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1925 In Film

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1925 In Film

List of years in film (table)
In television
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928

This is a list focusing on motion pictures that were released in the year 1925.

Contents

  • Events 1
  • Top grossing films (U.S.) 2
  • Notable films released in 1925 3
  • Comedy film series 4
  • Animated short film series 5
  • Births 6
  • Deaths 7
  • Film debuts 8
  • References 9

Events

  • November 5: The Big Parade holds its Grand Premiere
  • December 30: premiere of Ben-Hur the most expensive silent film ever made costing $4–6 million dollars (around $50-80 million when adjusted for inflation)
  • Hong Shen publishes the film script Mrs. Shentu in the Shanghai magazine Eastern Miscellany. It is never filmed, but is considered a milestone in film history for being the first published film script in China.[1] Hong also directs his first film, Young Master Feng, at Mingxing (Star) Film Company in this year.

Top grossing films (U.S.)

Rank Title Actors
1. The Big Parade John Gilbert
2. Ben-Hur Ramón Novarro
3. The Plastic Age Clara Bow
4. The Freshman Harold Lloyd
5. His People
6. The Gold Rush Charlie Chaplin
7. The Merry Widow Mae Murray
8. Stella Dallas Belle Bennett and Ronald Colman
9. The Lost World Bessie Love and Wallace Beery
10. East Lynne Alma Rubens and Edmund Lowe
11. Little Annie Rooney Mary Pickford and William Haines
12. The Lucky Devil Richard Dix
13. The Unholy Three Lon Chaney and Victor McLaglen
14. The Everlasting Whisper Tom Mix

Notable films released in 1925

U.S.A. unless stated

Comedy film series

Animated short film series

Births

Deaths

Film debuts

References

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