Character Studies (1925) is an amusing, technically impressive curio featuring some of the greatest (male) movie stars of the silent era. On a vaudeville-type stage, Carter DeHaven, a popular comedian at the time, sets things up by announcing a series of ‘impressions.’ Of course, these are not impressions at all, but carefully framed and edited sleights of hand; a bit of movie trickery. TCM

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