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.

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

Harold is very confused about animal species - "Among Those Present" (1921)


"Haunted Spooks" (1920)

"Haunted Spooks" (1920)

marypickfords:

Mary chats with Doug on the wireless while filming Tess of the Storm Country in 1922.

marypickfords:

Mary chats with Doug on the wireless while filming Tess of the Storm Country in 1922.

treadmill-to-oblivion:

On this date, August 18, 1920 the 19th Amendment was ratified. Here we see Mary Pickford, “America’s Sweetheart” keeping up on the news.

treadmill-to-oblivion:

On this date, August 18, 1920 the 19th Amendment was ratified. Here we see Mary Pickford, “America’s Sweetheart” keeping up on the news.
saisonciel:

Pola Negri in The Cheat (1923)

saisonciel:

Pola Negri in The Cheat (1923)


"Move On" (1917)

"Move On" (1917)

chaplinfortheages:

The ending of “THE CIRCUS” (1928) - my favorite ending of all his films.  

chaplinfortheages:

The ending of “THE CIRCUS” (1928) - my favorite ending of all his films.  

The Freshman - (1925)

Harold Lloyd and Jobyna Ralston

Hot Water (1924)


Harold Lloyd - "I’m On My Way" (1919)

Harold Lloyd - "I’m On My Way" (1919)

beejweir:

Charlie Chaplin chicken, from The Gold Rush (1925)

beejweir:

Charlie Chaplin chicken, from The Gold Rush (1925)

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

“The Phantom Of The Opera” (1925)


“Speedy” (1928)

“Speedy” (1928)