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The King of Kings: General Release Version (1927) Cecil B. DeMille, master of the epic film, directed a cast of thousands in this silent, spectacular cinematic reenactment of Christ's life -- one of the highest-grossing movies of its time. H.B. Warner, Ernest Torrence and Joseph Schildkraut star in the lavish production. This newly restored digital transfer of the 1931 release has a revamped musical score. Extras include clips from the making of the film, cast portraits and production sketch...

Ben-Hur: Collector's Edition: The Silent Version (1925) Before William Wyler's grand epic, this 1925 silent version of Ben-Hur stunned audiences with lavish sets and a spectacular chariot race. An orchestral score from acclaimed Hollywood composer Carl Davis is added to this version of Fred Niblo's film. The picture went on to become the third-highest-grossing silent film of all time. Ramon Novarro stars as Judah Ben-Hur, Francis X. Bushman plays Messala, and May McAvoy takes on the role of ...

Ernest Ian Torrence, Elsie Torrence And Ernest Torrence At The Movie Premiere Of King Of Kings At Grauman's Chinese Theater

Peter Pan, starring Ernest Torrence

I sing along to this one all the time.

Margaret Dumont & Groucho Marx "Animal Crackers" via Pete Davis This photo is of the ballroom scene from the stage version of "Animal Crackers". This scene was left out of the film version. Margaret Dumont was the best straight man in comedy.

Ernest Torrence in C.B. DeMill's 1927 King of Kings.

Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer in "The Sound of Music"

Dolores del Río (1904 – 1983) Mexican #film #actress from the Silent Era, Golden Age of Hollywood & Mexican films #vintage

Singin' in the Rain (1952) Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds and Donald O'Connor combine their talents in one of the greatest big-screen musicals ever made, a two-time Oscar nominee that includes the songs "Good Morning," "Make 'Em Laugh" and the iconic title tune. When Hollywood attempts the transition from silent films to talkies, a matinee idol (Kelly) hopes to make the cut. But he's hampered by a silent-movie queen (Jean Hagen) with a voice like fingernails on a blackboard.

The Gospel of John (2003) This word-for-word adaptation of the 21 chapters of the Gospel According to John tells story of Jesus' life -- mostly focusing on his final hours, his crucifixion and the events that followed -- from disciple John's point of view. The epic film draws its audience into antiquity through meticulous re-creation, including an original musical score complete with instrumental sounds of the time. Christopher Plummer narrates much of the film.

Melody Time (1948) Opening with songbird Frances Langford crooning "Once Upon a Wintertime" over beautiful frosty scenes, this charming follow-up to Make Mine Music fuses wonderful Disney animation and contemporary music from 1948, the year the film was released. The anthology continues with a blend of nature and musical images set to "Bumble Boogie," and Donald Duck reunites with his cigar-smoking pal José Carioca in "Blame It on the Samba."

So beautiful!!! Doris Day

Hollywood Legend Ernest Torrence-was a famous silent screen actor, of the Golden Era... He made over 50 films, and was one of the great actors!

Humphrey Bogart and Leslie Howard, The Petrified Forest 1936, Archie Mayo

Robert Redford

Gary Cooper, Miriam Hopkins, Fredric March, and director Ernst Lubitsch on the set of Design for Living (1933)

Fred MacMurray

Katharine Hepburn, “A Bill of Divorcement”, 1932

Sunday, October 6, 1963: Barbra Streisand is a guest-star on The Judy Garland Show (1963-64, CBS) — Ray Aghayan costume sketch