Gold Rush (1925)

Charlie Chaplin's famous "tramp" travels north, to the Yukon Klondike region of Canada, to try his hand at prospecting gold. As you would expect, his luck is not with him and he instead finds loneliness, unrequited love, and cooked boot as his only food source. Charlie Chaplin's "tramp" captured the audience of the time and

Battleship Potemkin (Бронено́сец Потёмкин) (1925)

Eisenstein's 1925 communist propaganda film tells the story of a mutiny on the Battleship Potemkin in 1905. The mutiny aboard the Potemkin was part of the Bolshevik Revolution of 1905 and set the stage for the revolution that came in 1917. Eisenstein's film highlights the inequity between the working class sailors and the elite officers

Phantom of the Opera (1925)

"I am human like other men ~ ~ I will not be cheated of my happiness! A lonely phantom, Chaney, haunts a French opera house and takes an interest to a new singer, Christine (Philbin), in the Faust cast. He mentors her from the shadows and plots to separate her from her lover Raoul (Kerry).

Seven Chances (1925)

Jimmy Shannon (Keaton) discovers that if he can get married by 7pm, then he will inherit 7 million dollars. All hope is lost when he botches the proposal to his girlfriend. The Keaton style antics take over as he proposes to just about all the women he comes across. Seven Chances brings the model for