Silent Film Stars

Jacqueline Logan

Jacqueline Logan

“If I were going to advise a girl how to get in pictures I almost believe I would tell her to have her father and mother separate. It seems that that all women stars in pictures had parents who separated, the fathers going their own way and the mothers remaining to get their daughters in pictures.”Jacqueline Logan 

Source: Harry T. Brundidge (1929)

 

Jacqueline Logan and director George Melford take a coffee break on location. (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Taking a coffee break with director George Melford. She appeared in a few of his movies in the 1920s. One of them was Java Head in 1923.

 

 

VAMP COLLECTION – Jacqueline Logan as “Mary Magdalene” Framed poster from Cecil B. DeMille’s King of Kings, 1927.

 

Photography Prints

 

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