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lulu Louise Brooks' film career began in 1925 with a small part in the Herbert Brenon film The Street of Forgotten Men. During the following three years, 1926 through 1928, she appeared in a number of mostly Paramount films (comedies and the occassional dramatic role), and enjoyed considerable popularity in United States. Her work in Germany and France in 1929 and 1930 brought even greater acclaim in Europe. With the actresses' return to the United States, Brooks' career fell into decline. She appeared in some half-dozen movies between 1931 and 1938.

This page highlights some of the more interesting websites devoted to silent film - listed here are websites devoted to Brooks contemporaries, co-stars and friends in the film world. The intent of this page is to place Brooks' film work in a larger context of the silent film era.

Silent Film & the Silent Film Era

Gilda's Blue Book of the Screen
--- collection of pages devoted to different stars

Silent are Golden
--- photos, reviews, articles, links and more

Silent Ladies & Gents
--- photo galleries of silent movie stars

Silent Movies
--- pioneering website

The Silents Majority
--- extensive website devoted to the stars and films of the era

Taylorology
--- focuses on the 1922 murder of William Desmond Taylor, but has information on other stars

Silent Film Performers

Arbucklemania
--- about comedian Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle; director of Windy Riley Goes Hollywood

The Chaplin Society
--- about Charlie Chaplin, "The Little Tramp" - Brooks and Chaplin had an affair in 1925

The Lon Chaney Home Page
--- the "Man of a 1000 Faces"

Goddess of the Silent Screen: Dolores Costello Barrymore
--- tribute to one of the screen's forgotten beauties

The Damfinos
--- the international Buster Keaton Fan Club; Brooks and Keaton were acquianted

The Harry Langdon Society
--- all about great comedian

Harold Lloyd
--- all about comedian Harold Lloyd

Mabel Normand Home Page
--- about one of film's great comediennes

The Norma Talmadge Website
--- about actress Norma Talmadge

Falcon Lair - The Rudolph Valentino Homepage
--- tribute to the "The Great Lover" - Brooks was present at Valentino's funeral mass in NYC in 1926

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