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Sunday, February 24, 2013

Legendary Louise Brooks




Pandora’s Box (1929)

Pandora's Box (German: Die Büchse der Pandora) is a 1929 German silent melodrama film based on Frank Wedekind's plays Erdgeist (Earth Spirit, 1895) and Die Büchse der Pandora (1904). Directed by Austrian filmmaker Georg Wilhelm Pabst, the film stars Louise Brooks, Fritz Kortner, and Francis Lederer.

Brooks' portrayal of a seductive, thoughtless young woman whose raw sexuality and uninhibited nature bring ruin to herself and those who love her, although initially unappreciated, eventually made the actress a star.

Diary of a Lost Girl (1929)

Diary of a Lost Girl (German: Tagebuch einer Verlorenen) is a 1929 silent film directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst and starring the American silent star Louise Brooks.

It is shot in black and white, and various versions of the film range from 79 minutes to 116 minutes in length. This was Brooks' second and last film with Pabst, and like their prior collaboration (1928's Pandora's Box), it is considered a classic film.

The film was based on the controversial and bestselling novel of the same name, Tagebuch einer Verlorenen (1905) by Margarete Böhme. A previous version of the novel, directed in 1918 by Richard Oswald is now considered a lost film.

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It's the Old Army Game (1926) W. C. Fields & Louise Brooks

Director: A. Edward Sutherland ... Writers: J.P. McEvoy (play), W.C. Fields (play)
Distributed by Paramount Pictures ... Release dates:
May 24, 1926 (premiere) ... July 11, 1926 (USA)

The film was directed by A. Edward Sutherland, billed as Eddie Sutherland, and co-stars Sutherland's aunt stage actress Blanche Ring in one of her few silent film appearances. The film is based on an original screen story by Fields based on several skits from his stage plays. Sutherland and Brooks married in June 1926 and divorced in June 1928.

The film was shot at Paramount's Astoria Studios facility in Astoria, Queens and in Manhattan and is preserved complete in the Library of Congress.


The Show Off (1926) Ford Sterling, Lois Wilson & Louise Brooks

A silent film comedy produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures, directed by Mal St. Clair, and starring Ford Sterling, Lois Wilson and Louise Brooks. The film is based on a 1924 Broadway play that had Lee Tracy in the cast.

This film is one of two films that co-starred popular Broadway actor Gregory Kelly (first husband of Ruth Gordon) who died shortly after The Show Off wrapped production. The film was produced in Philadelphia and New York City thus becoming a sort of time capsule record of buildings long gone and neighborhoods changed.

Preserved at the Library of Congress the film can be found in near mint condition...

The film was a big success when released and further enhanced the career of Lousie Brooks who is more revered today than in her film-making heyday.

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