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valentinovamp:

Hope Hampton and Conrad Nagel in “Lawful Larceny” (1923).

valentinovamp:

Hope Hampton and Conrad Nagel in “Lawful Larceny” (1923).



Conrad Nagel and Norma Shearer in Excuse Me, 1925

Conrad Nagel and Norma Shearer in Excuse Me, 1925



shhme:

Conrad Nagel “The Mysterious Lady”, 1928.

shhme:

Conrad Nagel

“The Mysterious Lady”, 1928.



the-powells:

Conrad Nigel presents the Oscar to Norma Shearer.

the-powells:

Conrad Nigel presents the Oscar to Norma Shearer.



The Divorcee, 1930

The Divorcee, 1930



silentmovies:

The Mysterious Lady(1928) Greta Garbo, Conrad Nagel



shhme:

Conrad Nagel and Greta Garbo
“The Mysterious Lady”, 1928.

shhme:

Conrad Nagel and Greta Garbo

“The Mysterious Lady”, 1928.



State Street Sadie, 1928

State Street Sadie, 1928



theloudestvoice:

Lila Lee gazing at a photo of Conrad Nagel in Midsummer Madness, 1920
(via MVTT HVLL)

theloudestvoice:

Lila Lee gazing at a photo of Conrad Nagel in Midsummer Madness, 1920

(via MVTT HVLL)



theloudestvoice:

Conrad Nagel

theloudestvoice:

Conrad Nagel




Greta Garbo and Conrad Nagel being directed by Jacques Feyder and photographed by William Daniels in Greta’s last silent film, The Kiss (1929)Photograph by Milton Brown 

“In spite of her stubborn silence in this talkie day, I would gladly pay for my own ticket to see a Garbo picture—which is the greatest compliment a reviewer can pay.”Motion Picture magazine

Greta Garbo and Conrad Nagel being directed by Jacques Feyder and photographed by William Daniels in Greta’s last silent film, The Kiss (1929)
Photograph by Milton Brown 

“In spite of her stubborn silence in this talkie day, I would gladly pay for my own ticket to see a Garbo picture—which is the greatest compliment a reviewer can pay.”
Motion Picture magazine


theloudestvoice:

Leatrice Joy, Jack Mower, and Conrad Nagel (with hat) on poster for Saturday Night, 1922

theloudestvoice:

Leatrice Joy, Jack Mower, and Conrad Nagel (with hat) on poster for Saturday Night, 1922




Conrad Nagel and Greta Garbo in The Mysterious Lady (1928)

Greta was so beautiful we could use any lighting for dramatic purposes. On her films, my photography had more continuity. Using special lighting effects didn’t handcuff the director. Her face was such that I could have shot in candlelight if the stock in those days had allowed it.[Cameraman] William Daniels 

Conrad Nagel and Greta Garbo in The Mysterious Lady (1928)

Greta was so beautiful we could use any lighting for dramatic purposes. On her films, my photography had more continuity. Using special lighting effects didn’t handcuff the director. Her face was such that I could have shot in candlelight if the stock in those days had allowed it.
[Cameraman] William Daniels