Mabel Normand, c. 1910s.  Two major scandals in the 1920s, significant partying and drug use, and dead of tuberculosis in 1930 at the age of 37.

Great Silent Movie Star Mabel Normand, c. Two major scandals in the significant partying and drug use, and dead of tuberculosis in 1930 at the age of

Mabel Normand.  My great grandmother's favorite actress.

Mabel Normand (November 1892 – February was an silent film comedienne and actress. She was also known as one of the film indus.

Mabel Normand, Sincerely with kitten, 1918.  Actress/silent film comedienne alongside Charlie Chaplin & Roscoe Arbuckle. Noted as one of the film industry's first female screenwriters, producers and directors.

Photo: Mabel Normand with kitten, 1918 (signed Sincerely) - Actress/silent film comedienne alongside Charlie Chaplin & Roscoe Arbuckle. Noted as one of the film industry's first female actors, screenwriters, producers and directors.

mabel normand | Mabel Normand: A Breath of Spring

Mabel Normand Silent Screen Star Between 1910 - 1927 Co-Star With Charles Chaplin And Fatty Arbuckle,Born 1892 Died 1930 From Tuberculosis At Age

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Mabel Normand (November 1892 – February was an American silent film comedienne and actress. She was a popular star of Mack Sennett's Keystone Studios and is noted as one of the film industry's first female screenwriters, producers and directors.

News from the Silent Movie Front: Women in Film, Hoaxes, Silent Movie Surfing – Movies Silently

We have some wonderful and oddball silent movie news this time around! An exciting new release, a villainous hoax and surfer dudes of the early twentieth century.

miss-flapper:  Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle and Mabel Normand in He Did and He Didn’t, 1916

miss-flapper: “Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle and Mabel Normand in He Did and He Didn’t, 1916 ”

Mabel Normand and Mack Sennett circa 1914

“Mabel & Mack Keystone stars, slap stick comedy sort of the mother & father of modern comedy if you think about it”

Mabel Normand was an American silent film comedienne and actress. She is noted as one of the film industry's first female screenwriters, producers and directors. Throughout the 1920s her name was linked with widely publicized scandals including the 1922 murder of William Desmond Taylor and the 1924 shooting of Courtland S. Dines. She was not a suspect in either crime. Her film career declined, possibly due to both scandals and a recurrence of tuberculosis in 1923.

Mabel Normand (November 1892 – February was an American silent film comedienne and actress. She was a popular star of Mack Sennett's Keystone Studios and is noted as one of the film industry's first female screenwriters, producers and directors.

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