They’ve had enough and they’re not going to take it anymore!
Flipping tables isn’t a metaphor to William S. Hart in The Return of Draw Egan. Robert McKim was gone too far, as veteran villain Robert McKim is wont to do.
Rosemary Theby gives Elinor Fair what for in the 1920 version of Kismet, which is a surprisingly good movie, by the way.
A baby John Gilbert sans ‘stache is just having a rotten day in The Busher, a baseball picture with Charles Ray and a becurled Colleen Moore.
Mabel Normand has had enough in Fatty and Mabel at the San Diego Exposition, a little comedy filmed on location.
Clara Bow isn’t taking any more from Clive Brook in Hula, a Hawaiian rom-com.
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