Best Adventure Movies of 1913



5.6/10 IMDB

Wilfred of Ivanhoe (played by King Baggot), son of Sir Cedric (played by Wallace Bosco), returns to England from the Crusades in the Holy Land. As Ivanhoe, disguised, discovers that his beloved Lady Rowena (played by Evelyn Hope) has remained faithful, two weary travelers, Isaac of York (played by Herbert Brenon) and his pretty daughter Rebecca (played by Leah Baird), are admitted to Sir Cedric's castle, but after the knights learn that Isaac has money they abduct the visitors to the Norman stronghold of Torquilstone Castle.

Starring: King Baggot, Leah Baird, Herbert Brenon, Evelyn Hope, Walter Craven, Wallace Widdicombe, Walter Thomas, Wallace Bosco, Mrs. Herbert Brenon, Jack Bates ..
Directed by: Herbert Brenon
Release date: 1913-09-22
Best Adventure Movies of 1913 : Dick Whittington and His Cat

Dick Whittington and His Cat

5.8/10 IMDB

Dick, a young boy hears wondrous tales of London, where the streets are paced with gold. At night he dreams of the capital. The next day he leaves his country home to see his fortune in London. He fails to find work at first and is almost starving when a wealthy sea-merchant takes him in as a cook's help. The cook takes an instant dislike to him and tortures him mercilessly. His garret is full of rats and he often goes without food. One day, a man on the street takes him for a beer and gives him a coin, which he uses to buy a cat.

Starring: Vinnie Burns, Audrey Berry ..
Directed by: Alice Guy-Blaché
Release date: 1913-04-16

The Adventures of Kathlyn

5.5/10 IMDB

The serial detailed the experiences of Kathlyn Hare, the pretty daughter of an explorer. Kathlyn resided in a mythical India, fighting off unwanted advances from a handsome native, Umballah, when not battling an endless array of ferocious jungle fauna.

Starring: Kathlyn Williams, Charles Clary ..
Directed by: Francis J. Grandon
Release date: 1913-12-29
Best Adventure Movies of 1913 : The Werewolf

The Werewolf

6.1/10 IMDB

An old Indian legend tells of the supposed ability of persons who have been turned into wolves through magic power to assume human form at will for purposes of vengeance. This film is presumed lost.

Starring: Clarence Burton, Marie Walcamp, Phyllis Gordon, Lule Warrenton, Sherman Bainbridge, William Clifford ..
Directed by: Henry MacRae
Release date: 1913-12-13
Best Adventure Movies of 1913 : The Prisoner of Zenda

The Prisoner of Zenda

6.0/10 IMDB

King Rudolf of Ruritania is saved from a coup attempt by the help of his lookalike cousin, who falls in love with the king's fiancee.

Starring: James K. Hackett, Beatrice Beckley, David Torrence, Fraser Coalter, William R. Randall, Walter Hale, Minna Gale, Frank Shannon ..
Directed by: Hugh Ford, Edwin S. Porter
Release date: 1913-02-18
Best Adventure Movies of 1913 : The Deerslayer

The Deerslayer

5.1/10 IMDB

Wah-Ta-Wah, or Hist, the lady-love of Chingachgook, a Delaware chief, has been captured by the warlike Hurons. Chingachgook asks the aid of Deerslayer, a white man brought up among the Indians, in rescuing her, and. the two men arrange to meet at Lake Otsego, then called Glimmerglass. Deerslayer sets out for the meeting place, accompanied by Hurry Harry March, a trapper, who acts as his guide.

Starring: Harry T. Morey, Wallace Reid, Ethel Dunn, Hal Reid, Edward Thomas, Evelyn Dominicus, Florence Turner, William F. Cooper, Walter Long ..
Directed by: Hal Reid, Laurence Trimble
Release date: 1913-05-06
Best Adventure Movies of 1913 : Beau Brummel

Beau Brummel

0.0/10 IMDB

In the early part of the Nineteenth Century, Beau Brummell was the most talked-of person in all the world, the extreme of fashion, the personification of elegance and the most pretentious individual imaginable.

Starring: James Young, Clara Kimball Young, Charles Chapman, Julia Swayne Gordon, Edwin R. Phillips, James Morrison, Etienne Girardot, Rex Ingram, Richard Leslie, Helene Costello ..
Directed by: James Young
Release date: 1913-02-19
Best Adventure Movies of 1913 : The Flight of the Crow

The Flight of the Crow

0.0/10 IMDB

Old Morgan, an eccentric millionaire in a western city, has a dissipated young son. He has also a very sweet adopted daughter, Edwina. One day the son is waylaid near the railroad yards, stripped of a big "roll" and thrown unconscious into a box car.

Starring: Al W. Filson, Henry Otto, Kathlyn Williams, Henry A. Livingston, Al Ernest Garcia, William Hutchison ..
Directed by: E.A. Martin
Release date: 1913-08-11

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