A Girl in Every Port

Louise Brooks and Robert Armstrong in an old fashioned night shirt in a scene from A Girl in Every Port (1928).

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A Girl in Every Port

Louise Brooks and Robert Armstrong in A Girl in Every Port (1928).

A Girl in Every Port

Louise Brooks and Robert Armstrong in A Girl in Every Port (1928).  Robert is best known as the film director on a mission to capture the original King Kong (1933).  His part was played by Jack Black in Peter Jackson’s 21st century remake.

A Girl in Every Port

Robert Armstrong and Louise Brooks in A Girl in Every Port (1928), the  fifth of eight silent films Howard Hawks made, all at 20th Century Fox.

A Girl in Every Port

Robert Armstrong as Bill, nicknamed Salami, in A Girl in Every Port (1928).  Robert was born in Saginaw, Michigan and had 183 acting credits in his career, from 1927 to 1964.  His most famous role was director Carl Denham who travels to Skull Island to film the original King Kong (1933).

A Girl in Every Port

Robert Armstrong and Victor McLaglen compete for the attention of Louise Brooks as circus acrobat Marie in A Girl in Every Port (1928).

A Girl in Every Port

Louise Brooks became a style icon and one of the most recognizable silent film stars with her star making performance in A Girl in Every Port (1928)

A Girl in Every Port

Louise Brooks and Robert Armstrong in A Girl in Every Port (1928).

A Girl in Every Port

Victor McLaglen and Robert Armstrong are two sailors with A Girl in Every Port (1928).  Victor had a long career in Hollywood, often seen in John Ford westerns such as She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949).  Robert was most famously seen as the filmmaker capturing King Kong (1933).