Mary Mallory / Hollywood Heights: Keystone Anniversary

"The Water Nymph"
Photo: “The Water Nymph” via archive.org

Today is the day that the Keystone Film Company started business, and it released its first film, a pair of “split-reelers” called “Cohen Collects a Debt” and “The Water Nymph” starring Mabel Normand.

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2 Responses to Mary Mallory / Hollywood Heights: Keystone Anniversary

  1. Laughter has been pouring from the screen ever since. Though at not quite the pace of early Sennett. Thank you Mack!

  2. Eve says:

    Gosh, I love Mabel, and Roscoe–and Mack was not a bad actor, himself. Never cared for that Chaplin fellow or understood how/why he became the big “it” of silent comedy–he just rolls off my knife.

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