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Natalie Wood, 1958

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flowersforophelia:

Stills from “A Princess of the Desert”, in the May 1914 issue of “Motion Picture Magazine”.

For a sec, I thought it read A Princess of the Dessert. I would LOVE to see that ;)

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manos-the-hands-of-fate:

"The Day the Earth Stood Still" (1951)

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Hey there! The “Woodrow Wilson killed Florence La Badie” rumors are so silly that I had to respond with silliness. You like?

You can read a debunking here:

http://www.lilaclane.com/florence-labadie/record.htm

Fun Size Review: The Lost World (1925)

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More fun than a barrel of lizards! This is one of the grandest special effects fests of the silent era. The plot involves a group of intrepid scientists who discover dinosaurs on a remote plateau. The talent includes Lewis Stone, Lloyd Hughes, Wallace Beery and Bessie Love plus a zany monkey but, let’s face it, we are here for the dinos and they do not disappoint. Ideal for the young and young…

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kwdayboise:

I always think of the men as the greatest acting actors in the Golden Age. Humphrey Bogart is at the top. Walter Brennan is in the group, playing an incredible range of characters. Compare Sergeant York and To Have and Have Not. The most intense was Peter Lorre. He tends to be written off because of the voice and the google eyes, but few actors have poured their souls more completely into their parts.

kwdayboise:

I always think of the men as the greatest acting actors in the Golden Age. Humphrey Bogart is at the top. Walter Brennan is in the group, playing an incredible range of characters. Compare Sergeant York and To Have and Have Not. The most intense was Peter Lorre. He tends to be written off because of the voice and the google eyes, but few actors have poured their souls more completely into their parts.

greatgdean:

 Lillian Russell 1890’s

I am so digging these lapels.

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"Two Edwardian women fencing, 1908."

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Mabel Normand, 1910s

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