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

Thelma Morgan Converse, 1924

Thelma Converse, also Thelma Furness, Viscountess Furness (born Thelma Morgan, 1904 – 1970). Photoplay magazine, June 1924. | src internet archive
Mrs. Thelma Morgan Converse (written on verso). Headshot portrait. | src eBay

Sally Long by A.C. Johnston

Alfred Cheney Johnston (1884-1971) :: Sally Long in “The Midnight Rounders” at Broadway, 1921. Vintage gelatin silver print. | src Ader
Alfred Cheney Johnston :: Sally Long. Duotone portrait. Published in Photoplay magazine (Jan. 1919). | src internet archive

Nazimova interview, 1926

Nazimova interviewed by Adela Rogers St. Johns for Photoplay magazine, October 1926. | src internet archive

“I did ‘Salome’ as a purgative”, declares Nazimova. “The trash I had played made me sick with myself. I wanted something so different, so fanciful, so artistic, that it would take the taste out of my mouth”. Costume designs for Salome were Natacha Rambova’s (including the iconic wig).