“Imagine sitting in a room with other persons and seeing them talking and moving but hearing no sound. It would be ghostly. So will silent pictures be ghostly within a few months.” – Edmund Lowe in 1929
The Wizard (1927)
What Price Glory (1927). With Victor McLaglen and Dolores del Rio.
“While I have enacted almost every conceivable type of part during my stage and screen career, I greatly prefer the so-called ‘hard-boiled’ ones. Most people have a streak of obstinacy or temper or vanity in their makeup, and the Ivory soap hero, 99 and 44-100 pure, seldom exists in real life.” — Edmund Lowe
The Bad One (1930). With Dolores del Rio.