Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Get Your Motor Runnin: Part Two

I thought it would be fun to have a  look at our silent stars and their amazing cars.

 Edna Murphy with her Packard convertible in front of her very modern home during the 1920's.

Vilma Banky poses beside her Lincoln Sedan.

Lili Damita with her sporty Packard coupe.

Joan Crawford shows off her Ford Town Car during the 1920's.

Nancy Carroll looks like a million bucks.

Ramon Novarro goes for a spin in his Cadillac.

Pauline Stark poses next to her Packard Town car.

Anna Stewart arrives in style.

Gilda Grey takes a break on set next to her Packard Phaeton.

Dolores Del Rio has a bit of fun.

Hope Hampton had better get out of the road before she's mistaken for roadkill. 

Anna Held in her Mercer during the early 1910's.

Thanks for stopping by.
See ya soon!


  1. Fun post Page - there's something about those fast women and their fast cars. They sure looked great together!

  2. Very nice and the second part too!All the cars are unique!:)

  3. These vintage cars are adorable, although now they seem very difficult to park!
    I absolutely loved Dolores Del Rio, her car and her clothes!

  4. Whoa! Gilda Grey's car is a monster! It's as big as a train engine!

    Love your comment about Hope Hampton - LOL!!

  5. Thank you so much for the wonderful "Stars and their Cars" feature. What an unique idea as the photos of these great automobiles on your blog. Thank you thank you thank you!!!!!

  6. Running boards are great. My late uncle told me about the time in the late 1930s when he was a young boy and he and some friends saw Ann Sheridan get into her car after making a personal appearance at a downtown theater. The car was slowly pulling away and they jumped on the running boards to say hi to her. Ann, being the great gal she was, shook their hands and waved hello to them as the car was waiting to make a turn. He said she was gorgeous and very friendly to them.