Open, general discussion of silent films, personalities and history.
This is tagged as being Forrest Stanley and Marion Davies in Beauty's Worth (1922), but I don't think it is. It looks more like Matt Moore to me and the era looks more like late teens than the 1920s. I can't make it look like Stanley and I don't recognize the scene. Any ideas?
Weird. I can't place that hair in any Davies film.... You may be right!missdupont wrote:The woman looks more like Eileen Percy.
I agree that it's not Marion. The pouty cheeks give it away.drednm wrote:Weird. I can't place that hair in any Davies film.... You may be right!missdupont wrote:The woman looks more like Eileen Percy.
If that's Kathleen Clifford sitting down right with the gentleman, then the film could be "No More Women" (1924) with Matt Moore and Madge Bellamy. Bellamy's hair seems a lot more blonde in this picture, however, than usual, although by the time the talkies came about, her hair was much more blonde.
Yes, I saw that too.missdupont wrote:The photos of NO MORE WOMEN I find in Lantern show Bellamy with her regular dark curly hair and Moore with a mustache.