I'm not going to do a true Photo ID Guide on these because not only am I pretty sure there are more from this set than I have, but I don't even know if everything I have is from the same set!
I actually picked these up from a fellow eBay seller who had, I think, incorrectly labeled them Kromo Gravure cards and was kind enough to link to my Kromo Gravure Photo ID Guide in the listing. I guess they could be issued by Kromo Gravure, but not in any of the four boxed sets or other variation sets that I've come across over the past decade or so. Unfortunately I acquired them loose, no box to identify them like the Kromos come housed in. The cards are similar in size to the Kromo Gravure cards at approximately 2" X 3-3/8" and similar in look to the No Borders set.
But the film stars depicted seem to be from a slightly earlier grouping of stars. A Witzel photography credit on one card seemed to carry a year, but even holding it under a magnifying lens I can only say that I think it says 1917. One of the stars included in the set, Arthur V. Johnson, died in January 1916. My gut tells me it's a 1915 set, but I'm going to go by the date I think I saw on the one card and call them 1917.
I listed 16 of these at auction on eBay, the other 34 with Buy it Now prices of mostly $5.50-$6.00 - I'll list them to the Immortal Ephemera Store as soon as those 16 auctions end. For now you can purchase them all on eBay.
Also, since I won't be giving these their own traditional Photo ID Guide, I've embedded a gallery immediately below showing off all 50 of the ones I picked up. Enjoy them!
PS: Speaking of Photo ID Guides I noticed that the T83-1A Schinasi Brothers Egyptian Prettiest guide wasn't showing up right on the site (images were not visible). I've corrected this by creating a new Guide for those cards. You can see the Egyptian Prettiest Photo ID Guide here.
Gallery of Circa 1915-17 Kromo-like Trading Cards
Just click on any image to open to full size and from there you can scroll through 25 cards at a time. See the page numbering just below the gallery to move to the second page of 25 images, etc.