The Man Without a Country (1917)

a 1917 American silent film adaptation of Edward Everett Hale's short story The Man Without a Country. It was directed by Ernest C. Warde, and starred Florence La Badie, Holmes Herbert, and J. H. Gilmour.
Convicted in a revolutionary conspiracy, a man rashly states that he wishes never again to hear the name of the United States of America...

The Man from Beyond (1922)

Harry Houdini as a man found frozen in arctic ice who is brought back to life. Directed by Burton L. King.

The Bat (1926)

Directed by Roland West starring George Beranger, Charles Herzinger and Emily Fitzroy. Sets designed by William Cameron Menzies. A criminal who dresses like a bat, intent on finding hidden money, scares the guests at an old, dark house rented by a mystery writer.

The Eagle (1925)

Based on a Pushkin novel. Directed by Clarence Brown and starring Rudolph Valentino, Vilma Bánky, and Louise Dresser. The film is about a lieutenant in the Russian army who catches the eye of Czarina Catherine II. After he rejects her advances and flees, she puts out a warrant for his arrest, dead or alive. When he learns that his father has been persecuted and killed, he dons a black mask and becomes an outlaw.

Merry-Go-Round (1923)

A 1923 American film directed by Erich von Stroheim (uncredited) and his replacement, Rupert Julian, starring Norman Kerry and Mary Philbin. Music by Edward Boensnes.
Pre WWI Vienna is the setting for this love triangle. A nobleman, posing as a necktie salesman, falls in love with the daughter of a circus puppeteer, even though he is already married to the daughter of his country's war minister.