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Peacock Feathers lobby card - Vintage movie public domain poster

Peacock Feathers lobby card - Vintage movie public domain poster

Lobby card for the American drama film Peacock Feathers (1925). Public domain photograph of a movie film poster advertisement, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Classified (1925) - 1 - silent film printed advertisement

Classified (1925) - 1 - silent film printed advertisement

Advertisement for the American drama film Classified (1925) with Corinne Griffith, on page 6 of the October 21, 1925 Film Daily.

A scene from "The Frisky Mrs Johnson," with Billie Burke (SAYRE 14328)

A scene from "The Frisky Mrs Johnson," with Billie Burke (SAYRE 14328)

A scene from the American comedy film The Frisky Mrs. Johnson (1920), with Billie Burke. Subjects: motion pictures, actresses

The Frisky Mrs. Johnson (1920) 1

The Frisky Mrs. Johnson (1920) 1

Left to right: Jean De Briac, Billie Burke, and Ward Crane in the American comedy film The Frisky Mrs. Johnson (1920) - publicity still (original image damaged, cropped and modified : see source)

Borrowedfinery-1925-lobbycard

Borrowedfinery-1925-lobbycard

Borrowed Finery was a 1925 American silent drama film produced and released by Tiffany Pictures. This is a lobby card for the film.

French Heels poster - Vintage movie public domain poster

French Heels poster - Vintage movie public domain poster

Poster for the American romantic comedy film French Heels (1922) with Irene Castle and Ward Crane.

Luck of the Irish lobby card - Vintage movie public domain poster

Luck of the Irish lobby card - Vintage movie public domain poster

Lobby card for the American drama film The Luck of the Irish (1920).

In the Heart of a Fool (1920) - 3

In the Heart of a Fool (1920) - 3

Advertisement for the American drama film In the Heart of a Fool with Mary Thurman, James Kirkwood, Ward Crane, Maryland Morne (1900 – 1935), Philo McCullough, and John Burton (1853 – 1920), on pages 32 and 33... More