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Swedish Silent Film

Swedish Silent Film: Victor Sjostrom

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Victor Sjostrom as Seastrom and Mauritz Stiller


Scottt Lord Silent Film:The Three Musketeers (Niblo, 1921)

Scott Lord Silent Film: Dorothy Gish in Nell Gwyn (Herbert Wilcox, 1926)

Scott Lord Silent Film: The Wedding March (Eric Von Strohiem, 1928)

Sweden Talks, Waiting in Vain for Greta Garbo


      
     Author Jon Wengatrom has noted that as early as October of 1933 director Gustaf Molander and cameraman Julius Jaenzon were among the founding members of the Swedish Film Society (Svenska Filmsamfundet), a body which eventually let to the forming of The Swedish Fi...

Scott Lord Silent Film: La Vie et la passion de Jésus Christ (1903)

Scott Lord Silent Film: Jesus of Nazereth (From The Manger to the Cross,...

Scott Lord Silent Film: Robin Hood (Dwan, 1922)




Scott Lord Silent Film:The Conquering Power (Ingram, 1921)



Scott Lord Silent Film: The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Worsley, 1923)

Prior to having directed Lon Chaney in the twelve reel silent film “The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Wallace Worsely had been behind the camera for the films “The Penalty” (1920” and “The Ace of Hearts” (1921), both films having feature the Man of a Thousand Faces....

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Victor Seastrom-Greta Garbo
"The Image Makers see their images emerge out of the story. And then suddenly: darkness."- Per Olov Enquist in Bildmakarna, a fictional account of Victor Sjostrom, Julius Jaenzon, Tora Teje and Selma Lagerlof