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Step into the captivating world of the film industry, where Cinema Silhouette paints a mesmerizing picture

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Cinema Silhouette

Cinema Silhouette
A couple silhouetted against the bright neon lights of a Granada Cinema. Original Publication: Picture Post - 7045 - Usherette - unpub. (Photo by Bert Hardy/Getty Images)

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Star Loco; A scene from the Ealing Comedy, Titfield Thunderbolt

Star Loco; A scene from the Ealing Comedy, Titfield Thunderbolt
6th September 1952: A scene from the Ealing comedy, Titfield Thunderbolt with the Thunderbolt played by the Lion a 114 year old locomotive lent by the Liverpool Engineering Society which originally

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Astoria Cinema

Astoria Cinema
August 1929: Exterior of the Astoria Cinema, Brixton, south London. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Herbert Marshall, British film and theatre actor, 1934-1935

Herbert Marshall, British film and theatre actor, 1934-1935. Taken from Meet the Film Stars, by Seton Margrave. (London, 1934-1935)

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Star Wars set

Star Wars set, Chott el Gharsa, Tunisia, North Africa, Africa

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Film poster adverts

Film poster adverts, India, Asia

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: King Kong

King Kong
1933: The giant ape, star of the Radio Picture King Kong, shown in comparison to eight normal sized apes, to emphasize its colossal size. (Photo by General Photographic Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Rin Tin Tin

Rin Tin Tin, the German Shepherd dog who featured in film, radio and television productions, circa 1928. This portrait was released as publicity for the film, Land of the Silver Fox

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Rudolph Valentino

Rudolph Valentino
circa 1924: Rudolph Valentino (1895 - 1926) the screen name of Rodolpho d Antonguolla, the Italian-American leading man and great romantic idol. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Lassie

Lassie
The famous dog, Lassie, who appeared in many childrens adventure films. A number of dogs appeared in the role of Lassie over the years, though the public never seemed to spot the difference

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: The Snarling Beasties director and actress Debbie Isitt

The Snarling Beasties director and actress Debbie Isitt, finds time to relax during rehearsals for the Edinburgh Festival. 10th August 1987

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Ava Gardner, American actress, 20th century. Artist: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Ava Gardner, American actress, 20th century. Artist: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Ava Gardner, American actress, 20th century. Ava Gardners cinematic career began in 1941, but she did not become a star until she appeared opposite Burt Lancaster in The Killers in 1946

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Marlene Dietrich, German-American actress, 1933

Marlene Dietrich, German-American actress, 1933. Dietrich (1901-1992), was a Academy Award-nominated German-American actress, entertainer and singer

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Katherine DeMille, Canadian born American actress, 1934-1935

Katherine DeMille, Canadian born American actress, 1934-1935. Born Katherine Lester, she was adopted by the Hollywood film director Cecil B DeMille

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Gloria Swanson, American actress, 1933

Gloria Swanson, American actress, 1933. Swanson (1897-1983) was an American actress who was prolific during the era of the silent film

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Bing Crosby, American singer and actor, 1934-1935

Bing Crosby, American singer and actor, 1934-1935. Born Harry Lillis. Taken from Meet the Film Stars, by Seton Margrave. (London, 1934-1935)

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Illustration, film camera

Illustration, film camera

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Pete The Pup

Pete The Pup
circa 1930: Pete the Pup known all over the world through his film work in Hollywood comedies, especially the Our Gang series. At the height of his career Pete was insured for ?10, 000

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Bette Davis

Bette Davis, mosaic, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States of America, North America

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Gloria Stuart, American stage, television and film actress, 1934-1935

Gloria Stuart, American stage, television and film actress, 1934-1935. Gloria Stuart appeared in over 40 films in the 1930s

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Julius Hagen, Hamburg-born film producer and studio head, 1933

Julius Hagen, Hamburg-born film producer and studio head, 1933. Hagen (1884-1940) produced well over 100 British films between 1917 and 1938

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Will Hay, British comedian and actor, 1934-1935

Will Hay, British comedian and actor, 1934-1935. Hay starred in numerous British film comedies in the 1930s and 1940s. Taken from Meet the Film Stars, by Seton Margrave. (London, 1934-1935)

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Portrait of Charlie Chaplin aged 27, 1916 (sepia photo)

Portrait of Charlie Chaplin aged 27, 1916 (sepia photo)
828943 Portrait of Charlie Chaplin aged 27, 1916 (sepia photo); Private Collection; (add.info.: Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin Jr. KBE (1889-1977);); Prismatic Pictures

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: A Mini is lowered into Coventry sewers during the filming of 'The Italian Job'

A Mini is lowered into Coventry sewers during the filming of "The Italian Job"
A Mini is lowered into Coventry sewers during the filming of " The Italian Job" film. 26th September 1968

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Minis in Coventry sewers during the filming of 'The Italian Job'film

Minis in Coventry sewers during the filming of "The Italian Job"film
Minis in Coventry sewers during the filming of " The Italian Job" film. 26th September 1968

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Gary Cooper (1901-1961), American actor, 20th century

Gary Cooper (1901-1961), American actor, 20th century. Cooper won two Best Actor Academy Awards for his performances in Sergeant York (1941) and High Noon (1952)

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Charlie Chaplin (1889-1977), English / American actor and commedian, 1928

Charlie Chaplin (1889-1977), English / American actor and commedian, 1928
Charlie Chaplin (1889-1977), English/American actor and commedian, 1928. Seen here in a scene from The Circus. Chaplin was an Academy Award-winning actor and director

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: WC Fields, American comedian and actor, 1934-1935

WC Fields, American comedian and actor, 1934-1935. Born William Claude Dukenfield, Fields was one of the iconic figures in American comedy of the first half of the 20th century

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Joe E Brown, American actor and comedian, 1934-1935

Joe E Brown, American actor and comedian, 1934-1935. Brown became a star after appearing in On With the Show, the first all colour talking musical comedy, in 1929

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, American-based comedy duo, 1933

Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, American-based comedy duo, 1933. Stan Laurel (1890-1965) and Oliver Hardy (1892-1957) became famous during the early half of the 20th century for their work in motion

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Greta Garbo, Swedish actress, 1933

Greta Garbo, Swedish actress, 1933. Garbo (1905-1990), was a Swedish actress, by reputation one of the greatest and most inscrutable movie stars ever to be produced by MGM

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Frank Morgan, American film actor, 1934-1935

Frank Morgan, American film actor, 1934-1935. Morgan (1890-1949) is best known for playing the title character in The Wizard of Oz (1939). Taken from Meet the Film Stars, by Seton Margrave

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: An Allegory of Wisdom, 1879 (oil on canvas)

An Allegory of Wisdom, 1879 (oil on canvas)
823605 An Allegory of Wisdom, 1879 (oil on canvas) by Vital Luminais, Helene (late 19th Century); 64x50 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: An Allegory of Wisdom)

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: John Travolta. Creator: Dan Springer

John Travolta. Creator: Dan Springer
John Travolta

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Toshiro Mifune. Creator: Dan Springer

Toshiro Mifune. Creator: Dan Springer
Toshiro Mifune

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: The Rat Pack-2. Creator: Dan Springer

The Rat Pack-2. Creator: Dan Springer
The Rat Pack-2

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Tommy Lee Jones. Creator: Dan Springer

Tommy Lee Jones. Creator: Dan Springer
Tommy Lee Jones

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: The Rat Pack-1. Creator: Dan Springer

The Rat Pack-1. Creator: Dan Springer
The Rat Pack-1

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Woody Allen. Creator: Dan Springer

Woody Allen. Creator: Dan Springer
Woody Allen

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Danny Trejo. Creator: Dan Springer

Danny Trejo. Creator: Dan Springer
Danny Trejo

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Robert DeNiro. Creator: Dan Springer

Robert DeNiro. Creator: Dan Springer
Robert DeNiro

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Spike Lee. Creator: Dan Springer

Spike Lee. Creator: Dan Springer
Spike Lee

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Laurence Fishburne. Creator: Dan Springer

Laurence Fishburne. Creator: Dan Springer
Laurence Fishburne

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Samuel L. Jackson. Creator: Dan Springer

Samuel L. Jackson. Creator: Dan Springer
Samuel L. Jackson

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Al Pacino. Creator: Dan Springer

Al Pacino. Creator: Dan Springer
Al Pacino

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: The Ipcress File, 1965 (colour lithograph)

The Ipcress File, 1965 (colour lithograph)
1195057 The Ipcress File, 1965 (colour lithograph) by American School, (20th century); 104x69 cm; Private Collection; Photo © Christies Images

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Costume design for the theatre production Korobotchka, (pencil, w / c, gouache)

Costume design for the theatre production Korobotchka, (pencil, w / c, gouache)
1195755 Costume design for the theatre production Korobotchka, (pencil, w/c, gouache) by Sudeikin, Sergei Yurevich (1882-1946); 30.5x38.1 cm; Private Collection; Photo © Christies Images

Background imageFilm Industry Collection: Poster for the silent film Strike by Sergei Eisenstein, 1925 (colour lithograph)

Poster for the silent film Strike by Sergei Eisenstein, 1925 (colour lithograph)
1198215 Poster for the silent film Strike by Sergei Eisenstein, 1925 (colour lithograph) by Biro, Mihaly (1886-1948); 186x127 cm; Private Collection; Photo © Christies Images



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Step into the captivating world of the film industry, where Cinema Silhouette paints a mesmerizing picture. From the iconic Star Loco to the hilarious scenes from Ealing Comedy's Titfield Thunderbolt, every frame tells a story that transcends time. The grandeur of Astoria Cinema takes us back to an era when movies were larger than life. Herbert Marshall, the legendary British film and theatre actor of 1934-1935, graced our screens with his unparalleled talent. And who can forget the epic Star Wars set that transported us to galaxies far, far away? Film poster adverts adorned every corner, enticing us with their promises of adventure and romance. King Kong towered over our imagination while Rin Tin Tin captured our hearts with his loyalty and bravery. Rudolph Valentino brought passion and charisma to silent films like no other. Lassie taught us about love and devotion through her on-screen adventures. Ava Gardner, an enchanting American actress of the 20th century represented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, captivated audiences with her beauty and talent. Katherine DeMille, a Canadian-born American actress in 1934-1935 showcased her versatility on screen. The film industry is not just about entertainment; it's about creating magic that transports us beyond reality, and is a realm where dreams come alive through celluloid wonders and unforgettable characters etch themselves into our souls forever.