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Chief,

 

I would love to see this movie. Is it lost or does it exist? Inquiring minds have to know!

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h3. "Moguls And Movie Stars" Miscellany

 

Distributor's Handbill For *Yankee Doodle In Berlin* (1919)

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h3. "Moguls And Movie Stars" Miscellany

 

Three Posters for William. S. Hart Westerns made for Thomas Ince.

 

WolfLowry1917_6sht

(1917)

 

Copy of dawn_maker1916

(1916)

 

DesertManThe1917_6sht

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Three Posters for Tom Mix Westerns at Selig Polyscope Studios

 

Copy of </p><p> </p><p>Telltale-Knife1914_TomMix

(1914)

 

Copy of </p><p> </p><p>the_golden_thought1916

(1916)

 

Copy of </p><p> </p><p>Way-of-the-Redman1916

(1916)

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Chief,

 

They are all beautiful but *The Dawn Maker* is gorgeous.

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Handbill for *Salome* (1918) Starring Theda Bara for William Fox/Fox Studios.

 

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One-Sheet Poster For *Salome* (1918) Starring Theda Bara from William Fox/Fox Studios.

 

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Two Posters for Theda Bara Films from William Fox/Fox Studios.

 

Copy of Galley-Slave1915

(1915)

 

EternalSaphoThe1916

(1916)

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Handbill for Cecil B. DeMille's *The Virginian* (1914) for the Jesse L. Lasky's Feature Play Company

 

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Handbill for John Ford Western for Carl Laemmle's Universal Pictures.

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Three Posters for Films from the Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Company.

 

Copy of Carmen1915

(1915)

 

Copy of Secret-Orchard1915

(1915)

 

Copy of Wild-Goose-Chase1915

(1915)

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Chief,

 

You've got me again. I love the Harry Carey pieces! Thank you so much for including a "Cheyenne Harry"!

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Congrats to you, Mr. "In Hollywood" for another really terrific Movie Poster thread. You truly do a remarkable job finding some amazing and captivating pics!!

 

So far my fave has to be today's for The Wild Goose Chase. I don't know a thing about the movie (though judging from the picture, it looks like it could be fun) but really, it is my fave so far just because I just like the way it looks.

 

Also really like those handbills.. way cool. (and love the Hart posters too, by the way)

 

Thanks very much for all the hard work you put into these threads of yours. I don't get a chance to look in everyday, but when I do.. it is always a treat!

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h3. "Moguls And Movie Stars" Miscellany

 

Posters for Three Mary Pickford Films Written by Frances Marion

 

Copy of FoundlingThe1916

(1916)

 

johanna_enlists

(1918)

 

CaptainKiddJr1919

(1919)

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Mack Sennet's Bathing Beauties, ca. 1915

 

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Chief,

 

That looks like the old Venice Pier Bathhouse in the background of the Bathing Beauties!

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h3. "Moguls And Movie Stars" Miscellany

 

"By Popular Demand"

 

Mack Sennett's Bathing Beauties "Arcade Cards", ca. 1914

 

Copy of </p><p> </p><p>SennettBathingBeauties1914_01LRG

 

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Anyone looking for a great take on Mack and Mabel (and on Mabel herself), check out Jeanine Basinger's wonderful book, Silent Stars.

 

I never realized that in his later years Mack regretted letting Mabel get away and never tried to win her back.

 

Mabel was the love of his life and for many years with and without the Kops, they were a great team.

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h3. "Moguls And Movie Stars" Miscellany

 

Two Posters for Mack Sennett Films Starring Mabel Normand

 

Copy of Mabels-Lovers1912

(1912)

 

Stolen-Magic1915

(1915)

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