Silent Movie Stars Are Going to Teach You a Lesson

Oh yeah? Just wait until they’re finished with you, they’ll show you! (Shakes fist.) Yep, silent movie stars are disgusted and are you ever going to be sorry.

Clara Bow won’t take co-worker disses sitting down in It and she makes good on her threat. I doubt there’s a single starched garter in the place by the end.

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Available on DVD.

John Barrymore plays a gentleman jewel thief in Raffles the Amateur Cracksman and the passenger next door is about to receive a rude awakening when a certain bauble disappears in the night.

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Available on DVD.

Gladys Hulette plays Puck in the abbreviated 1909 version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Naturally, brattiness and chaos ensue.

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Released on DVD.

Bare Knees features a plot twist that is as common in films as it is in real life: the loudest moral crusader has the dirtiest laundry. This little flapper ain’t going to take this hypocrisy lying down.

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Available on DVD.

Some silly man is doubting Geraldine Farrar in Joan the Woman. Big mistake. Looks like somebody broke his widdle sword.

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Available on DVD.

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2 Replies to “Silent Movie Stars Are Going to Teach You a Lesson”

  1. Of all these enjoyable GIFs I’m enjoying Geraldine Farrar’s the most right now. That’s some dagger move, Geraldine! A facet of Joan of Arc often cinematically downplayed in favor of piety and mysticism is the tough farm woman with strong back, hands, and perseverance. Go, Geraldine!

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