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  • Laugh, Clown, Laugh

    Lon Chaney's performance transcends a cliched plot about unrequited love in this 1928 melodrama (one of Chaney's biggest hits) directed by Herbert Brenon and shot by master cinematographer James Wong Howe. more...
  • Leap Year

    Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle is better known now as the victim of a Hollywood scandal (his career was cut short in 1921 by a false murder charge) or a mentor to Buster Keaton (who got his start in movies with Arbuckle's production company, Comique) than as a performer. more...
  • Lilac Time

    With her saucer eyes, exquisite cheekbones, and tiny mouth, silent-screen idol Colleen Moore was like a live-action Betty Boop, and her light comic touch is the best thing about this World War I romance (1928). more...
  • Louis

    Dan Pritzker directed this silent feature paying homage to jazz musician Louis Armstrong, film actor Charlie Chaplin, women, and American music. more...