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A SMALL TOWN IDOL (1921): Ben returns home a Hollywood hero to attend the debut of his new smash Western at the Bijou. Stars Ben Turpin, Phyllis Haver, Ramon Navarro, Marie Prevost, Charlie Murray, Louise Fazenda, Jim Finlayson, Andy Clyde, Billy Bevan, The Mack Sennett Beauties; directed by Erle C. Kenton. DOCTORING A LEAK (1916): Disaster strikes when a plumber's assistant tries to fix a leak. Stars Ben Turpin; directed by Rube Miller. FLIVVERING (1917): Vic introduces his family to modern transportation
A Tour Of The Thomas H. Ince Studio (1920-1922): This fascinating documentary goes behind the scenes on the lot of the famed Thomas Ince Studio in its heyday. Scores of skilled draftsman, carpenters, and technicians are shown making their contributions to movie magic. Glimpses of Ince himself, sparring with a trainer on his lavish estate, seldom seen footage of the stars in their mansions are featured. The dress department turning out high couture gowns, rehearsing an explosion and the secrets behind
Louise Fazenda regularly disguised her natural beauty as she rose to stardom in a series of Keystone comedies, often playing a buck-toothed, bad-hair-day, country bumpkin. By the mid-twenties, she had contributed excellent character performances to The Bat (1925), The Babe Comes Home (1926), Noah's Ark (1928) and many others. She retired from films in 1939 after marrying producer Hal B. Wallis, and would dedicate her life to humanitarian and charitable work. Beautiful Mabel Normand was both a champion
A collection of four action classics from the earliest days of cinema. Mission of Mr. Foo and The Wild Engine are complete pieces. Mystery Of The Double Cross and Wolves Of Kultur were 15 chapter serials and this collection presents the most important complete surviving chapter of each. THE MISSION OF MR. FOO - Edison Co. (1915): From his mysterious headquarters, in the heart of Chinatown, a nefarious crime lord plots the overthrow of the Republic. Starring Carlton King, Gladys Hulette; directed by John H.
A collection of extremely rare silent short-subject including the remarkable ""Zampa,"" designed by William Cameron Menzies.
Lost Comedy Classics Of The Silent Screen (Silent) (DVD)
Marguerite Clark: America s Darling of Broadway and the Silent Screen
Behind The Scenes Of The Silent Screen (Black & White) (DVD)
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The single-screen movie theaters that punctuated small-town America's main streets and city neighborhoods since the 1920s are all but gone. The well-dressed throng of moviegoers has vanished; the facades are boarded. In "Silent Screens, " photographer Michael Putnam captures these once prominent cinemas in decline and transformation. His photographs of abandoned movie houses and forlorn marquees are an elegy to this disappearing cultural icon. In the early 1980s, Putnam began photographing closed theaters,
Black & White; Standard Screen; Silent - As directed by Fred Newmeyer, this 1928 outing stars Reginald Denny opposite Betsy Lee, the young woman who was then on her way to becoming his second wife....
Review the Silent Screen Commemorative Stamps and the character's history with this book issued by the U.S.Postal Service. This book has great pictures and brief biographies of such actors as Rudolph Valentino, Charlie Chaplin and Clara Bow. The book is 12" square, 56 pages and in original box. Please email me with any questions you may have and thank-you for shopping here at Something Wonderful.
Thrillers Of The Silent Screen [DVD New]Studio: ALPHA VIDEO DISTRIBUTORS Format: DVD MOD Release Date: 08 Oct 2013 Video Format: NTSC Region: 0 The Item is brand new and unplayed. If you check out and pay before 1PM Eastern (excluding weekend and holidays) we will prepare and ship out your order the same business day. Expected ship time may vary and is based on seller's order cut-off time.A collection of four action classics from the earliest days of cinema, including surviving episodes of long
Silent Lives: Classic Screen Moments encompasses the years 1903 to 1929. The clips range from the dramatic to the comedic, and feature some of the greatest stars in their most memorable roles. Each segment has been fitted with an evocative musical score; there is also a commentary track by film historian and author Lon Davis. Included on this disc are highlights from The Great Train Robbery (Edwin S. Porter, 1903), The Impossible Voyage (Georges Méliès, 1904), Intolerance (D.W. Griffith, 1916), The
Used, Average Condition. May Ship From Overseas, Free Upgrade to Priority Shipping. An indepth look at the silent films based on the writings of Edgar Rice Burroughs from The Lad and the Lion in 1917 to Tarzan the Tiger in...
In 1927, The Jazz Singer heralded a revolution in the moviemaking industry with the advent of synchronized sound in full-length motion pictures. While movie studios adapted their production facilities to accommodate the new technology and movie theatres converted to sound, filmmakers continued to produce silents, albeit in dwindling numbers. And though talkies would overtake the industry and the public's demand soon enough, the silent motion picture did not disappear immediately. The Last Silent Picture
Black & White; Standard Screen; Silent - The year is 1853 and Ralph Hartsook (Henry Hull) arrives in the Indiana town of Flat Creek to teach school. He boards with the Means family and becomes fast...
3 Color Screenprint - 18x24 - Signed and Numbered The Silent Giants Brownies 1 Cup Chris Everhart 1 Cup Ed Knight 1 Cup Brian Larson Mix thoroughly with The National, Animal Collective, Modest Mouse. Sprinkle with Sigur Ros, Bon Iver, and Wolf Parade. Mix ink, overprint, and repeat. Hand pull ingredients onto your choice of 100 lb. French Paper. Sign. Stamp. Chill for best results and good times. Serve for immediate freshness. Speak rarely, the posters will do the talking. 100% of the proceeds from Screens
Lost Silent Classics Collection: Thrills of the Silent Screen (Black & White) (DVD)
Based on the best-selling horror action game, Silent Hill stars Radha Mitchell (Man on Fire) as Rose, a desperate mother who takes her adopted daughter, Sharon, to the town of Silent Hill in an attempt to cure her of her ailment. After a violent car crash, Sharon disappears and Rose begins her desperate search to get her back. She descends into a fog of smoldering ash and into the center of the twisted reality of a town's terrible secret. Pursued by grotesquely deformed creatures and a townspeople stuck in
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