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.

silentfilmfans:

Clara Bow

silentfilmfans:

Clara Bow

sydneyflapper:

Natalie Kingston, a Wampas baby star of 1927

sydneyflapper:

Natalie Kingston, a Wampas baby star of 1927

viciouslyvivacious:

Clara Bow for Kid Boots, photo by Eugene Richee (1926)
thehystericalsociety:

By the Ford - c. 1920s - (Via)

thehystericalsociety:

By the Ford - c. 1920s - (Via)

Betty Compson - c. 1920s

Happy birthday (March 19th, 1897 - April 18th, 1973)


Alice White - c. 1920s

Alice White - c. 1920s

marypickfords:

Clara Bow in The Plastic Age (1925)

vintagegal:

Joan Crawford c. 1925 (via)

vintagegal:

Joan Crawford c. 1925 (via)

sydneyflapper:

Why thank you, Purple Clad Santa!

sydneyflapper:

Why thank you, Purple Clad Santa!

Buster Keaton’s “The Saphead” (1920)


Harold Lloyd hates second hand smoke - “Girl Shy” (1924)

Harold Lloyd hates second hand smoke - “Girl Shy” (1924)


Another flapper is checked off the list - “Girl Shy” (1924)

Another flapper is checked off the list - “Girl Shy” (1924)

xezene:

Louise Brooks

bettybooplover:

Ub Iwerks Flip the Frogs Flapper Girlfriend in “Funny Face” (1933)

First person to draw Betty Boop “Grim Natwick" who also classed himself as the creator of Betty Boop drew this character for the Flip the Frog cartoons. The character’s look was based on Betty Boop’s. In the opening credits Flip the Frog can be seen “Booping”.  In the new release of Funny Face all of her curls have been cut off and her head looks nothing like it did in the original.