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Carla Laemmle, a link to Old Hollywood

Carla Laemmle in the 1931 movie Dracula

Carla Laemmle, an actress whose screen career began in the silent era, died on June 12 at the age of 104. 57 more words


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Carla Laemmle, the First Voice of Horror, Passes at 104.

Carla Laemmle, the legendary silent film actress, died last Thursday at the age of 104.

Born October 20, 1909, Carla Laemmle was an American actress of German and Jewish decent and also the niece of “Universal Pictures” studio founder Carl Laemmle. 321 more words


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“Among the rugged peaks that frown down upon the Borgo Pass are found crumbling castles of a bygone age …. “

This is the first line of dialogue delivered in Bela Lugosi’s 1931 film Dracula by actress Carla Laemmle who was one of the last links to a time so long ago – Silent Hollywood.

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Silent Era

Taking A Moment To Remember Carla Laemmle (1909-2014)

We usually assume, not unreasonably, that everyone directly connected with the silent era is long gone.  The only exception might be a few child actors/actresses who worked in the late ’20s.   509 more words

Carla Laemmle


In memoriam  Carla Laemmle, a reprint of “Tod Browning’s Dracula (1931).” Carla Laemmle, Actress and Niece of Universal Studios Founder, Dies at 104 The Hollywood Reporter June 13, 2014 One of the last links to Hollywood’s silent-film era, she appeared in ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ and spoke the first line in Bela Lugosi’s ‘Dracula.’ … 2,667 more words

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Remembering Carla Laemmle (1909–2014)

“If I should live to be a hundred, I should always hear the superhuman cry of grief and rage which he uttered when the terrible sight appeared before my eyes…” 1,684 more words