Inbad, the Count (1912)

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Produced entirely in Hollywood by the then-rural community's first permanent movie company, Nestor, this one-reel farce featured Harold Lockwood as a brash American youth battling a supposedly sophisticated foreigner (Gordon Sackville) for the love of Dorothy Davenport. Lockwood, who would gain his biggest acclaim in tandem with May Allison a few years later, was Nestor's first matinee idol and appeared in nine films opposite Miss Davenport, the wife of silent screen legend Wallace Reid.