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Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Your Favorite Silent Films and new coming...

If this TCM showing was available to you, I hope your enjoyed 'Souls for Sale' and 'A Woman of Paris'. You can see a bit of the cameo scene that Charlie Chaplin appeared in 'Souls for Sale' in the 'Unknown Chaplin' series. Also, thanks for your email answers on last week's question 'What were Edna's last two films'. The answers were 'A Woman of the Sea' (never released) and 'Education de Prince', which showed in France.

For a change, I am going to do a long running question to see what is your favorite silent films. It does not have to be just one but could be two or three you have enjoyed. Just post in comments if you wish.

Coming new is a little post I will be calling: Brief Glimpse. Brief Glimpse will be an item I will link to a special page, but it will only be up for a short while, before I will replace with a new item. There will be no announcements of what will be shown, so come back for a visit to find the first 'Brief Glimpse' coming sometime within the next two weeks.

Chaplin Library has been updated with the latest books from Dominique Dugros collection! Special note from Dominique: Japanese book on Chaplin which we like to send a special thanks to Chaplin fan SHUNISHI OHKUBO.

Meanwhile, more work on Edna is continuing and any announcements will be made here and on Edna's site. Thanks for visiting!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sunrise for a drama and Show People for comic are two I have enjoyed...

Anonymous said...

The Unknown with Lon Chaney and Joan Crawford.