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Ronald Colman - Silent Movie Star (1891-1958).....Added: In addition to his silent movie career, he also starred in many great 'talking' pictures from 1930s until the 1950s.

Ronald Colman - Silent Movie Star (1891-1958).....Added: In addition to his silent movie career, he also starred in many great 'talking' pictures from 1930s until the 1950s.

Ronald Colman born on February 09, 1891 and passed away on May 09, 1958. Wonderful actor!

Ronald Colman born on February 09, 1891 and passed away on May 09, 1958. Wonderful actor!

Ronald Colman in A Tale Of Two Cities (Jack Conway, 1935).  Ravishing man!  via matinee-moustache

Ronald Colman in A Tale Of Two Cities (Jack Conway, 1935). Ravishing man! via matinee-moustache

Ronald Colman and Greer Garson - Random Harvest. - 1942 --In this great romantic film, wealthy aristocrat Charles Rainier (Ronald Colman) sustained a shell-shocked head injury during WWI and became an amnesiac named John Smith-"Smithy"; he falls in love with actress Paula Ridgeway (Greer Garson) who takes him to a cottage to recuperate where he asks her to marry him

Ronald Colman and Greer Garson - Random Harvest. - 1942 --In this great romantic film, wealthy aristocrat Charles Rainier (Ronald Colman) sustained a shell-shocked head injury during WWI and became an amnesiac named John Smith-"Smithy"; he falls in love with actress Paula Ridgeway (Greer Garson) who takes him to a cottage to recuperate where he asks her to marry him

Ronald Coleman | Style Icon IV: Ronald Colman

Ronald Coleman | Style Icon IV: Ronald Colman

Coleman with Arthur in Talk of the Town (1942) This is an underated screwball with liberal themes. Arthur is great with Grant, who plays a union organizer thought to be a thug, but not really. Coleman is the wise, rigid judge who rethinks what justice means. Delightful.

Coleman with Arthur in Talk of the Town (1942) This is an underated screwball with liberal themes. Arthur is great with Grant, who plays a union organizer thought to be a thug, but not really. Coleman is the wise, rigid judge who rethinks what justice means. Delightful.

Directed by Jack Conway, Robert Z. Leonard.  With Ronald Colman, Elizabeth Allan, Edna May Oliver, Reginald Owen. A pair of lookalikes, one a former French aristocrat and the other an alcoholic English lawyer, fall in love with the same woman amongst the turmoil of the French Revolution.

A Tale of Two Cities (1935)

Directed by Jack Conway, Robert Z. Leonard. With Ronald Colman, Elizabeth Allan, Edna May Oliver, Reginald Owen. A pair of lookalikes, one a former French aristocrat and the other an alcoholic English lawyer, fall in love with the same woman amongst the turmoil of the French Revolution.

Ronald Colman, David Niven and Douglas Fairbanks Jr. on the set of The Prisoner of Zenda (1937)

Ronald Colman, David Niven and Douglas Fairbanks Jr. on the set of The Prisoner of Zenda (1937)