Harold Lloyd and a slithery little friend - "Ring Up The Curtain" (1919)

adelphe:

Ok so here are the left over cigarette cards from my recent purchase. I figure if people want to like or reblog this post I will pick a random winner and send them to you in a week (7pm Thursday 30th January NZ time)

Gosh, these are gorgeous!

adelphe:

Ok so here are the left over cigarette cards from my recent purchase. I figure if people want to like or reblog this post I will pick a random winner and send them to you in a week (7pm Thursday 30th January NZ time)

Gosh, these are gorgeous!

Mickey Mouse is having a “Bad Ear Day” (2013)

alstjohn:

Al, Roscoe and Buster in BACK STAGE (1919)


My Humphrey Lee Haunted, who was born at Forest Lawn cemetery and named for Humphrey Bogart, who is buried there.

My Humphrey Lee Haunted, who was born at Forest Lawn cemetery and named for Humphrey Bogart, who is buried there.

Greta Garbo loves Mickey Mouse in “Mickey’s Gala Premiere” (1933)

anightmarefantasmic:

Continuing my newest tradition of using Disney Store bags as giftwrap this year!

anightmarefantasmic:

Continuing my newest tradition of using Disney Store bags as giftwrap this year!

Buster Keaton’s “The Saphead” (1920)

Sorry for the lag in posting, you guys……..

A site I’ve been on for seven years was sold to another (lame) company and is having the plug puiled on it fairly soon, and I’ve been saving pages, photos, gifs, tons and tons of stuff and it’s taking up a lot of my time - hopefully I will be back soon!  My cats are probably getting their own blog on here soon, because their internet home is going bye bye.  Suxxxxxx!  =^..^=   It’s kind of a big deal and I’m surprised the media hasn’t done a big story on it - I mean, if you can’t succeed with cats and social media, you really shouldn’t even be in business…….

Harold is trapped in a laundry truck!  “Safety Last” (1923)

desalmado89:

Buster Keaton, One Week, 1920.

desalmado89:

Buster Keaton, One Week, 1920.


"Safety Last" (1923)

"Safety Last" (1923)

Betty Boop loses her top while Bimbo loses his heart in “Any Rags” (1932) - Max Fleischer

A Pre-code cartoon - after the Hays Code went into effect in 1934, Betty’s image changed and the Fleischer Brothers were forced to depict her in skirts below the knees and as a much more demure character.

cookiecarnival:

Thru the Mirror (1936)

photomusik:

Glenn Gould, 1950s

photomusik:

Glenn Gould, 1950s