Here are some silent film stars who are breaking out of their shells to celebrate Easter and welcome springtime. A short more recent video is in the middle.
|Josephine Hill comes out of her shell 1920|
Her movies included Westerns
Hill was in films with Champion and Bullet,
two of the first famous dog actors
|June Collyer 1928|
Her work included the Stu Erwin Show (with her husband Stuart Erwin)
and a 1934 film with Bela Lugosi, Murder by Television
Hope Lange's Easter Party Roddy McDowall, Robert Redford 1965
Soapbox Productions (no audio)
Hope Lange was in the television version of The Ghost & Mrs. Muir, co-starring with Edward Mulhare.
Director Alfred Hitchcock, who gave us the film Psycho, was said to have an aversion to eggs.... This dislike showed up in his films.
If you don't like the thought of egg salad or worse Deviled Eggs, don't look.
A couple of the guys:
|Though Fred Kohler tended to play heavies,|
he could be a softy, too 1928
|Jackie Coogan and pet rabbit Oscar 1924|
Coogan was in The Kid with Charlie Chaplin
He grew up to work with Betty Grable and
co-star as Uncle Fester in The Addams Family
Related pages of interest:
Animated Characters on the Hollywood Walk of Fame: Bugs Bunny and more
Ducks and Geese in Movies