Constance Talmadge – Film’s First Heroine
Background D.W. Griffith’s 1916 masterpiece, Intolerance, is a marvel of nonlinear narrative, innovative film editing, eye-popping sets and great acting.
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The Belle of New York (1952)
Film Title: The Belle of New York Year: 1952 Studio: Metro Goldwyn Mayer Silent or Talkie: Talkie Genre: Musical Starring:
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Ruggles of Red Gap (1935)
Film Title: Ruggles of Red Gap Year: 1935 Studio: Paramount Pictures Silent or Talkie: Talkie Genre: Comedy Starring: Charles Laughton
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What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)
Film Title: What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? Year: 1962 Studio: Warner Brothers Silent or Talkie: Talkie Genre: Suspense/Thriller Starring:
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Lucy at the Movies
We knew her as television’s redheaded spitfire. As Lucy Ricardo, she accomplished what most of us only conjure. But the
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The Influence of German Expressionism
All artists, be they painters or musicians, have likely been influenced by the work of another. Rarely does one create
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