wilson ) and his best friend, Bob Alten ( Edward Everett Horton ).

The Sins Ye Do Trailer (1924)

30 September 1924

A divorced knight nearly becomes the lover of his married daughter.

Line's Busy Trailer (1924)

11 September 1924

Billy West comedy for Arrow.

Gyakuryû Trailer (1924)

26 September 1924

Nanjo Mikisaburo is a young samurai trying to restore his ruined family to its past glory. Enduring the contempt and disdain of high-ranking samurai, Mikisaburo devotes himself to the way of the warrior, mastering the literary and martial arts.

Outdoor Pajamas Trailer (1924)

13 September 1924

This funny Hal Roach comedy has Jimmy Jump (Charley Chase) waking up late for his wedding so in the mad rush he ends up leaving his house only dressed in his pajamas.

Hello, 'Frisco Trailer (1924)

28 September 1924

A silent short comedy produced in 1924.