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Chaplin-Keaton-Lloyd film locations (and more)

by John Bengtson "the great detective of silent film locations" New York Times.

  • By John Bengtson
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly 14 posts per year
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Most recent posts

Keaton and W.C. Fields Cross Paths Again Near Buster’s Studio
Buster Keaton filmed The Chemist (1936) and W.C. Fields filmed Running Wild (1927) beside the same apartment building still standing across the street from the Astoria studios where both movies were made in Queens, New …
On , by John Bengtson, 1,050 words
Chaplin, Keaton, and Coogan on Sanchez Street – Three Films Revealed in a Brief Glimpse during The Kid
Accolades aside, Chaplin’s masterpiece The Kid preserves a treasure trove of visual history, including Olvera Street near the Plaza de Los Angeles, and the Chaplin-Keaton-Lloyd Alley in Hollywood. It’s complicated (more below), but The Kid …
On , by John Bengtson, 1,068 words
How Laurel & Hardy Filmed Duck Soup – Flicker Alley Year One Blu-ray Release
Hooray for Flicker Alley releasing Laurel & Hardy: Year One, a beautifully presented 2-disc Blu-ray set of Stan and Ollie’s 1927 films. The all-new restorations look stunning, meticulously assembled from the best available materials contributed …
On , by John Bengtson, 1,888 words