The TIGRESS by Alice Guy Blache with Olga Petrova

The TIGRESS by Alice Guy Blache with Olga Petrova

mercredi 14 novembre 2018

Alice Guy Metro Olga Petrova The Vampire 1915
































'MY 'UATMWVA '
The reputation gained bj Olga Pe
trova throughout tho world as an ac
tress fitted to be placed amongst the
foremost picture artists preceeded her
appearance in 'My Madonna.' which
was the star reature m the American
Picture Co.'s high-ilass programme at
the Town Hall last night. The build
ing was literally packed. Olga Petrova
is a charming Russian actress, whose
cleverness is undoubted, and who re
ceived £7,000 to appear in seven photo
plays, amongst them 'My iMadonna.'
The drama is founded on Robert W.
Service's poem, and is one of the
Metro's best productions to date. The
setting is exquisite, and Olga Petrova
is supported by a party of very capable
artiBts. The scenes are such as to
absorb the greatest interest, the inci
dents in the concluding Act being _ a
rery fitting finale to a magnificent pic
ture. A world's subject entitled
'Bought' was also an excellent produc
tion, while Billy Ritchie in 'Silk Hose
and High Pressure' was a highlv amu
sinc comic subject. 'My Madonna'
will be unfolded to a Devonport audi
ence to-night.

vendredi 4 mai 2012

Guy-Blaché placed a large sign in her studio reading "BE NATURAL"


Guy-Blaché placed a large sign in her studio reading "BE NATURAL"
I put signs all around my studio that said BE NATURAL - that is all I wanted from my actors. - Alice Guy-Blaché With those two simple words [BE NATURAL] Alice Guy-Blaché transformed the art of screenacting for all time. - Anthony Slide, film historian

mercredi 2 mai 2012

With those two simple words [BE NATURAL] Alice Guy-Blaché transformed the art of screenacting for all time. -

Gaumont 120 ans; Alice Guy depuis que le cinéma existe. Exposition 104 Paris
Gaumont 120 ans; Alice Guy depuis que le cinéma existe. Exposition 104 Paris
http://www.facebook.com/alice.guyjrWith those two simple words [BE NATURAL] Alice Guy-Blaché transformed the art of screenacting for all time.