Taming of the Shrew

Role: Katherine
Co-stars: Douglas Fairbanks, Edwin Maxwell, Dorothy Jordan, Joseph Cawthorn, Clyde Cook, Geoffrey Wardwell
Prod/Dist Co: The Elton Corporation, The Pickford Corporation/United Artists
Director: Sam Taylor
Screenwriter: Sam Taylor, adapted from the play by William Shakespeare
Cinematographer: Karl Struss
Art Decorators: William Cameron Menzies and Laurence Irving
Editor: Allen McNeil
Produced by Mary Pickford

Original review from  Variety  (Dec. 4, 1929):

A money picture, easily, for it’s worth 75 cents for anyone to see Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks do this kind of stuff in a vastly extravagant burlesque of Bill Shakespeare’s best laugh. The two stars often turn that into a howl. … As this was built for laughs only and gets them, nothing else matters. For laughs get money, and besides the laughs you have Mary Pickford, with Douglas Fairbanks – and Shakespeare at last!

The Gaucho

Role: Our Lady of the Shrine (cameo)
Stars: Douglas Fairbanks, Lupe Velez, Joan Barclay
Prod/Dist Co: The Elton Corporation/United Artists
Director: F. Richard Jones
Screenwriter: Douglas Fairbanks (as Elton Thomas)

The Black Pirate

Role: Princess Isobel in Final Embrace (uncredited cameo)
Stars: Douglas Fairbanks, Billie Dove, Anders Randolf
Prod/Dist Co: The Elton Corporation/United Artists
Director: Albert Parker
Screenwriter: Jack Cunningham, story by Douglas Fairbanks