Madge Evans — (Not) Dangerous, Sombre and Sirenish (1932) 🇺🇸
If she really did have the love-life that the gossip writers claim she does, says Madge, she would look like this — dangerous and sombre and sirenish. But that, of course, is only Madge’s opinion. (You have a right to your own guess.) The story opposite gives you Madge’s side of the story about the men in her life. You’ll next see her making Al Jolson emotional in “The New Yorker”.
Photo by: George Hurrell (1904–1992)
Source: Motion Picture Magazine, September 1932