Tuesday, December 6, 2011

'The Artist' and Quiet Stars Who Moved on to Talkies

It's a historic Hollywood myth the approaching of appear pictures in 1927 destroyed the careers of all quiet stars and forced the art galleries to discover a new generation of Broadway-trained stars with full-throated speaking and singing voices. That myth finds its latest retelling in 'The Artist,' the completely new homage for the lost talent that's itself a basic movie, recounting the storyplot from the left without words star, George Valentin (Jean Dujardin), who stumbles when Hollywood changes to talkies, whilst his youthful protégé (Berenice Bejo) prospers. While it's certainly factual that a couple of from the quiet era's finest stars, from Buster Keaton to John Gilbert, not successful to discover similar success in talkies, there has been still plenty of quiet stars who did as well too as with appear films. Ahead, a review of some tales who made the transition easily, and whose quiet accomplishments and talkie triumphs ought to be appreciated on one page. Quiet Stars Who Moved on to Talkies Joan CrawfordGreta GarboMarlene DietrichPaul MuniRonald ColmanMary AstorJohn BarrymoreLaurel & HardyGloria SwansonLon Chaney, Sr.Charlie ChaplinMyrna LoyWilliam Powell See All Moviefone Galleries » Follow Moviefone on Twitter Like Moviefone on Facebook Follow Gary Susman on Twitter: @garysusman

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