This is a list of rediscovered films that, once thought lost, have since been discovered in film archives or private collections. See also:
|1896||Défense d’afficher||Georges Méliès||Georges Méliès||The film was recovered in 2004.|||
|1897||X-Rays||George Albert Smith|
|1899||Cléopâtre||Georges Méliès||Georges Méliès, Jeanne d'Alcy||Was thought to be lost until a copy surfaced in 2005 in Paris.|
|1902||Le Voyage dans la Lune||Georges Méliès||Georges Méliès, Jeanne d'Alcy||Animated hand-colored ending discovered in a barn in France.|
|1909||El Hotel eléctrico||Segundo de Chomón||Segundo de Chomón, Julienne Mathieu|
|1909||La Tosca||André Calmettes, Charles Le Bargy||Sarah Bernhardt|
|1909||Jephtah’s Daughter: A Biblical Tragedy|
|1910||Frankenstein||J. Searle Dawley||Charles Ogle||A print was bought by a film collector in the 1950s, who was not aware of its rarity until decades later.|||
|1911||A Manly Man||Thomas H. Ince|
|1911||At the Duke's Command||Thomas H. Ince|
|1911||The Colleen Bawn|
|1911||Karađorđe||Ilija Stanojević-Čiča||The first Serbian feature film, thought lost since 1928. Material from this movie was found in Austrian Film Archives in 2003.|
|1911||The Mirror||Thomas H. Ince|
|1911||Maid or Man||Thomas H. Ince|
|1911||The Sultan's Garden||Thomas H. Ince|
|1912||Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde||Lucius Henderson||James Cruze|
|1912||A Fool and His Money||Alice Guy-Blaché|
|1912||In Nacht Und Eis||Mime Misu||The first Titanic movie, was presumed lost around 1914 but found in a private film library in Germany in 1998.|
|1912||Under Two Flags|
|1912||Richard III||André Calmettes, James Keane||Robert Gemp, Frederick Warde||The first known full-length William Shakespeare film. Found in a projectionist's collection in 1996.|||
|1913||Poor Jake's Demise||Allen Curtis||Lon Chaney, Sr., Louise Fazenda||Chaney's first credited role. Was discovered in 2007 among several hundred other reels of film in an English collection.|
|1913||The Prisoner of Zenda||Edwin S. Porter|
|1913||When Lincoln Paid||Francis Ford||Recovered in 2006.|
|1914||The Active Life of Dolly of the Dailies||Walter Edwin||Mary Fuller, Yale Boss||Discovered in 2009 in the New Zealand Film Archive|||
|1914||Won in a Closet||Mabel Normand||Mabel Normand||Discovered in 2009 in the New Zealand Film Archive|||
|1914||Cruel, Cruel Love||George Nichols|| Charlie Chaplin|
|Complete nitrate copy found in South America|
|1914||Der Hund von Baskerville (The Hound of the Baskervilles)||Rudolf Meinert|
|1914||Salomy Jane||William Nigh, Lucius Henderson||Beatriz Michelena, House Peters||Complete nitrate copy found in Australia in 1996.|||
|1914||The Girl Stage Driver||Norbert A. Myles, Edna Payne, Will E. Sheerer||Webster Cullison||An incomplete 35mm positive print was discovered in 2009 in the New Zealand Film Archive.|||
|1914||A Thief Catcher||Charlie Chaplin||A print was discovered in 2010 at a Michigan antique sale.|||
|1914||The Stain||Frank Powell||Edward José, Theda Bara||A print of the film was discovered in Australia in the 1990s.|||
|1915||Double Trouble||William Christy Cabanne|
|1915||His Lordship's Dilemma||W.C. Fields||Found in a Belgian film archive.|
|1915||Peculiar Patients' Pranks||Hal Roach||Harold Lloyd||Found in Australia's National Film and Sound Archive.|
|1915||Youth||Harry Handworth||Film exists in the British Film Institute archive|
|1916||East Lynne||Bertram Bracken||Theda Bara||One of Bara's four surviving films.|||
|1916||Mysteriet natten till den 25:e||Georg af Klercker|
|1916||Als ich tot war||Ernst Lubitsch||Found in 1994 in a Slovenian archive.|
|1916||Purity||Rae Berger||Film survives in an archive in France.|
|1916||Snow White||Inspired Walt Disney to make films.|
|1916||Gretchen the Greenhorn||Chester M. Franklin, Sidney Franklin||Dorothy Gish||Recovered in 1991.|
|1916||Zepped||Charlie Chaplin||A propaganda short film, a copy was found in 2009, and a second in 2011.|
|1917||Beatrice Fairfax||Olive Thomas||All but one episode of this series survives in the Library of Congress archive.|
|1917||Bucking Broadway||John Ford||Found in 2002 in a French archive.|
|1917||His Wedding Night||Roscoe Arbuckle|
|1917||The Image Maker||Eugene Moore||Film survives in a private collection.|
|1917||Max and His Taxi|
|1917||Max Comes Across|
|1917||Max Wants a Divorce|
|1917||A Reckless Romeo||Roscoe Arbuckle||Roscoe Arbuckle||Found in an unmarked canister at the Norwegian Film Institute in 1998, alongside The Cook|
|1917||The Rough House||Roscoe Arbuckle, Buster Keaton|
|1918||The Cook||Roscoe Arbuckle||Roscoe Arbuckle, Buster Keaton||Found in an unmarked canister at the Norwegian Film Institute in 1998, alongside A Reckless Romeo|
|1918||Hell Bent||John Ford||A print exists in the Czechoslovak Film Archive|||
|1918||Mr. Fix-It||Allan Dwan||Douglas Fairbanks||restored by George Eastman House and shown at San Francisco Silent Film Festival in July 2011|
|1919||Back Stage||Roscoe Arbuckle|
|1919||Scarlet Days||D. W. Griffith|
|1919||The Spiders||Fritz Lang||Restored in 1978 from a newly-discovered original print|
|1919||The Valley of the Giants||James Cruze||Wallace Reid||Found in Russian state archives. Digital copy turned over to the Library of Congress in 2010.|||
|1919||When Bearcat Went Dry||Oliver L. Sellers||Lon Chaney, Sr.||Found in a projectionist's collection.|
|1919||The Wicked Darling||Tod Browning||Lon Chaney, Sr.||A copy was found in Europe in the 1990s, and now resides in the Nederlands Filmmuseum.|||
|1919||You're Fired||James Cruze||Wallace Reid||Found in Russian state archives. Digital copy turned over to the Library of Congress in 2010.|||
|1919||The Witness for the Defense||George Fitzmaurice||Elsie Ferguson||Print rediscovered in Gosfilmofond. Screened at Univ. of North Dakota. Ferguson's only surviving silent film.|
|1919||Different from the Others||Richard Oswald||Conrad Veidt||German copies destroyed by the Nazis in 1933 and thought lost since then. A copy was found in the Ukraine in the late 70s and restored by the Stadtmuseum München. One of the earliest known sympathetic depictions of homosexuality in film.|
|1920||Der Wildtöter und Chingachgook||Arthur Wellin||Bela Lugosi||Recovered in the 1990s.|
|1920||Genuine||Robert Wiene||Complete copy was discovered in the Berlin film archive.|
|1920||If I Were King||J. Gordon Edwards||Print is held by the Library of Congress|
|1920||In the Days of St. Patrick||Norman Whitten|
|1920||Within Our Gates||Oscar Micheaux||Found in Spain, translated as La Negra.|
|1920||Helen of Four Gates||Cecil Hepworth|| Alma Taylor|
|Found in a film vault in Quebec, Canada in 2008.|||
|1921||The Blue Fox||Duke Worne|
|1921||The Conquest of Canaan||Roy William Neill||Thomas Meighan, Doris Kenyon||Found in Russian state archives. Digital copy turned over to the Library of Congress in 2010.|||
|1921||The Devil||Ferenc Molnar||George Arliss||Was also made in 1918 in Hungary. American release is currently under restoration and schedule for re-release in 2011|
|1921||Der Tanz auf dem Vulkan||Richard Eichberg||Bela Lugosi||Found in a film archive in the 1990s, albeit in its American release version.|
|1921||Hard Luck|| Edward F. Cline|
|Buster Keaton||Long considered Keaton's major lost film until partially reconstructed in 1987. The climactic final scene was later recovered in a Russian archive.|
|1921||Molly O'||F. Richard Jones||Mabel Normand|
|1922||Kick In||George Fitzmaurice|| Betty Compson|
|Found in Russian state archives. Digital copy turned over to the Library of Congress in 2010.|||
|1922||Sherlock Holmes||Albert Parker||John Barrymore||Film was restored over a thirty year period from the original camera negatives at the George Eastman House.|
|1922||Beyond the Rocks||Sam Wood||Gloria Swanson, Rudolph Valentino||Donated by collector Joop Van Liempd (1913–2002) to Nederlands Filmmuseum and restored by them in 2005.|||
|1922||Little Red Riding Hood||One of the first theatrical animated cartoons from Walt Disney. Found in a London film library in 1998 and restored the same year.|
|1922||The Young Rajah||Phil Rosen||Rudolph Valentino|
|1923||The Call of the Canyon||Victor Fleming||Richard Dix||Found in Russian state archives. Digital copy turned over to the Library of Congress in 2010.|||
|1923||Canyon of the Fools||Val Paul||Found in Russian state archives. Digital copy turned over to the Library of Congress in 2010.|||
|1923||Circus Days||Edward F. Cline||Jackie Coogan||Found in Russian state archives. Digital copy turned over to the Library of Congress in 2010.|||
|1923||Souls for Sale||Rupert Hughes||Eleanor Boardman||Rediscovered and restored in 2006 by Turner Classic Movies and MGM|
|1923||The Eternal Struggle||Reginald Barker||Renée Adorée||Found in Russian state archives. Digital copy turned over to the Library of Congress in 2010.|||
|1923||Maytime||Louis J. Gasnier||Ethel Shannon, Harrison Ford||Found in the New Zealand Film Archive in 2009; undergoing restoration|||
|1923||The White Shadow||Graham Cutts|| Betty Compson|
|Found in the New Zealand Film Archive in August 2011|||
|1924||$20 A Week||Harmon F. Weight|
|1924||The Arab||Rex Ingram||Ramon Novarro, Alice Terry||Found in Russian state archives. Digital copy turned over to the Library of Congress in 2010.|||
|1924||Venus of the South Seas||Annette Kellerman||Restored by Library of Congress in 2004. Last reel of 55-minute film is in Prizmacolor|
|1924||The Breaking Point||Herbert Brenon|
|1924||Empty Hearts||Alfred Santell||John Bowers, Clara Bow|
|1924||Pied Piper Malone||Alfred E. Green||Thomas Meighan, Lois Wilson||Discovered in a Russian film archive by historians Mark Tiedje and John Coles. It was screened in 2007 in Georgetown, South Carolina, where it was filmed.|
|1925||Clash of the Wolves||Noel M. Smith||Rin Tin Tin, Charles Farrell, June Marlowe, Heinie Conklin||A 35mm projection print was uncovered in South Africa and repatriated to the United States. It underwent restoration and preservation in 2003.|
|1925||Keep Smiling||Albert Austin, Gilbert Pratt||Monty Banks||Found in Russian state archives. Digital copy turned over to the Library of Congress in 2010.|||
|1925||The Lost World||Harry Hoyt||Bessie Love, Lewis Stone, Wallace Beery, Lloyd Hughes||Only 65 minutes abridged version existed until 1992, when Jan-Christopher Horak, formerly of George Eastman House, located a nearly full-length print at the Filmovy Archiv (Prague, Czech republic).|
|1926||Bardelys the Magnificent||King Vidor||John Gilbert||Restored in 2008 from a nearly-complete print discovered in France in 1998.|||
|1926||The Bat||Roland West||Tullio Carminatti|
|1926||The Boob||William Wellman||Joan Crawford, George K. Arthur|
|1926||Camille||Fred Niblo||Norma Talmadge|
|1926||The Exquisite Sinner||Josef von Sternberg||Conrad Nagel, Renee Adoree, George K. Arthur, Myrna Loy|
|1926||The Flaming Frontier||Edward Sedgwick||Hoot Gibson, Dustin Farnum|
|1926||Mare Nostrum||Rex Ingram||Antonio Moreno, Alice Terry|
|1926||You Never Know Women||William Wellman||Florence Vidor, Lowell Sherman, Clive Brook, El Brendel||Never really a lost film, a copy has resided at the Library of Congress since the 1970s,|
|1926||A Page of Madness||Teinosuke Kinugasa||Found by the director in his garden shed in 1970; he had buried it during World War II and forgotten it.|
|1927||Duck Soup||Fred Guiol||Laurel & Hardy||Thought lost until a copy surfaced in 1974.|
|1927||The Magic Flame||Henry King||Ronald Colman, Vilma Banky|
|1927||Napoléon||Abel Gance||Never totally lost, but existing prints were once only half as long as the current restoration.|
|1927||The Ridin' Rowdy||Richard Thorpe|
|1927||The Rough Riders||Victor Fleming||Charles Farrell, Mary Astor, Noah Beery, George Bancroft|
|1927||The Senorita||Alfred E. Green||Bebe Daniels|
|1927||Sorrell and Son||Herbert Brenon||H.B. Warner, Anna Q. Nilsson, Carmel Myers, Nils Asther, Louis Wolheim, Mary Nolan|
|1927||Tarzan and the Golden Lion||J. P. McGowan||James Pierce||Thought lost until a print was discovered in the closet of a French asylum in the 1990s.|
|1927||Upstream||John Ford||Discovered in New Zealand in 2010 among 75 silent films being returned to the US, many of which were thought lost.|||
|1927||Metropolis||Fritz Lang||Alfred Abel, Brigitte Helm||The full 153-minute version was discovered in an Argentinan film museum in 2008.|||
|1927||Wings||William A. Wellman||Clara Bow, Charles 'Buddy' Rogers, Richard Arlen, Gary Cooper||Found in the Cinémathèque Française film archive in Paris.|
|1928||The Constant Nymph||Adrian Brunel||Ivor Novello, Benita Hume|
|1928||Tillie's Punctured Romance||A. Edward Sutherland||W. C. Fields|
|1928||The Passion of Joan of Arc||Carl Theodor Dreyer||Although inferior prints existed, a nearly-pristine print was found in the janitor's closet of a Norwegian mental asylum.|
|1928||The Racket||Lewis Milestone||Thomas Meighan, Marie Prevost, Louis Wolheim||Produced by Howard Hughes, and discovered following his death in his private collection.|
|1928||The Spanking Age||Robert F. McGowan||An Our Gang film thought to be lost, but rediscovered in 1990.|||
|1928||Two Arabian Knights||Lewis Milestone||Produced by Howard Hughes, and long thought lost until a print was found in his vault after his death.|
|1928||The Mating Call||James Cruze||Produced by Howard Hughes, and long thought lost until a print was found in his vault after his death.|||
|1929||The Letter||Jean de Limur||Jeanne Eagels, O. P. Heggie, Reginald Owen, Herbert Marshall|
|1929||Why Be Good?||William Seiter|
|1929||Wonder of Women||Clarence Brown|
|1930||The Bat Whispers||Roland West||One of the first films shot in widescreen. A complete print was discovered and restored in the late 1990s.|
|1930||Mamba||Albert S. Rogell|| Jean Hersholt|
|Footage from the final reel (stored at the UCLA Film and Television Archive) and all the Vitaphone soundtrack discs for this film were originally thought to be the only elements from the film to survive. A complete print of the film, running nine reels, and four soundtrack discs were discovered in Australia in 2009.|
|1930||Wara Wara||Jose Maria Velasco Maidana||The only known surviving Bolivian film of the silent era. Discovered in a La Paz basement in 1989, it required over a decade of restoration and was not released until 2010.|||
|1930||Limite||Mário Peixoto||Experimental silent feature made in Brazil. The restored complete version had its U.S. premiere in Brooklyn, New York in November 2010.|||
|1931||Love and Duty||Bu Wancang||Ruan Lingyu||Silent film made in China, and rediscovered in Uruguay in the 1990s|||
|1931||The Stolen Jools||William C. McGann||All-star cast||Made for a charity, film was discovered in the UK under its alternate title The Slippery Pearls|
|1931||The Smiling Lieutenant||Ernst Lubitsch||Rediscovered in Denmark in the 1980s.|||
|1931||Dick & Doof - Spuk um Mitternacht||James Parrott||Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy||German version (spoken by Laurel and Hardy) of Laurel & Hardy's Berth Marks/The Laurel-Hardy Murder Case, found 2004 in Moscow's film archive.|||
|1932||Doctor X||Michael Curtiz|| Lee Tracy|
|Technicolor version found in personal vault of Jack L. Warner.|
|1932||The Most Dangerous Game|| Irving Pichel|
Ernest B. Schoedsack
|Fay Wray||A horror movie filmed on the same set as King Kong.|
|1932||The Old Dark House||James Whale|| Boris Karloff|
|Thought lost for decades, filmmaker Curtis Harrington discovered a print in the Universal Studios vault, which was restored by Eastman House.|||
|1932||Rynox||Michael Powell||Stuart Rome|
|Found in the vaults of Pinewood Studios in 1990.|
|1933||Berkeley Square||Frank Lloyd|| Leslie Howard|
|Rediscovered in the 1970s.|||
|1933||The Ghoul||T. Hayes Hunter||Boris Karloff, Ernest Thesiger||A damaged, incomplete print was found in Czechoslovakia in the 1970s, and was thought to be the only surviving copy until a nearly-pristine one was found in the archives of the British Film Institute.|
|1933||Mystery of the Wax Museum||Michael Curtiz||Lionel Atwill, Fay Wray||Technicolor version found in personal vault of Jack L. Warner.|||
|1933||Der Sieg des Glaubens||Leni Riefenstahl||Adolf Hitler||This 64-minute documentary was ordered destroyed by Hitler for showing Nazi party member Ernst Röhm, who had been murdered on Hitler's orders. A copy was found in Britain in the 1990s.|
|1934||Of Human Bondage||John Cromwell||Bette Davis||The negative was discovered to have been destroyed in 1964 when actress Kim Novak requested a print. A copy was recovered several years later.|
|1933||Ojo Okichi (Miss Okichi)||Kenji Mizoguchi||Isuz Yamada||This film did not actually appear in official filmographies of Mizoguchi until a print was discovered in the vaults of Shochiku studios in 2008.|
|1935||Tag der Freiheit: Unsere Wehrmacht||Leni Riefenstahl||Adolf Hitler, Hermann Göring, Rudolf Hess, Heinrich Himmler||Thought to have been lost following World War II, an incomplete print running 28 minutes was discovered in the 1970s.|
|1936||Border Vengeance||Ray Heinz||Reb Russell, Mary Jane Carey, Kenneth MacDonald||Formerly listed on the Internet Movie Database as a lost film, a copy was made available as a free download circa 2004 as part of the collection of the Internet Archive.|
|1937||Slaves in Bondage||Elmer Clifton||Lona Andre, Donald Reed, Wheeler Oakman, Florence Dudley||Long listed on the Internet Movie Database as a lost film, it resurfaced on DVD in the mid-2000s.|
|1939||Le Jour Se Leve||Marcel Carné||Jean Gabin, Jules Berry & Arletty||When RKO acquired the distribution rights to Le Jour se lève in preparation for remaking it as The Long Night, they also sought to buy up and destroy all available prints of the original film. For a time, it was thought that the French film had been lost completely, but copies re-appeared in the 1950s and its classic status was re-established.|
|1939||Smith||Michael Powell||Ralph Richardson & Flora Robson||A short film made in 1939 to promote an ex-servicemen's charity. It got caught up in the start of WWII and wasn't shown publicly. It wasn't even mentioned by Powell in his autobiography. A copy was found in 2003 and it had its first public screening in the UK in 2004. 65 years after it was completed.|
|1939||Tevya||Maurice Schwartz|| Maurice Schwartz|
|Long thought lost, a print was discovered and restored in 1978.|
|1940||Confucius||Fei Mu||A print was anonymously donated to the Hong Kong Film Archive in 2001.|||
|1940||Kampf um Norwegen - Feldzug 1940|| Martin Rikli|
|Found in Norway in 2005|
|1941||Kukan||Rey Scott||An extant print of this Academy Award-winning documentary was located by Hawaiian filmmaker Robin Lung.|
|1945||Momotaro's Divine Sea Warriors||Mitsuyo Seo||Japan's first feature animated film. Presumed to have been confiscated and burnt by the American occupation, but a negative was found in Shochiku's vault in 1984|
|1957||Shadows||John Cassavetes||Cassavetes showed a first version of his film only a handful of times, then scrapped it and re-shot the movie entirely. Found at a sale of items lost on the New York subway, and tracked down by cinema historian Ray Carney.|
|1965||The Noble Experiment||Tom Graeff||Tom Graeff||Surviving print found by Elle Schneider in Los Angeles.|
|1966||Incubus||Leslie Stevens||William Shatner||Surviving print found at Cinémathèque Française with French subtitles.|
|1971||Bun-Rye's Story||Yu Hyun-mok|||
|1971||Necromania||Edward D. Wood, Jr.||Believed lost for years until an edited version resurfaced at a yard sale in 1992, followed by a complete unedited print in 2001.|
|1971||The Young Marrieds||Edward D. Wood, Jr.||Believed lost for years until rediscovered in Canada.|||
|1972||Marjoe|| Howard Smith|
|Marjoe Gortner||Although released on VHS, the film had long been out of print and had deteriorated. In 2002 the negative and other elements were found in a vault in New York City.|
|1972||Born to Boogie||Ringo Starr||Marc Bolan Elton John||Although released on VHS, the original print remained in storage and was presumed lost. The film was rediscovered and subsequently remastered for DVD release in 2005.|
|1974||Deranged|| Jeff Gillen|
|Roberts Blossom||Disappeared after its release in 1974, and was later rediscovered in Florida.|
|1978||Showdown at the Cotton Mill|| Chi Ping Chang|
San Lin Chen
|Ma Wu||Discovered in a Taiwanese film vault.|
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- List of lost silent films at www.silentera.com
- List of lost sound films (highlighted in red) at www.vitaphone.org
- Lost Films database