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One of my favorites, Erich Von Stroheim · Silent Film

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Eric Von Stroheim Director/Actor. Known as the Man You Love To Hate.

Erich von Stroheim with Miss DuPont


Zasu Pitts & Erich Von Stroheim

The Great Flamarion - Erich von Stroheim

Erich von Stroheim

The 100 Best Silent Films of All Time

THE MERRY WIDOW, Erich von Stroheim, 1925

Boris Karloff and Erich von Stroheim

Erich Von Stroheim (1922) as the Count in "Foolish Wives"

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The Cinema of Erich von Stroheim. Hello, Sister!

Erich von Stroheim before rebuilding the Casino of Monte Carlo, the setting of his film Foolish Wives, 1922

... this movie is a ripoff of a D.W. Griffith film (the heroine spins and twirls and is a squirrel aficionado) with a heavy dose of Erich von Stroheim ...


The Great Gabbo

Erich von Stroheim (September 22, 1885 – May 12, 1957) was an Austrian director, actor and producer.

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Stroheim also participated in plays. He is seen here as Jonathan Brewster in the Broadway version of Arsenic and Old Lace. Stroheim assumed the role from ...

Edward Steichen - Erich von Stroheim dans son film The Wedding March, 1926

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There is only one reason people watch this movie and it can be summed up in this little list: Erich von Stroheim +…

Fay Wray in The Wedding March (1928, dir. Erich Von Stroheim)

Erich von Stroheim turned his singular talents to a classic operetta and the resulting film was the biggest hit of his career.

Ten lost silent films

Less Than Dust (1916) A Silent Film Review

The Honeymoon (1928) Stars: Zasu Pitts, Erich von Stroheim, Fay Wray

I always wanted to see The Merry Widow with John Gilbert and Mae Murray. Von Stroheim directed it (Stroheim also directed Greed, one of my favorites).

Blind Husbands (1919, Erich von Stroheim)

Films I Love #17: The Silence (Ingmar Bergman, 1963)

Napoleon (1927)

... Silents in collaboration with Bristol 2014, Watershed and Photoplay Productions will screen a double bill of two great silent film epics about the First ...

Stroheim, the “footage fetishist,” at work.

... of great silent films from The Passion of Joan of Arc (pictured above) to countless Charlie Chaplin or Buster Keaton movies. Which one is your favorite?

Erich von Stroheim

In a queasy-making confluence of fact and fiction, the butler Max von Mayerling, who is acting as film projector, is played by none other that Von Stroheim ...

The Man You Loved to Hate Poster. Erich von Stroheim ...

Erich von Stroheim

Norma Talmadge: single girl in the big city. Her bosses think that her duties include… well, let's just say she has to slap a few of them. An idea!

And here she is as operator of the Santa Rosita Police Department in 'Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, World':

10658393_1. Erich von Stroheim remains one of the most controversial filmmakers of the silent ...

A movie in need of saving.


The most interesting element of Blind Husbands comes from that it blames no one in this bizarre love triangle. There's no simple categorization of the ...

Malombra (1917): Lyda Borelli and the Italian divas of silent cinema

Stage Struck

Baby Peggy, on the poster for the 1923 film Little Miss Hollywood

Sunset Boulevard: what Billy Wilder's satire really tells us about Hollywood | Film | The Guardian

The full list of films (and links to other completed posts) can be found here. This is the end: Erich von Stroheim's epic tale of Greed.

Stroheim as Lt. Erich von Steuben in Blind Husbands (1919)

Love! Honor! Packing!

Mary Pickford

The Man You Love to Hate playing a man who used to be director. Talk about blurred lines. I imagine Von Stroheim's office walls were covered in black patent ...

Erich von Stroheim Screenplay and Director

Ventriloquist Gabbo (Stroheim) with Otto in The Great Gabbo (1929)

What is the Worst Silent Movie You've Ever Seen? – Movies Silently

Forget what you think you know about the conservative purveyor of stolid 1950s epics and experience the raw power of Cecil B. DeMille's scintillating “ ...

Silents by numbers

... who despite decades away from the cameras, their careers tarnished by changes in the industry were to a pair of twins from grey Surrey still gold.

Erich von Stroheim

Slapstick 2017: Ben Model on being a silent comedy detective

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Blind Husbands (Silent). Amazon Video ~ Erich von Stroheim

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The Drag Net (1928)

Greta Garbo, Owen Moore and Erich von Stroheim in As You Desire Me (1932

“MGM,” Thalberg once told Vidor about an idea that wasn't The Crowd, “can certainly afford a few experimental projects,” although as Erich von Stroheim ...

Sharpshooter Flamarion (Stroheim) with Connie (Mary Beth Hughes) in The Great Flamarion (1945)

Blind Husbands / The Great Gabbo

Charley Chase … nice trews

Gloria Swanson

The immensley successful silent movie version from 1925, directed by Erich von Stroheim.

#23. Greed (1924) – Thousand Movie Project

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Move Over, Rudy

1. Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson

Alraune aka Unnatural aka Vengeance aka Mandragore

My Best Girl (1927)

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Silents by numbers


Directors: Rupert Julian, Erich von Stroheim ...

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The Great White Silence Poster. Trailer. 1:56 | Trailer

No Biblical or classical settings here, but simply a nauseating investigation into human frailty. Erich von Stroheim claimed that the original cut of his ...

There were once coffee table books devoted to Von Stroheim. I don't think there will be again. Something about EvS must have appealed to that pioneering ...

Posted on June 24, 2017 by Fritzi Kramer

Erich von Stroheim

Still image from "He Who Gets Slapped"

He learned the craft of filmmaking by working as an extra and assistant director to D.W. Griffith, and came of age as a director in the mid-1920s, ...

The face of a person who makes a 9-hour movie.