Top 10 awesome movies like The Right to Happiness that you will enjoy watching

You just finished watching The Right to Happiness and you can't get over how good this movie was. Now you want to watch more of such masterpieces. We have curated a list of similar movies which are created by the likes of Allen Holubar, Dorothy Phillips and William Stowell . Here goes the list -

  1. The Breath of the Gods
  2. The Vagabond Prince
  3. Life's Whirlpool
  4. The Children in the House
  5. Motherhood: Life's Greatest Miracle
  6. The Married Virgin
  7. Up the Ladder
  8. Law of the Lawless
  9. Virtuous Wives
  10. Blue Jeans
  1. The Breath of the Gods

    The Breath of the Gods

    This movie, created by Rollin S. Sturgeon, Tsuru Aoki and Stanhope Wheatcroft, scores 6.2 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama

  2. The Vagabond Prince

    The Vagabond Prince

    Prince Tonio of Bothalia, a mythical kingdom in the Balkan Mountains, escapes an arranged marriage to Princess Athalia, the elderly daughter of a neighboring king. Filled with wanderlust, he becomes a sailor and goes to San Francisco where he becomes a member of a Bohemian artist colony. After Burton Randall, an artist friend, gets him a job as a Maitre D'Armes fencing instructor, Tonio meets a young singer from the Barbary Coast named Fluffy, falls in love with her, and rescues her from political boss Murphy who tries to seduce her. Later, an ambassador from Bothalia, Count Metropolski; arrives to tell Prince Tonio that his uncle has been assassinated and that he is now the sole heir to the throne. Tonio must decide between duty and love, and he chooses love, renouncing the throne.

    This movie, created by Charles Giblyn, H.B. Warner and Dorothy Dalton, scores 6.0 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama

  3. Life's Whirlpool

    Life's Whirlpool

    Miner-turned-dentist McTeague wins young Trina Sieppe away from her cousin Marcus, McTeague's friend. When Trina wins five thousand dollars in a lottery, Marcus accuses McTeague of marrying her for her money. Trina becomes more and more obsessed with money, refusing to spend any of her winnings even though she and her husband are forced into dire straits. When Marcus informs the authorities that McTeague is not licensed as a dentist, thus depriving him of his meager living, the friendship and the marriage are destroyed. At last murder intrudes, leaving no one unscathed.

    This movie, created by Barry ONeil, Holbrook Blinn and Walter Greene, scores 6.1 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama

  4. The Children in the House

    The Children in the House

    Roy Somerville has turned out a rather interesting story that will hold the interest of the majority of audiences as produced by the Triangle-Fine Arts Company. It is a five-reel feature and was produced under the direction of C.M. and S.S. Franklin, with Norma Talmadge as the star. Cora (Norma Talmadge) is wedded to Arthur Vincent (Eugene Pallette) and there are two children. Vincent is the son of the president of a bank and is devoting the greater part of his time to Jane Courtenay, a cabaret dancer, who is willing to have him devote his time to her as long as he is a good provider. The wife, who has been sadly neglected, turns to her sister, who is wedded to Fred Brown, a young detective. His brother Charles, who works in the elder Vincent's bank as a cashier, lives with them. He was Cora's first love and has never quite recovered from the fact that she jilted him to wed Vincent because of his money. The cabaret dancer makes several demands on the young Vincent, who tries to borrow money from his father to meet them; failing to receive the loan he agrees to aid several friends of the cabaret charmer to rob his father's bank. After the robbery Charles Brown is accused of the crime and arrested. But the robbers are discovered in their hiding place, and in escaping all but one is killed. Cora is left a widow and the natural supposition is that she and Charles were happily married afterward. Just where the title comes in is hard to say, but the picture while not one of the best that has been produced at the Fine Arts, is one that will get by because it will particularly appeal to women.

    This movie, created by Chester M. Franklin, Norma Talmadge and Alice Wilson, scores 4.5 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama

  5. Motherhood: Life's Greatest Miracle

    Motherhood: Life's Greatest Miracle

    Two women discover they are pregnant, and experience the anxiety, discomfort, fear, hope, and ultimate joy of pregnancy and motherhood. Both fathers encounter the parallel experiences of first-time fatherhood.

    This movie, created by Lita Lawrence, George E. Patton and Adelaide M. Chase, scores 5.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama

  6. The Married Virgin

    The Married Virgin

    An already engaged young woman is blackmailed into marrying a count in order to save her father from imprisonment.

    This movie, created by Joseph Maxwell, Vera Sisson and Rudolph Valentino, scores 5.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama

    You can watch this on Amazon Prime Video and Fubotv.

  7. Up the Ladder

    Up the Ladder

    Jane secretly funds her husband's company, and all goes well until success makes him stray.

    This movie, created by Edward Sloman, Virginia Valli and Forrest Stanley, scores 6.7 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama

  8. Law of the Lawless

    Law of the Lawless

    This movie, created by Victor Fleming, Dorothy Dalton and Charles de Rochefort, scores 4.4 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama

  9. Virtuous Wives

    Virtuous Wives

    The story of a happily married woman, Amy, who is greeted with temptation of riches beyond belief after her husband, Andrew, accepts a position at a Colorado Steel Mill.

    This movie, created by George Loane Tucker, Anita Stewart and Conway Tearle, scores 5.1 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama

  10. Blue Jeans

    Blue Jeans

    Perry Bascom comes to the town of Rising Sun, Indiana, to take charge of the sawmills which have for years been managed by his father's best friend, Col. Henry Clay Risener. His father's half-brother, Jack, has brought the name into disrepute in the town, so he (Perry) decides to be known as Jim Nelson. Perry sees June, who has been sent away from the poorhouse. He shares his lunch with her and protects her from the attentions of Ben Boone, the political bully of the town. June finds a home with old Jacob and Cindy Tutwiler, taking the place of their own daughter, whom Jacob had banished from home eighteen years before, and whose picture has been turned to the wall. Perry becomes the conservative candidate for Congress, opposing Ben Boone, who is the candidate of the liberal party. Perry asks June to marry him if he proves successful. Perry receives a call from Sue Eudaly, with whom he has gone through a marriage ceremony, but whom he left on finding she had a husband living. Her husband, Jim White, has disappeared, and she defies Perry to prove her previous marriage. She threatens to go to the rival candidate with her information, and Col. Risener, as Perry's campaign manager, buys her off. June is alarmed at the interest Sue shows in the man she loves, and Perry urges her to marry him at once, secretly. June continues to live with the Tutwilers. She has discovered that their daughter, who had married a hated Bascom, was her own mother, and that she is the granddaughter of Jacob and Cindy. Ben Boone has fallen in love with Sue, and his affection is returned. At the political rally June leads the village band, trying to drown out the voice of Boone when he harangues the crowd. The tide seems to be turning against Boone. Sue, deciding to explode a bomb in the camp of his opponents, takes her stand beside Perry and tells them he is a Bascom. She says she knows the wife he has deserted. June says that it is not true, since she herself is his wife. But the townspeople will not listen. They believe that he has deceived June, and refuse to believe anything good of a Bascom. The Tutwilers take June home with them and Perry is ordered to get out of town. Perry goes to the Tutwilers' to see June before he leaves. Sue is there. He denies that she is his wife, but she horrifies them all by saying that if Perry's father lured June's mother away from home. Perry and June are brother and sister. Cindy dispels that thought by producing a photograph of June's father. It is Jack Bascom, the half-brother of Perry's father, not a true Bascom by birth. Perry goes away to obtain proof of Sue Eudaly's husband, and June leaves the house, refusing to have anything to do with her grandfather until he retracts his insults to Perry. Ostracized by the townspeople, June lives in a humble cottage, where her child is born. Cindy goes to see the little one, but June will not permit Jacob to come until he admits that he is sorry. Perry at last returns with proof of Jim White's marriage to Sue. He seeks Boone at the mill. Boone cannot understand why Sue refuses to marry him. She finally tells him it is because she has a husband living, and that husband is Perry. Boone attacks Perry and overpowers him. Placing him on the log-carriage, he turns the great lever. He has locked June, who has followed her husband, inside the office. Then he and Sue make their escape. Through the glass door June watches her husband's body approaching the teeth of the saw. Breaking the glass of the door, she plunges out, and, reversing the lever just in time, saves Perry from the saw. Misfortune overtakes Sue and Boone, and with their baneful influence removed, June, Perry and the little one begin a happier life in the little town, with the love and respect of all.

    This movie, created by John H. Collins, Viola Dana and Robert Walker, scores 8.0 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama

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