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That's A Wrap: Program for "Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse," 1921

by Paul R. Spitzzeri

This year marks the centennial of America’s entry into what was then called the Great War, and then later World War I. 1,061 more words

Paul R. Spitzzeri

Week of October 7th, 1916

One hundred years ago this week, summer vacations were over and actors were telling Grace Kingsley about their time off. Douglas Fairbanks chatted with her and she wrote: 722 more words

Feb 1924

June Mathis, Screen Writer and Producer sailed for Rome, Italy today to start work on the movie “Ben Hur”.

“Rudolph Valentino was an artist whose place will be impossible to fill, just as it will be impossible to fill the empty place in our hearts, caused by his death. 10 more words

Apr 1932 - My Strange Experiences at Valentino’s Grave

A movement is being launched in Hollywood to erect a new memorial to Rudolph Valentino. It will take the form of a sarcophagus mausoleum in which Valentino is to be entombed. 4,198 more words