Old Hollywood in Color Surpasses 10,000 Visits!!!

“Gosh, Miss Norma, you haven’t gotten this dressed up since we broke 5,000 hits.”

Norma Shearer in the lost film, EMPTY HANDS (1924).

“You see, Jack, I told you our blog passed 10,000 visits.”

Louis Wolheim and John Barrymore in TEMPEST (1928).

“Remember your promise to me if we broke 10,000 hits?”

Mary Philbin and Arthur Edmund Carewe in THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1925).

“This is even better than my wedding day!”

Mary Astor in the lost film THE SCARLET SAINT (1925).

“And I told them that they’d be lucky to get 100 hits.”

Director, writer, actor Erich von Stroheim, circa 1922.

“Conny, I think this wig has almost as many curls as our blog has had hits.”

Makeup artist Jack Pierce and Conrad Veidt on the set of THE MAN WHO LAUGHS (1928).

Published in: on March 23, 2012 at 1:56 PM  Leave a Comment  

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