In a 1970 audio interview, Mary Miles Minter recalls going to the mortuary in 1922 to see William Desmond Taylor's body, after he had been killed.
In a 1970 audio interview, Mary Miles Minter recalls visiting Mabel Normand on February 2, 1922, on the morning that silent film director William Desmond Taylor had been found murdered.
In a 1986 interview, former LAPD detective William Cahill recalls the 1922 William Desmond Taylor murder case.
The Kiss is a 1914 short silent film starring William Desmond Taylor and Margaret Gibson (also known as Patricia Palmer).
Very brief clip from The Quakeress, a 1913 short silent film starring William Desmond Taylor and Louise Glaum.
A film tour of the Thomas Ince Studio includes brief contemporary film footage of the exterior of Douglas MacLean's home, which was in the same bungalow court as Taylor's home; the footage can be found between 9:50 and 10:00.