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Legendary actress, Mabel Normand, was born Mabel Ethelreid Normand on Nov 10, 1895 in Staten Island, NY. Normand died at the age of 34 on Feb 22, 1930 in Monrovia, CA .
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How to NAIL a movie audition (hey, it worked for ) Animated GIFBy Fritzi Kramer on Jan 10, 2014 From Movies Silently
is determined to make it in the movies. This is her audition scene from Mabel’s Dramatic Career. She demonstrates her dancing abilities (no one could do a zany dance like Mabel) but is in danger of losing her balance. Ford Sterling comes to the rescue (or does he?) but the look o... Read full article
Always remember this: Don’t mess with , Animated GIFBy Fritzi Kramer on Jan 4, 2014 From Movies Silently
was one of the spunkiest ladies of the silents. Associated with the infamously rough Keystone studio, she could be as rowdy as any of the boys. Here she is backhanding studio head and real-life boyfriend Mack Sennett in the kisser. (The GIF is from the 1913 short Mabel’s Dramatic... Read full article
: Paying the PriceBy FlickChick on Jul 4, 2011 From A Person in the Dark
Eighth in a series about strong women in film. Strong women are independent, beautiful, sexy, feminine and just want everything in life that a man wants and believe that they have every right to have it! : A Breath of Spring Being beautiful is not easy (or so I've heard), nor is being... Read full article
Pawsome Pet Pictures: .By Dawn on May 18, 2011 From Noir and Chick Flicks
Personal Quote: "Say anything you like, but don`t say I love to work. That sounds like Mary Pickford, the prissy bi*** . (She and Pickford were actually good friends)".... Read full article
Silent Film Star: . (1)By Dawn on May 15, 2011 From Noir and Chick Flicks
(November 9, 1892 – February 23, 1930) was an silent film comedienne and actress. She was also known as one of the film industry's first female screenwriters, producers and directors. Onscreen she co-starred in many films with Charlie Chaplin and Roscoe Arbuckle, occasionally wri... Read full article
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