Betty Compson is Tillie de Vamp

Betty Compson as Tillie de Vamp in an Al Christie’s comedy: Hist! At Six O’clock (1916)
“The Vamp Primes Herself with Poison Gas”. Betty Compson as the vampire in Hist! At Six O’clock”. Motion Picture News, December 1916. | src internet archive
Eddie Barry and Betty Compson in a Christie Comedy of the 1913 vintage.
Betty Compson in in a Christy diversion entitled “Hist at Six o’clock”. December, 1919 issue of Photoplay magazine

“L’Atlantide” (1921)

French actress Stacia Napierkowska as Queen Antinéa in “L'Atlantide” [aka Missing Husbands], directed by Jacques Feyder (1921)
French actress Stacia Napierkowska as Queen Antinéa in “L’Atlantide” [aka Missing Husbands], directed by Jacques Feyder (1921)
French actress Stacia Napierkowska as Queen Antinéa in “L'Atlantide” [aka Missing Husbands], directed by Jacques Feyder (1921)
French actress Stacia Napierkowska as Queen Antinéa in “L’Atlantide” [aka Missing Husbands], directed by Jacques Feyder (1921)
French actress Stacia Napierkowska as Queen Antinéa in “L'Atlantide” [aka Missing Husbands], directed by Jacques Feyder (1921)
French actress Stacia Napierkowska as Queen Antinéa in “L’Atlantide” [aka Missing Husbands], directed by Jacques Feyder (1921)

Napierkowska in Les Vampires

Stacia Napierkowska in «Les vampires» Episode 2: The Ring that Kills (dir. Louis Feuillade, 1915-1916). Pathé Frères. | src IMdB
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Jenny Hasselqvist film-portraits

Jenny Hasselqvist as Marit in Mauritz Stiller’s Johan (1921), based on the novel Juha by Juhani Aho. | src IMdB
Jenny Hasselquist in Mauritz Stiller’s film Johan, 1921, photo from Hasselquist’s archive.
Jenny Hasselquist i Mauritz Stillers film Johan, 1921, foto ur Hasselquists arkiv. | src Dansmuseet · IG
Jenny Hasselquist i filmen Brennende Grenze (Aftermath, aka The Jackals), 1926, foto: okänd. | src Dansmuseet on IG

La danseuse (Entr’acte, 1924)

Entr’acte. An “instantaneous” film. Rolf de Maré’s Ballets Suédois have just produced the film Entr’acte which will be screened during the ballet Relâche by Francis Picabia, music by Erik Satie and choreography by Jean Börlin, at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées. The script of the film is by Francis Picabia, the technical production of René Clair. The performance brings together the names of Jean Börlin and Inge Frïss from the Swedish Ballets, Marcel Duchamp and Man-Ray. Le Théâtre et Comœdia illustré, November 1924.
Entr’acte. Un film “instantanéiste”. Les Ballets Suédois de Rolf de Maré viennent de produire un film Entr’acte qui sera projeté au cours du ballet Relâche de Francis Picabia, musique d’Erik Satie et chorégraphie de Jean Börlin, au Théâtre des Champs-Elysées. Le scénario du film est de Francis Picabia, la réalisation technique de René Clair. L’interprétation réunit les noms de Jean Börlin et de Inge Frïss des Ballets Suédois, de Marcel Duchamp, Man-Ray. Le Théâtre et Comœdia illustré, Nov. 1924. | src BnF ~ Gallica
La danseuse (Entr’acte), René Clair, 1924. | src Centre Pompidou – Musée national d’art moderne – RMN