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Silent Sundays: Melina the Piranha Girl (2008)

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Melina the Piranha Girl by Richard Ruiz, 2008 (via Arte Excéntrico) Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: Princess Juliana (2012) - Silent Sundays: L’Oiseau Bleu (1908) - Silent Sundays: The Magic of Halloween (1912) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Chorus Girls at The Latin Quarter (1949)

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Chorus Girls at the Latin Quarter in 1949,Times Square, New York, NY Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: Mary Pickford (1917) - In the City That Never Sleeps: New York, New York - Silent Sundays: Trepanation (1944) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: The Brain Eaters (1958)

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Promotional Poster for The Brain Eaters (1958); Art by Albert Kallis Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: Two Thousand Maniacs (1964) - Silent Sundays: Madam Satan (1930) - Silent Sundays: The Amityville Horror (1979) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Peggy Ashcroft (1953)

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Peggy Ashcroft in Antony and Cleopatra,1953 Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: Vivien Leigh (1945) - Silent Sundays: Dark Star (1890) - Silent Sundays: “Ziegfeld Girl” (1920) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Kostlivec (1961)

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Kostilvec (Skeleton),  illIustration by Miroslav Váša for Radovan Krátký’s Bubáci (The Bugaboos), or Little Natural History Of The Spooks, Ghosts And Phantoms, a 1961 abecedarium. (via Monster Brains) Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: Dark Star (1890) - Silent Sunday: The Illustrated Volume of a Hundred Demons - Silent Sundays: Poisons et Empoisonneurs Célèbres (1960) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Vampire (1895)

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Edvard Munch, Vampire (original title: Love and Pain), 1895 Related Posts: - She Held Her Mouth Up Redly Wan: The Vampire Hunter’s Kit - Silent Sundays: Photo Prisma Almanac No. 5 (1952) - A Man, Tall and Thin, and Ghastly Pale: Bram Stoker’s Dracula Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Empusa (1894)

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Empusa etching by Carl Schmidt-Helmbrechts (1894), via Feuilleton Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: The Little Witch (1916) - Silent Sundays: Dante and Virgil in Hell (1850) - Silent Sundays: Princess Juliana (2012) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Marguerite Churchill (1930)

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Marguerite Churchill photographed by Max Munn Autrey c.1930 Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Night of the Lepus (1972)

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Night of the Lepus theatrical poster, 1972 Related Posts: - It Must Be Bunnies: 35 Horrible Hares to Haunt Your Easter - Silent Sundays: Cat’s Eye (1985) - Silent Sundays: Las Vampiras (1969) Filed under: Silent Sundays, TV & Film

Silent Sundays: Bianca Passarge (1958)

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Bianca Passarge at Weinkeller zur Schwarzen Katz, photographed by Carlo Polito, 1958. Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: “Ziegfeld Girl” (1920) - Silent Sundays: Chorus Girls at The Latin Quarter (1949) - Silent Sundays: L’Oiseau Bleu (1908) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Heavy Metal (2012)

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Model Aline Weber in a Marchesa skeleton bodysuit for the October 2012 Harper’s Bazaar’s beauty editorial “Heavy Metal,” photographed by Victor Demarchelier. Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: Marion Cotillard in “W” Magazine (2012) - Orient Express: A Century of Costume Inspiration - Silent Sundays: “Ziegfeld Girl” (1920) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: The Devil’s Hand (1942)

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Still from 1942′s La Main du Diable (released as The Devil’s Hand  in the UK and Carnival of Sinners in the USA), directed by Maurice Tourneur (via les sources d’une île). Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: Madam Satan (1930) - Silent Sundays: Trepanation (1944) - Silent Sundays: La Bibliothèque Infernale (1860) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Self-Portrait (1908)

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Léon Spilliaert, Self-Portrait, 1908 Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: Vampire (1895) - Silent Sundays: Dark Star (1890) - Silent Sundays: Empusa (1894) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Death in the Tree (1897)

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Der Tod im Baum (Death in the Tree) by Angelo Jank in the magazine Jugend, 1897 (via The Morthouse) Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: Kostlivec (1961) - Silent Sundays: Empusa (1894) - Silent Sundays: Dark Star (1890) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Mother’s Day (1980)

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Poster for Charles Kaufman’s Mother’s Day, 1980 Related Posts: - I Gave My Heart to Mother: Murderous Movie Matriarchs - Silent Sundays: I Married a Witch (1942) - Silent Sundays: Night of the Lepus (1972) Filed under: Holidays, Silent Sundays, TV & Film

Silent Sundays: Halloween in Leipzig (2012)

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Halloween at Belantis, the largest theme park in eastern Germany. 2012 AP photo by Jens Meyer. Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: All Saint’s Day (2011) - Bury the Carnival: 50 Eerie Photos of Abandoned Amusement Parks - Silent Sundays: Gansabhauet (2008) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Anna Held’s Fencing Girls (1902)

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One of Anna Held’s Fencing Girls, photographed by Gilbert & Bacon, 1902 Related Posts: - Silent Sundays: “Untitled” (1926) - Silent Sundays: Photo Prisma Almanac No. 5 (1952) - Silent Sundays: Trepanation (1944) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Alfred Hitchcock (1972)

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An Alfred Hitchcock mannequin floats on the River Thames during production of Frenzy, 1972  Related Posts: - Halloween Most Fowl: A Hitchcockian Halloween How-To - Man on Haunted Hill: The Venerable Vincent Price - Hamming It Up With Hitchcock! Hopkins Plays the Hitch in new film ”Hitchcock” Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Gothess Absynth (2010)

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Gothess Absynth by Ash Violette via Sighs from the Depths, October 2010 Related Posts: - Sweet as Death: Skull and Bones Sugar - My Robe is the Color of Despair: National Absinthe Day - Silent Sundays: Fox (2012) Filed under: Silent Sundays

Silent Sundays: Freaks (1932)

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Theatrical poster for Tod Browning’s 1932 pre-code horror classic, Freaks. Related Posts: - All the Cheap Thrill Seekers: Glamorous Bearded Lady Makeup Tutorial - Silent Sundays: Madam Satan (1930) - My Eyeballs Roll This Terrible Terrain: Evil Clown Makeup Tutorial Filed under: Silent Sundays