Ivor Novello and June in “The Lodger: A Story Of The London Fog” (1927)
Natalie Kingston, a Wampas baby star of 1927
Joan Crawford as a parachuting witch on the cover of "Mid-Week Pictorial." (Oct. 1927)
The original caption reads…
A Modern Witch of Hallowe’en: She Uses a Parachute to Make a Forced Descent After Losing Her Grip on the Broom Which Witches Ride Through the Air.
For the Witch of 1927 Is the Resourceful Joan Crawford, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Movie Star, and She Knows Her Parachutes.
Ann Pennington (December 23, 1893 – November 4, 1971) teaches Felix The Cat the Black bottom dance, in the January 1927 issue of Photoplay
Raquel Torres, Edna Murphy, Corliss Palmer, Laura Plant, Jeanette Loff and Ruth Elder in 1927, Fashion Parade
The Kid Brother (1927)
“‘MAYBELLINE,’ as though by magic, would make a wonderful difference in your attractiveness. Try it and see! Instantly, your lashes will appear naturally long, dark and luxuriant. And your eyes will become expressive deep shadowy pools of enchanting loveliness.”
Irene Rich for Maybelline mascara. Photoplay, July 1927