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film, fashion & frivolity: SILENT SIRENS: It's a Wrap!

The lovely ladies of Hollywood's Silent Era have some serious panache with headbands, scarves, turbans, tiaras--and just about any other .

February 22, 1964~ MAE MURRAY IN 1930--This is how actress   Mae Murray looked in 1930. A Woman who was   identified by Salvation Army officials and police as   silent film star Mae Murray is staying at a Salvation   Army shelter in West St. Louis. Police said they   found her wandering West St. Louis streets   yesterday and that they confirmed her identity   through checks with theatrical agencies in Los  Angeles and New York

Movie Still Photographs, Biography and Filmography of Silent Film Star Mae Murray

Mae Murray on the cover of Motion Picture magazine, 1924

Mae Murray on the cover of Motion Picture magazine, 1924

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Vintage Photo of the Day: 1928 William Haines, Marion Davies & Charlie Chaplin

bustermylove:  A possible Buster Keaton with Mae Murray performing a dance for the 1925 film, The Masked Bride. It’s considered a lost film so I guess we may never know.

bustermylove: Buster Keaton with Mae Murray performing a dance for the 1925 film, The Masked Bride. It’s considered a lost film.

Tear it Off by Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen.

Tear it Off by Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen.

Vanity fair, 1921. "created by one of the great American caricaturists of the Twenties: Ralph Barton, [depicting] (among others): Douglas Fairbanks, Marry Pickford, Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd, Bebe Daniels, Bill Hart, Wallace Reed, Gloria Swanson, Nazimova, Charlie Chaplin, Jackie Coogan, Fatty Arbuckle and the writer Rupert Hughes. Lording above them all, and represented simply by jodhpurs and riding boots, stands the founder of the feast - Cecil B. DeMille (and his brother)"

Vanity fair, 1921. "created by one of the great American caricaturists of the Twenties: Ralph Barton, [depicting] (among others): Douglas Fairbanks, Marry Pickford, Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd, Bebe Daniels, Bill Hart, Wallace Reed, Gloria Swanson, Nazimova, Charlie Chaplin, Jackie Coogan, Fatty Arbuckle and the writer Rupert Hughes. Lording above them all, and represented simply by jodhpurs and riding boots, stands the founder of the feast - Cecil B. DeMille (and his brother)"

The Chelsea block where silent films were made

The Chelsea block where silent films were made

Famous Players Studios, West Street, New York

Illustration for Oscar Wilde's 'Salome', 1927 by John Vassos. Art Deco. illustration

Page: Illustration for Oscar Wilde's 'Salome' Artist: John Vassos Completion Date: 1927 Place of Creation: United States Style: Art Deco

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