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Once again here are all the Clips in order of Appearance in TCM's Silent Sunday Nights Montage:




FLESH AND THE DEVIL (1926): John Gilbert, Greta Garbo, Dance.


THE BIG PARADE (1925): Gilbert, Renee Adoree, Hugs, and Smooches! (Say, save some for Me Sweet Frenchy!)




GREED (1924): Zasu Pitts, Big Hat, and Fluffy Ruffles.


NOAH'S ARK (1928): George O' Brien Close Up Out In The Rain.


THE CROWD (1928): Eleanor Boardman, Looking Pretty.


OUR DANCING DAUGHTERS: Joan Crawford, Mirror.


THE CROWD: James Murray, Mime Face.


SHOW PEOPLE (1928): Marion Davies, Shawl, Nervous Grin.


THE MYSTERIOUS LADY (1928): Garbo, Seductive Glance.


THE CAMERAMAN (1928): Buster Keaton, Slow Eye Closing.


THE WIND (1928) Lillian Gish, Staring through Window.


GREED: Zasu Pitts, Terrified expression!


GREED: Gibson Gowland Moving In For The Kill! Yipes!

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Just one correction and one addition to your list of films in the Silent Sunday Nights montage, Jeff. The "seductive glance" of Garbo is from THE KISS, not THE MYSTERIOUS LADY, and the very last shot of the swinging lantern is from THE WIND. I initially researched and posted this info 'way back in 2002 (has it really been that long?):



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Thanks Dan for the clarification. I will add the titles to those listed by Jeff. I also found it very interesting to read your posting from 2002 including your reference to Norma Desmond:


'All in all, I still think the intro is a grand reflection of what Gloria Swanson said in SUNSET BOULEVARD: "We didn't need dialogue -- we had faces then." '

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