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"Shooting Stars" (1928)

"Sherlock Holmes" (1916)

"The Vanishing American" (1925)

"Why Be Good" (1929)

and over 600 more!

Buddy Rogers' Home

- plus homes of

over 125 other stars!!

SILENT MOVIE SCREENINGS

Bobby Agnew

Douglas MacLean

Snub Pollard

plus hundreds more!

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"Silent Women: Pioneers of Cinema" edited by Melody Bridges and Cheryl Robson

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Limited Edition Baby Peggy Photos!

Baby Peggy herself (Diana Serra Cary) is offering a limited edition collection of autographed photos from her family archives. Click here for more information.

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Support a Grave Marker for Katherine Grant

Remember this lovely actress from the Charley Chase shorts? She died young and is buried in an unmarked grave. Help support a grave marker campaign for her by clicking here: www.gofundme.com/katherinegrant

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NEW REVIEW ADDED!!

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by Jennifer Gale

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New Blu-Ray edition of John Ford's classic 3 BAD MEN from Kino-Lorber August 23rd!

PATHS TO PARADISE (1926 - 65 min.) The classic comedy starring Raymond Griffith and Betty Compson is seven minutes longer than the only previous version available for home video. WE'RE IN THE NAVY NOW (1926 - 58 min.) is another hilarious teaming of Raymond Hatton and Wallace Beery while THE MOTHER AND THE LAW (1919 - 94 min.) is D.W. Griffith drama at its best. All have new, original organ scores by David Knudtson.

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From Olive Films, Cecil B. DeMille's THE CAPTIVE (1915 - 50 min.) with Blanche Sweet & House Peters - 9/23/16

Kino Lorber premieres PIONEERS OF AFRICAN AMERICAN CINEMA (1918-1942 - 952 min.), a five-disc Blu-Ray set, while Milestone Film brings us THE DAUGHEROF DAWN (1920- 87 min.) with an all Native American cast. The Serial Squadron has done it once again with a complete 15-chapter silent serial, THE HOPE DIAMOND MYSTERY (1921 - @5 hrs.) with Grace Darmond and Boris Karloff.