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She didn´t do well in talkies but when she got older she returned to the screen and did bit parts in many movies.
Anita Page (1910- 2008) – She was a very famous and successful actress during the last years of the silent era and the first years of the talkie era.
Unfortunately she had a severe drug problem and her last film came out in 1933. She died 42 years old by cardiac arrest and liver problems. Jean Harlow (1911-1937) – She got her big break in “Hells Angels” (1930) and became an extremly popular movie star with movies like “Public Enemy” (1931), “Taifun” (1932) and “Riffraff” (1936).
Greta Garbo (1905-90) – This Swedish actress is known as The Divine and as one of the best actresses in the history of movies. ) She is known from “Anna Karenina” (1927), “Anna Christie” (1930), “Grand Hotel” (1932), “Ninotchka” (1939) and “Two-faced woman” (her last movie, 1941). Constance Bennett (1904-1965) – She starred in a lot of movies in the silent era and even more after the sound entranced the cinema. Jean have influenced both Marilyn Monroe and Madonna. Marlene Dietrich (1901-1992) – Born and raised in Germany. She gained huge success and international fame as Lola in “Blue Angel” (1930).
Bessie Love (1898-1986) – She was born as Juanita Horton in Texas.
As Bessie she became an actress who did silents like “The Lost World” (1925).
Her father was a circus clown and as a child Billie toured both in America and Europe.
Soon she was a famous model and in 1907 Anna was voted “The most beautiful woman in America”. Some of the movies she starred in was “The Vanity Pool” (1918), “The Spoilers” (1923) and “The Greater Glory” (1926). Billie Burke (1884-1970) – Silent screen actress who´s career continued in the new era of sound pictures.After that she worked in Hollywood and she became an icon.