Produced by Katherine MacDonald, who also was one of the stars along with Joseph Dowling; silent film about resort hotels; during the filming, the working title was "Guest of Hercules"; scenes filmed at the Highlands Inn in Carmel Highlands.
A travelogue; Prisma Motion Picture Co. of New York; scenes filmed at Fisherman's Wharf and elsewhere on the waterfront, on the streets of Monterey and at Point Lobos.
Neva Gerber, Ben Wilson, Hayward Mack, Willard Wayne, and Ed Brady; produced and directed by George Cochrane; Universal; five-reel Bluebird feature made at a cost of $30,000; fishing scenes filmed at McAbee Beach on Cannery Row; a cast of 30 was here for the filming; top cast members stayed at the old Hotel Del Monte, the rest at the Monterey Hotel.
Harold Lockwood and May Allison; scenes filmed on the beach near the old cannery at Point Lobos; filming was interrupted by a wave; the unexpected fury drenched the filmmakers, ruined the camera and caused cast and crew to cling to each other to avoid being dragged into the wild surf; the film crew returned to the spot to finish their work.
Adda Gleason and Monroe Salisbury, directed by Donald Crisp; one of several silent films that dealt with the Helen Hunt Jackson novel about a half-breed girl and an Indian chief's son who fight the greed of white pioneers; 3,000 feet of film shot in the Monterey area.
Main exterior scenes were filmed here, on the beach at Pacific Grove, at Point Pinos Lighthouse and along the 17 Mile Drive.
Roberta Wilson, Frank Whitson, Eileen Sedgwick and William Siener; directed by Burton George; Universal; scenes filmed at Carmel Mission, J.A. Murphy house in New Monterey, old Hotel Del Monte and its polo grounds and bridal paths, a street flanked by old adobes and Monterey harbor filled with fishing boats; about 100 local fishermen and their wives were extras in the action film, set in Sicily and taken from a novel of the same name by J. Francis Whitman.
Harold Lockwood, May Alison and Thomas Ricketts; American Motion Picture Co.; set in early California about 1850;scenes filmed in Monterey, including historic sites, with local actors in supporting roles, among them Herb Nuttall, Phil Satterbach, Wilton Gonzendorier, Alvin Johnson, Margaret Wright, Fred Nicholson and Helen Otis; an old horse-drawn street car was used in the filming.
A series produced by Mutual Weekly Gaumont, for which scenes were filmed at Point Lobos, along the 17 Mile Drive and at various historic sites, including the Custom House in Monterey; also filmed were sea gills at Monterey's Wharf No. 2 and the old Point Lobos Canning Co., which was billed as the only abalone cannery in the world, getting its catch from divers who worked right near its front door in Whalers Cove.
Bessie Barriscale; directed and produced by Cecil B. DeMille; Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Co.; one of the first of 70 films done by DeMille and done the year he started in movies; DeMille is the person most responsible for making Hollywood the film capital, he moved Hollywood from two- and three-reel films into feature-length motion pictures; in 1914, DeMille was director general of the Lasky Co., a partnership of DeMille, Lasky and Samuel Goldfish (later Goldwyn), which grew into the giant Paramount Pictures; Miss Barriscale's second film; she was a star of early silent movies, typically romantic melodramas, whose career peaked prior to 1920; filmed extensively in Monterey; cast and crew of 40 people shot thousands of feet of film in Monterey, using the city's historic buildings and scenic beauty as a backdrop; filming was done in September 1914, and the picture was released in the theaters before the end of the year.