Buster Keaton’s “The Frozen North” (1922)

Buster Keaton’s “The Frozen North” (1922)

Buster Keaton in “The Frozen North” (1922)

whataboutbobbed:

a dancing company has turned the roof of their theatre into a beach where they are taking turns watering each other with fresh water on July 22, 1929 in New York City

whataboutbobbed:

a dancing company has turned the roof of their theatre into a beach where they are taking turns watering each other with fresh water on July 22, 1929 in New York City

"Day Dreams" (1922)

"Day Dreams" (1922)

saisonciel:

Betty Compson, 1922

saisonciel:

Betty Compson, 1922

Constance Talmadge and her ridiculously cute face in “East Is West” (1922)  dir. by Sydney Franklin

This was considered a lost film for decades until a copy was found in the Netherlands in 2005. It has been restored although about 13 minutes of it were damaged beyond restoration, the gaps have been filled in with explanatory title cards.


Buster Keaton’s “The Frozen North” (1922)

Buster Keaton’s “The Frozen North” (1922)

hauntedbystorytelling:

Luisa Casati :: in costume “Regina della notte”, designed by Léon Bakst, 1922

hauntedbystorytelling:

Luisa Casati :: in costume “Regina della notte”, designed by Léon Bakst, 1922


Rudolph Valentino in Beyond the Rocks, 1922

Rudolph Valentino in Beyond the Rocks, 1922

Constance Talmadge has fun with food in “East Is West” (1922)

"East Is West" was considered a lost film until 2005, when a copy was discovered in The Netherlands which has been subsequently restored.  Irving Thalberg dated Miss Talmdage (before he married Norma Shearer), and was very smitten with her.

Poor Harold and his shrunken suit…………………Grandma’s Boy (1922)

Rudolph Valentino in Beyond the Rocks (1922).

Constance Talmadge and her ridiculously cute face in “East Is West” (1922)  dir. by Sydney Franklin

This was considered a lost film for decades until a copy was found in the Netherlands in 2005. It has been restored although about 13 minutes of it were damaged beyond restoration, the gaps have been filled in with explanatory title cards.

kittypackards:

Mary Pickford in Tess of the Storm Country (1922)

kittypackards:

Mary Pickford in Tess of the Storm Country (1922)


"Grandma’s Boy" (1922)

"Grandma’s Boy" (1922)