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  1. http://i546.photobucket.com/albums/hh407/aejayks/JPEGWee1200GrandLarcenyPressBookp1_zpsd32de857.jpg]
  2. http://i546.photobucket.com/albums/hh407/aejayks/JPEGWeeGrandLarcenyPressBookp1_zpsf0ac5085.jpg http://i546.photobucket.com/albums/hh407/aejayks/JPEGWeeGrandLarcenyPressBookp2_zps97f08c14.jpg http://i546.photobucket.com/albums/hh407/aejayks/JPEGWeeGrandLarcenyPressBookp3_zpsc4e36e77.jpg http://i546.photobucket.com/albums/hh407/aejayks/JPEGWeeGrandLarcenyPressBookp4_zpsd766ade0.jpg I give up. How do you post photos here? Edited by: cawkercitykid on Jan 24, 2014 7:17 PM Edited by: cawkercitykid on Jan 24, 2014 7:18 PM Edited by: cawkercitykid on Jan 24, 2014 7:20 PM
  3. There are two sets of interviews with Anita Page, a 3 part one from 1993: and a 9 part interview from 1996: Edited by: cawkercitykid on Apr 15, 2013 6:57 AM
  4. Happy Birthday silent movie actress Claire Windsor! You are legal now. Prost!I give up. This site is just too hard to use. Edited by: cawkercitykid on Apr 14, 2013 10:59 AM
  5. Here is a delightful radio interview with Mary Pickford from 1959. I must confess that I did not know very much about her life before the movies. Her comments on Charlie Chaplin are noteworthy and luckily, her predictions on the complete demise of the film industry by the TV has not come to fruition. Sadly, her home was not turned into a museum as she had hoped.For the newbees to the silent screne, the 13 part "Hollywood, a Celebration of the American Silent Movie" is also well worth watching. All but episode #10 can be seen on YouTube. Edited by: cawkercitykid on Apr 8, 2013 10:15 PM
  6. I would love to see "Broken Chains." Colleen was is not only known for her work on the silver sheet, but also in the diminutive world:
  7. The idea of this thread is to archive in one spot, any audio interview of any person who participated in the silent film industry. As time passes, these first hand experiences become more and more valuable in understanding the origins of an entire industry. The following is just one segment of a 12 part seies of audio clips of silent movie actress Claire Windsor. Although little known today, her career earned her a star on the walk of fame in Hollywood. She experienced all the joys and turmoils of the film industry during the 1920's.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ka2vkE3cu0s Edited by
  8. Wednesday, October 24th is the 40th Anniversary of Claire Windsor's passing at age 80. We in Cawker City have never forgotten Claire or the Cronk family. (One of the advantages of living in a small town, is that you are part of one large family--where everyone knows everything about everybody!) It is with the greatest affections that we reflect upon the life and memory of Claire.
  9. Here is an update to what I have found. There was a series of 8 "Movy Dols" published in Photoplay beginning in June 1919 through January of 1920. Here is the announcement: !http://s546.photobucket.com/albums/hh407/aejayks/?action=view&current=movy-dollsJune1919into.png!
  10. So far I have found eight free downloadable paper dolls of silent stars. Here is a link to the Edmonds Histoical Society and Museum site. They are found under thier "kids" section. I first saw these being sold on eBay, but found that they were in pulbic domain. Valentino, Talmadge, Moore and others are included. http://www.historicedmonds.org/KidsPage.html I also discovered that "Woman's Home Companion" ran 66 paper dolls of silent movie stars beginning with Jackie Coogan in May 1925. Can anyone help me find scans of the set or at least an inventory of the stars depicted? Thanks!
  11. I am searching for more paper dolls of silent stars. This example of Claire Windsor is from a July 1927 issue of Motion Picture Junior. [img|http://forums.tcm.com/]http://i546.photobucket.com/albums/hh407/aejayks/emailfinishedpaperdolls.jpg[/img] If you would like a scan of these dolls, I will be more than happy to email them to you. I just used these dolls to decorate a banquet table and thought they worked so well that I would look for more to used in a future display promoting silent movies in general. I appreciate any help in my search!
  12. Hi gagman! This is my first time to post on this site. I was going to add a link to the "Claire Windsor Coming Attraction Slides" on YouTube, but I don't see a link icon. Let's see if this typed link works:
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