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Day 2: The Great Gatsby. One word- SOUNDTRACK! There are many brilliant things about this movie and this trailer. Every line Leo says is amazingly captivating and wonderfully delivered. However, the true star of this movie is the music and the stylization and that shines through ever so clearly in the trailer. I had bought this album the second it became available from this trailer alone.
Deutsche Filmgeschichte 66 "Olga Tsechowa (1)(1897-1980), was born on April 14th 1897 in Aleksandropol in the Russian Empire by the name Olga Konstantinovna Chekhova Knipper (Ольга Константиновна Чехова).
Her father, Konstantin Leonardovich Knipper, was a Lutheran of German descent. Olga studied art and literature at an art school in St. Petersburg and was later sent to Moscow to her aunt, actress Olga Knipper-Chekhova, to study acting at Moscow Art Theatre. In 1914, at age 17, she married Russian-Jewish actor Michael Chekhov, nephew of Anton Chekhov, divorced him in 1917.
Olga Tschechowa made her film debut in a Russian silent film, Anya Kraeva (1917). She quickly became one of the most popular stars of the silent film era, remained a mysterious person throughout her life and was later accused of being a Russian agent in Nazi Germany.
When she married an officer in the Austro-Hungarian army, Friedrich Jaroshi, she took a train from the Moscow Belorussky station to Vienna, Austria, having travel documents from the Russian Commissar of Culture (and she was also helped by the Russian intelligence agency in exchange for her cooperation). She was later invited to the Soviet Embassy in Berlin for meetings with Soviet officials. In Germany she was introduced to film producer Erich Pommer and renowned director F.W. Murnau, who gave her a leading role in his film, The Haunted Castle (1921). She quickly became a huge star in Europe and played in more than 40 silent films during the decade. Olga was joined by ex-husband Michael Chekhov in several films, including Der Narr seiner Liebe (1929), which she also directed. Her biography will be continued in Olga Tschechowa (2).
She acted in a large number of movies, like: Anya Kraeva (1917), Kaliostro (1918), Violet (1921), Die Bacchantin (1924), Das alte Ballhaus (1925), Brennende Grenze (1927), Ein Mädel von der Reeperbahn (1930), Die Drei von der Tankstelle (1930), Trenck - Der Roman einer großen Liebe (1932) and many others.
Olga Tsechowa died March 9th, 1980 in Munich.
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***Bloomers' eyeballs have been staring at this one for too long*** Still can't tell if this baby is hotsy-totsy or a bit rag-a-muffin for our nifty 'lil joint juice.
One thing is abundantly clear: the 20s, like every era we idealize for it's art and it's fashion and WILD language, is remembered only for it's beauty
(try researching "slang from the 1920's" and you'll notice 90% of it is in reference to Women....😑♀️✊) So, it's 2018....and baby it's 🔥HOT🔥 outside, and our A.C. is pumping, liquor is flowing, and while you won't see any bubs here, I guarantee a good time 💋
It’s officially 🐪 day, and I’m ✨dreaming✨of daiquiris with a view. The next poem from Roaring 20’s is up & ready to 🚀whisk🛸 you away from your midweek blues. (Ooo, this caption has 2 references to the poem. Let me know if you catch them in the comments here or the blog!)
Cloche Wave Hat
I first started making hats a decade ago and it was because I couldn't afford the wild vintage hats I longed for. Inspiration and desperation led to innovation.
This hat, inspired by 1920's flapper hats, is now up on my etsy: raeswon.etsy.com. I can't believe this is my first time making a cloche hat!
Beautiful photos by my love @ravenserodd
A glimpse of Shayling's graduation party Thank you to all my family for your help and support @darnn3l @monkeyzmami @cc.lynn.oils3 @monkeyzpapi, Danny @trinstagefx_one @allyviviann and thank you Maribel @azucar_909 everything looked and tasted amazing! @aniramphotography for the wonderful pictures