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Silent Era Male Stars

Oscar Shaw (born Oscar Schwartz, was a stage and screen actor and singer in silent and talkie eras. (The Cocoanuts, Flying High)

. Morris Foster (September 9, 1881 – April 24, 1966) was an American actor of the silent era. He appeared in 79 films between 1914 and 1923.. Married to Mignin Anderson (A Yellowstone Honeymoon 1915)

THE LITTLE RASCALS in 1925

Crane Wilbur was a writer, actor and director for stage, radio and screen. Wilbur is best remembered for playing Harry Marvin in The Perils of Pauline. His cousin was actor Tyrone Power, Jr. 1886-1973

Monte Blue (January 11, 1887 – February 18, 1963) was a movie actor who began his career as a romantic leading man in the silent film era, and later progressed to character roles.

David Llewelyn Wark "D. W." Griffith was a premier pioneering American film director. He is best known as the director of the epic 1915 film The Birth of a Nation and the subsequent film Intolerance. 1875-48

Elmer Booth, silent film actor, brother of film editor Margaret Booth, starred in first gangster film :The Musketeers of Pig Alley 1882-1915

Karl Dane was a Danish comedian and actor known for his work in American films, mainly of the silent film era. He worked alongside Rudolph Valentino, John Gilbert, and King Vidor. ( Son of the Sheik, The Big House, Baby Mine, Brotherly Love, La Bohème,) 1886-1934

Frederick William Rains (generally known as Fred Rains) (1860-1945) was a British actor and film director. He was the father of the actor Claude Rains.

Eddie Lyons, actor, director, writer, producer of the Silent Era. 1886-1926

B. Reeves Eason Jr. was a silent screen child actor. Billed as "Master Breezy Reeves, Jr.", "Universal's Littlest Cowboy" and later, also known as Breezy Eason, Jr., he was the son of motion picture director and actor B. Reeves Eason. Killed during a filming of The Fox(aged 6) (Gold and the Woman, Sure Fire) 1914-21

Egbert Austin "Bert" Williams was one of the preeminent entertainers of the Vaudeville era and one of the most popular comedians for all audiences of his time. He was by far the best-selling black recording artist before 1920, Ziegfield Follies 1910-1919 (Song~"Nobody", film~A Natural Born Gambler (1916) 1874-1922

Russell Simpson, silent and sound movies, stage actor, predominantly Westerns, character sound actor (Pa Joad in Grapes Of Wrath) 1880-1959

Stan Laurel, silent and talkie comedian. He was in a double act with Oliver Hardy. (1890-1965

Harry Langdon, vaudevillian, silent movie and early talkies, comedian, comedy script writer, director (Tramp, Tramp, Tramp, Long Pants) 1884-1944

Milton Sills, stage, silent and sound actor, married to Doris Kenyon (Sea Hawk) 1882-1930

Ben Lyon, silent and sound movie star, married to Bebe Daniels 1901-78

Maurice Bennett Lefty Flynn. Footballer and silent movie actor , once married to actress Viola Dana 1892-1956

Tully Marshall, theatrical actor, silent and sound movie star 1864-1943

Clyde Cook, silent and sound comeDian, acrobat , aka Kangaroo Boy (Wandering Pappas) 1891-1984

Lew Cody, silent and early sound actor, married to Actress Mabel Normand 1884-1934

GEORGE K. ARTHUR (c.1920s) - silent movie actor born in Scotland (The Boob, Spring Fever) 1899-1985

Bob Steele, silent and sound Western movie actor (f-Troop) 1907-88

Ken Maynard, silent and sound Western actor, stuntman, singer 1895-1973

Buck Jones, silent and sound movie actor notably Westerns, died in the Cocoanut Grove fire, son-in-law was Noah Beery, Jr. 1891-1942