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Bronxi, Wendy,


I'm trying to get the link to work. All I get is a this page was reset message? Have you seen Constance Bennet's dead on impression of Garbo in WHAT PRICE HOLLYWOOD? Hilarious!


Don't forget about THE RACKET tonight if you haven't seen it before., and even if you have. Still not on DVD.












































































































































































*Dorothy Sebastian- "Now Bear With Me!"*

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Here is another BL that I rejected for weeks because he image was to small and not very sharp. I'd like to find a crisper and less cropped grapic of the same photo.



































































































































































































*Bessie Love- "Soft Brown Eyes"*

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Yes I did see it. Monte Blue mystifies me. He's a very good actor, but to me he looks like a comedian, sort of Harry Langdon-ish. He was extremely popular as a leading man, and he's effective as such, I just can't get past his rather dopey looking face.

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I might have posted this a month or two ago? I think I rejected it, because of the odd perspective that made it appear as if she had a gigantic wrist? But I can't be sure at the moment? Haven't had time to work on any new photos yet this week.
















































*Marion- "Bluest of Blue"*

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Hello Gagman . . .



Clara Bow looks exceptionally 'Sweet', in her 'sassy' Red hair, giving one of her 'Sugary', 'over the shoulder' Smiles, while sitting on the 'Dock of the Bay' . . .



And that Portrait of Harold Lloyd in that Vintage Taxi Cab is just 'sheer' delight. I lovel that little, green lantern that's hanging in the window of the cab. I guess it was their form of Vehicle Lighting.



And Nancy Carroll looks like she's dressed for the ARMY . . . NOT ! . . . How adorable is she ? ... with her sweet face framed in soft curls, surrounded by feathers and Pearls. And what Wide, Blue Eyes she has . . .



And Gagman . . . This Portrait is Totally CLASSIC ! Mary Pickford is the Epitome of Vintage Class, with her very LONG, RINGLETS and soft Laced dress . . . And that soft, chocolate color background adds such warmth and richness to this portrait. And a simple, strand of pearls just adds to her Beauty . . . I've always Loved her style. Reminds me, ever so much of the style of Lillian Gish, another Vintage, Class Beauty . . .



Love the Marion Davies Portrait . . . her teal blue eyes truly penetrates the viewers. And the coloring of her hair and plum color dress is just stunning !



And Love Billie Dove's 'razzle dazzle', gold fringed costume, complete with a feathery headdress and tassled sceptor . . she's ready to lead the parade . . .



Awesome photos Gagman

and much thanks.






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Yes, but Colleen Moore actually impersonates Lillian in ELLA CINDERS two years before THE PATSY. Again, poor Colleen never gets any credit historically. She also does her flawless take on Jackie Coogan.


Here is one of the all time great poses from the late teens. Featuring "Dear Thing" (Swanson), and "Sweetie Cakes" (Haver) at the very start of their Hollywood careers.
















*Gloria Swanson and Phyllis Haver As Mack Sennett Bathing Beauties - 1917*

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