Wallace Reid

Wallace Reid – photos and quotes

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“I was born in St. Louis and attended the Peabody School there until I was about seven. My family then moved to New York, and my prep school was the New Jersey Military Academy, at Freebold, but I finished at one of the smaller Eastern schools in Pennsylvania. In 1900, I left home and went […]

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Sessue Hayakawa

Sessue Hayakawa – photos and quotes

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“Do the Japanese like foreign drama? Oh, very much indeed; that is, serious drama. They do not care for your comedy, not even Shakespeare’s. Probably comedy is too local in its significance. They are beginning to love the Russian drama also. Tolstoi’s ‘Resurrection’ made a bit hit. They like also the serious French drama.” –¬†Sessue […]

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Al Jolson

Al Jolson

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“What is grammar when you know each other?“ — Al Jolson   “Harding, You’re the Man for Us!” — Al Jolson, composer and performer of the Republican Party’s 1920 campaign song.    

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William S. Hart – photos and quotes

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“The Western drama will never die. It may languish at times; it may give way to the temporary popularity of other sorts of plays, but it will never vanish either from the legitimate stage or the screen.” — William S. Hart   “The West has given America its only real romantic period which reached its […]

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Dustin Farnum

Dustin Farnum – photos and quotes

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“When I first adopted the movies – or they adopted me – I was vigorously denounced by my contemporaries. I still have a number of letters written me several years ago by prominent actors and actresses, calling my ‘abandonment’ of the legitimate ‘disgraceful’ and ‘a prostitution of art’ as well as other disagreeable things. Since […]

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Mack Sennettt

Mack Sennett – photos and quotes

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“The way to write a good moving picture comedy is first to get your idea; you’ll find that either in sex or crime. Those two fields are the great feeding grounds of funny ideas. Having found your hub idea, you build out the spokes; those are the natural developments that your imagination will suggest. Then […]

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Ronald Colman

Ronald Colman – photos and quotes

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“If I have any philosophy it is to mind my own business as well as I can and keep order in my affairs. I try to remember, too, that at least once in his life each of us can be of vital assistance, perhaps, to someone who knocks at his door.” — Ronald Colman Source: […]

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William Holden

William Holden

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“Movie acting may not have a certain kind of glory as true art, but it is damn hard work.” — William Holden

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Ray Milland

Ray Milland – photos and quotes

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“I’m an introspective man…Just another person that you pass on the street and hardly notice.” — Ray Milland   “The Celtic mind in its lonely moments is a tumbling sea of love and compassion and romanticism and neurotic hates.” — Ray Milland      

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Bing Crosby

Bing Crosby – photos and quotes

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“As long as crooning pays as well as it does, I’ll stay at it.” — Bing Crosby Source: 1932 Photo: 1935   “I certainly got into quite a bit of trouble but I never let it interfere with my work – just missed a couple f shows at the Cocoanut Grove from time to time. […]

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