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Mickey

Mickey (DVD)

Mickey

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Lilian Gish  My  16 month old Granddaughter is Theodora Lillian Gish.. what a beautiful picture of her namesake

Lilian Gish My 16 month old Granddaughter is Theodora Lillian Gish.. what a beautiful picture of her namesake

The Eyes of the Mummy [DVD] [1922], 11331520

The Eyes of the Mummy [DVD] [1922]

The Eyes of the Mummy [DVD] [1922], 11331520

Buster Keaton~Fatty Arbuckle~Good Night Nurse~Poster~Silent~Photo~ 16" x  20"

Details about Buster Keaton~Fatty Arbuckle~Good Night Nurse~Poster~Silent~Photo~ 16" x 20"

Buster Keaton~Fatty Arbuckle~Good Night Nurse~Poster~Silent~Photo~ 16" x 20"

The Forbidden_City_1918

The Forbidden City 1918

The Forbidden_City_1918

After the Silents: The Great Race (1965) – Movies Silently

After the Silents: The Great Race (1965) – Movies Silently

z- Under Four Flags (Prop- Allied- WW1)

z- Under Four Flags (Prop- Allied- WW1)

M’Liss is a 1918 in film American silent film directed by Marshall Neilan, written by Frances Marion and based on a Bret Harte’s story. The film was made previously in 1915 and was rema…

M’Liss 1918

M’Liss is a 1918 in film American silent film directed by Marshall Neilan, written by Frances Marion and based on a Bret Harte’s story. The film was made previously in 1915 and was rema…

French movie poster, 1918.  Salomé is a silent film produced by William Fox and starring actress Theda Bara. The film is now considered to be lost.  Henri Langlois, a French film preservationist, said he had the opportunity to buy this film but dismissed it as Fox, Theda Bara, and American spectacle. He subsequently realized his lost chance and regretted prejudging films as worthy of preserving, deciding instead to preserve whatever film he was able to.

French movie poster, 1918. Salomé is a silent film produced by William Fox and starring actress Theda Bara. The film is now considered to be lost. Henri Langlois, a French film preservationist, said he had the opportunity to buy this film but dismissed it as Fox, Theda Bara, and American spectacle. He subsequently realized his lost chance and regretted prejudging films as worthy of preserving, deciding instead to preserve whatever film he was able to.