chaplinfortheages:

Composer John Philip Sousa, hands over his baton to Charlie Chaplin - 1916.
Though 27 years old, Charlie Chaplin looks like a teenager.

chaplinfortheages:

Composer John Philip Sousa, hands over his baton to Charlie Chaplin - 1916.

Though 27 years old, Charlie Chaplin looks like a teenager.

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

"Take A Chance" (1918)

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

"Take A Chance" (1918)

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

Bebe Daniels and Harold Lloyd are robbed by pickpockets in “Young Mr. Jazz” (1919)

marypickfords:

Mary Pickford in In The Bishop’s Carriage (1913)

marypickfords:

Mary Pickford in In The Bishop’s Carriage (1913)


Buster Keaton with Alice Lake and Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle in Coney Island (1917)

Buster Keaton with Alice Lake and Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle in Coney Island (1917)

chaplinfortheages:

1919 - Charlie Chaplin shows the Bishop of Birmingham how he gets into his tramp persona.


Harold Lloyd assists schoolgirls in purchasing corsets - Here Come The Girls (1918)

Harold Lloyd assists schoolgirls in purchasing corsets - Here Come The Girls (1918)

saisonciel:

Anna Pavlova and Alexandre Volinine by Mishkin, c. 1915

saisonciel:

Anna Pavlova and Alexandre Volinine by Mishkin, c. 1915

sydneyflapper:

Olive Thomas - one of the better publicity stills I’ve seen for her. It dates to her time with Triangle, so c.1916-17

sydneyflapper:

Olive Thomas - one of the better publicity stills I’ve seen for her. It dates to her time with Triangle, so c.1916-17

wehadfacesthen:

Rudolph Valentino in A Society Sensation  (Paul Powell, 1918)

Lily Elsie 


Marion Morgan dancers pose as forest nymphs, titled ‘Summer’. Featured in Theatre Magazine, 1918

Marion Morgan dancers pose as forest nymphs, titled ‘Summer’. Featured in Theatre Magazine, 1918


Bebe Daniels and Harold Lloyd, as his “Lonesome Luke” character.  c. 1910s

Bebe Daniels and Harold Lloyd, as his “Lonesome Luke” character.  c. 1910s



The Rolin Film Company, founded by Hal Roach in the Bradbury Mansion at the corner of Court Street and Hill Street in Los Angeles - 1915
Harold Lloyd started his climb to fame at this studio.  It was so drafty, that he dubbed it “Pneumonia Hall”. Sadly, it was demolished in 1929.

The Rolin Film Company, founded by Hal Roach in the Bradbury Mansion at the corner of Court Street and Hill Street in Los Angeles - 1915

Harold Lloyd started his climb to fame at this studio.  It was so drafty, that he dubbed it “Pneumonia Hall”. Sadly, it was demolished in 1929.

c0lorvintage:

Colorized photo of Bebe Daniels c. 1910s
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c0lorvintage:

Colorized photo of Bebe Daniels c. 1910s

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