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Cinematography Jul 11
To achieve this crazy shot in Sherlock Jr. (1924), actually filmed it in reverse, with the train backing away from the road crossing. 😳 .
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Ellen Cheshire (do follow me @artschesh as well) 6h
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Molly McNair 14h
Replying to @MoviesSilently
Just want to include in your diverse range of ages of silent film fans—today I introduced a 4-yr-old to THE GOAT (1921). BTW—he’s already a fan!
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Vibe Kellermann Jul 12
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Julia Hut Jul 11
They’re here! hard enamel pins are finally back in the shop. Grab one before they RUN AWAY 😜
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HOKUTO EMPIRE 23h
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Talking Pictures TV Jul 11
08:10 THE STOLEN JOOLS (1931) comedy short featuring A police inspector searches Hollywood for stolen pearls.
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Stevie Jul 11
Three films watched so far in my day at home Now watching
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Julia Hut Jul 9
Announcing the return of the enamel pins coming July 11! You’ll remember this fella from the stars pin KS. This is the 1st time I’ve restocked since they sold out last fall. They’ll be added to the shop this Saturday July 11 (link in bio)
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BusterLove Jul 10
Eleanor and looking so stylish in Venice, 1965. 🍀
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Stevie Jul 11
Spending the day with Buster Keaton. The first film is Seven Chances
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BusterLove Jul 10
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BusterLove 17h
Replying to @silentfilmmusic
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Luke West Jul 9
This is just an awesome story of how much of Buster Keaton's work was saved (almost by accident too). It actually helps you appreciate how lucky we are to have most of Keaton's films (sans one) especially considering 75% of all silent films are lost.
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Kevin Jones Jul 8
Time for a little Frozen Fire on a hot Wednesday summer evening.
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ERoz Jul 9
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Luke J McGrath Jul 11
Unlike later Keaton films, the stunts weave their way through the film like scenes in a tapestry, threaded seamlessly within the story. Read more 👉
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BusterLove 19h
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Lovely Ruthie 21h
Sharing a favourite ...as I'm in a in , 1928 mood have this one! (look at Josephine's grin!) Tagging
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Vibe Kellermann 20h
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