Here are Lloyd Hughes and Milton Sills with director Frank Lloyd
on the set of The Sea Hawk (1924), listening to a modern radio.
Perhaps they are following the news about two U.S. Army planes
as they complete the first
round-the-world flight in 175 days.
Or maybe listening to the deciding game in the World Series
when the Washington Senators beat the New York Giants.
What do you think they are so intently listening to?
A radio drama? Music? Perhaps the news of Hollywood?