Sunday, October 9, 2016

Film Images from the 1920s

I want to thank Tamara Flynn for the photos used in this article.

Buster Keaton and Clyde Bruckman take a break during filming of The General (1926).

Ben Turpin is at the ready as a tough old sheriff.

A revenge plot brings together gangsters and spiritualists in The Hole in the Wall (1929).  The photo below features, from left to right, Barry Macollum, Edward G. Robinson, Nellie Savage, Donald Meek and Alan Brooks.

Manslaughter (1922), directed by Cecil B DeMille, involves a young society woman (Leatrice Joy) whose reckless driving brings about the death of a motorcycle cop (Jack Mower).

Here is a clip from the film.

Tamara provided me with several bathing beauty photos that she received from Jim G. Davis.

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