Vintage Movie Resources
What holds Miss O’Sullivan back? She could be an important dramatic actress, but she is content to give pleasant performances with only an occasional glimpse of true brilliance. Why? This penetrating insight into her character and career explains her more clearly than any interview you have ever read.
Just because Frankie Darro is always cast as a scrapper, he has the hardest time trying to live down this reputation with the neighbors’ kids. They expect him to start a fight on the slightest provocation, when as a matter of fact he is the soul of peace.
When the stock market crashed and Samuel Hinds lost his home and fortune, he decided to give up his law practice and enter a new profession. And that is the story of how the movies gained this distinguished-looking gentleman, who has played sixty roles in two years.
Little-known facts about Ramon Novarro are brought to light in a brilliantly informative discussion of his influence over fans.
John Stambaugh, one of ten college boys chosen for pictures, refused to admit failure when he and his fellows were released after a try-out. Now, after two years, he is coming into his own.
What happened to Otis Skinner in Hollywood? Let the great stage star give you, in his own words, his frank and humorous impressions of Screentown.
Why one of Hollywood's most successful writers and most popular girls left motion pictures, told by herself