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Mae MurrayThe Girl with the Bee-Stung Lips$

Michael G. Ankerich

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780813136905

Published to Kentucky Scholarship Online: May 2013

DOI: 10.5810/kentucky/9780813136905.001.0001

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(p.323) Filmography

(p.323) Filmography

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Feature Films

To Have and to Hold

Produced by: Famous Players–Lasky (Paramount), 8 reels, released March 2, 1916. Director: George Melford. Writer: Margaret Turnbull. Adapted from the novel To Have and to Hold by Mary Johnston.

Cast: Mae Murray (Lady Jocelyn Leigh), Wallace Reid (Captain Ralph Percy), Tom Forman (Lord Carnal), Raymond Hatton (Nicolo), Ronald Bradbury (Jeremy Sparrow), James Neill (George Yeardley), Lucien Littlefield (King James I), Camille Astor (Patience Worth), Robert Fleming (Red Gill).

Sweet Kitty Bellairs

Produced by: Famous Players–Lasky (Paramount), 5 reels, released May 22, 1916. Director: James Young. Assistant Director: Edwin L. Hollywood. Writer: James Young. Adapted from the play Sweet Kitty Bellairs by David Belasco.

Cast: Mae Murray (Kitty Bellairs), Tom Forman (Lord Verney), Joseph King (Sir Jasper), James Neill (Col. Villers), Belle Bennett (Lady Julia), Lucille Lavarney (Lady Maria), Horace B. Carpenter (Captain Spicer), Robert Gray (Captain O'Hara).

The Dream Girl

Produced by: Famous Players–Lasky (Paramount), 5 reels, released July 17, 1916. Director: Cecil B. DeMille. Writer: Jeanie Macpherson. Art Director: Wilfred Buckland.

Cast: Mae Murray (Meg Dugan), Earle Foxe (Tom Merton), Theodore Roberts (p.324) (Jim Dugan), James Neill (Benjamin Merton), Charles West (“English” Hal), Mary Mersch (Alice Merton).

The Big Sister

Produced by: Famous Players–Lasky (Paramount), 5 reels, released September 7, 1916. Director: John B. O'Brien. Writer: Harvey F. Thew. Based on a story (Miss Mulqueen) by William Hurlbut.

Cast: Mae Murray (Betty Norton), Matty Roubert (Jimmy Norton), Harry C. Browne (Rodney Channing), Ida Darling (Mrs. Spaulding), Armand Cortes (Nifty Mendez), Tammany Young (Joe Kelly), Florence Flinn (Edith), Joe Gleason (Robert Colton), J. Albert Hall (Norton).

The Plow Girl

Produced by: Famous Players–Lasky (Paramount), 5 reels, released November 13, 1916. Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Assistant Director: Roy Marshall. Writers: Charles Sarver and Harvey Thew. Based on a story by Edward Morris. Photography: Charles Rosher.

Cast: Mae Murray (Margot), Elliott Dexter (John Stoddard), Theodore Roberts (James Varley), Edythe Chapman (Lady Brentwood), Charles Gerard (Lord Percy), Horace B. Carpenter (Monsieur Pantani), William Elmer (Kregler), Lillian Leighton (Stoddard's mother).

A Mormon Maid

Produced by: Famous Players–Lasky (Friedman Enterprises), 5 reels, released February 1917. Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Assistant Director: Roy Marshall. Writer: Charles Sarver. Based on a story by Paul West. Photography: Charles Rosher.

Cast: Mae Murray (Dora Hogue), Edythe Chapman (Nancy Hogue), Hobart Bosworth (John Hogue), Frank Borzage (Tom Rigdon), Noah Beery (Darius Burr), Richard Cummings (Lion of the Lord).

On Record

Produced by: Famous Players–Lasky (Paramount), 5 reels, released February 22, 1917. Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Writer: George D. Proctor. Based on a story by Paul West and John B. Clymer. Photography: Charles Rosher. Art Director: Wilfred Buckland.

Cast: Mae Murray (Helen Wayne), Tom Forman (Rand Calder), Henry A. Barrows (Martin Ingleton), Charles Ogle (Frederick Manson), Louis Morrison (p.325) (Detective Dunn), Bliss Chevalier (Mrs. Calder), Gertrude Maitland (Mary Ingleton).

The Primrose Ring

Produced by: Famous Players–Lasky (Paramount), 5 reels, released May 7, 1917. Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Assistant Director: Ernest Traxler. Writers: Marion Fairfax and Catharine Carr. Based on the 1915 novel The Primrose Ring by Ruth Sawyer. Photography: Charles Rosher.

Cast: Mae Murray (Margaret MacLean), Tom Moore (Bob MacLean), Winter Hall (Dr. Ralph MacLean), Little Billy Jacobs (Sandy), Mayme Kelso (Miss Foote).

At First Sight

Produced by: Famous Players–Lasky (Paramount), 5 reels, released July 2, 1917. Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Writer: George Middleton. Photography: Charles Rosher.

Cast: Mae Murray (Justina Gibbs), Sam T. Hardy (Hartly Poole), Jules Rancourt (Paul), Julia Bruns (Nell), William T. Carlton (Mr. Chaffin), Edward Sturgis (deputy), Nellie Lindreth (Mrs. Chaffin), William Butler (sheriff), Estar Banks.

Princess Virtue

Produced by: Bluebird Photoplays, 5 reels, released November 12, 1917. Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Writer: Fred Myton. Based on the novel Princess Virtue by Louise Winter. Photography: Alfred G. Gosden.

Cast: Mae Murray (Liane Demarest), Lule Warrenton (Clare Demarest), Wheeler Oakman (Basil Demarest), Clarissa Selwynne (Countess Oudoff), Gretchen Lederer (Mlle. Sari), Harry Von Meter (Count Oudoff), Paul Nicholson (Baron Strensky), Jean Hersholt (Emile Carre), Jack Vosburgh.

Face Value

Produced by: Bluebird Photoplays, 5 reels, released January 14, 1918. Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Writer: Fred Myton. Based on a story by Robert Z. Leonard and Mae Murray. Photography: Alfred G. Gosden.

Cast: Mae Murray (Joan Darby), Clarissa Selwynne (Mrs. Van Twiller), Florence Carpenter (Margaret Van Twiller), Wheeler Oakman (Bertram Van Twiller), Casson Ferguson (Louis Maguire), Mrs. Griffith (Mrs. Kelly).

(p.326) The Bride's Awakening

Produced by: Bluebird Photoplays (Universal), 5–7 reels, released May 25, 1918. Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Writer: F. McGrew Willis. Photography: Fred Leroy Granville.

Cast: Mae Murray (Elaine Bronson), Lew Cody (Richard Earle), Ashton Dearholt (Jimmy Newton), Clarissa Selwynne (Lucille Bennett), Harry Carter (George Bennett), Joe Girard (Frederick Bronson).

Her Body in Bond

Produced by: Bluebird Photoplays (Universal), 5 reels, released July 20, 1918. Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Photography: Fred L. Granville. Writer: H. Sheridan Bickers.

Cast: Mae Murray (Peggy Blondin), Kenneth Harlan (Joe Blondin), Albert Roscoe (Harlan Quinn), Paul Weigel (Emmett Gibson), Mabelle Harvey (Betty Coates), Joseph Girard (Benjamin Sleeth).

Modern Love

Produced by: Bluebird Photoplays (Universal), 6 reels, released September 14, 1918. Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Writer: F. McGrew Willis. Based on a story by Mae Murray and Robert Z. Leonard. Photography: Allan Siegler.

Cast: Mae Murray (Della Arnold), Arthur Shirley (George Addison), Philo Mc-Cullough (Julian Lawrence), George Chesebro (Wilbur Henderson), Claire Du Brey (Myrtle Harris), Mrs. A. E. Wright (Mrs. Hall).

Danger—Go Slow

Produced by: Bluebird Photoplays (Universal), 6 reels, released December 16, 1918. Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Writers: Mae Murray and Robert Z. Leonard. Photography: Allan Siegler.

Cast: Mae Murray (Muggsy Mulane), Jack Mulhall (Jimmy, the Eel), Lon Chaney (Bud), Joseph Girard (Judge Cotton), Lydia Knott (Aunt Sarah).

The Scarlet Shadow

Produced by: Bluebird Photoplays (Universal), 6 reels, released March 10, 1919. Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Writer: Harvey F. Thew. Based on the novelette The Scarlet Strain by Lorne H. Fontaine and Katherine Leiser Robbins. Photography: Allen Siegler.

(p.327) Cast: Mae Murray (Elena Evans), Ralph Graves (Van Presby), Clarissa Selwynne (Edith Presby), Frank Elliott (Harvey Presby), Martha Mattox (Aunt Alvira Evans), Willard Louis (Joseph Fleming), J. Edwin Brown (gardener).

What Am I Bid?

Produced by: Universal, 6 reels, released April 14, 1919. Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Writer: Harvey F. Thew. Based on a story by Harvey F. Thew and John B. Clymer. Photography: Allen Siegler.

Cast: Mae Murray (Betty Yarnell), Ralph Graves (Ralph McGibbon), Willard Louis (Abner Grimp), Chief Dark Cloud (Dark Cloud), John Cook (John Yarnell), Gertrude Astor (Diana Newlands), Joseph W. Girard (John Mc-Gibbon).

The Delicious Little Devil

Produced by: Universal, 6 reels, released May 1919. Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Writer: Harvey F. Thew. Based on the short story Kitty, Mind Your Feet by Harvey F. Thew and John B. Clymer. Photography: Allen Siegler.

Cast: Mae Murray (Mary McGuire), Harry Rattenbury (Patrick McGuire), Richard Cummings (Uncle Barnley), Rudolpho De Valintine [Rodolph Valentino] (Jimmie Calhoun), Ivor McFadden (Percy), Bertram Grasby (Duke de Sauterne), Edward Jobson (Michael Calhoun), William Mong (Larry).

The Big Little Person

Produced by: Universal, 6 reels, released May 1919. Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Writer: Bess Meredyth. Based on the novel The Big Little Person by Rebecca Lane Hooper Eastman.

Cast: Mae Murray (Arathea Manning), Clarissa Selwynne (Mrs. Manning), M. Rodolpho De Valentina (Arthur Endicott), Allan Sears (Gerald Staples), Mrs. Bertram Grassby (Marion Beemis).

The Twin Pawns

Produced by: Pathé, Léonce Perret Productions, and Acme Pictures Corp., 5 reels, September 28, 1919. Director: Léonce Perret. Writer: Léonce Perret. Based on the novel The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins. Photography: Alfred Ortlieb and Harry D. Harde.

Cast: Mae Murray (Daisy White/Violet White), Warner Oland (John Bent), J. W. Johnston (Harry White), Henry G. Sell (Bob Anderson).

(p.328) The A.B.C. of Love

Produced by: Pathé, Léonce Perret Productions, and Acme Pictures Corp., 6 reels, December 14, 1919. Director: Léonce Perret. Writer: Léonce Perret. Photography: Alfred Ortlieb and Harry D. Harde.

Cast: Mae Murray (Kate), Holmes E. Herbert (Harry Bryant), Dorothy Green (Diana Nelson), Arthur Donaldson (Professor George Collins).

On with the Dance

Produced by: Famous Players–Lasky (Paramount), 7 reels, February 15, 1920. Director: George Fitzmaurice. Writer: Ouida Bergère. Based on the play On with the Dance by Michael Morton. Photography: Arthur Miller and Georges Benoit.

Cast: Mae Murray (Sonia Varinoff), David Powell (Peter Derwynt), Robert Schable (Jimmie Sutherland), Alma Tell (Lady Jeane Tremelyn), John Miltern (Schuyler Van Vechtan), Zola Talma (Fay Desmond), Ida Waterman (Countess of Raystone), James A. Furey.

The Right to Love

Produced by: Famous Players–Lasky (Paramount), 7 reels, September 5, 1920. Director: George Fitzmaurice. Writer: Ouida Bergère. Based on the play L'Homme qui assissina by Pierre Frondaie and the novel of the same name by Claude Farrere. Photography: Arthur Miller.

Cast: Mae Murray (Lady Falkland), David Powell (Colonel Richard Loring), Alma Tell (Lady Edith), Holmes E. Herbert (Lord Falkland), Macey Harlam (Prince Stanislaus), Frank Losee (Marshal to the sultan), Marcia Harris (Governess), Lawrence Johnson (Little Archibald).

Idols of Clay

Produced by: Famous Players–Lasky (Paramount), 7 reels, November 28, 1920. Director: George Fitzmaurice. Writer: Ouida Bergère. Photography: Arthur Miller.

Cast: Mae Murray (Faith Merrill), David Powell (Dion Holme), Dorothy Cummings (Lady Cray), George Fawcett (Jim Merrill), Leslie King (Blinky), Richard Wangermann (Old master), Claude King (Doctor Herbert).

The Gilded Lily

Produced by: Famous Players–Lasky (Paramount), 7 reels, March 27, 1921. (p.329) Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Writer: Clara Beranger. Photography: Ernest Haller. Art Director: Robert M. Haas.

Cast: Mae Murray (Lillian Drake), Lowell Sherman (Creighton Howard), Jason Robards (Frank Thompson), Charles Gerard (John Stewart), Leonora Ottinger (Mrs. Thompson).

Peacock Alley

Produced by: Tiffany Productions (Metro), 8 reels, January 23, 1922. Producer/ Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Photography: Oliver T. Marsh. Writer: Edmund Goulding, based on a story by Ouida Bergère.

Cast: Mae Murray (Cleo of Paris), Monte Blue (Elmer Harmon), Edmund Lowe (Phil Garrison), W. J. Ferguson (Alex Smith), Anders Randolph (Hugo Fenton), William Tooker (Joseph Carleton), Howard Lang (Abner Harmon), William Frederic (Mayor of Harmontown), M. Durant (Monsieur Dubois), Jeffrys Lewis (Toto).

Fascination

Produced by: Tiffany Productions (Metro), 8 reels, April 10, 1922. Producer/Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Writer: Edmund Goulding. Photography: Oliver T. Marsh.

Cast: Mae Murray (Dolores de Lisa), Robert Frazer (Carrita), Creighton Hale (Carlos de Lisa), Charles Lane (Eduardo de Lisa), Vincent Coleman (Ralph Kellogg), Emily Fitzroy (Marquesa de Lisa), Courtenay Foote (Count de Morera), Helen Ware (Parola), Frank Puglia (Nema).

Broadway Rose

Produced by: Tiffany Productions (Metro), 6 reels, September 25, 1922. Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Writer: Edmund Goulding. Photography: Oliver T. Marsh.

Cast: Mae Murray (Rosalie Lawrence), Monte Blue (Tom Darcy), Raymond Bloomer (Hugh Thompson), Ward Crane (Reggie Whitley), Alma Tell (Barbara Royce), Charles Lane (Peter Thompson), Mary Turner Gordon (Mrs. Peter Thompson), Jane Jennings (Mrs. Lawrence), Pauline Dempsey (maid).

Jazzmania

Produced by: Tiffany Productions (Metro), 8 reels, February 12, 1923. Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Writer: Edmund Goulding. Photography: Oliver T. Marsh. Set Design: Cedric Gibbons.

(p.330) Cast: Mae Murray (Queen Ninon), Rod La Rocque (Jerry Langdon), Robert Frazer (Captain Valmar), Edward Burns (Sonny Daimler), Jean Hersholt (Prince Otto of Como), Lionel Belmore (Baron Bolo), Herbert Standing (Josephus Ranson), Mrs. J. Farrell MacDonald (Marline), Wilfred Lucas (Julius Furman), J. Herbert Frank (Colonel Kerr), Carl Harbaugh (Gavona), Harry Northrup (American capitalist), Thomas Guise (General Muroff), Henry Barrows (August Daimler).

The French Doll

Produced by: Tiffany Productions (Metro), 7 reels, September 3, 1923. Supervisor/Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Writer: Frances Marion. Based on an A. E. Thomas play and the novel The French Doll by Paul Armont and Marcel Gerbidou. Photography: Oliver T. Marsh.

Cast: Mae Murray (Georgine Mazulier), Rod La Rocque (Pedro Carrova), Orville Caldwell (Wellington Wick), Rose Dione (Madame Mazulier), Paul Cazeneuve (Monsieur Mazulier), Willard Louis (Joseph Dumas), Bernard Randall (Snyder), Lucien Littlefield (Dobbs).

Fashion Row

Produced by: Tiffany Productions (Metro), 7 reels, December 3, 1923. Producer: Mae [Murray] Leonard. Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Writers: Sada Cowan and Howard Higgin. Photography: Oliver T. Marsh. Art Director: Horace Jackson.

Cast: Mae Murray (Olga Farinova/Zita), Earle Foxe (James Morton), Freeman Wood (Eric Van Corland), Mathilde Brundage (Mrs. Van Corland), Elmo Lincoln (Kaminoff), Sidney Franklin (Papa Levitzky), Rosa Rosanova (Mama Levitzky), Craig Biddle Jr. (press agent).

Mademoiselle Midnight

Produced by: Tiffany Productions (Metro-Goldwyn), 7 reels, April 14, 1924. Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Writer: John Russell and Carl Harbaugh. Photography: Oliver T. Marsh.

Cast (The Prologue): Mae Murray (Renée de Gontran), John Sainpolis (Colonel de Gontran), Paul Weigel (Napoleon III), Clarissa Selwynne (Eugenie), Earl Schenck (Maximilian), J. Farrell MacDonald (Duc de Moing).

Cast (The Story): Mae Murray (Renée de Quiros), Monte Blue (Owen Burke), Robert McKim (Joao), Robert Edeson (Don Pedro de Quiros), Nick De Ruiz (Don José de Quiros), Nigel De Brulier (Dr. Sanchez), Johnny Arthur (p.331) (Carlos de Quiros), Otis Harlan (Padre Francisco), Evelyn Selbie (Chiquita), Mathilde Comont (Duenna).

Circe the Enchantress

Produced by: Tiffany Productions (Metro-Goldwyn), 7 reels, October 6, 1924. Director: Robert Z. Leonard. Writer (original story for Mae Murray): Vicente Blasco Ibáñez. Writer (adaptation): Douglas Doty. Photography: Oliver T. Marsh. Art Director: Cedric Gibbons.

Cast: Mae Murray (Circe/Cecilie Brunne), James Kirkwood (Dr. Wesley Van Martyn), Thomas Ricketts (Archibald Crumm), Charles Gerard (Ballard “Bal” Barrett), William Haines (William Craig), Lillian Langdon (Sister Agatha), Gene Cameron (Madame Ducelle).

Married Flirts

Produced by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, 7 reels, October 27, 1924. Director: Robert G. Vignola. Writer: Julia Crawford Ivers. Photographer: Oliver T. Marsh.

Cast: Pauline Frederick (Nellie Wayne), Conrad Nagel (Perley Rex), Mae Busch (Jill Wetherell), Huntley Gordon (Pendleton Wayne), Paul Nicholson (Peter Granville), Patterson Dial (Evelyn Draycup), Alice Hollister (Mrs. Callender), John Gilbert, Hobart Henley, Robert Z. Leonard, May McAvoy, Mae Murray, Aileen Pringle, Norma Shearer (themselves).

The Merry Widow

Produced by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, 10 reels, August 26, 1925. Director: Erich von Stroheim. Assistant Directors: Eddy Sowders and Louis Germonprez. Writers: Erich von Stroheim and Benjamin Glazer. Based on the operetta Die Lustige Witwe (libretto by Leo Stein and Victor Léon). Photography: Oliver T. Marsh. Set Design: Cedric Gibbons and Richard Day. Musical Score: William Axt and David Mendoza. Choreographer: Ernest Belcher (uncredited).

Cast: Mae Murray (Sally O'Hara), John Gilbert (Prince Danilo), Roy D'Arcy (Crown Prince Mirko), Josephine Crowell (Queen Milena), George Fawcett (King Nikita), Tully Marshall (Baron Sadoja), Albert Conti (Danilo's adjutant), Sidney Bracy (Danilo's footman), Don Ryan (Mirko's adjutant), Hughie Mack (innkeeper), Ida Moore (innkeeper's wife), Lucille von Lent (innkeeper's daughter), Dale Fuller (Sadoja's chambermaid), Charles Magelis (Flo Epstein), Harvey Karels (Jimmy Watson), Edna Tichenor (Dopey Marie), (p.332) Gertrude Bennett (hard-boiled Virginia), Zala Zorana (Frenchie Christine), Jacquelin Gadsdon (Madonna), Estelle Clark (French barber), D'Arcy Corrigan (Horatio), Clara Wallacks, Frances Primm (Hansen sisters), Zack Williams (George Washington White), Edward Connelly (Ambassador), Merewyn Thayer (Ambassador's wife), Lon Poff (Sadoga's lackey), Anielka Elter (blindfolded musician), Carolynne Snowden (Black dancer), Louise Hughes, Anna Maynard, Helen Howard Beaumont, and Beatrice O'Brien (chorus girls), Joan Crawford and Clark Gable (ballroom extras).

The Masked Bride

Produced by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, 6 reels, December 13, 1925. Director: Christy Cabanne [Josef von Sternberg began the picture but was replaced by Cabanne]. Assistant Director: Robert Florey. Writer: Carey Wilson. Based on a story by Leon Abrams. Photography: Oliver T. Marsh. Art Directors: Cedric Gibbons and Ben Carré.

Cast: Mae Murray (Gaby), Francis X. Bushman (Grover), Roy D'Arcy (Prefect of police), Basil Rathbone (Antoine), Pauline Neff (Grover's sister), Chester Conklin (wine waiter), Fred Warren (Vibout), Leo White (floor manager).

Valencia

Produced by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, 6 reels, December 18, 1926. Director: Dimitri Buchowetzki. Writer: Alice D. G. Miller. Based on a story by Dimitri Buchowetzki and Alice D. G. Miller. Photography: Percy Hilburn. Set Design: Cedric Gibbons and Arnold Gillespie.

Cast: Mae Murray (Valencia), Lloyd Hughes (Felipe), Roy D'Arcy (Don Fernando), Max Barwyn (Don Alvarado), Michael Vavitch (Captain), Michael Visaroff (café owner).

Altars of Desire

Produced by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, 7 reels, February 5, 1927. Director: W. Christy Cabanne. Writers: Alice D. G. Miller and Agnes Christine Johnston. Based on a story by Maria Thompson Daviess. Photography: William Daniels. Set Design: Cedric Gibbons and Arnold Gillespie.

Cast: Mae Murray (Claire Sutherland), Conway Tearle (David Elrod), Robert Edeson (John Sutherland), Maude George (Kitty Pryor), André Beranger (Count André D'Orville).

(p.333) Show People

Produced by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, 9 reels, October 20, 1928. Director: King Vidor. Photography: John Arnold. Set Design: Cedric Gibbons.

Cast: Marion Davies (Peggy Pepper), William Haines (Billy Boone), Dell Henderson (Colonel Pepper), Paul Ralli (André), Tenen Holtz (casting director), Harry Gribbon (comedy director), Sidney Bracy (dramatic director), Polly Moran (maid), Albert Conti (producer), Rolfe Sedan (photographer), Kalla Pasha (actor), John Gilbert, Mae Murray, Charles Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks, Elinor Glyn, Norma Talmadge, Polly Moran, Dorothy Sebastian, Estelle Taylor, Claire Windsor, Aileen Pringle, Karl Dane, George K. Arthur, Leatrice Joy, Renée Adorée, Rod La Rocque (themselves).

Peacock Alley

Produced by: Tiffany Productions, 7 reels, January 10, 1930. Director: Marcel De Sano. Writer: Frances Hyland, based on a story by Carey Wilson. Editor: Clarence Kolster. Photography: Benjamin Kline and Harry Zech. Art Director: Hervey Libbert.

Cast: Mae Murray (Claire Tree), George Barraud (Stoddard Clayton), Jason Robards (Jim Bradbury), Richard Tucker (Martin Saunders), W. L. Thorne (Dugan), Phillips Smalley (Bonner), E. H. Calvert (Paul), Arthur Hoyt (Crosby), Billy Bevan (Walter), William Benge (Saunders's butler).

Bachelor Apartment

Produced by: RKO Radio Pictures, 8 reels, April 15, 1931. Director: Lowell Sherman. Writer: John Howard Lawson. Writer (adaptation and dialogue): J. Walter Ruben. Editor: Marie Halvey. Photography: Leo Tover.

Cast: Lowell Sherman (Wayne Carter), Irene Dunne (Helene Andrews), Mae Murray (Agatha Carraway), Ivan Lebedeff (Henri De Maneau), Norman Kerry (Lee Graham), Claudia Dell (Lita Andrews), Noel Francis (Janet), Purnell Pratt (Henry Carraway), Kitty Kelly (Miss Clark), Charles Coleman (Rollins), Roberta Gale and Arline Judge (Whoopee Girls), Bess Flowers (Charlotte), Arthur Housman, Florence Roberts (Mrs. Holloran), Boston Winston (Brown).

High Stakes

Produced by: RKO Radio Pictures, 8 reels, August 18, 1931. Director: Lowell Sherman. Assistant Director: Harmon Waite. Writer: Willard Mack. Writer: (p.334) (adaptation and dialogue): J. Walter Ruben. Photography: J. Roy Hunt. Costume Designer: Max Rie. Music: Max Steiner. Sound: George D. Ellis.

Cast: Lowell Sherman (Joe Lennon), Mae Murray (Dolly Jordan Lennon), Karen Morley (Anne Cornwall), Edward Martindel (Richard “Dick” Lennon), Leyland Hodgson (Louis Winkler, also known as Louis DeSalta), Ethel Levey (Mrs. Leonore Gregory), Alan Roscoe (Judge Hennessey), Maude Turner Gordon (Mrs. Hennessey), Charles Coleman (Murray), Phillips Smalley (Mr. Gregory), Frank Mills (barfly), Alexander Pollard (servant).

Shorts

The Taming of Kaiser, Universal Liberty Loan Special, January 5, 1918

United States Fourth Liberty Loan Drive, Released November 1, 1918.

Director: Frank Lloyd.

Cast: Mae Murray, Dorothy Dalton, Wallace Reid, Mary Pickford, Mabel Normand, Mae Marsh, Harold Lockwood, Sessue Hayakawa, William S. Hart, Dorothy Gish, Madge Kennedy, Tom Moore, Pauline Frederick (themselves).

Screen Snapshots No. 9

Produced by: Federated, 1 reel, 1921.

Cast: Norma Talmadge, Constance Talmadge, Mae Murray, Eugene O'Brien, Raymond Hitchcock, Winifred Westover, Jack Dempsey, Marcus Lowe, Irene Castle, Monte Blue, Richard Barthelmess, Mary Hay, Conway Tearle, Jim Corrigan, David Warfield, Marion Davies, Johnny Hines (themselves).

Screen Snapshots No. 12

Produced by: Federated, 1 reel, 1921.

Cast: Vivian Martin, Mae Murray, Harrison Ford, Norma Talmadge, Constance Binney, Wallace Reid, Charles Murray, Wesley Barry, Babe Ruth (themselves).

Screen Snapshots No. 6

Produced by: Pathé Exchange, 1 reel, 1922. Director: Jack While.

(p.335) Cast: Herbert Rawlinson, Charles Ray, Frank Keenan, H. B. Warner, Sessue Hayakawa, Bryant Washburn, Wallace Reid, Agnes Ayres, Douglas Mac-Lean, Lloyd Ingraham, Tom Mix, Earle Williams, Charles Chaplin, Mae Murray, Will Rogers, Betty Compson (themselves).

Screen Snapshots No. 11

Produced by: Pathé Exchange, 1 reel, 1922.

Cast: Florence Vidor, King Vidor, Douglas MacLean, Babe Ruth, Eva Novak, Ben Turpin, Hope Hampton, Anita Stewart, Richard Barthelmess, Edward Earle, Mary Carr, George Walsh, Grace Darmond, Zene Keefe, Mae Murray, May Allison, Billie Dove (themselves).

Screen Snapshots No. 14

Produced by: Pathé Exchange, 1 reel, 1922.

Cast: Carter De Haven, Charles Ray, Pola Negri, Erich von Stroheim, Glenn Hunter, Mae Murray, Anita Stewart (themselves).

1925 Studio Tour

Produced by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictu res, 1925. Photography: William Daniels.

Cast: Carey Wilson, Howard Hawks, Agnes Christine Johnston, Victor Sjöström, Dimitri Buchowetzki, Monta Bell, Rupert Hughes, Josef von Sternberg, Erich von Stroheim, Hobart Henley, King Vidor, Fred Niblo, Reginald Barker, Alfred Raboch, Christy Cabanne, Tod Browning, Marcel De Sano, William A. Wellman, Ramon Novarro, Mae Murray, Claire Windsor, Conrad Nagel, John Gilbert, Eleanor Boardman, Mae Busch, Lon Chaney, Lew Cody, Aileen Pringle, Norma Shearer, Carmel Myers, Gertrude Olmstead, ZaSu Pitts, Edward Connelly, Renée Adorée, Pauline Starke, Bert Roach, Frank Currier, Estelle Clark, Paulette Duval, Helena D'Algy, Joan Crawford, Sally O'Neil, George K. Arthur, Matthew Betz, Roy D'Arcy, Kathleen Key, Robert McIntyre, Erté, J. J. Cohn, Cedric Gibbons, C. F. Wilhelm, Carl Bolzic, E. H. Tate, Ferdinand P. Earle, Louis Kolb, Edmund Goulding, Lucille La Verne, Fanchon, John M. Nickolaus, Elinor Glyn, Jack Conway, Louis B. Mayer, Irving Thalberg, Harry Rapf, William Haines, Ford Sterling, Sôjin (themselves).

Screen Snapshots Series 9, No. 24

Produced by: Columbia, 1 reel, 1930. Director: Ralph Staub.

(p.336) Cast: Mickey McGuire [Mickey Rooney] (host), Mary Pickford, Robert Armstrong, Jean Arthur, June Collyer, Mae Murray, Douglas Fairbanks, Dolores Del Rio, Marie Prevost, Ruth Roland (themselves).

Archival Footage

March of the Movies, 1933 (film clip).

Heartthrobs of Yesteryear, 1950 (Columbia short).

The Legend of Rudolph Valentino, 1961 (video documentary).

The Love Goddesses, 1965 (documentary).

The Age of Ballyhoo, 1973 (video documentary).

Hooray for Hollywood, 1975 (documentary).

Hollywood, 1980 (documentary).

American Masters: Vaudeville, 1997 (TV documentary episode).

Note: “Mae Murray” is sometimes listed as associate producer for three British films: Shadow of the Past (1950), Come Dance with Me (1949), and Dick Barton Strikes Back (1949). The Mae Murray who worked on those films, however, was a reporter for Daily Express and publicist for the Gaumont-British Picture Corporation, not the Mae Murray of the silent screen.