Museum-Silent Movie Stars And Their Fancy Motor Cars

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These photographs were probably taken to be included in issues of AMERICAN MOTORIST,
 the magazine  of the AAA,  first published in 1909. 
The photographs depict silent movie personalities with their own personal automobiles 
or  cars  which  were used in a movie.


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Roscoe (Fatty) Arbuckle

   

And his new $25,000.00 toy


   

Mary Miles Minter sits in his new car


   

Mabel Julienne Scott and Arbuckle s new Renault


     

Arbuckle's Renault used in his new release
 "The Dollar A Year Man"

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Jackie Coogan,First National star, turning the crank of his 110 hp Meteor


   

Cecil B. DeMille Driving a Locomobile


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Pauline Fredericks ,R-C Pictures,star with her Locomobile


   



   


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Bill Hart with Congo



  

Lila Lee and Eddie Sutherland in a foreign car specially obtained

for Arbuckle's Paramount's film "Dollar A Year Man."


  

Vivian Martin and Colin Chase

Morosco-Paramount Film favorites


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Eugene O'Brian

  

O'Brian cranking the motor without even leaving his seat




  

Eugene O'Brian and Eugene O'Brian putting up the top



  

Euugene O'Brian and


       

 his Kangeroo Automobile


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Wallace Reid 
whose action-hero role as the dashing race-car driver
drew young girls and older women alike
to theaters to see his daredevil auto thrillers (wikipedia)


  

Wallace Reid and Agnes Ayers in "Too Much Speed."


  

"Always Audacious"


   

Reid and his McFarland


   

Wanda Hawley, Wallace Reid,  and Tully Marsjall
in Paramount's "Double Speed"


   

Wallace Reid driving the car at the left in   "Excuse My Dust."


   


Wallace Reid and

   

Lois Wilson in "The Hell Diggers."


   

Wallace Reid and his new McFarland roadster


     

Wallace Reid in "A Charm School." 


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Gloria Swanson and Elliott Dexter 

  

                                             in


   

DeMille's "Something To Think About."


   

Cecil B. DeMile, Gloria Swanson and an ancient Packard


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Ben Turpin and Mrs. Ben Turpin


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