Tuesday, August 18, 2015
The LBS recommends these silent film era links
I've been working on rebuilding the Louise Brooks Society website, in particular one of its oldest pages, "Lulu in Cyberspace". It is a page of links to other Louise Brooks sites and pages as well as recommended links to other silent film, movie history and Jazz Age material.
Anna May Wong (documentary)
Arbucklemania (Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle)
Blog Chaplin (from Brazil)
Charlie Chaplin (official)
Charlie Chaplin (BFI)
Clara Bow Appreciation Society (Facebook)
Discovering Chaplin (blog)
Greta Garbo (official)
Harold Lloyd (official)
Lillian Gish (official)
Marlene Dietrich (official)
Silent Film Group (Facebook)
Silent Squadron (serials)
Silent Treatment (newsletter)
Taylorology (William Desmond Taylor)
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