– Harry on Film –
All Day Entertainment Produced the Harry Langdon: Lost and Found collection. An independent DVD label with the express mission of rescuing movies that fell through the cracks.
Grapevine Video Their mission is to locate, restore, and transfer films to DVD for the viewing pleasure of classic film fans everywhere.
Kino International Now boasts a catalog of over five hundred films- one of the most important libraries of classic and contemporary world cinema titles available to the home video collector.
Looser Than Loose Your one-stop home for vintage entertainment on DVD and CD – Silent Comedy, Early Film, Old Time Radio, Historic Recordings.
Reel Classic DVD Is your source for high quality DVDs of classic films from Hollywood’s golden age.
The Slap Happy Collection Showcases 75 screen clowns, and over 400 clips, this acclaimed 30-episode series profiles the studios, directors, and performers who shaped the art of silent comedy.
– Other Film Links –
Bill Schelly Author, artist, and comic fandom historian. He has been chronicling and adding to the pop culture fringes since the 1960’s, and is perhaps best known for writing the biography of the great comedian of silent cinema, Harry Langdon.
Cineaste America’s leading magazine on the art and politics of the cinema. It has been publishing reviews, in-depth analyses and interviews since 1967.
Cinema Treasures Is a groundbreaking website devoted to movie theater preservation and awareness. They unite movie theater owners and enthusiasts in a common cause- to save the last remaining movie palaces across the country.
The Columbia Shorts Department Is an information-heavy site dedicated to the vintage theatrical short subjects of Columbia Pictures.
Golden Silents A silent film website dedicated to silent movie stars, their lives, and their films.
GreenCine Is an online DVD rental service similar to Netflix. Based in San Fransisco, California, it carries a wide range of anime, rare, and independent studio films.
Harry Langdon The namesake son of a famous silent screen comedian, Langdon discovered his own creativity was not in front of the camera like his father, but behind it. World renowned photographer to the stars, he has been preserving moments in time with his camera for approximately 30 years.
The Harry Langdon Society Through the Society, his fans celebrated Harry’s life, studied and discussed his art, and saluted his accomplishments.
In The Balcony Is a website exclusively devoted to classic movies and TV shows on DVD/Blu-ray, from screen classics to B-movie gems to cheesy sci-fi and obscure weirdities scraped up from the viewing room floor.
The Library of Congress Is the nation’s oldest federal cultural institution and serves as the research arm of Congress. It is also the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, maps and manuscripts in its collections.
Lord Heath A huge website with a dedicated selection of screenshots taken from the movies featuring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.
The Midnight Palace Strives to unite enthusiasts, experts and novices alike. From the great silents of German Expressionism to the final examples of Film Noir, The Midnight Palace stands as a testament to these landmarks of classic excellence.
Nitrateville A movie newsgroup, and forum discussing film personalities, silent movie music, film preservation, and much more.
The Silent Clowns Film Series Presents monthly, year-round showings of silent movies all with live musical accompaniment by renowned silent film accompanist Ben Model. Every program also features a spoken introduction and Q&A by film historians Bruce Lawton and Steve Massa.
Silent Era Focuses on the early years of world cinema. Information about films, people, theaters, home video, and books is updated daily.
The Silent Film Still Archive Offers original photos, advertising, and other memorabilia from silent films.
The Silent Treatment A bi-monthly, non-profit digest that celebrates and promotes awareness of silent cinema. It’s delivered electronically via an Adobe PDF attachment to your email account about every two months.
Turner Classic Movies Features commercial-free classic movies, mostly from the Turner Entertainment, MGM, United Artists, RKO, and Warner Bros. film libraries.
– Cool Blogs & Websites –
All Talking! All Singing! All Dancing! A celebration of the early talkies and their times.
The Bioscope Is designated to the subject of early and silent cinema, and designed to be a news and information resource on all aspects of the motion picture before sound.
The Columbia Shorts Department Is an information-heavy site dedicated to the vintage theatrical short-subjects of Columbia Pictures.
“Give Me The Good Old Days!” About El Brendel, old film, and any other shit Louie Despres feels like writing about.
Greenbriar Picture Shows Provides rare images, original ads, and behind-the-scenes glimpses of classic Hollywood films, along with insightful commentary.
The Official Blog of Harry Langdon In a career that has spanned over 40 years in Hollywood, staying fresh in a very competitive field is what keeps Harry among the top commercial and glamour photographers in the world.
Let’s Misbehave A tribute to Pre-Code Hollywood.
Mack Sennett A celebration of the King of Comedy and his studio, films, and comedians.
Movie Morlocks Is the official blog for TCM. No topic is too obscure or niche to be excluded from our film discussions.
A Mythical Monkey Writes About the Movies Everything you ever wanted to know about classic movies- and then some.
A Person in the Dark A site designed for all of the wonderful people out there in the dark and dedicated to the unabashed passion for silents, early talkies, all stars and all films.
Scared Silly: Classic Hollywood Horror-Comedies Offers readers a fun overview of horror-comedy films spanning the 1920s through 1966.
Silent-ology Is lovingly devoted to exploring the wonderful world of the silent era. It digs through early film history, figuring out the details, asking questions, and offers fresh perspectives on topics both great and small.
Silent Locations Invites you to step back in time to explore silent-era Hollywood as seen through the eyes of its greatest comedians. Features tours, videos, and PowerPoint lectures that can’t be replicated in books.
The Silent Movie Blog This is an ongoing compendium of photos, reviews, facts, trivia, quotes, gossip, and crackpot opinions concerning the silent movie era.
Travalanche Is a web log for the observations of actor, author, cartoonist, comedian, critic, director, humorist, journalist, master of ceremonies, performance artist, playwright, producer, publicist, public speaker, songwriter, and variety booker Trav S. D.
Way Too Damn Lazy To Write A Blog Musings on 20th Century pop culture.