Silent Movie People Are Making Faces

Well, wouldn’t you?

Yiddish stage legend Molly Picon makes a face in East and West, the earliest known surviving Yiddish feature.

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Available on DVD.

Clara Bow gets creative with her faces in IT, in which she is shown to have, well, IT.

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Available on DVD.

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.

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Available on DVD.

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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Available on DVD.

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4 Replies to “Silent Movie People Are Making Faces”

  1. I am still awaiting an answer whether you are going to make Kidnapped available on DeepDiscount now that Amazon world-wide won’t ship to Australia. Thanks

    Ken

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