1. Notes: 17294 / 2 years ago  from oldhollywood

    oldhollywood:

    1910’s-era movie theater etiquette Public Service Announcements (via 1,2)

    Most early movie theaters had only one projector so “etiquette slides” were used to divert the audience while reels were being changed. These glass slides often featured lighthearted instructions for proper behavior while viewing a film.

  2. Notes: 2 / 2 years ago 
    The Cameraman, 1928:
     
  3. Notes: 4 / 2 years ago 
    The Kid, 1921
     
  4. Notes: 519 / 2 years ago  from oldhollywood

    oldhollywood:

    Poster art: Czech edition (click on individual posters for artist/film info) (via)

  5. Notes: 9 / 2 years ago 
    Breathless, 1960
     
  6. Notes: 31 / 2 years ago 
    Man with the Movie Camera, 1929
     
  7. 3 years ago  from bookmarklet
    Buster Keaton by ~ReneeMoody
     
  8. Notes: 12658 / 3 years ago  from suicideblonde
    suicideblonde:

Autochrome portrait of Charlie Chaplin (ca. 1917-1918) taken by Charles C. Zoller

    suicideblonde:

    Autochrome portrait of Charlie Chaplin (ca. 1917-1918) taken by Charles C. Zoller

     
  9. Notes: 2 / 3 years ago 
    The Cameraman by Baby Shambles (deviant art)

    The Cameraman by Baby Shambles (deviant art)

     
  10. Notes: 13 / 3 years ago 
    Stowaway, 1936:
Available on Netflix Instant
     
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