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The Hungarian Rhapsody - Vilma Banky

Vilma Banky began her acting career in 1919 in Hungary. She was brought to the United States by Samuel Goldwyn in 1925 and was called “The Hungarian Rhapsody”. 144 more words

Silent Era

"Champagne From a Slipper: When Fandom Was Acceptably Male," by Veronica Horwell

Curator’s Note: This piece was submitted directly as a response to a post I wrote on my personal blog, and it offers a wonderfully compelling history of modern, gendered fandom. 883 more words

Throwback Trailer: Harum Scarum (1965)

American singer Johnny Tyrone is enlisted by sinister forces to assassinate an Arab king whose daughter he has fallen in love with.

Throwback Trailer

“People come and go in our lives. Its very important to spend time with those around you that matter the most”..–Rudolph Valentino

1925 - Valentinos ticket

Rudolph Valentino, screen actor who has been caught speeding before may have a jail sentence meted out when he answers a charge of speeding before Justice Marchettl next Tuesday. 31 more words

1 Sep 1925 - Norm Kerry Owes Chicago Tailor

Edward Schmidt, a local tailor, has brought suit against Norman Kerry, screen actor and friend to Rudolph Valentino for $366.36. He charges that Kerry owes him this money for four years for clothes he made for him and refuses to pay it.