The Count (1916) was a Short Films Film directed by Charlie Chaplin and produced by Charlie Chaplin and Henry P. Caulfield.
Richard Chamberlain as The Count of Monte-CristoBy Rick29 on Aug 16, 2018 From Classic Film & TV Cafe
Chamberlain as Edmond Dantes. Between his TV heartthrob status as Dr. Kildare and his reign as "King of the Miniseries," Richard Chamberlain sought to expand his acting versatility. He appeared in Shakespeare plays, worked with unconventional director Ken Russell, and played a different sort of Pri... Read full article
New From Warner Archive: The Counterfeit Plan (1957) and Slander (1957)By KC on Jul 21, 2014 From Classic Movies
This week I watched a pair of new releases from Warner Archive, both made in 1957. They differed so much in sophistication that it was hard to believe they hit theaters the same year. The Counterfeit Plan is the less glossy of the two, a brisk Warner Bros. release featuring the reliably sleaz... Read full article
The Gish Sisters Blogathon: The Countdown Begins!By Movies, Silently on Aug 14, 2013 From Movies Silently
It’s hard to believe that the Gish Sisters Blogathon is less than a month away! I just wanted to update everyone on what has been happening. A three day celebration of the careers of Lillian and Dorothy Gish. September 7, 8 and 9 Right here or at my co-hostess Lindsey’s blog, The Motion ... Read full article
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