Rudolph Valentino's filmography, like so many other players in the silent era, can be very problematic. Several bit or extra appearances simply cannot be verified because the films are presumed lost. Unless a still or a fragment of film shows up with Valentino clearly visible, some entries must be taken with a grain of salt. Currently, I am in the process of trying to track down the exact source for some long accepted/referenced entries, i.e, My Official Wife, etc. IMDB aside, Battle of the Sexes and My Official Wife appear to be false entries. Unlike IMDB, you will not see The Hooded Falcon listed as part of Valentino's filmography. As much as Valentino wanted to make it, the film was not produced. While he did pose for costume photos (in 1924), and preliminary production designs were being worked on (in 1926). Not an inch of film was ever shot. Otherwise, if you find errors, please contact me and I will make the appropriate corrections. *Film is considered to be lost **Film is available on DVD or Blu-Ray The Battle of the Sexes* (1914) – Majestic Motion Picture Company. Director: D.W. Griffith, scenario: Daniel Carson, camera: G.W. Bitzer. Cast: Donald Crisp (Frank Andrews), Lillian Gish (Jane Andrews), Robert Harron (John Andrews), and Mary Alden (Mrs. Frank Andrews). Rodolpho Guglielmi (uncredited dance extra) unconfirmed My Official Wife* (1914) – Vitagraph Company of America. Director: James Young. Cast: Clara Kimball Young (Helene Marie), Harry T. Morely (Arthur B. Lennox), Earle Williams (Sacha). Rodolpho Guglielmi (uncredited extra) unconfirmed The Quest of Life*(1916) – Famous Players-Lasky. Director: Ashley Miller, scenario: Ashley Miller, camera: Walter Stradling. Cast: Florence Walton (Ellen Young), Julian L’Estrange (Alec Mapelton). Rudolph Valentino (uncredited extra) unconfirmed Seventeen* (1916) – Famous Players-Lasky. Director: Robert G. Vignola. Cast: Louise Huff (Lola Pratt), Jack Pickford (William S. Baxter), Madge Evans (Jane Baxter(, Walter Hiers (George Cooper). Rudolph Valentino (uncredited extra) confirmed The Foolish Virgin* (1916) – Clara Kimball Young Production Company. Director: Albert Capellani, camera: Jacques Monteran, Hal Young & George Peters. Cast: Clara Kimball Young (Mary Adams), Conway Tearle (Jim Anthony). Rudolph Valentino (uncredited extra) unconfirmed Patria** (1917) – Pathe. Director: George Fitzmaurice, et al., scenario: J.B. Clymer and Charles W. Goddard, camera: Levi Bacon, et al. Cast: Irene Castle (Patria/Elaine), Warner Oland (Baron Huroki), Milton Sills (Cpt. Donald Parr). Rudolph Valentino (uncredited extra in Chapter 3) confirmed DVD available here. Alimony* (1917) - Distributed by First National Pictures. Director Emmett J. Flynn. Cast: Josephine Whittel (Bernice Bristol Flint) ; Lois Wilson (Marjorie Lansing) , George Fisher (Howard Turner), Wallace Worsley (John Flint). Rudolph Valentino appears as a dance extra. confirmed All Night** (1918) - Universal/Bluebird Photoplays. Director: Paul Powell. Cast: Carmel Myers (Elizabeth Lane), Rudolpho di Valentina (Richard Thayer), Charles Dorian (William Harcourt), Mary Warren (Maude Harcourt), William Dyer (Bradford) Wadsworth Harris (Colonel Lane), Jack Hull (Butler). DVD available here A Society Sensation (1918) – Universal/Bluebird Photoplays. Director Paul Powell. Cast: Carmel Myers (Margaret Parmelee), Lidia Titus (Mrs. Jones), Alfred Allen (Capt. Parmelee), ZaSu Pitts (Mary), Fred Kelsey (Jim), Harold Goodwin (Tommy), Rodolpho De Valentina (Dick Bradley) DVD available here. A Married Virgin (1918)- Produced by Maxwell Productions. Director: Joseph Maxwell; Screenwriter: Hayden Talbot. Cast: Vera Sisson (Mary McMillan); Frank Newburg (Douglas McKee); Edward Jobsen (Fiske McMillan; Kathleen Kirkham (Mrs. Spencer McMillan); Lillian Leighton (Anne Mullin); Rodolfo di Valentina (Count Roberto di San Fraccini). Note: This film was produced in 1918 and not released until later, it was reissued in 1920 under the new title Frivolous Wives. DVD was released in 2000 by Image Entertainment. Now out of print, it can be found second hand via amazon or eBay. A Delicious Little Devil (1919) – Produced by Universal Pictures. Director: Robert Z. Leonard, Scenario: Harvey Thew; Camerman: Allan Zeigler. Cast: Mae Murray (Mary McGuire), Harry Rattenbury (Patrick McGuire), Richard Cummings (Uncle Barney), Ivor MacFadden (Percy), Betram Grassby (Duke de Sauterne), Edward Jobson (Michael Calhoun), Rudolpho De Valentina (Jimmie Calhoun). Extra on the Beyond the Rocks DVD. DVD available here. Virtuous Sinners (1919) – Pioneer Films. Director: Emmett J. Flynn. Cast: Norman Kerry (Hamilton Jones), Wanda Hawley (Dawn Emerson), Henry Holden (Eli Barker), David Kirby (Stool Pigeon), Bert Woodruff (Bert McGregor), Valentino appears as an extra. The Big Little Person* (1919) – Universal Pictures. Director: Robert Z. Leonard, Scenario: Bess Meredyth. Cast: Mae Murray (Arathea Manning), Clarissa Selwynne (Mrs. Manning), Rodolphe De Valentina (Arthur Endicott), Allan Sears (Gerald Staples), Mrs. Bertram Grassby (Marion Beemis) A Rogue's Romance *(1919) - Vitagraph Corporation. Director: James Young, Scenario: James Young, Cameraman: Max Dupont. Cast: Earle Williams (Jules Marier/Picard), Katherine Adams (Helen Deprenay), Maude George (Jeanne Deprenay), Sid Franklin (Burgomaster), Brinsley Shaw (Henri Duval), Rudolph Valentino (an Apache dancer) The Homebreaker* (1919) – Thomas Ince Production, distributed by Paramount. Director:Victor Schertzinger, Camera John S. Stumar. Cast: Dorothy Dalton (Mary Marbury), Douglas MacLean (Raymond Abbot), Edwin Stevens (Jonas Abbott), Beverly Travers (Marcia), Nora Johnson (Lois Abbott), Valentino is an uncredited dance extra. Out of Luck/Nobody Home* (1919) – New Art Film Co (distributed by Paramount). Director: Elmer Clifton, Camermen: John Leezer and Lee Garmes. Cast: Dorothy Gish (Frances Wadsworth), Ralph Graves (Malcolm Dale), Vivien Montrose (Flrence Wellington), Vera McGinnis (Mollie ROurke), George Fawcett (Rockaway Smith), Rudolph Valentine (Maurice Renard) The Eyes of Youth (1919) - Garson Production. Distributed by Equity Pictures Corporation. Eyesof Youth by Max Marcin and Charles Guernon. Scenario and directed by Albert Parker. Cast:Vincent Serrano (A Disciple); Clara Kimbell Young (Gina Ashling); Edmond Lowe (Peter Judson); Sam Sothern (Asa Ashling); Gareth Hughes (Kenneth Ashling); Pauline Starke (Rita Ashling); Ralph Lewis (Robert Goring); Milton Sills (Louis Anthony); William Courtleigh (Peter De Salvo); Rudolph Valentino (Clarence Morgan “A cabaret Parasite”); and Norman Selby (Dick Brodnell) An Adventuress (1920) – Republic. Director: Fred J. Balshofer Scenario: Charles Taylor, Cameraman: Tony Gaudio. Cast: Julian Eltinge (Jack Perry/Mam’sell Fedora), Alma Francis (Eunice), Fred Covert (Lyn Brook/Thelma), Virgina Rappe (Zana), Leo White (Price Albert), Rodolpho De Valentina (Jacques Rudanyi) Passion's Playground* (1920) – Katherine McDonald Pictures/First National. Director: J.A. Barry. Cast: Katherine MacDonald (Mary Grant), Norman Kerry (Prince Vanno Della Robbia), Nell Craig (Marie Grant), Rudolphe Valentine (Prince Angelo Della Robbia) The Cheater* (1920) – Metro Pictures. Director: Henry Otto. Cast: May Allison (Lilly Meany), King Baggot (Lord Asgarby), Frank Currier (Peg Meany), Valentino is an extra. Once to Every Woman*(1920) Universal. Director: Allen Holubar. Cast: Dorothy Phillips (Aurora Meredith), Margaret Mann (Mothe Meredith), Emily Chichester (Patience Meredith), Rodolfo do Valentino (Juliantino Visconti) The Wonderful Chance (1920) – Selznick Pictures Corporation. Director: George Archainbaud. Cast: Eugene O’Brien (Lord Birmingham/Swagger Barlow), Tom Blake (Red Duggan), Joe Flanagan (Haggerty), Warren Cook (Parker Winston), Martha Mansfield (Peggy Winton), Rudolph De Valentino (Joe Klingsby) Stolen Moments (1920) – American Cinema Corporation. Director: James Vincent. Cast: Marguerite Namara (Vera Blaine), Walter Chapin (Richard Huntly), Alex K. Shannon (Campos Salles), Gene Gauthier (Alvarez Salles), Rudolph Valentine (Jose Dalmarez) DVD available here. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1920) - Metro Pictures. Director: Rex Ingram; Cameramen: John Seitz; Assistant Cameramen: Starrett Ford, Walter Mayo; Assistant Directors: Joseph Calder, Amos Myers; Adaptation: June Mathis; Editor: Grant Whytock; Art Director: Walter Mayo; Art Titler: Jack W. Robson; Costumes: Unknown; Musical Score: Louis F. Gottschalk. Cast: Rudolph Valentino (Julio Desnoyers); Alice Terry (Marguerite Laurier); Pomeroy Cameron (The Centaur); Joseph Swickard (Marcelo Desnoyers); Alan Hale (Karl von Hartrott); Nigel de Brulier (Tchernoff); Bridgetta Clark (Dona Luisa); Mabel van Buren (Elena); Beatrice Dominguez (Tango Dancer). Based on Vincente Blasco Ibanez' novel The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Uncharted Seas* (1920) - distributed by Metro Pictures. Director: Wesley Ruggles; Cameraman: John Seitz; Screenwriter: George Edward Jenks; Editor: Unknown; Art Director: John Holden. Cast: Rudolph Valentino (Frank Underwood); Alice Lake (Lucretia Eastman); Carl Gerard (Senator Eastman). Based on John Henry Wilson's story The Uncharted Seas published in Munsey's Magazine, September 1920. Camille (1920) - Nazimova Productions/Metro Pictures. Director: Ray C. Smallwood; Cameraman: Rudolph Bergquist; Screenwriter: June Mathis; Art Director: Natacha Rambova; Editor: Unknown. Cast: Alla Nazimova (Camille); Rudolph Valentino (Armand). Based on Alexandre Dumas' play and novel La Dame Aux Camelias. Included as an extra on the DVD of the 1936 version starring Greta Garbo. DVD available here. The Conquering Power (1920) - Metro Pictures. Producer/Director: Rex Ingram; Cameraman: John Seitz; Adaption: June Mathis; Editor: Unknown. Cast: Rudolph Valentino (Charles Grandet); Alice Terry (Eugenie Grandet); Eric Mayne (Victor Grandet); Ralph Lewis (Pere Grandet). Based on Honore de Balzac's novel Eugene Grandet. DVD-R available here. The Sheik (1921) - Famous Players-Lasky/Paramount. Director: George Melford; Cameraman: William Marshall; Screenwriter: Monte Katterjohn; Editor: Unknown; Art Direction: Unknown. Cast: Rudolph Valentino (Ahmed Ben Hassan); Agnes Ayres (Lady Diana); Adolph Menjou (Raoul de Saint Hubert); Walter Long (Omair). Based on E.M. Hull's novel The Sheik. DVD-R combo with Son of the Sheik. Blu-Ray available here. 2021 update Paramount is releasing a new bluray October 19, 2021 for the 100th anniversary. Pre-order it here. Moran of the Lady Letty (1922) - distributed by Famous Players-Lasky/Paramount. Director: George Melford; Cameraman: William Marshall; Screenwriter: Monte Katterjohn; Editor: Unknown; Art Direction: Unknown. Cast: Rudolph Valentino (Ramon Laredo); Dorothy Dalton (Moran); Charles Brinly (Captain Sternerson); Walter Long (Captain Kitchell). Based on Frank Norris's novel of the same name. DVD available here. Beyond the Rocks (1922) - Famous Players-Lasky/Paramount. Director: Sam Wood; Cameraman: Alfred Gilks; Adapter: Jack Cunningham; Editor: Unknown; Art Direction: Unknown. Cast: Gloria Swanson (Theodora Fitzgerald); Rudolph Valentino (Lord Bracondale); Edythe Chapman (Lady Bracondale); Alec B. Tranis (Captain Fitzgerald). Based on Elinor Glyn's novel Beyond the Rocks. DVD available here. Blood and Sand (1922) - Famous Players-Lasky/Paramount. Director: Fred Niblo; Cameraman: Alvin Wyckoff; Adaptor: June Mathis; Editor: Dorothy Arzner; Art Direction: Unknown. Cast: Rudolph Valentino (Juan Gallardo); Lila Lee (Carmen); Nita Naldi (Dona Sol); George Fied (El Nacoional); Walter Long (Plumitas the Bandit). Based on Vincente Blasco Ibanez's novel Blood and Sand. DVD and Bluray available here. The Young Rajah (1923) - Famous Players-Lasky/Paramount. Director: Philip Rosen; Cameraman: James C. Van Trees; Adaption/Screenwriter: June Mathis; Editor: Unknown; Art Direction: Unknown; Costumes: Natacha Rambova. Cast: Rudolph Valentino (Amos Judd); Wanda Hawley (Molly Cabot); Jack Giddings (Austin Slade); Joseph Swickard (Narada). Based on John Ames Mitchell's novel Amos Judd. A complete print of this film is believed to be lost. DVD available here. Rudolph Valentino and His 88 American Beauties (1923)- Selznick Pictures. Included as an extra on the Sheik/Son of the Sheik image DVD, now out of print. DVD available here. Monsieur Beaucaire (1924) - Famous Players-Lasky/Paramount. Director: Sidney Olcott; Cameraman: Harry Fishbeck; Adaptor: Forrest Halsey; Editor: Patricia Rooney; Art Director: Natacha Rambova; Costume Designer: Unknown. Cast: Rudolph Valentino (Duc de Chartres/Beaucaire); Bebe Daniels (Princesse Henriette); Lowell Sherman (King of France); Lois Wilson (Queen of France); Doris Kenyon (Lady Mary); Ian McLaren (Duke of Winterset). Based on Booth Tarkington's novel Monsieur Beaucaire. DVD available here. A Sainted Devil* (1924) - Famous Players-Lasky/Paramount. Director: Joseph Henabery; Cameraman: Harry Fishbeck; Adaption: Forrest Halsey; Editor: Unknown; Art Direction: Unknown; Dress Designer: Unknown. Cast: Rudolph Valentino (Don Alonzo de Castro); Nita Naldi (Carlotta); Helen D'Arcy (Julietta Valdez); Dagmar Godowsky (Dona Florencia). Based on Rex Beach's Rope's End published in Cosmopolitan, May, 1913. Note: Only a few seconds of footage are known to exist. Cobra (1925) - Ritz-Carlton Productions/Paramount. Director: Joseph Henabery; Cameramen: J.D. Jennings, Harry Fishbeck; Screenwriter: Anthony Coldeways; Editor: unknown; Art Direction: William Cameron Menzies; Dress Designer: Gilbert Adrian. Cast: Rudolph Valentino (Count Torriani); Nita Naldi (Elise Van Zile); Casson Fergusson (Jack Dorning); Gertrude Olmstead (Mary Drake). Adapted from Martin Brown's play Cobra. DVD-R available here. The Eagle (1925) - United Artists. Director: Clarence Brown; Cameramen: George Barnes, Dev Jennings; Titles: George Marion, Jr.; Screenwriter: Hans Kraly; Editor: Hal C. Kern; Art Director: William Cameron Menzies; Costumes: Gilbert Adrian. Cast: Rudolph Valentino (Vladimir Dubrovsky); Vilma Banky (Mascha Troekouroff); Louise Dresser (Empress Catherine the Great); Albert Conti (General Kuschka). Based on Pushkin's novel Dubrovsky. The Eagle is available on many different DVDs some of varying quality. A blu-ray release by KINO Studio Classics is available here. The Son of the Sheik (1926) - United Artists. Director: George Fitzmaurice; Cameraman: George Barnes; Titles: George Marion, Jr.; Adaption by: Frances Marion, Fred de Gresac; Editor: Hal C. Kern; and Art Director: William Cameron Menzies. Cast: Rudolph Valentino (Ahmed/Old Sheik); Vilma Banky (Yasmin); George Fawcett (Andre); Agnes Ayres (Diana); Montague Love (Gabah the Moor). Based on E.M. Hull's The Sons of the Sheik. DVD-R of combo Sheik and Son of the Sheik. Blu-Ray available here.