Well, wouldn’t you?
Yiddish stage legend Molly Picon makes a face in East and West, the earliest known surviving Yiddish feature.
Clara Bow gets creative with her faces in IT, in which she is shown to have, well, IT.
Ivan Mosjoukine is feisty in The House in Kolomna, in which he disguises himself as a cook in order to sneak in time with his girlfriend under the nose of her strict mother.
Ivan Koval-Samborsky hints at his character’s wicked ways early on in Miss Mend. Don’t you be policing our heroine’s expression so early in the film, buddy boy!
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