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Ronald Colman and Vilma Bánky in the lost silent, The Magic Flame (1927).

Ronald Colman and Vilma Bánky in the lost silent, The Magic Flame (1927).

Ronald Colman and Vilma Banky in the lost silent film The Magic Flame (1927)

Ronald Colman and Vilma Banky in the lost silent film The Magic Flame (1927)

The Dark Angel    Film poster  Directed by	George Fitzmaurice  Produced by	Samuel Goldwyn  Written by	H. B. Trevelyan (play)  Frances Marion (screenplay)  Starring	Ronald Colman  Vilma Bánky  Cinematography	George S. Barnes  Editing by	Stuart Heisler  Studio	Samuel Goldwyn Productions  Distributed by	First National Pictures  Release date(s)	September 27, 1925

The Dark Angel Film poster Directed by George Fitzmaurice Produced by Samuel Goldwyn Written by H. B. Trevelyan (play) Frances Marion (screenplay) Starring Ronald Colman Vilma Bánky Cinematography George S. Barnes Editing by Stuart Heisler Studio Samuel Goldwyn Productions Distributed by First National Pictures Release date(s) September 27, 1925

Still from the 1925 silent film The Dark Angel.  The film is lost.

Still from the 1925 silent film The Dark Angel. The film is lost.

A Thief in Paradise (1925) Stars: Doris Kenyon, Ronald Colman, Aileen Pringle, Alec B. Francis ~  Director: George Fitzmaurice

A Thief in Paradise (1925) Stars: Doris Kenyon, Ronald Colman, Aileen Pringle, Alec B. Francis ~ Director: George Fitzmaurice

Once described as "the most complete gentleman of the cinema" Ronald Colman (1891-1958) became a major star without the benefit initially of his greatest gift his speaking voice. Destined for the stage from an early age with his ambition sidetracked due to WWI service serious injury followed by discharge and his stage career began. First in the UK and then touring America on the stage he would enjoy success on Broadway. Transitioning to silent film lead to his first major role opposite…

Once described as "the most complete gentleman of the cinema" Ronald Colman (1891-1958) became a major star without the benefit initially of his greatest gift his speaking voice. Destined for the stage from an early age with his ambition sidetracked due to WWI service serious injury followed by discharge and his stage career began. First in the UK and then touring America on the stage he would enjoy success on Broadway. Transitioning to silent film lead to his first major role opposite…

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