Gloria Swanson was a star in the 1910’s when she performed slapstick with Mack Sennett and Charlie Chaplin and became the Hollywood’s glamour star of the 1920’s. 43 more words
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The year was 1914.
Mack Sennett had been making movies for six years, first for the Biograph Co. where he worked with D.W. Griffith and then for a movie production company he helped create which would make him famous, the Keystone Film Co. 1,131 more words
Harry Sweet, the comedic actor, director and early innovator of the “slow burn” comedy routines that made performers like Edgar Kennedy eagerly sought for film shorts, had a career that could have achieved greatness if he hadn’t died tragically in a plane crash at the age of 32. 1,826 more words