The Kiss (1914 film)
|Directed by||Ulysses Davis|
|Written by||Marc Edmund Jones (story)|
William Desmond Taylor
Directed by Ulysses Davis, the screenplay was based on a story by Marc Edmund Jones. Long thought to have been a lost film, a copy was found and put on YouTube. The film is the only known surviving film in which director William Desmond Taylor appears as an actor. In 1964 Taylor's co-star Margaret Gibson, shortly before her death, reportedly confessed to having murdered him in 1922.