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Buster Keaton and Marceline Day, The Cameraman, 1928

“In the last scene the girl and I walked up Lower Broadway. She kept telling me how everybody admired me. Suddenly the windows on all floors of the skyscrapers we’re passing open, and ticker tape and confetti by the bale are thrown out. Believing the acclaim is for me, I bow and blow kisses at all my admirers. But the last shot of the picture reveals that the excited welcome is really for a man riding right behind us, a fellow named Lindbergh who had just made a solo flight over the Atlantic Ocean.”

~Buster Keaton in My Wonderful World of Slapstick

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Barbara LaMarr cover of Photoplay magazine, April 1923

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Barbara LaMarr cover of Photoplay magazine, April 1923

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Gloria Swanson was as famous for her elaborate costumes as she was for her film roles. Here’s an example of why - her fabulous headwear throughout the years.

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What Do Men Want?, 1921
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Buster Keaton in “Sherlock, Jr.”, (1924)

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Buster Keaton in “Sherlock, Jr.”, (1924)

Miss Lillian Gish in “Orphans In The Storm”, 1921
Director:  D.W. Griffith

Miss Lillian Gish in “Orphans In The Storm”, 1921

Director:  D.W. Griffith