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Do Silent Movies Hold Up? The Freshman (1925) Review

We are in the new age of film. New techniques and storylines are being used and created every single day. But what about the ones before our time? 418 altre parole

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The Sunday Intertitle: Gas-s-s-s Again

You don’t expect the disturbing from Harold Lloyd, the sunniest of the great silent comedians. The darkest business I knew of before watching RING UP THE CURTAIN was the menacing hobo in GRANDMA’S BOY, played by Dick Sutherland with considerable subhuman meanness. 283 altre parole

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Film Review: Young Mr. Jazz (1919)

Release Date: April 20th, 1919
Directed by: Hal Roach
Cast: Harold Lloyd, ‘Snub’ Pollard. Bebe Daniels

Robin Films, 10 Minutes

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Hal Roach may best be known as the producer of the  286 altre parole

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Film #639: Speedy (1928) and Film #640: Two Arabian Knights (1927)

Doing continued research on the first Oscar ceremony things were markedly different for example there were only two nominees for Best Actor and the Best Director category was split into two categories; dramatic and comedic. 1.013 altre parole

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Second Bananas

The Banana Splits was a kid’s show featuring four funny animal characters on Saturday mornings. It was a Sid and Marty Krofft show. There was Fleegle, Bingo, Drooper and Snorky doing their bits with musical instruments. 314 altre parole

Safety Last! (1923)

Plot: Harold (Harold Lloyd) wants nothing more than to marry his sweetheart Mildred (Mildred Davis), but he simply can’t afford to give her the ring, wedding, and lifestyle he knows she deserves. 576 altre parole