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About the CMH Blog:
What can I say? I just love watching classic movies, television shows and cartoons…so why not write about them! But, it’s not just me contributing to this blog… I am happy to say that there are a number of very talented and passionate contributors that also write for the blog. And, luckily CMH is part of a very knowledgable and wonderful classic movie community that adds to the fun and interaction…

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5 Responses to About

  1. Charlie Morrow says:

    I have many favorite comediennes from the silent era, but Marion Davies is a special favorite — particularly in Show People and The Patsy — because seeing her best work came as such a pleasant surprise. Before I was able to view these films I’d encountered some negative feedback about her abilities, so it was a revelation to discover how gifted she was, and how funny she could be. In retrospect, I think the bad-mouthing came from people reacting to Davies’ unconventional private life. Who knows if they’d even SEEN her films? P.S. I do not have a Twitter account, so I am posting here to enter but cannot tweet the message.

  2. Annmarie Gatti says:

    Thanks so much. Got it!

  3. Cynthia Cooke says:

    My grandmother was an actress at Essanay Studio in 1917 and 1918. Her name was Lyda Dalzell (misspelled as Lydia). I would love to see a photo or the films she was in. My grandmother passed away in 1974 when I was 10 yrs old. I always heard Wallace Beery had a crush on her.

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