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Once a lowly bladder-bouncer of the Keystones, Ford Sterling is now doing high comedy, or at least what passes for high comedy in the cinema.
Born under an unlucky star, Mary Nolan is the most unfortunate girl in Hollywood besides being one of the most beautiful and capable actresses.
Quizzical humor, an insinuating voice, and rare intelligence — these are his extraordinary gifts.
After six years in hurly-burly Hollywood his politeness has earned stardom and the admiration of the more romantic fans.
That is what generous Joan Crawford asked Edward Arnold after he had stolen honors from her in “Sadie McKee.”
The furthest thought from Warren William was one day to be an actor. But because he so thoroughly looked the part, his friends and family urged him to try the stage, and it was only because of their insistence that he enrolled at a dramatic school.
Barbara Stanwyck has a will of her own and believes that marriage and career can be made to mix.
What of Bela Lugosi, Lionel Atwill, and Boris Karloff, prime portrayers of horrific characters? What are they like, what do they think of their abnormal rôles, and what have been their experiences? This joint interview tells you all you want to know.
While all the world continues to discuss the possibility of Garbo returning to her native country, whether or not she is a great actress, just how interested she is in George Brent — we pause to reflect on her past performances and to applaud a successful career.
It is some 7,000 miles from Hollywood to a city in India named Darjeeling. Merle Oberon is the only actress in motion pictures who has made that long trek successfully. She traveled by way of London to click first in British, then in Hollywood pictures.
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