Best War Movies of 1910


In the Border States

6.4/10 IMDB

During the Civil War, a father living in a border state leaves to join the Union Army. After he leaves, Confederate troops forage on his property, where a soldier encounters one of his daughters. The father himself is wounded on a hazardous mission and must run for his life, pursued by Confederate soldiers.

Starring: Charles West, Charles Arling, Owen Moore, Gladys Egan, Dell Henderson, Mack Sennett, Henry B. Walthall, Dorothy West ..
Directed by: D.W. Griffith
Release date: 1910-06-13
Best War Movies of 1910 : The Girl Spy Before Vicksburg

The Girl Spy Before Vicksburg

5.5/10 IMDB

The opening scene of our story shows a Union powder wagon making its way down the road convoyed by a company of mounted Union soldiers. The route of this wagon is reported to Confederate headquarters by one of its spies. Nan, a girl frequently employed by the department of the Confederate army, is called to headquarters and instructed to secure the destruction of the enemy's ammunition train just reported. Nan is fitted out with a Union uniform, mounted on a fast horse and sent on her journey, previously provided with a forged order supposedly signed by a Union general which authorizes her to pass through the lines.

Starring: Gene Gauntier ..
Directed by: Sidney Olcott
Release date: 1910-12-28
Best War Movies of 1910 : The Fugitive

The Fugitive

5.9/10 IMDB

Two Johns, a Confederate and an Union soldier, leave their families to go to the front. After a skirmish they end up separated from their respective sides, the Union soldier shoots the Confederate, but he has to escape and look for refuge in the house of his enemy.

Starring: Kate Bruce, Edward Dillon, Clara T. Bracy, Edwin August, Dorothy West, Lucy Cotton ..
Directed by: D.W. Griffith
Release date: 1910-11-07
Best War Movies of 1910 : The House with Closed Shutters

The House with Closed Shutters

5.9/10 IMDB

During the Civil War a young soldier loses his nerve in battle and runs away to his home to hide; his sister puts on his uniform, takes her brother's place in the battle, and is killed. Their mother, not wanting the shameful truth to become known, closes all the shutters (hence the film's title) and keeps her son's presence a secret for many years, though two boyhood chums stumble upon the truth...

Starring: Henry B. Walthall, Grace Henderson, Dorothy West, Joseph Graybill, Charles West, William J. Butler, Edwin August, Verner Clarges, John T. Dillon, Gladys Egan ..
Directed by: D.W. Griffith
Release date: 1910-08-08

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