Biographies Of The Players DUN-FER


DUNCAN, Arletta. B. New Orleans, Dec. 31, 1914. Medium brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 1 in. Wt. 7 st. Ed. Universal City Films Private School.

For two years was a broadcasting singer, and previously played child parts in stock companies. Won a photographic

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content and, as a result, was given a free trip to Hollywood. Carl Laemmle, jun., gave her a screen test, and she made her debut in Frankenstein (Univ, 1931).

Also Played in: Law and Order (Univ), The Unexpected Father (Univ), Night World (Univ), Fast Companions (Univ), Back Street (Univ).

DUNCAN, Mary. B. Luttrellville, Virginia, Aug. 13, 1905. Brown hair, brown eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 3! ins. Wt. 8 st. 6 lb. M. Louis Woods, jun., 1931.

In spite of her parents’ disapproval, and discouragement, she persisted in her desire for a theatrical career, and eventually achieved success, not only on the stage but on the screen, too, making her film debut in Four Devils (Fox, 1929).

Also Played in : The River (Fox),

Kismet (F.N.), Through Different Eyes (Fox), Romance of the Rio Grande (Fox), City Girl (Fox), Men Call it Love (M.G.M.), Daughter of Luxury (M.G.M.), Age for Love (U.A.), Cardigan's Last Case (Radio), Thirteen Women (Radio).

DUNCAN, Rosetta. B. Los Angeles. Fair hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 4 in. Wt. 8 st. 13 lb. Ed. Los Angeles.

After specializing in music, harmony and athletics, she began her stage career in 1917. Came to England in Topsy and Eva (a stage show produced by Rosetta and her sister, Vivian, who was also in the caste). Made her screen debut in 1927 in Topsy and Eva (U.A.).

Also Played in : It’s a Great Life (M.G.M.).

DUNCAN, Vivian. B. Los Angeles. California. Ht. 5 ft. Wt. 7 st. 12 lb. Ed. Los Angeles. M. Nils Asther, 1930.

1 dan. Evelyn Rosetta.

Together with her sister made her stage debut in 1917, and achieved fame for her exceedingly funny character work. Came to England in Topsy and Eva (a show produced by the two sisters). Together with Rosetta, made the film Topsy and Eva (U.A., 1927).

Also Played in : It’s a Great Life

(M.G.M.).

DUNN, Emma. B. Cheshire, England, 1875. Brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. Wt. 9 st. 4 lbs. Ed. private schools.

Made her stage debut while still in her early teens, and won considerable distinction before entering the film world, in 1919.

Played in : Side Street (Fox), The

Texan (Para), Too Young to Marry (Warner), Manslaughter (Para), The Prodigal (M.G.M.), Compromised (F.N. ), Bad Company (Radio), Morals for Women (Tiffany), Bad Sister (Univ), This Modern Age (M.G.M.), The Guilty Generation (Col), Under Eighteen (Warner), Wet Parade (M.G.M.), We Three (F.N.), Cohens and Kellys in Hollywood (Univ), Hell's House (Zeidman), Letty Lynton (M.G.M.), It’s Tough to be Famous (F.N.), Big Business Girl (F.N.), Blessed Event (Warner). '

DUNN, James. B. New York City, Nov. 2, 1905. Brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 6 ft. Wt. 11 st. 6 lb. Ed. Trinity Public School, New Rochelle.

Has twice knocked on Hollywood’s door. The first time his reception was so poor that he turned back to the stage from which he had come. A period in the theatre followed, and in 1931, this time at Fox’s invitation, returned to the film city to star in Bad Girl.

Also Played in : Over the Hill

(Fox), Dance Team (Fox), Blonde Reporter (Fox), Society Girl (Fox), Walking Down Broadway (Fox),

DUNN, Josephine. В. Нелу York City, May 1, 1906. Blonde hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. з| in. Wt. 8 st. Ed. Holy Cross Convent, Ислу York.

Started her stage career at 14 and remained in musical comedy for several years. Joined the Paramount School of Acting and, on the completion of her training, made her screen debut in Fascinating Youth (Para, 1926).

Also Played in : The Air Patrol

(Univ), Madonna of the Streets (Col), Our Modern Maidens (M.G.M.), One Hour With You (Para), Forbidden Company (Chesterfield), Big City Blues (Warner), The Death Ray (Big 4), The Eagle’s Shadow (Col), Fighting Gentleman (International).

DUNNE, Irene. B. Louisville, Kentucky, July 14, 1904. Вголл-п hair and eyes. Fit. 5 ft. 4 in. Wt. 8 st. 3 lb. Ed. Loretta Academy. Louisville; at a convent in St. Louis; Chicago College of Music. M. Dr. Francis Griffon, July 16, 1928.

Without very much ado walked straight into a leading part in the musical play Irene. Appearances in Lollipops and Sweetheart Time followed. First screen hit with Richard Dix in Cimarron (Radio), 1930.

Also Played in : Bachelor Apartment

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(Radio), Melody of Life (Radio), March of a Nation (Radiol, Married in Haste (Radio), Back Street (Univ), Thirteen Women (Radio), Man and Wife (Radio).

DURANTE, Jimmy. B. New York City, Feb. 19, 1893. Fair hair, grey eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 7 in. Wt. 10 st. 10 lb. Ed. public schools. M. Jeanne Olsen. Achieved fame as a cabaret artist. Made many gramophone records and then decided to try his luck at Hollywood. Was an instant success in his first film New Adventures of Get Rich Quick Wallingford (M.G.M., 1931), and is now famous on the screen as “ Schnozzle ” Durante.

Also Played in : Roadhouse Nights

(Para), The Cuban Love Song (M.G.M.), The Passionate Plumber (M.G.M.), Wet Parade (M.G.M.), Speak Easily (M.G.M.), Blondie of the Follies (M.G.M.), Phantom President (Para).

DURKIN, Junior. B. New York City, 1915. Dark brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 2 in. Wt. 7 st. 8 lb Made his stage debut at 2J as Cupid in the musical comedy Some Night, and continued his stage career until 1930, when he went to Hollywood and made his screen debut in the film Recaptured Love (Warner).

Also Played in : Saute Fe Trail (Para), The Law Rides West (Para), Tom Sawyer (Para), Hell’s House (Zeidman), The Conquering Horde (Para), Huckleberry Finn (Para).

DVORAK, (pronounced Vorzhahk), Ann. Real name, Ann Me Kim. B. New York City, Aug. 12, 1912. Brown hair, green eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 4¾ in. Wt. 7 st. 12 lb. Ed St. Catherine’s Convent, New York City; Page School for Girls, Los Angeles. M. Leslie Fenton, 1932.

Her earliest ambition was to write poetry and song lyrics. At the age of sixteen she danced in Hollywood Review of 1929 (M.G.M.), and after one year became dancing instructor at the Metro-Goldwyn studios, during which time she appeared in inconspicuous parts. She made a sensational hit in Scarface (U.A.). Came to England in 1932 with her husband.

Also Played in : Sky Devils (U.A.), The Crowd Roars (Warner), Strange Love of Molly Louvain (F.N.), Love is a Racket (Warner), Stranger in Town (Warner), The Crooner (Warner), In the Flesh (Warner), Son of Russia (Warner), Three on a Hatch (Warner)

DYALL, Franklin. B. Liverpool, Feb. 3, 1874. Black hair, black eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 11 in. Wt. 12 st. Ed. at Liverpool. M. (1) Mary Phyllis Logan ; dissolved ; (2) Mary Merrall.

Stage debut St. James’s, April 28, 1894, in The Masqueraders. Film debut Atlantic (B.I.P.), produced by Dupont at Elstree in 1930.

Also Played in : A Night in Montmartre (Gains), Creeping Shadows (B.I.P.), A Safe Affair (Langham), Alibi (Twicken-. ham), The Ringer (Gains), Easy Virtue (Gains), Men of Steel (Langham).

EAGELS, Jeanne. B. Kansas City, June 26, 1894. Dau. of Edward

Eagles. M. Edward H. Coy; dissolved. D. Oct. 4, 1929.

Made her first appearance on the stage at the age of 7 as Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. First began to draw attention when she appeared as Miss Renault in Jumping Jupiter in New York, 1911. Film debut, 1928.

Played in : Jealousy (Fox), The Letter (Para).

EDVMRDS, Cliff. B. Hannibal, Missouri,

June 14. Brown hair, brown eyes.

Ht. 5 ft. 5^ in. Wt 10 st. 5 lb. Ed.

St. Louis public schools. M. Nancy

Dover.

Was once referred to as " Ukulele Ike ” by a waiter who eould not remember his name. Cliff liked it so much that he has stuck to it ever since. Began his theatrical career in the cheaper night elubs, singing songs in his peculiar crooning way. Has since sold about eleven million gramophone records in America. Was given his first screen opportunity by M.G.M. in Hollywood Review (1929). His song “ Singin’ in the Rain ” was the comedy hit of the show.

Also Played in : So This is College

(M.G.M.), Marianne (M.G.M.), What Price Melody? (M.G.M.), Montana Moon (M.G.M.), Way Out West (M.G.M.), Romeo in Pyjamas (M.G.M.), Dance Fools Dance (M.G.M.), The Prodigal (M.G.M.), Stepping Out (M.G.M.), Shipmates (M.G.M.), Way Out West (M.G.M ), Sidewalks of New York (M G.Md, Laughing Sinners (M.G.M.), Those Three French Girls (M.G.M.), Good News (M.G.M.), Forward March (M.G.M,), The Lullaby (M.G.M.), Hell Divers (M.G.M.), Young Bride (Radio).

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EDWARDS, Henry. Actor and director. (See Directors’ Biographies.)

EILERS, Sally. B. New York City, Dec. n, 1908. Auburn hair, brown eyes, lit. 5 ft. 3¾ in. Wt. 7 st. 8 lb. Ed. Fairfax High School. M. Hoot Gibson, 1930.

Began her screen career in Why Leave Home? (Fox), 1929, and, though feature roles followed, it was not until Bad Girl (Fox, 1931) was released that she attained her present popularity -with cinema-goers.

Also Played in : Romeo in Pyjamas (M.G.M.), The Good-bye Kiss (F.N.), Dry Martini (Fox), Sailor’s Holiday (Pathe), The Black Camel (Fox), Quick Millions (Fox), Slightly Used (Warner), Over the Hill (Fox), A Holy Terror (Fox), Trial Marriage (Col), Disorderly Conduct (Fox), Okay (Fox), Hat Check Girl (Fox), Dance Team (Fox).

ELLIOTT, Frank. B. Cheshire, England, Feb. 11, 1880. Brown hair,

grey eyes. Ht. 6 ft. Wt. 12 st. 2 lb. Ed. Liverpool University. M. Dorothy Griffin.

Has had thirty-one years’ stage and screen experience. Has toured extensively in England, Australia and America, including among his experiences leading parts for three years at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.

Played in : Once to Every Woman (Holubar-Universal), Marriage of William Aslie (Metro), The Impossible Mrs. Bellew (Para), Secrets (F.N.), The Dark Angel (F.N.), Easy Virtue (Gains), For Sale (F.N.), Playboy of Paris (Para), Boudoir Diplomat (Univ), Take the Heir (Big Four).

ELSOM, Isobel. B. Cambridge, March 16, 1893. Fair hair, blue eyes. Ed. Howard College, Bedford. M. Maurice Elvey, director, 1923.

Made her first appearance on the stage in The Quaker Girl, 1911. Afterwards appeared in a number of British silent films, and soon won film fame, too.

Also Played in : The Other Woman (Majestic), The Stranglehold (W.B.-F.N.), Illegal (W.B.-F.N.), The Crooked Lady (Eric Hakim).

EMERY, Gilbert. Real name, Gilbert Emery Bensley Pottle. B. Naples, New York. Fair hair, blue eyes. Ht. 6 ft. 2 in. Wt. 12 st. 7 lb. Ed. public schools, Oneonta Normal School; Amherst College, Mass.

Well-known as a writer of short stories and plays, and is the author of the novel, " Handicapped.” Appeared on the stage for ten years in New York, London, Paris, Rome and Florence. Screen debut, 1920.

Played in : Behind That Curtain

(Fox), Let Us Be Gay (M.G.M.), Sky Hawk (Fox), Sarah and Son (Para), A Lady's Morals (M.G.M.), Prince of Diamonds (Col), Scandal Sheet (Para), Parly Husband (F.N.), Ladies’ Man (Para), Rich Man’s Folly (Para), The Man Called Back (Tiffany).

ERROL, Leon. B. Sydney, New South Wales. Brown hair and eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 7'J in. Wt. 11 st. Ed. Sydney High School ; St. Joseph’s College ; Sydney University. M. Stella Chatelaine. •

Went to America as a youth. Was for a time with the Ziegfeld Follies and later joined a stock company and eventually rose to be one of the best known comedians on the New York stage. Made his London debut in De Courville’s production of Joy Bells. Started his screen career in two-reelers and rose to prominence in full-length filmSi

Played in : Yolanda (M.G.M.),

Sally (F.N.), Clothes Make the Pirate (F.N.), Lunatic at Large (F.N.), Only Saps Work (Para), One Heavenly Night (U.A.), Her Majesty Love (F.N.).

ERWIN, Stuart. B. Squaw Valley, Fresno County, California, Feb. 14, Light brown hair, greenish eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 9 in. Wt. 11 st 6 lb. Ed. Porterville Union High School; University of California. M. June Collyer, July 23, 1931.

Is one of the only Hollywood stars who has attracted attention towards himself by playing five different parts simultaneously in a play. A Fox official spotted this, thought it unique and gave the quick-change artist a screen test which proved successful. This led to a part in Does Mother Know Best? (Fox).

Also Played in : This Thing Called Love (Pathe), Speakeasy (Fox), Thru’ Different Eyes (Fox), Young Eagles (Para), No Limit (Para), Playboy of Paris (Para), Up Pops the Devil (Para), Dude Ranch (Para), Cock-Eyed World (Fox), Sweetie (Para), Dangerous Dan McGrew (Para), Along Came Youth (Para), Working Girls (Para), Only Saps Work (Para), Magnificent Lie (Para), Strangers in Love (Para), Two Kinds of I {’omen (Para), Misleading Lady (Para), Make Me a Star (Para). The Big Broadcast (Para).

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ESMOND, Jill Real name, Jill Esmond-Moore. B. London, Jan 26, 1908 Dark brown hail, blue eyes Ht 5 ft.

4 in Ed Bedales; Royal Academy of Dramatic Art M. Laurence Olivier, 1930.

Stage debut St James's Theatre, Dec 21, 1922, in Peter Pan Took part in two British productions, The Skm Game (B.I P.. 1931), and The Chinese Bungalow, then went to America, where she soon after began work with Radio Pictures

Also Played in : Eternal Feminine

(Para-Brit), Once a Lady (Para), Ladies of the Jury (Radio), Cardigan’s Last Case (Radio), Thirteen Women (Radio), Is My Face Red ? (Radio), F. P. 1. (Gau-Brit-U.F.A.).

EVANS, Madge. B. New York City, July 1, 1909. Blonde hair, blue eyes. tit.

5 ft. 4 in. Wt 8 st. 4 lb.

Is still remembered for the great popularity she achieved as a child actress when six years of age. Reappeared in 1931. in Sporting Blood (M.G.M.).

Also Played in : Guilty Hands

(M.G.M.), Son oj India (M.G.M.), Good Times, The Greeks had a Word for Them (Col), Lovers Courageous (M.G.M.) West of Broadway (M G.M.), The Impossible Lover (M.G.M.), Heartbreak (Fox), Are You Listening ? (M.G.M.), The New

Yorker (Col).

EVANS, Maurice.

Has had considerable stage experience and is best remembered for his forceful chaiacterization of Raleigh in Journey’s End Has now abandoned the stage entirely for the screen

Played in : Raise the Roof (B.I.P.),

Should a Doctor Tell ? (B.L.), Cupboard Love (B.I.P.), Marry Me (Gains), Wedding Rehearsal (London Film Pro.).

FAIRBANKS, Douglas. Real Name Douglas Ullman. B. Denver Col., May 23, 1884 Dark brown hair

and eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 10 in. Wt. 11 st. 11 lb. Ed. Denver City Schools; Colorado School of Mines. M. (1) Beth Sully; son, Douglas Jun., 1907; dissolved; (2) Mary Pickford, March 26, 1920.

The screen’s greatest exponent of swashbuckling cavaliers. Made his smile famous throughout the -world. Began his career by playingShakespearean parts in New York. This was followed by a varied experience on the American

stage, and eventually, in 1914. a successlul break into films, sponsored by D W. Griffith. One of his eailiest films was The Lamb, 1914 (Fine Arts Triangle).

Also Played in : Double Tvouble

(F.A Tri). Reggie Mixes In (I* A. Tri), His Pictures in the Papers (F a Tri), Americano (F.A. Tri), Habit of Happiness (F.A Tri), Matrimaniac (F A. Tri), Flirting with Fate (F.A. Tri), Good Bad Man (F.A. Tri), Half-Breed (F.A Tri), Manhattan Madness (F.A Tri), American Aristocracy (F.A. Tri), In Again, Out Again (F.P.), Wild and Woolly (F.P.), Down to Earth (F.P.), Man from Painted Post (F.P.), Reaching for the Moon (F.P.), Modern Musketeers (F.P.), Headin’ South (F.P.), JHister Fix-it (F.P.), Say, Young Fellow (F.P.), Bound in Morocco (F.P.), He Comes up Smiling (F.P.), Arizona (F.P.), Knickerbocker Buckaroo (F.P.), His Majesty the American (U.A.), The Mark of Zorro (U.A.), The Three Musketeers (U.A.), Mollycoddle (U.A.), The Nut (U.A.), Robin Hood (U.A.), Thief of Bagdad (U.A.), Don Q, Son of Zorro (U.A.), Black Pirate (U.A.), The Gaucho (U.A.), The Iron Mask (U.A.), Taming of the Shrew (U.A.), Reaching for the Moon, talkie version (U.A.), Around the World in Eighty Minutes (U.A.), Mr. Robinson Crusoe (U.A).

FAIRBANKS, Douglas, Jun. B. New, York City, Dec. 9, 1907. Parents

Beth Sully and Douglas Fairbanks, Sen. Light brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 6 ft. 1 in. Wt. 12 st. 2 lb. Ed, privately. M. Joan Crawford, June 3. 1929.

Although he had every opportunity and invitation to begin his career in films without any delay, he wisely chose to undergo a period of training on the stage first. Stephen Steps Out (Para, 1923) marked his film debut. Visited England with his beautiful wife in 1932 and received a tremendous ovation from the British public.

Also Played in : I Like Your Nerve (F.N.), The Barker (F.N.), The Toilers (Tiffany), Stella Dallas (U.A.), Is Zat So? (Fox), Texas Steer (Univ), The Brass Band, The Power of the Press

(Col), Our Modern Maidens (M.G.M.),

Jazz Age (Radio), Forward Pass (F.N.), Loose Ankles (F.N.), Show of Shows

(Warner), Dawn Patrol (F.N.), One Night at Susie's (F.N.), Sin Flood (F.N.), Way of AH Men (F.N.), Party Girl (Tiffany), Little Accident (Univ), Outward Bound

(F.N.), Little Caesar (F.N.), Chances (F.N.),

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It's Tough to be Famous (F.N.), Gentleman For a Day (F.N.), Love is a Racket (F.N.), Revolt (F.N.).

FAIRBROTHER, Sydney. Real name, Sydney Tapping. B. July 31, 1872. Ed. Blackpool; Bonn, Germany. M. (1) Percy Buckler ; 1897 (2) Trevor

Lowe ; he d. 1910

Made her first appearance on the stage in The Squire, 1890. Then toured America for a while. Screen debut in Iron Justice (Payne & Morgan, 1915).

Also Played in : Game of Liberty

(London), Me and My Moke (London), The Mother (London), In Bondage (Samuel-son), The Temporary Gentleman (Samuel-son), The Children of Gibeon (Master), Sally Bishop (Stoll), Nell Gwyn (Para-Brit), Laddie (Progress), Married Love (Samuelson), The Beloved Vagabond (Astra-National), Confetti (F.N.), Bindle (Wilcox), The Ghost Train (Gains talkie), Murder on the Second Floor (W.B.-F.N.), The Other Mrs. Phipps (Twickenham), A Letter of Warning (W.B.-F.N.), Postal Orders (W.B.-F.N.), The Third String (Gau-Brit), Temperance Fete (EricHakim), Double Dealing (Twickenham), Down Our Street (Para-Brit), Insult (Para-Brit), Lucky Ladies (W.B.-F.N.), Return of Raffles (W.P.-Nettlefold).

FARLEY, Dot. B. Chicago, 111. Blonde hair, dark eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 5 in. Wt. 9 st. 12 lb. Ed. University of Valparaiso.

Began her stage career at the age of three with the Farley stock company, remaining with this troupe for six years. Later turned her attention to the screen, appearing in The Volga Boatman (Pathe, 1926) and King of Kings (De Rille’s production).

Also Played in : Celebrity (Pathe),

So Big (F.N. Silent), Lady Be Good (F.N.), The Clinkers (Warner), Grand Duchess and the Waiter (Para), Marquis Preferred (Para), Bird in the Hand (Christie), Divorce Made Easy (Para), Weak But Willing (Para-Christie), Road To Paradise (F.N.), Harmony At Home (Fox), Swell People (Pathe), Traffic (Pathe), While Paris Sleeps (Fox).

FARNDM, William. B. Boston, Mass. July 4. Brown hair, blue eyes. lit. 5 ft. iol in. M. (1) Olive White ; div. 1931 ; (2) Mrs. Isabelle Major.

Began his career on the stage at the age of sixteen, touring with a company of Shakespearean players, headed by Edward Ferry, the tragedian. Remained

on the stage for seven years, then accepted a tempting offer from Fox to appear in motion-pictures. In 1924, while making The Man Who Fights Alone (Para), was very seriously injured, and for several years after, declined anything but brief parts. In 1930 was seen again with Norma Talmadge in Dubarry, Woman of Passion (U.A.).

Also Played in : Yankee at King

Arthur's Court (Fox), Drifter (Kent), Pagan Lady (Col), Tropical Nights (Col), Law of the Sea (Gau), Mr. Robinson Crusoe (Col).

FARRELL, Charles. B. Onset Bay,

Mass., Aug. 9, 1902. Brown hair and

eyes. Ht. 6 ft. 2 in. Wt. 13 st. Ed.

Walpole (Mass.) High School; Boston

University. M. Virginia Valli, Feb.

16, 1931.

After tenaciously persisting in crowd-work for a long time, began playing small parts until the day when he was given a part with Janet Gaynor in Seventh Heaven (Fox, 1927), the film that sent them flying to the heights of screen fame.

Also Played in : The Man Who

Came Back (Fox), Old Ironsides (Para), Rough Riders (Para), Street Angel (Fox), Fazil (Fox), River (Fox), City Girl (Fox), Lucky Star (Fox), The Red Dance (Fox), Sunny Side Up (Fox), Wild Girl (Fox), Happy Days (Fox), High Society Blues (Fox), Body and Soul (Fox), Merely Mary Ann (Fox), Delicious (Fox), After To-morrow (Fox), The First Year (Fox), Heartbreak (Fox), Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (Fox) Central Park (Warner).

FARRELL, Charles. B. in Britain.

Although he suffers from obvious disadvantages by carrying the name of the well-known American star he resolutely refuses to change it, insisting that it is his real name. Appeared for a while on the London stage, but has received much more encouragement from the studios and is now devoting his whole time to motion pictures.

Played in : Creeping Shadows (B.I.P.), The House Opposite (B.I.P.), Man At Six (B.I.P.), Money For Nothing (B.I.P.), To-night’s the Night (B.I.P.), Innocents of Chicago (B.I.P.), A Tight Corner (Twickenham).

FAY, Frank. B. San Francisco, Cal. Red hair, blue eyes. Ht. 6 ft. Wt. 12 st. 12 lb. M. Barbara Stanwyck.

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Appeared in amateur theatricals for the first time when seven years of age in Babes in Toy land, and remained on the stage until a part in Show of Shows (Warner, 1929), brought him to Hollywood.

Also Played in : Under a Texas

Moon (Warner), The Matrimonial Bed (Warner), Bright Lights (F.N.), A Fool's Advice (Frank Fay Co.).

FAZENDA, Louise. B. Lafayette, Indiana, June 17, 1895. Blonde hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 6 in. Wt. 8 st. 13 lb. Ed. Los Angeles High School; St. Mary’s Convent. M Harold Wallis, studio manager.

Originally wished to play tragedy parts, but discovered that she possessed an incurable sense of humour, which promised to take her much farther in comedy parts. Mack Sennett gave her the first opportunity of proving her talent on the screen, 1915.

Played in : Quincy Adams Sawyer (M.G.), Gold Diggers (Belasco), Spoilers (M.G.), The Bat (U.A.), Desert Song (Warner). On with the Show (Warner), Noah’s Ark (Warner), The Terror (Warner), No, No, Nanette (F.N.), Abraham Lincoln (F.N.), Misbehaving Ladies (F.N.), Viennese Nights (Warner). Gun Smoke (Para), Forbidden Adventure (Para), The Mad Parade (Para), Racing Youth (Univ), Cuban Love Song (M.G.M.), Once in a Lifetime (Univ).

FENTON, Leslie. B. Liverpool, March 12, 1903. Brown hair and eyes. Ht. 6 ft. Wt. 12 st. M.Ann Dvorak, March, 1932. A Liverpool boy who, with his family, crossed the Atlantic when he was eleven years of age. Made his stage debut in New York, then, later went to Hollywood, where he made his first screen appearance in Gentle Julia (Fox, 1924).

Also Played in : Havoc (Fox), The Man Who Came Back (Fox), Kick ,n (Para), Show Down (Para), Drag Nei (Par, ^), First Kiss (Para), What Price Glory ? (F01), Gateway of the Moon (Fox), East Lyn^t (Fox), Guilty Generation (Col), Pagan Lady (Col), Dynamite (M.G.M.), Girls Gone Wild (Fox), A Dangerous Woma 1 (Para), Man I Love (Para), Woman Trap (Para), Office Scandal (Pathd), Pans Bound (Pathd), Broadway (Univ), Last Performance (Univ), Famous Ferguson Case (Warner), Honourable Mr Won£ (Warner), Thunder Below (Para), Strange Love of Molly Louvain (F.N.), In The Flesh, Murder at Midnight (Tiffany), F.P.l. (Gau-Brit-U.F.A ),Л2/Mail (Univ)

FERRIS, Audrey. B. Detroit, Mich., Aug 30, 1909. Light auburn hair,

brown eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 2 in. Wt. 7 st. 5 lb. Ed. Los Angeles.

Was first seen on the stage, where she danced, sang and played the violin with distinction. Entered motion-pictures in 1926 as the result of having won numerous dancing trophies.

Played in : Beware of Bachelors

(Warner), Women They Talk About (Warner), The Little Wild Cat (Warner), Fancy Baggage (Warner), The Glad Rag Doll (Warner), Honky Tonk (Warner), Undertow (Univ), Question of To-day (Vita), For the Love of Fanny (Educ), That Rascal (Educ).



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