"His Supreme Moment" (1925) is a silent film with sequences filmed in Technicolor, starring Blanche Sweet and Ronald Colman, directed by George Fitzmaurice, and produced by Samuel Goldwyn. Anna May Wong has a small role as a harem girl appearing in a play. This film is now considered a lost film.
Lewis Stone in Cytherea (1924), an American silent drama film which featured two dream sequences filmed in an early version of the Technicolor color film process. The film was directed by George Fitzmaurice, starred Alma Rubens, Constance Bennett, Norman Kerry, and Lewis Stone. The film is now considered a lost film. The film was the first Technicolor film made under artificial light, while previous Technicolor films were made outdoors under natural light.
"Bride of the Regiment" (1930) is an American musical film directed by John Francis Dillon filmed entirely in Technicolor. The film is notable as the first feature to include an outdoor sequence filmed at night, a difficult task due to the lighting that was necessary for Technicolor film at that time. No film elements are known to survive.
"Irene" (1926) is a silent romantic comedy film starring Colleen Moore, and partially shot in Technicolor. The film was directed by Alfred E. Green. The scenes which were shot in Technicolor cost a total amount of $100,000. The total budget was $1,500,000. The film exists, with the Technicolor sequences intact.
"Dancing Mothers" is a 1926 black & white silent film drama, produced by Paramount Pictures, in late 1925. The film was directed by Herbert Brenon, and stars Alice Joyce, Conway Tearle, and making her debut appearance for a Paramount Pictures film, Clara Bow.