Peter Pan is a 1924 silent film and is the first film adaptation of the play by J. M. Barrie. In this clip, Peter Pan appears to the children and teaches them how to fly. This film was released on December 29, 1924 and starred Betty Bronson as Peter Pan.
This short vintage clip features “leading Stage and Ballroom Exponents” demonstrating the latest dance craze- The Baltimore. Barrie Oliver and Beryl Evetts demonstrate this dance on stage in a spotlight. Music by Fred Rich and his Astor Hotel Orchestra.
Funny scene from the 1927 film The College starring Buster Keaton, Anne Cornwall, and Harold Goodwin. In this clip, Buster Keaton takes a job as a soda jerk but the results turn out to be disastrous. This movie was released on September 27, 1927.
This video offers amazing street scenes of New York City as it looked in 1928. One of the clips features silent film comedian Harold Lloyd and baseball great Babe Ruth in a scene from the film Speedy.
The Patsy is a 1928 silent film directed by King Vidor and stars Marion Davies and Marie Dressler. In this clip, Davies impersonates Mae Murray, Lillian Gish and Pola Negri.