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Last silent star standing: an oral history of 1920’s film with Diana Sierra Cary
Film International 11.2 cover article preview

Film International 11.2 has just gone to print and it’s an issue not to miss.

We are excited to share with you the preview of the cover story – "Last silent star standing: an oral history of 1920’s film with Diana Sierra Cary" by Jeff Crouse, courtesy of the Chasing Cinema podcast.

As Crouse explains in the podcast interview, Diana Sierra Cary, known in 1920s Hollywood as ‘Baby Peggy’, “is literally the last silent feature star… It’s singular and great to have Diana Sierra Carey still alive.”

The 94-year old actress, “endowed with astonishing powers of recall regarding her Hollywood years” is a living connection to history of silent cinema. Film International brings you part of Crouse’s weekend-long conversation with the star.

http://chasingcinema.podbean.com/2013/06/02/chasing-cinema-jake-jeff-crouse-on-silent-film-56/

More information on Film International is available here.

The journal is now also available on iSubscibe and Magpile.  

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