The Hearts of Age (1934) was a Silent Films - Silent Films Film directed by Orson Welles and William Vance and produced by William Vance.
The Hearts of Age (1934)By Andrew Wickliffe on May 3, 2015 From The Stop Button
The Hearts of Age is a funny short film. It’s weird funny, but it’s also funny funny. The weird has these grotesquely made up people–the film centers on an old woman, sitting on a bell, being pulled from below by this servant (in blackface). People pass her, going down these stairs... Read full article
Short Film Saturday- The Hearts of AgeBy Bernardo Villela on Sep 8, 2012 From The Movie Rat
Here’s another short that comes from a cinematic legend’ school days. This is a silent (the score, which is very appropriate was added later on), surrealist piece by Orson Welles made when he was 19. There are commonly referred to images throughout and it’s tonal more than anything... Read full article
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