Betty Lawford — Used to Footlights (1932) 🇺🇸
Betty reveals why so many Hollywood girls — even Garbo — wear a lock of hair over one eye. They can’t shield both eyes from the Klieg lights, but they can cover one — and manage to look exotic at the same time.
Betty, herself, is more used to footlights, being the daughter of Ernest Lawford, famous stage actor.
You’ll behold her in “The Monkey’s Paw,” being a thriller of thrillers.
Source: Motion Picture Magazine, December 1932