Canadian silent screen star Mary Pickford. Smart and savvy as well as pretty. Became first America's Sweetheart. Right time. Right place.

Mary Pickford, 1920s

These are by Hesser. The first three are of Bessie Love. However I am not sure the third one is Hesser; it is in any case a very unusual photo for the 1920s.

Silent film star Bessie Love, born 117 years ago today in Midland. She was one of the stars who was able to make the transition to "talkies," and was,.

Carla Laemmle, at 103 she is one of the few silent film actresses still alive

Carla Laemmle Dancer Headshot Born 1909 is still living and is 103 today.

Dorothy Mackaill was a British-American actress, most notably of the silent film era and into the early 1930s.

Dorothy MACKAILL [] English-born American actress, most notably of the silent film era and into the early pictured in Photoplay Magazine, November 1923

''Dark Star: The Untold Story of the Meteoric Rise and Fall of Legendary Silent Screen Star John Gilbert''

''Dark Star: The Untold Story of the Meteoric Rise and Fall of Legendary Silent Screen Star John Gilbert'' by Leatrice Gilbert Fountain, John B.

CLARA BOW the 'IT' girl & silent screen star, wears a long bias-cut silver lamé evening dress for her role in No Limit (1921) Lamé was a popular glamorous choice for the evening, & for film costumes. From Decades of Fashion : The Hulton Getty Collection by Harriet Worsley (2000) (please follow minkshmink on pinterest) #flapper #twenties #roaringtwenties #jazzage #glamour #clarabow #lamé

CLARA BOW the 'IT' girl & silent screen star, wears a long bias-cut silver lamé evening dress for her role in No Limit (1921) Lamé was a popular glamorous choice for the evening, & for film costumes. From Decades of Fashion : The Hulton Getty Collection by Harriet Worsley (2000) (please follow minkshmink on pinterest) #flapper #twenties #roaringtwenties #jazzage #glamour #clarabow #lamé

Clara Bow.  THE flapper of the 1920's. Starred in the famous silent movie It (1927)

Clara Bow Clara Gordon Bow was an American actress who rose to stardom in the silent film era of the It was her appearance as a spunky shopgirl in the film It that brought her global fame and the nickname "The It Girl".

Bebe Daniels. 1901-1971; active as an actress 1910-1960. Most people today don't know any silent screen stars or the movies they appeared in, but there were many extraordinarly talented, beautiful, and hugely popular actresses that were major stars in the early part of the 20th Century. Bebe Daniels was in over 230 films, first as a child star, and then on stage, movies, radio and television for 50 years.   Many silent stars could not make the transition to talkies but she starred in 42nd…

Bebe Daniels January 14 1901 March 16 1971 was an American actress singer dancer writer and producer She began her career in Hollywood during the si

↢ Bygone Beauties ↣ vintage photograph of Marie Doro, a silent film actress

Marie Doro was an American stage and film actress of the early silent film era. She was born to Virginia Weaver and Richard Henry Stewart. She was a direct descendant of Patrick Henry.

Leatrice Joy

Leatrice Joy

Dorothy Janis. 1920 - Google'da Ara

Actress Myrna Loy as a young girl. Born Myrna Williams in Montana

Alice Calhoun (1900-1966)......... Silent Screen Actress

Alice Calhoun

A brunet beauty and one of the most popular actresses of the silent screen era, Alice Calhoun worked primarily for Vitagraph and Warner Br.

Caricature: Advertisement for Mae Murray, MGM silent screen star and native of Portsmouth, VA, appearing at the Mocambo.

Caricature: Advertisement for Mae Murray, MGM silent screen star and native of Portsmouth, VA, appearing at the Mocambo.

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