I'll second that emotion on "Safety Last", "Metropolis" (I have the new restored version, excellent!), anything by Keaton or Chaplin, or Fairbanks SR. I can't believe nobody has mentioned Rudolph Valentino yet! "Blood and Sand", "The Sheik", wow! But now I have to find some of the other great films you guys have mentioned! Did anyone ever see a series that was on in the 60's and 70's called "Silents Please"? They showed silent classics. I think it must have been syndicated. That's where I saw most of my silent classics. Come to think of it, Hedy Lamarr's famous/infamous film "Ecstasy" was little more than a glorified silent film, even tho it was made in 1933. It had mood music and about 2 minutes of dialogue. Odd but interesting film.