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  1. I'm looking for information on a 1916 "three-part" (I assume three reels) Biograph movie directed by Del Henderson called The Spring Chicken. I'm assuming it's lost, but any information about it would be helpful to me. I've seen the couple of notices about it in The Moving Picture World magazine, but would like to see anything that's out there. Thanks for any help anyone can give me!
  2. I watched Nosferatu (1922) for the first time yesterday. I was a little surprised, it was not what I expected; I'd heard a lot about it, and it was very different from what I imagined. I am often surprised by silent movies, either it will end in a way I didn't expect, or it will be something entirely unexpected. For example, Male and Female (1919) was not at all like I thought it would be, the ending came about in a way I didn't think of (trying not to give anything away for those who haven't seen it). Cobra (1925) was another that had an unexpected turn of events a the end; I did not expect a star like Valentino to end like that, but I'm glad he did, it was the perfect ending for that film. What silent movies have surprised you? This can be a surprising scene, ending, dialogue, or a movie that turned out nothing like how you thought it would!
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