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" From his unique perspective of friendship with many of the actors and actresses about whom he writes, silent film historian Anthony Slide creates vivid portraits of the careers and often eccentric lives of 100 players from the American silent film industry. He profiles the era's shining stars such as Lillian Gish and Blanche Sweet; leading men including William Bakewell and Robert Harron; gifted leading ladies such as Laura La Plante and Alice Terry; ingénues like Mary Astor and Mary Brian; and even Hollywood's most famous extra, Bess Flowers. Although each original essay is accompanied by significant documentation and an extensive bibliography, Silent Players is not simply a reference book or encyclopedic recitation of facts culled from the pages of fan magazines and trade periodicals. It contains a series of insightful portraits of the characters who symbolize an original and pioneering era in motion history and explores their unique talents and extraordinary private lives. Slide offers a potentially revisionist view of many of the stars he profiles, repudiating the status of some and restoring to fame others who have slipped from view. He personally interviewed many of his subjects and knew several of them intimately, putting him in a distinctive position to tell their true stories.
He is survived by his mother, Mary Covell Rhoades of Turin, NY; his father, John Rhoades of Turin, NY; his sister, Christine Rhoades Spina and her husband, Eric, of Howland Center, OH; his maternal grandmother, Ann Covell of North Olmsted, OH. He is also ...
Roger Howlett writes about Boston Brahmin painter Gertrude Beals Bourne (1868-1962). Lavishly illustrated with ... and landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. After Frank A. Bourne died in 1936, Gertrude continued to paint and exhibit until shortly ...
Michael Lanyard, a reformed cracks-man, adopts Adrienne, the daughter of an old friend, and goes to Southampton to attend a party celebrating her engagement to Bobby Crenshaw, the son of a ... See full summary »
The Boob is a 1926 American silent romantic comedy film directed by William Wellman, and starring Gertrude Olmstead, Antonio D'Algy, George K. Arthur, and Joan Crawford.
Contains reviews, pictures, cast information, and a plot outline.
Robert Z. Leonard. AKA Robert Zigler Leonard. The Divorcee. Birthplace: Chicago, IL Location of death: Beverly Hills, CA Cause of death: unspecified Remains: . Wife ...
The McHenry County Illinois Genealogical offers an Early Settler Certificate to anyone who can prove that a direct-line ancestor settled in McHenry County between ...