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A United Artists Retrospective Scrapbook: 1925


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Salvation Hunters was the first film directed by Josef von Sternberg.

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Waking Up the Town is perhaps notable for being one of Norma Shearer's few (maybe only?) trip away from MGM.

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Fairbanks returned to adventure in Don Q, Son of Zorro

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Now here is a classic almost everyone has seen: Charlie Chaplin in the perennial favorite The Gold Rush.

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A dog received top billing on Wild Justice.

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Sally of the Sawdust featured an early turn by WC Fields

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Even now into her mid 30s, Mary Pickford was still playing little girls.

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Rudolph Valentino came by for The Eagle. His time was running short, but he'd make another film at UA before his untimely death.

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belle Bennett starred in that first version of mother love, Stella Dallas.

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Tumbleweeds was an early western.

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