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Movie Poster of the Week: “The She-Devil” and the Posters of Theda Bara on Notebook | MUBI

Movie Poster of the Week: “The She-Devil” and the Posters of Theda Bara on Notebook | MUBI

Theda Bara "When a woman sins" 1918, Silent Movie Poster.  Too bad a lot of her movies have been lost.

Theda Bara "When a woman sins" 1918, Silent Movie Poster. Too bad a lot of her movies have been lost.

A beautiful movie poster for the movie "When a Woman Sins" from 1918.  Theda Bara (1885 – 1955) born Theodosia Burr Goodman, was an American silent film actress – one of the most popular of her era, and one of cinema's earliest sex symbols.

A beautiful movie poster for the movie "When a Woman Sins" from 1918. Theda Bara (1885 – 1955) born Theodosia Burr Goodman, was an American silent film actress – one of the most popular of her era, and one of cinema's earliest sex symbols.

Betty Blythe (September 1, 1893 – April 7, 1972) was an American actress best known for her dramatic roles in exotic silent films such as The Queen of Sheba (1921). She appeared in 4 films 1918-1920, including Nomads of the North.

Betty Blythe (September 1, 1893 – April 7, 1972) was an American actress best known for her dramatic roles in exotic silent films such as The Queen of Sheba (1921). She appeared in 4 films 1918-1920, including Nomads of the North.

WHEN A WOMAN SINS

WHEN A WOMAN SINS

Ella Margaret "Gibby" Gibson, generally known as Margaret Gibson or Patricia Palmer, was an American stage and silent film actress who had leading roles in Vitagraph westerns, often opposite William Clifford. She also appeared with Charles Ray in The Coward (1915) and later worked in two Westerns with William S. Hart: The Money Corral and Sand!. In 1999 it was reported that on the afternoon of October 21, 1964 she made a dying confession to the murder of director William Desmond Taylor.

Ella Margaret "Gibby" Gibson, generally known as Margaret Gibson or Patricia Palmer, was an American stage and silent film actress who had leading roles in Vitagraph westerns, often opposite William Clifford. She also appeared with Charles Ray in The Coward (1915) and later worked in two Westerns with William S. Hart: The Money Corral and Sand!. In 1999 it was reported that on the afternoon of October 21, 1964 she made a dying confession to the murder of director William Desmond Taylor.

Man, Woman and Sin (1927)Stars: John Gilbert, Jeanne Eagels, Gladys Brockwell, Marc McDermott, Hayden Stevenson ~ Director: Monta Bell

Man, Woman and Sin (1927)Stars: John Gilbert, Jeanne Eagels, Gladys Brockwell, Marc McDermott, Hayden Stevenson ~ Director: Monta Bell

Synthetic Sin Stars: Colleen Moore, Antonio Moreno, Edythe Chapman, Kathryn McGuire, Gertrude Astor, Montagu Love ~ Director: William A. Seiter

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