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Oh, that face, that fabulous face. Whose is it?

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You asked for it :P

 

Another WAMPAS Baby Star, her 1990 autobiography borrows the title of

her most famous film and role - the leader of a high school athiest society which

forces members to renounce The Bible while placing a hand on the head of a

live monkey.

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Wow, I am way out of my league with you folks. I've never heard of most of these ladies.

 

 

THAT's inspiration for me to discover more about silent and other early films.

 

 

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The secret is searching on Google Images with the right search term.

 

Photo search term for the last photo: silent actress black tutu

 

That will turn up the photo but not the name. Follow the photo link to the source and that will have several photos of Dolores Costello on it. Then go back to Google and search for: Dolores Costello black tutu.

 

:)

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This is great stuff here. Each face provides a piece of hollywood and it's history.

Quite an education.

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But. . . .but. . . .don't you discover the identity from a vast knowlege of film and familliarity with the varying looks of the performers? No wonder I get so few of the pics!

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>But. . . .but. . . .don't you discover the identity from a vast knowlege of film and familliarity with the varying looks of the performers?

 

You mean by means of my great intelligence, vast background, and years of accumulating knowledge??

 

Naah. I would be nothing without Google. :)

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The lady in this photo doesn't look anything like what we know of the later actress she became, and who eventually became known in the 1940s as a wise-cracking lady, and on into the 50s too. She was unique in that regard and with her particular voice and style and so she was used in many movies only to make wise-cracks. :)

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If you look up Eve Arden on Google Images, this photo will turn up and a couple of websites say it is her. So, you win. :)

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I'm not disputing this. I'm just stating my amazement. Wow!

All I can see Is Ms. Russell.

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