"Silents Are Golden" is dedicated this month to the memory of

Steve Haynes

who, as cofounder of the annual Cinevent Film Festival,

brought so much enjoyment to the fans of early cinema.

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Celebrating our 17th year with over 800 photos of the stars, vintage reviews for nearly 600 silent films,

and in-depth commentary on more than 150 silent features!

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May 2015

This month celebrating the silent serial with commentary on Flicker Alley's new release,

the French serial "The House of Mystery" and much more!

Photos of the Silent Stars - Vintage Reviews of Silent Films - Silent Movies on TV

Articles and Essays on the Silent Era - Recommended Reading - Silent Movies on DVD - Homes of the Stars

Past Features of the Month - Reviews of the Rare and Obscure - The Best Silent Movie Links On The Net - Silent Movie Screenings

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NEW!! "The Pioneers of Movie Music" - a new CD from The Paragon Ragtime Orchestra

NEW!! "The Music of J.S. Zamecnik: The Sounds of the Silents" by Daniel Goldmark

(this article accompanies a new CD release of Zamecnik's music)

NEW!! "The Awakening Heart - Chaplin's 'The Vagabond'"

by Mark Pruett

 "Distressed Damsels and Masked Marauders"

by Ed Hulse

 "John Gilbert: The Last of the Silent Film Stars"

by Eve Golden

 "Buster Keaton's Crew"

by Lisle Foote

Ivan Mosjoukine - Hélène Darly - Charles Vanel

And four early silent serial queens!

Helen Gibson - Helen Holmes - Mary Fuller - Ruth Roland

of silent serials available today for home viewing!

Ivan Mosjoukine, Charles Vanel and Helene Darly in "The House of Mystery" (1923)

Arline Pretty and Henry G. Sell in "A Woman in Grey" (1920)

Molly King in "The Mystery of the Double Cross" (1917)

Flicker Alley's newest release, the 1923 French serial . . .

 


 

 

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