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Oh, I’ve been wanting to see this badly. God knows I love restored silent films; especially if they are with Pola Negri. She looks so beautiful in this one because this is she is the exotic European Pola before she started to really blend in 20’s fashions. 267 more words

Pola Negri


Curro Vargas

After my work in Ahead Galleria, I decided to visit and watch the Silent Film Festival sponsored by Instituto Cervantes de Manila which is my present school today. 117 more words



Tramp, Tramp, Tramp (1926), directed by Harry Edwards, was slapstick comedian Harry Langdon‘s first feature for First National. The star was at the height of his meteoric rise and, unknown to him, was a mere year away from his sudden fall.  417 more words

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Lubitsch depicts English history: a hamster king who behaves like a dick

I had just to do it again. I borrowed more movies from the library….and I haven’t even watched them yet. Instead, I watched a film directed by Ernst Lubitsch, the one and only. 576 more words


Call Of Cthulhu confirmed for #LUCFEST Opening Night

“A dying professor’s strange bequest leads his nephew on a globe-spanning investigation to unravel a twisted knot of fear, madness, nameless cults and horrors best left unknown.” 107 more words



It has been said the greatest tragedy of silent film is that its era was too brief. It seems Hollywood belatedly agreed with this assessment when they named  611 more words

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It was a miraculous morning today. I awoke with Tchaikovsky’s “Pas De Deux” from The Nutcracker stuck in my head. I remembered how much I love that classical tune. 1,025 more words