Joan Crawford and Lon Chaney; directed by Tod Browning; MGM; silent melodrama, weird story; scenes filmed in Pebble Beach.
Jean Hersholt and Enid Bennett; directed by Carter deHaven; scenes filmed in Carmel.
Miss Purviance was Chaplin's girlfriend; the film was privately exhibited and may have only been shown once; it was never put into general release; scenes filmed at Fisherman's Wharf in Monterey and on Monterey Bay; two Monterey sardine boat crews, Angelo Lucido's and Peter Ferranti's, were used in the filming.
Margaret Livingston and Lou Telegen; William Fox Film Co.; comedy-drama; scenes filmed at Carmel Highlands and the beach at Pacific Grove; film crew stayed at the Highlands Inn.
George O'Brien, Virginia Valli, William Powell, Thomas Jefferson and J. Wilson McDonald; directed by Howard Hawks; Fox; scenes filmed at 17 Mile Drive in Pebble Beach and Cypress Point at Point Lobos, where a Monte Carlo set was built.
Madge Bellamy and Leslie Fenton; directed by Harry Beaumont; a Jazz Age tragedy; scenes filmed at Carmel and Pebble Beach.
Famous Players-Lasky production company headed by Allan Dwan; scenes filmed at the old Hotel Del Monte in Monterey.
Rod La Rocque and Tyrone Power Sr.; directed by Alan Hale; from the studios of Cecil B. De Mille; silent film; cavalry scenes filmed at the Presidio of Monterey, then a cavalry post; filming done here in October 1925 and was delayed three days because of fog.
Ronald Colman and Vilma Banky; directed by George Fitzmaurice; story by Frances Marion; Goldwyn First National; silent; Banky's first American film, her first teaming with Colman and a mid-1920s hit of colassal proportions; from a play by Guy Bolton; story about a blinded officer in World War I who tries to persuade his fiancee to marry another man without her knowing of his own infirmity.
Betty Compson and Jack Holt; produced by Clarence Badger; taken from the book, "Moon-Flower"; scenes filmed at the beach in Carmel.