Greta Garbo

Thursday, August 9, 2018

Scott Lord Silent Film: Reaching for the Moon (Emerson, Loos, 1917)



Silent Film

Scott Lord Silent Film: Rhubarb Vaseline in Mud and Sand

Silent Film

Scott Lord Silent Film: Dr Pyckle and Mr. Pride (Pembroke, 1925)

Scott Lord Silent Film: West of Hot Dog

Silent Film

Scott Lord Silent Film: The Slueth (Sweet, 1925)

Scott Lord Silent Film: Silent Film Studio Tour, Thomas Ince Studios

Friday, August 3, 2018

Scott Lord Silent Film:The Death of Rudolph Valentino (Pathe Newsreel)



The volume “Valentino As I Knew Him” was quickly published in 1926 by S.George Ullman and the A.L.Burt Company. Ullmangives an account of his reminisces of Rudolph Valentino and his conversations with him. “The priest came at my summons and was alone with the dying man for some time...Rudy forced a smile so wan that it belied his brave words and said, ‘I’ll be alright’...’Don’t pull down the blinds! I feel fine. I want the sunlight to greet me.’...These were the last intelligible words he ever spoke.”