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8 Nov 1925 - With Producers & Players

RUDOLPH VALENTINO’S new offering, “The Eagle,” is the film feature at the Mark Strand this week. Mr. Valentino intends to be present at the opening performance at 2 o’clock today. 110 more words

The Art of Dress: Kate Moss as the Painted Lady, W Magazine, March 2015

In this month’s issue of W Magazine, Kate Moss stars as “The Painted Lady,” modeling a stunning array of Spring 2015 Couture for photographer Paolo Roversi. 99 more words

Haute Couture

The Eagle (1925) - A Silent Russian Robin Hood Romance

Rudolph Valentino will always be remembered for The Sheik, where he abducts a European woman and carries her off to his tent in the desert. 895 more words

Romance

Rudolph Valentino blogathon: The Son of the Sheik (dir. George Fitzmaurice, 1926)

“Like Garbo, Valentino never made a really great picture. Perhaps the two most magnetic movie-names of all time, these two personalities don’t have a single “classic” between them. 2,267 more words

Silent Film

Mineralava Tour of 1923

Welcome to Rudolph Valentino Blogathon hosted by Timeless Hollywood. My contribution is the Mineralava Tour of 1923.

So the year was 1923, and one of the biggest movie stars of the day, Rudolph Valentino was frustrated with the way he was treated by his studio Famous Players-Laskey. 668 more words

The Conquering Power

Charles Grandet (Rudolph Valentino) leads a care-free life in France. He is celebrating his birthday at a club and living it up. His father tells him he wants to send him to visit his uncle and cousin. 1,060 more words

Silent Era