Here is another classic film music video I’ve put together based on the song “Blind” by Lifehouse.
This post is part of Seventh Annual Buster Keaton Blogathon hosted by Silent-ology. Hello again! I like to give a big “Thank you!” to Leah for hosting the blogathon for another year! Now, I know most Buster Keaton fans try to overlook his first talkie, Free and Easy (1930), as it marks the handover ofContinue reading “Free and Easy”
On Montgomery Clift “The most gorgeous thing in the world and easily one of the best actors.”
On James Dean “He was very afraid of being hurt. He was afraid of opening up in case it was turned around and used against him.”— Elizabeth Taylor
The Lord made a star named James Byron Dean on this day. A beautiful star that was only to be seen for a moment and then vanish. Yet, we still stand awestruck in the stardust he left behind. There will never again be such a man as he, and I wouldn’t have it any otherContinue reading “Happy Birthday, Jimmy”
Sorry for the zooming it requires to read this, but I couldn’t pass a gem like this up! It seems to be a British comic series featuring my favorite little man! I wonder if Buster ever read it himself. 😊
Here is a list of the most memorable silent film stars for IMDb. Which one holds the title of most attractive in your eyes? And, yes, I voted for Buster 🙂 .
I wanted to start going through the cartoons of old Hollywood and here is the first of the tentative series. And what better way to start than with one that features Buster? Incidentally, the dears above, from left to right are: Boris Karloff, Arthur Treacher, the darling dear, and Mischa Auer. At the beginning ofContinue reading “Hollywood Steps Out”