Harold Lloyd uses his hat to flirt adorably with a girl in Hey There - 1918

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

Bebe Daniels and Harold Lloyd play seesaw in “Take A Chance” (1918)

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

"Take A Chance" (1918)

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

"Take A Chance" (1918)


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

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

wehadfacesthen:

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


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

obligeme:

Good Night Nurse!, 1918, is a favourite with Buster fans for the scene in which he flirts with Roscoe(who is of course in drag), with much smiling and giggling and general silliness.  There are some funny moments like Roscoe lighting a cigarette in a policeman’s hat, and Buster’s crazed surgeon.  I’m sure Mel Brooks gathered a lot of info from this one, as it has his style.

saisonciel:

Mabel Normand in Mickey 
(Photo by Witzel, 1918)

saisonciel:

Mabel Normand in Mickey 

(Photo by Witzel, 1918)

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

Bebe Daniels - “Are Crooks Dishonest?” (1918)

mistermadam:

Charlie Chaplin and Douglas Fairbanks Selling Liberty Loans during the Third Loan Campaign at the Sub Treasury Building on Wall Street, New York City (1918)

mistermadam:

Charlie Chaplin and Douglas Fairbanks Selling Liberty Loans during the Third Loan Campaign at the Sub Treasury Building on Wall Street, New York City (1918)

librar-y:

Washington, D.C., circa 1918.

librar-y:

Washington, D.C., circa 1918.

"The Bluebird" (1918)

"The Bluebird" (1918)

"The Blue Bird" (1918)

"The Blue Bird" (1918)

"The Blue Bird" (1918)

"The Blue Bird" (1918)

"The Bluebird" (1918)

"The Bluebird" (1918)