Vintage Movie Resources
Walter Huston — I won't live in Hollywood (1936) 🇺🇸
And tells a dozen reasons why, straight from the shoulder.
Walter Abel — Abel Raises Cain (1936) 🇺🇸
"Don't go West, young man! Go East, if you want to be a film actor' most emphatically says Walter Abel, Hollywood's latest rave. He says a mouthful, having gone through the mill.
Isabel Jewell — Love comes to Isabel Jewell (1936) 🇺🇸
The breaks finally came to Isabel Jewell — spelling real love and recognition
The Fall and Rise of Michael Whalen (1936) 🇺🇸
Michael Whalen had nine long years of struggle before his luck turned. He was down to just 27 cents.
Future Favorites — Rosalind Keith (1937) 🇺🇸
When Rosalind Keith, brown eyed brunette, first came to Hollywood she was determined to become an actress.
Future Favorites — Joan Perry (1937) 🇺🇸
Joan Perry has been in Hollywood for a year, during which time she has played leading roles in a dozen pictures.
Future Favorites — Pat Paterson (1936) 🇺🇸
When she was 15 she became a real professional.
Future Favorites — Craig Reynolds (1936) 🇺🇸
Craig holds some kind of a record, in that he has changed his name no less than five times during his stage and motion picture career.
Future Favorites — Warren Hull (1936) 🇺🇸
Those of you who were lucky enough to make the Movieland Tour this Summer had a chance to see Warren Hull in person!
Future Favorites — James Blakeley (1936) 🇺🇸
An Englishman going to town in Hollywood, is Jimmy Blakeley!
Future Favorites — Joseph Calleia (1936) 🇺🇸
A good man that likes to act tough ... A professional bad man because it is his job, and a good one ... That’s Joseph Calleia!
Future Favorites — Beverly Roberts (1936) 🇺🇸
Beverly Roberts got her first big break in pictures, because Bette Davis quarrelled with Warner Bros.
Future Favorites — Don Ameche (1936) 🇺🇸
Don Ameche has become' a favorite because he is a good actor, has plenty of pep and can step into almost any role ...
Future Favorites — Onslow Stevens (1936) 🇺🇸
Onslow Stevens has become a favorite because he registers a genuineness, on or off the screen ... You can't help liking a guy like that
Future Favorites — Evalyn Knapp (1936) 🇺🇸
Evalyn Knapp has become a favorite because she has personality, appeal and talent.
Future Favorites — Jane Wyatt (1936) 🇺🇸
Jane Wyatt has become a favorite because she represents a type that is fast becoming popular in Hollywood.
Future Favorites — Lynne Carver (1938) 🇺🇸
A soft Southern accent, beautiful auburn hair, and a singing voice that leaves her auditors amazed, are the weapons with which pretty Lynne Carver, daughter of a Kentucky mining engineer, crashed the citadel of Hollywood...
Luise Rainer — I Haven't Even Started Yet! (1938) 🇺🇸
Luise (“doesn’t give a dime”) Rainer believes she’ll be starting soon the things she wants to do— show ‘em she can act
George Burns and Gracie Allen — The Private Life of Burns and Allen (1938) 🇺🇸
Here's the serious side of George and Gracie — without benefit of gags. Since they married 12 years ago, theirs has been one of the love stories of show business
Ritz Brothers — Love a la Ritz (1938) 🇺🇸
The Ritz Brothers — Jimmy, Harry and Al — may gag their way through life, but take marriage straight
Future Favorites — Ernest Truex (1938) 🇺🇸
Ernest Truex, pint-sized comedian who has starred in scores of New York and London stage productions, during the past 20 years, has quit the theatre
Ann Miller — Ballet Skirt and Slippers (1938) 🇺🇸
Ann Miller got her break with taps as Ginger Rogers' dancing partner...
Ray Bolger — Rubber Legs (1938) 🇺🇸
They call Ray Bolger “Rubber Legs” because he goes bouncing all over the place when the music starts. Some dancer!
Mischa Auer and Akim Tamiroff — By Way of Russia (1937) 🇺🇸
Mischa Auer and Akim Tamiroff of revolutionary Russia, played hunches to score in Hollywood.