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The Ring (1927)
Synopsis: Jack (Carl Brisson) is a carnival-employed boxer; patrons pay cash to take him on in the ring, and he earns the nickname "One-Round" by giving them their money's worth with a quick knockout. His many victories have given him a big head and a bigger mouth, so when heavyweight champion Bob (Ian Hunter) shows up in town, he decides to shut Jack up by challenging him to a match. As the fight nears, Jack's fiancée (Lilian Hall-Davis) develops eyes for Bob, giving the bout a bitter edge.
The Farmer's Wife (1928)
Synopsis: Containing many of his cinematic touches, this enjoyable and rustic 1928 silent comedy explores the exploits of farmer Samuel Sweetland who is unsuccessful at finding himself a bride. What he doesn't know is he is secretly loved by his devoted housekeeper. Stars Jameson Thomas and Lillian Hall-Davis.
Synopsis: Betty (Betty Balfour), the rebellious daughter of a millionaire (Gordon Harker), decides to marry the penniless Jean, against her father's will. She runs away to France and soon after starts living a life of luxury on the profits from her father's business. But her father decides to put a stop to her behavior by pretending his business crashed.
The Manxman (1929)
Synopsis: In this silent, romantic melodrama, Hitchcock explores the story of a fisherman named Pete and a lawyer named Philip. The two have been best friends since childhood, and now both are in love with the same woman, the beautiful Kate. Made in 1929, this was Hitchcock's last silent film. Stars Carl Brisson, Malcolm Keen and Anny Ondra.
The Skin Game (1931)
Synopsis: In this early Hitchcock outing, he sets two clans against each other in an English village as the old, long-established family squares off against the more "progressive" one. As their feud continues, each side becomes more determined, battling to the brink of disaster before coming to a resolution. Stars C.V. France, Helen Haye, and Edmund Gwenn.