Gladys Walton

Gladys Walton

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EX-FILM STAR FINDS CONTENT IN HOME LIFE Gladys Walton Herbel, Mother of Three Children, Never Regrets Giving Up Career San Francisco Examiner, January 28, 1935 Little more than a decade ago Gladys Walton, then one of the most brillian stars in Hollywood’s firmament, forsook her career at the peak of her fame for a home, […]

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Maude Fealy

Maude Fealy

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“Among the photoplay stars whose names are known to every lover of the screen, Maude Fealy holds a position peculiar to herself. Her personality makes an impression on every mind, and is one that recurs in delighted visualization at every mention of her name. Her art is of the higher type of art that is […]

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Kathleen Clifford

Kathleen Clifford

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Vaudeville Star in Now in the Films Oakland Tribune, Feb. 9, 1919 Kathleen Clifford…has returned to California, after a short tour over a vaudeville circuit. Between pictures this star of a dozen former Broadway comic opera successes intersperses a vaudeville tour, just by way of a change. Miss Clifford’s latests picture, “The Law That Divides,” […]

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Myrtle Gonzalez

Myrtle Gonzalez

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“Engaged? Indeed I am not. Who told you that? I wish people wouldn’t tell such stories. I am too young to be engaged. It’s perfectly ridiculous to think of such a thing.” — Myrtle Gonzalez Source: 1917 2

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Lillian Rich

Lillian Rich

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“Oh, I am so fond of animals!” — Lillian Rich Source: 1930 2

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Linda Griffith

Linda Griffith

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“My childhood days were lived in a little cottage set on a road that curved its way around the foot of a green hill in the city of San Francisco. From the top of the hill, where so many happy hours were spent gathering wild strawberries and flowers, I looked down on a somber gray […]

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Lorna Moon

Lorna Moon

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“I am not the sort of person who knows people. I am the sort of person whom people know.” – Lorna Moon, novelist and screenwriter. Scottish-born Lorna Moon (real name Helen Nora Wilson Low) lived a brief but interesting life as a maverick script writer in the 1920s. She was also a skeleton in Cecil B. […]

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Priscilla Dean

Priscilla Dean – photos and quotes

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“I’ve a reputation for temperamental display. Surely, I have an awful temper. But I’ve tried to be a good sport. I don’t ‘show off’ just to make a fuss. When I cut loose it’s because I feel I have a just grievance.” — Priscilla Dean  Source: Myrtle Gebhart (1924)   “You know, back in the […]

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Ernst Lubitsch

Ernst Lubitsch – photos and quotes

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“There are a thousand ways to point a camera, but really only one.” — Ernst Lubitsch   “The greatest aid to the development of emotionalism and surest guide to the core of dramatic action lies in the closeup. Not only does it give the brain process, but it may (to the exclusion of the face […]

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Rex Ingram

Rex Ingram

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“There are so many things necessary for the making of good pictures, and so few people can qualify! They grasp the superficial points, fill in with a lot of ‘hokum’ and ‘get by,’ temporarily! But there is no sincerity, and it tells in the end. Whatever I do may be wrong, but while I am […]

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