Classic Links

This is wonderful news: the Library of Congress has recovered ten lost silent films from Russian archives—and there will eventually be almost 200 of them!— NPR

Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson looking fantastic on the Oscar red carpet last week— Alt Film Guide

Stars on the set, between scenes. I love the pic of Linda Darnell having a cat nap— My Love of Old Hollywood

The Bodyguard (1948), with Priscilla Lane and Lawrence Tierney, what a strange pairing!— Laura's Miscellaneous Musings

This is a good take on Jean Simmons in The Happy Ending (1969)-- Classic Film Boy

5 comments:

Page said...

KC,
I'm glad you're enjoying the set candids! Those posts are such fun to do.
Page

Laura said...

Thanks for the link, KC! I hope you get a chance to check out the movie. :)

Best wishes,
Laura

Blogger said...

Now I just have to keep hoping that The Patriot (1928) turns up someday.

Matt
http://EveryOscarEver.blogspot.com

Rina said...

What wonderful news for all silent film lovers!
how exciting!

KC said...

Page--Yes, I love all that behind the scenes stuff!

Laura--Your review definitely sold me. I would love to know how they made the casting decisions for that one.

Matt--I believe just about anything could show up now. It's a real long shot--but I'm really hoping that Theda Bara's Cleopatra will be found some day.

Rina--The thing that got me was how many titles they found! There's got to be treasure troves like this all over the world. I hope the news gets people to start searching.

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