Chaplin – Keaton – Lloyd – One Block in Silent-Era Hollywood

The intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Cahuenga Boulevard was a popular film setting for silent-era comedies.  Attached below for download is a 15 MB PowerPoint presentation showing thirteen (but not all) Chaplin, Keaton, and Lloyd filming locations near this historic intersection.  Most of the slides are animated, so wait a moment each time before clicking the “next” button.  You will need a PowerPoint viewer to watch the show, and can download a PowerPoint viewer at this site.

Chaplin Keaton Lloyd – One Block in Silent Era Hollywood

A frame from a 15MB animated PowerPoint presentation highlighting Chaplin, Keaton, and Lloyd filming locations near the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Cahuenga Boulevard.

All images from Chaplin films made from 1918 onwards, copyright © Roy Export Company Establishment. CHARLES CHAPLIN, CHAPLIN, and the LITTLE TRAMP, photographs from and the names of Mr. Chaplin’s films are trademarks and/or service marks of Bubbles Incorporated SA and/or Roy Export Company Establishment. Used with permission.

Keaton frame images reproduced courtesy of The Douris Corporation, David Shepard, Film Preservation Associates, and Kino International Corporation.  The Cameraman (C) 1928 Turner Entertainment Co.

HAROLD LLOYD images and the names of Mr. Lloyd’s films are all trademarks and/or service marks of Harold Lloyd Entertainment Inc. Images and movie frame images reproduced courtesy of The Harold Lloyd Trust and Harold Lloyd Entertainment Inc.

Bruce Torrence Historic Hollywood Collection (link).

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5 Responses to Chaplin – Keaton – Lloyd – One Block in Silent-Era Hollywood

  1. As always, very impressive research!

  2. Oldkeatonian says:

    Tremendous work, thank you.
    I believe this is the first time in my life I have *wanted* to see something created in Powerpoint !

  3. Saying you actually wanted to see something created in PowerPoint is likely the nicest compliment I have ever received :) Thanks!

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