List of years in film

The year 1920 in film involved some significant events.

Top-grossing films

The top four films released in 1920 by U.S. gross are as follows:

Highest-grossing films of 1920
Rank Title Studio Box office gross rental
1 Way Down East United Artists $2,000,000[1]
2 Over the Hill to the Poorhouse Fox Film Corporation $1,500,000[2]
3 Passion
The Mark of Zorro
UFA/First National Pictures
United Artists
$1,000,000[1][2]

Events

Notable films released in 1920

Notable United States films

For a complete list see: American films of 1920

A

B

C

D

F

G

H

I

J

L

M

N

O

P

R

S

T

W

Austria

For a complete list see: List of Austrian films of the 1920s

France

For a complete list see: French films of 1920

Germany

For a complete list see: List of German films of 1920

Italy

Philippines

For a complete list see: List of Philippine films before 1940

Sweden

For a complete list see: Swedish films before 1930

United Kingdom

For a complete list see: British films of 1920

Film series

  1. The Call of the Jungle
  2. Out of the Lion's Jaws
  3. Girl of the Jungle
  4. The Sheik's Revenge
  5. The Pirate's Prey
  6. The Killer's Mate
  7. The Quest of the Killer
  8. The Coming of Tarzan
  9. The Kiss of the Beast
  10. Tarzan Takes the Trail
  11. Ashes of Love
  12. Meriem's Ride in the Night
  13. Double Crossed
  14. Blazing Hearts
  15. An Amazing Denouement

Short film series

Animated short film series

The following is a list of animated shorts of the year 1920 that belong to series that lasted several years.

A major animated series of the silent era produced by Max Fleischer from 1918 to 1929 in which it appeared Koko the Clown:

Births

Deaths

Film debuts

Films set in 1920

There are films released in later years whose plot is developed totally or partially in 1920:

1920 (2008)
1920: The Evil Returns (2012)
1920: London (2016)

See also

References

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