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Lewis Stone in SCARAMOCHE (1923)

Lewis Stone in SCARAMOCHE (1923)

Vertigo // Directed by	Alfred Hitchcock  Produced by	Alfred Hitchcock  Written by	Alec Coppel  Samuel A. Taylor  Story by	Pierre Boileau  Thomas Narcejac  Starring	James Stewart  Kim Novak  Barbara Bel Geddes  Music by	Bernard Herrmann  Cinematography	Robert Burks  Editing by	George Tomasini  Distributed by	Paramount Pictures, Universal Pictures (1983-present)  Release date(s)	May 9, 1958

The Complete Saul Bass: Four Decades of Classic Movie Posters

"Vertigo" Movie Poster designed by Saul Bass. Opening credits for "Vertigo" Movie animated by Saul Bass.

Three Ages (1923) - "The Three Ages" Buster Keaton's first feature-length film after a number of comedy shorts is his parody of Griffith's "Intolerance." Keaton tells three parallel stories about the perils of romance one set in the Stone Age one during the Roman Empire and one during the 20th century.

Three Ages (1923) - "The Three Ages" Buster Keaton's first feature-length film after a number of comedy shorts is his parody of Griffith's "Intolerance." Keaton tells three parallel stories about the perils of romance one set in the Stone Age one during the Roman Empire and one during the 20th century.

Harold Lloyd was a silent film actor who was especially famous for his film "Safety Last" (1923) in which he hangs from a clock on a tall building. Since there were no special effects in the 1920's, Harold Lloyd actually had to do the stunt!

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Alice Terry, 1923) Born Alice Frances Taaffe July 29, 1899 Vincennes, Indiana Died December 22, 1987 (aged 88) Burbank, California Occupation Actress Years active 1916–1933 Spouse(s) Rex Ingram (1921–1950

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Alice Terry, Born Alice Frances Taaffe July 1899 Vincennes, Indiana Died December 1987 (aged Burbank, California Occupation Actress Years active Spouse(s) Rex Ingram

Richard S. Attenborough (1923–2014) was an actor, director & producer, entrepreneur and President of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. Memorable performances in Miracle on 34th Street, and in Jurassic Park decades later. As a director & producer, he won 2 Academy Awards for Gandhi in 1983. Brother of naturalist film maker, David Attenborough.

Film's Richard Attenborough dies

Richard Attenborough, Baron Attenborough, CBE was an English actor, film director, producer and entrepreneur. He was also the President of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He has passed away at age

Mary Kornman in Dogs of War (1923 film)

Mary Kornman in Dogs of War (1923 film)

Estelle Getty  Born: July 25, 1923, New York City  Died: July 22, 2008, Los Angeles  Height: 4' 11" (1.49 m)  Buried: July 25, 2008, Hollywood Forever Cemetery  Awards: Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress - Comedy Series,

Golden Girls star Estelle Getty dies at 84

Estelle Getty, ‘Golden Girls’ Matriarch Born: July New York City Died: July Los Angeles. Height: Awards: Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress - Comedy Series, The Golden Girls. Cause of death: Dementia with Lewy Bodies.

Anne Baxter (1923 - 1985)  performances in films such as The Magnificent Ambersons (1942),  one of my favorite movies...

Anne Baxter (May 1923 – December was an American actress known for her performances in films such as The Magnificent Ambersons The Razor's Edge All About Eve and The Ten Commandments

I love this photo!!! I want to be a mermaid. but that is not all, I think its just darling that they managed to get a baby in a mermaid tail. When i grow up I am to purchase a mermaid tail for me, and if I have a girl ill buy her one!!

Mislabeled as: Mermaid. This is Glynis Johns in the movie “Miranda” Great movie. Second movie was Mad About Men made in 1954 in Technicolor. Glynis Johns appears in both films as the mermaid Miranda.

Clara Bow // what a betty I got to apply this look to a friend for class credit in high school. Best assignment EVER!

Madge Bellamy (June 1899 – January was an American stage and film actress who was a popular leading lady in the and early

JULIETTE COMPTON (Z) (May 3, 1899 - March 19, 1989) performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1920. Later she performed in films as Juliette Compton (or Julie Compton) from 1924-1941.

In she married Miami Beach businessman Harold Shapiro to whom she remained married until her death

Joe Cobb in Dogs of War (1923 film)

Joe Cobb in Dogs of War (1923 film)