7 edition of Silent film stars on the stages of Seattle found in the catalog.
Silent film stars on the stages of Seattle
Eric L. Flom
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Eric L. Flom.|
|LC Classifications||PN2277.S45 F56 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008053632|
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Three appendices provide a list of Seattle +film+stars+on+the+stages+of+seattle. In addition to writing books about silent film, Eric L. Flom is a contributing editor to HistoryLink, an online encyclopedia of Washington state history, and has written film and theatre pieces for The Seattle Times, The Enterprise and Silent Era.A longtime resident of Seattle Drawing on material from the J.
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Three appendices provide a Before they became household names, many would-be Hollywood stars began their careers as small-time actors in regional theatres and playhouses.
Few of them earned much recognition based on their time in the footlights, but often the stage provided these Hollywood hopefuls with their first break in show business. Drawing on material from the J.
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