Helen Kohn, Olive Ann Alcorn, Willie Mae Carson, Olive Burton and Charlie Chaplin - Sunnyside (1919)

Buster Keaton - The Haunted House (1921)


Harold Lloyd gets fresh with William Gillespie’s date - “High And Dizzy” (1920)

Harold Lloyd gets fresh with William Gillespie’s date - “High And Dizzy” (1920)

littleplasticthings:

The Magic Sword, 1901

littleplasticthings:

The Magic Sword, 1901

ithankyouarthur:

Lillian Gish in focus… photographed by Nicolai Felchin in costume for Romola in 1924

ithankyouarthur:

Lillian Gish in focus… photographed by Nicolai Felchin in costume for Romola in 1924

chaplinfortheages:

Charlie Chaplin in a rarely seen footage of what might have been a precursor (or rehearsal) to the 1918 never-released film How To Make Movies.

Note: This was shown in a French documentary called La Naissance de Charlot (released in 2013).

TCM also showed this on August 14th part of Charlie Chaplin’s 24 hour marathon - Summer Under the Stars.  

Title “How Chaplin became the Tramp” , TCM will be reshowing again on November 24th.

http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/2024963/Birth-of-the-Tramp-The/


Gloria Swanson in “Her Gilded Cage” (1922)

Gloria Swanson in “Her Gilded Cage” (1922)


"Battling Butler" (1926)

"Battling Butler" (1926)

ytry654:

Battling Butler (1926)

chaplinfortheages:


Eric Campbell, Charlie Chaplin & Edna Purviance in The Immigrant (1917)

chaplinfortheages:

Eric Campbell, Charlie Chaplin & Edna Purviance in The Immigrant (1917)

Harold Lloyd and his many faces  (c. 1910’s - 1920’s)

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

Harold Lloyd has mother-in-law problems in "Hot Water" (1924)


Gloria Swanson - 1927
Photo by Russell Ball

Gloria Swanson - 1927

Photo by Russell Ball

Buster Keaton’s “The Saphead” (1920)

Harold Lloyd’s Love Affair Number 16 - "Girl Shy" (1924)