Explore Gail Patrick, Old Hollywood, and more!

220px-Gail_Patrick_Argentinean_Magazine_corp.jpg (220×269)

Gail Patrick (June 1911 – July was an American film actress. After retiring from acting she became, as Gail Patrick Jackson, executive producer of the Perry Mason television series

Conrad Veidt as Gwynplaine, the ‘Laughing Man’, in the 1928 silent film, The Man Who Laughs - Directed by German expressionist filmmaker Paul Leni.

atomic-flash: “ Conrad Veidt as Gwynplaine, the ‘Laughing Man’, in the 1928 silent film, The Man Who Laughs - Directed by German expressionist filmmaker Paul Leni.

Vestida para uma Odori, 1920  A Geiko (Geisha) em traje para um Odori (dança), como uma garota do campo, fumando um cachimbo e carregando uma cesta de flores nas costas.

Dressed for an Odori A Geiko (Geisha) in costume for an Odori (Dance) as a country girl, smoking a pipe and carrying a basket of flowers on her back.people working with Basket . # at work Basket# Flower Basket

bartleby-company:  Harald Kreutzberg, Berlin, 1920s. Photo by Lisi Jessen. "Why no, I'm not frightened. Why do you ask?"

bartleby-company: Harald Kreutzberg, dancer and choreographer, Berlin, Photo by Lisi Jessen.

Annette Marie Sarah Kellerman (7/6/1886 - 11/6/1975) was an Australian professional swimmer, vaudeville star, film actress & writer. She appeared in one of the last films made in Prizma Color, Venus of the South Seas (1924), a U.S./New Zealand co-production where one reel of the 55-minute film was in color and underwater. Venus of the South Seas was restored by the Library of Congress in 2004 and is the only feature film starring Annette Kellerman known to exist in its complete form.

Annette Marie Sarah Kellerman (7/6/1886 - 11/6/1975) was an Australian professional swimmer, vaudeville star, film actress & writer. She appeared in one of the last films made in Prizma Color, Venus of the South Seas (1924), a U.S./New Zealand co-production where one reel of the 55-minute film was in color and underwater. Venus of the South Seas was restored by the Library of Congress in 2004 and is the only feature film starring Annette Kellerman known to exist in its complete form.

circa 1934: Dorothy Mackaill (1903 - 1990), the English film actress who starred in 'Bright Lights' and 'Hard to Get'. She was signed by First National. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

circa Dorothy Mackaill - the English film actress who starred in 'Bright Lights' and 'Hard to Get'. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Gail Patrick & a hat!

Film Actresses from Alabama Before 1960 Gail Patrick

Pinterest
Search