This site has been out of date for some time. I've made some updates
but still have to do a lot of working updating it.
Stars of the Silent Movies
There are now hundreds, if not thousands, of sites available.
I have a listing of those that I am aware of
but as new sites come online every day I cannot hope to have all of them.
Marlowe website is a very well presented site featuring numerous
photos and extensive information.
One of the greatest film comedians of all times is
Charlie Chaplin whose character, The Tramp,
is instantly recognizable by people the world over.
Palace has videos and other information about
to celebrate the centenary of his birth. They also have a selection
of Clara Bow videos.
One of the best fan pages was the
Harold Lloyd page,
dedicated to Harold Lloyd (who we featured in
December 1995 Silent Star of the Month).
It seems to have been offline for a long time now unfortunately.
There are other Harold Lloyd sites too. More will be listed here soon.
Silents Majority, dedicated to keeping the art of silent film alive!
Lillian Gish Home Page has a lot of inline images, plus lots of
information about Lillian Gish!
The Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford Home Page
has had quite a bit of development and is looking really good.
To celebrate her birthday (8th April, 1882), a
for Mary Pickford has been created. Be warned, however, as it has
lots of large images.
At the same site you will find a page on
The Louise Brooks Society is an excellent
page on Louise Brooks.
If it's pictures you're after,
Solomon's Louise Brooks picture gallery is the place to go. Both
these sites include links to other Louise Brooks pages.
Steve Ramsey has pages devoted to
Laurel and Hardy and
The Little Rascals.
Meet Stan and
Babe is another Laurel and Hardy page.
Taylorology is a newsletter which examines the life of
William Desmond Taylor and his contemporaries, and his unsolved murder.
There is a large amount of information on both Taylor and other members of
the silent movie industry in this newsletter. An excellent newsletter.
"Exploring the Faces of Lon Chaney" is a
Kino Online feature interview with
Michael F. Blake, Author of A Thousand Faces: Lon Chaney's Unique
Artistry in Motion Pictures.
Sites For Various People
Silent Movie page
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