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Bread (1924) was a Drama - Silent Films Film directed by Victor Schertzinger .

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Frank Lackteen, Features Perfectly Suited for the Villain, the Bread and Butter of His Career

By C. S. Williams on Aug 26, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

Frank Lackteen Frank Lackteen, what can one say about a man with nearly two-hundred (albeit, many uncredited roles and extra work) celluloid appearances? So, I will begin at his beginning, because his beginnings molded his film future. He was born Mohammed Hassan Lackteen, in Labanon, 1897. He, hi... Read full article


Frank Lackteen, Features Perfectly Suited for the Villain, the Bread and Butter of His Career

By C. S. Williams on Aug 26, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

Frank Lackteen Frank Lackteen, what can one say about a man with nearly two-hundred (albeit, many uncredited roles and extra work) celluloid appearances? So, I will begin at his beginning, because his beginnings molded his film future. He was born Mohammed Hassan Lackteen, in Labanon, 1897. He, hi... Read full article


Frank Lackteen, Features Perfectly Suited for the Villain, the Bread and Butter of His Career

By C. S. Williams on Aug 26, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

Frank Lackteen Frank Lackteen, what can one say about a man with nearly two-hundred (albeit, many uncredited roles and extra work) celluloid appearances? So, I will begin at his beginning, because his beginnings molded his film future. He was born Mohammed Hassan Lackteen, in Labanon, 1897. He, hi... Read full article


Our Daily Bread (1934)

By Beatrice on Apr 16, 2013 From Flickers in Time

Our Daily Bread (1934) Directed by King Vidor 1934/USA King W. Vidor Productions (as Viking Productions, Inc.) First Viewing Mary Sims: But how, John? Who’s going to save us? John Sims: Not who, Mary, what. The bread will save us, the bread. John and Mary Sims (Tom Keane and Karen Morely) ... Read full article


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