Monthly Archives: March 2013

The IT Girl

In the 1920’s Clara Bow was the Queen of Hollywood.  She had an expressive face, universal appeal and was carefree.  She became a Flapper icon.  Bow was a sensation and her movies were box office gold.  She made 57 films.  … Continue reading

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Harold Lloyd

Harold Lloyd was a silent film comedian who rivaled Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton.  His films are full of gags, slapstick and thrills scenes. The image of him hanging high above the ground from a clock hand on the side … Continue reading

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Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle

Before big name comedians like Chaplin, Keaton or Lloyd there was Roscoe Arbuckle.  He was one of the most famous silent actors of the early 1900’s.  At the height of his career he was the highest paid actor in Hollywood … Continue reading

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