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Yorke Film Corporation was a film company. The company's films were distrivuted by Metro Pictures. Fred J. Balshofer and Joseph Engel were involved with the company. Balshofer formed the company to produce films pairing the popular Harold Lockwood and May Allison. Lockwood died of influenza in 1918. The company relocated to Los Angeles and took over a studio from Nevada Film Company.
On December 2, 1916, May Allison was featured on the cover of Motography while she was part of Yorke Film Company.
Many of the films were shot on location.
- The Masked Rider (1916),
- Pidgin Island (1916),
- Big Tremaine (1916)
- Mister 44 (1916)
- The River of Romance (1916 film)
- Paradise Garden (1917)
- The Hidden Spring (1917)
- The Avenging Trail (1917)
- The Promise (1917)
- The Winding Trail (1918 film)
- The Landloper (1918)
- Lend Me Your Name (1918)
- Pals First (1918)
- Broadway Bill (1918 film)
- Shadows of Suspicion (1919)
- The Great Romance (film) (1919)
- A Man of Honor (1919)
- The Haunted Pajamas (1917), a follow-up to Hidden Spring
- The Promise (Yorke film)
- Under Handicap
- Broadway Bill
- The Square Deceiver
- The Hidden Spring
- One Reel a Week by Fred J. Balshofer, University of California Press (1967)
- "Silent Era : Progressive Silent Film List".
- Lussier, Tim (2018-10-17). "Bare Knees" Flapper: The Life and Films of Virginia Lee Corbin. ISBN 9781476634258.
- "The Moving Picture World". 1916.
- Balshofer, Fred J.; Miller, Arthur C. "One Reel a Week".
- "Yorke Film Corp".
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