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

Leni Riefenstahl in Das blaue Licht

Leni Riefenstahl in Das blaue Licht – Eine Berglegende aus den Dolomiten (La lumière bleue, The Blue Light), 1932. Regie: Leni Riefenstahl und Béla Balázs. Uncredited set photographer. | src Ader

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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Ballgown for “Forbidden Fruit”

Karl Struss (1886-1981) :: [Actress in ballgown, “Forbidden Fruit”], 1920. Gelatin silver print. | src Amon Carter Museum of American Art

Bebe Daniels in Affairs of Anatol

1920s
Karl Struss (1886-1981) :: Bebe Daniels in elaborate robe, 1921 [production still from “Affairs of Anatol”], 1921. | src Amon Carter Museum
Karl Struss :: [Bebe Daniels sitting on floor by telephone, "Affairs of Anatol"], 1921. Gelatin silver print. | src Amon Carter Museum
Karl Struss :: [Bebe Daniels sitting on floor by telephone in “Affairs of Anatol”], 1921. Gelatin silver print. | src Amon Carter Museum
Karl Struss :: Bebe Daniels [production stills from the movie “Affairs of Anatol”], 1921. Gelatin silver print. | src Amon Carter Museum

Dorothy Dalton in hat, 1920

Karl Struss (1886-1981) :: [Dorothy Dalton in hat, “Fool’s Paradise”]; 1920. Gelatin silver print. | src Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Karl Struss Collection