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Thursday, March 21, 2013

Clara Bow: Helen's Babies (1924) & The Plastic Age (1925), Down to the Sea in Ships (1922) & Parisian Love (1925), IT! & WINGS, too! (1927)



Clara Bow: Helen's Babies (1924) & The Plastic Age (1925) - 1 DVD

Helen's Babies (1924) Baby Peggy
Classic silent comedy film directed by William A. Seiter, based on the 1876 novel of the same name by John Habberton. It was a vehicle specifically designed to star Baby Peggy.

Starring Baby Peggy, Edward Everett Horton & Clara Bow

Directed by William A. Seiter
Produced by Sol Lesser
Written by John Habberton (book), Louis D. Lighton, Hope Loring
Release date: October 12, 1924
Running time: 85 minutes


The Plastic Age (1925)
A black-and-white silent film, starring Clara Bow, Donald Keith, and Gilbert Roland in his film debut. The film survives today not only on 16 mm film, but also on video and DVD.
The film was based on a best-selling novel from 1924 of the same name, written by Percy Marks, a Brown University English instructor who chronicled the life of the fast-set of that university and used the fictitious Sanford College as a backdrop.
The Plastic Age is known to most silent film fans as the very first hit of Clara Bow's career, and helped jumpstart her fast rise to stardom. Frederica Sagor Maas and Eve Unsell adapted the book for the screen.
Directed by Wesley Ruggles
Produced by B.P. Schulberg
Screenplay by Frederica Sagor, Eve Unsell
Release date: December 15, 1925
July 18, 1926 (New York City, New York)
April 23, 1928 (Finland)
Original Music Scores by Brian Pinette
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Down to the Sea in Ships (1922) & Parisian Love (1925) - 1 DVD
Down to the Sea in Ships (1922)
American silent film about a 19th century Massachusetts whaling family.
Starring William Walcott, Marguerite Courtot, Raymond McKee & Clara Bow
Directed & Produced by Elmer Clifton
Written by John L.E. Pell
Cinematography, Paul H. Allen, A.G. Penrod
Distributed by W.W. Hodkinson
Release dates: First showing September 25, 1922 ('Olympia' Rhode Island).
Main release March 4, 1923.
Running time: 94 minutes
Original Music Score by Brian Pinette

Parisian Love (1925)

American silent film about Street people Armand and Marie who are madly in love, and she persuades Armand and other gang members to rob the home of Pierre Marcel...
Stars: Clara Bow, Donald Keith and Lillian Leighton
Directed by Louis J. Gasnier
Written by F. Oakley Crawford (story), Lois Hutchinson (adaptation)
Release Date: 1 August 1925 (USA)
Production Co: B.P. Schulberg Productions
Runtime: 61 minutes
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Clara Bow has IT! & WINGS, too! (1927) - 1 DVD


It (1927) a silent romantic comedy film which tells the story of a shop girl who sets her sights on the handsome and wealthy boss of the department store where she works. Because of this film, actress Clara Bow became known as the "It girl".
The invention of the concept It is generally attributed to Elinor Glyn, but already in 1904, R. Kipling, in the short story "Mrs. Bathurst" introduced It.
It isn't beauty, so to speak, nor good talk necessarily. It's just 'It'. Some women will stay in a man's memory if they once walk down the street.
In February 1927 Cosmopolitan published a two-part serial story in which Glyn defined It.
That quality possessed by some which draws all others with its magnetic force. With 'It' you win all men if you are a woman and all women if you are a man. 'It' can be a quality of the mind as well as a physical attraction.
The picture was considered lost, but a nitrate-copy was found in Prague in the 1960s.
In 2001, It was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

AND

Wings (1927)

A TRUE classic silent film about World War I fighter pilots, produced by Lucien Hubbard, directed by William A. Wellman and released by Paramount Pictures. Wings was the first of two silent films, the other being The Artist at the 84th Academy Awards in 2012, to win the Academy Award for Best Picture.

Wings stars Clara Bow, Charles "Buddy" Rogers, and Richard Arlen. Gary Cooper appears in a role which helped launch his career in Hollywood and also marked the beginning of his affair with Clara Bow.

The film was re-released to Cinemark theaters for a limited run in May 2012.

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