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GIBSON, Wynne. B. New York City. Reddish hair, grey-green eyes. lit. 5 ft. 2 in. Wt. 7 st. 5 lb. Ed. Wadleigh School for Girls, New York City. -Made her film debut in a small part of a New York production. Was not . very much attracted by a screen career, and went on the stage. Her views changed, however, when Paramount signed her to appear opposite Richard Dix in Nothing But The Truth (1929).

Also Played in : The Gang Buster

(Para), Kick In (Para), June Moon (Para), Man of the World (Para), City Streets (Para), Ladies. of the Big House (Para), Two Kinds of Women (Para), Strange Case of Clara Deane (Para), Lady and Gent (Para), Night after Night (Para).

GILBERT, John. Real name, JohnPringle. B. Logan, Utah, July 10, 1897. Brown hair, brown eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 11 in. Wt. 9 st. gib. Ed. at various public schools in U.S.A.; Hitchcock Military Academy at San Rafael, Cal. M. (1) Olivia Burwell, 1917 ; div., 1922; (2) Leatrice Joy, Mar., 1923 ; dau. Leatrice ; div., Aug., 1924 ; (3) Ina Claire, May, 1929 ; div., Aug., 1932; (4) Virginia Bruce, Aug., 1932. Best remembered by his admirers for a series of pictures in which he co-starred with Greta Garbo, prominent among them being Flesh and the Devil (M.G.M., 1927) and Love (M.G.M., 1927). Suffered a set-back when talkies came, owing to the unsuitability of his voice. This, however, has since been trained and, though he has not yet reached the height of popularity he attained in the silent days, he is frequently featured by M.G.M., to whom he is under contract.

Also Played in : Apostles of Vengeance (Ince), Heart of the Hills (F.N.), The Count of Monte Cristo (Fox), He Who Gets Slapped (M.G.M.), The Merry Widow (M.G.M.), The Big Parade (M.G.M ), Man, Woman, and Sin (M.G.M.), Bardelys the Magnificent (M.G.M.), The Cossacks (M.G.M.), The Show (M.G.M. silent), Twelve Miles Out (M.G.M.), Love (M.G.M.), A Woman of Affairs (M.G.M.), Desert Nights (M.G.M.). La Boheme (M.G.M ),

His Glorious Night (M.G.M.), The Hollywood Review (M.G.M.), Redemption (M.G.M.), Way For a Sailor (M.G.M.), Gentlemen's Fate (M.G.M.), Phantom of Paris (M.G.M.), West of Broadway (M.G.M.), The Big Parade (M.G.M. talkie version), Downstairs (M.G.M).

GILL, Basil. B. Birkenhead, Cheshire, March 10, 1877. Son of Rev. John Gill, of Cambridge. Ed. Oakham Grammar School; St. Paul’s Cathedral School ; and Neuville, Switzerland. M. Margery Cavania.

Decided at first to earn his living as an artist, but, finding this unremunerative, turned his attention to the stage, making his first appearance at Bury, 1897. First London appearance, 1S98, in The Daughters of Babylon. Has toured extensively in America and Australia. Created a great success in the part of Messala in Ben Hur, in London, 1902. Film debut with Gaumont, in High Treason.

Also Played in : School for Scandal (Albion), Should a Doctor Tell? (B.L.), Glamour (B.I.P.).

GILLINGWATER, Cl aude. B. Lause-anna, Missouri, Aug. 2, 1870. Grey hair, brown eyes. Ht. 6 ft. 2 in. Wt. 12 st. Ed. St. Louis High School. M. Carlyn Stellith.

Following many years on the stage with David Belasco, made his film debut in Little Lord Fauntleroy (U.A., 1921).

Also Played In : Alice Adams, Daddy (F.N.), Three Wise Fools (GolJwyn), The Christian (Goldwyn), Madonna of the Streets (F.N.), Why Change Your Husband (Warner), My Boy (Pathe), Remember (Col), Women They Talk About (Warner), Stark Mad (Warner), Stolen Kisses (Warner), A Dangerous Woman (Para), Great Divide (F.N.), Daddy Long Legs (Fox), Smiling Irish Eyes (F.N.), Flirting Widow (F.N.), Toast of the Legion (F.N.), Dumbbelles m Ermine (Warner), Conquering Horde (Para), We Three (F.N.), Tess of the Storm Country, (Fox).

GISH, Dorothy. B. Dayton, Ohio, 189S. Fair hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. Ed. Dayton. M. James Rennie, Aug. 1920. Although only 34 years of age is regarded as one of the screen veterans, having started her career with Griffith in 1912. Is best remembered for her performance with her sister, Lillian Gish, in Orphans of the Storm (Griffith, 1922). Returned to the stage in New York, Oct., 1928, as Fay Hilary in Young Love. Paid a visit to London with Antonio Moreno in

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a visit to London with Antonio Moreno in 1926 to star in Mad amt Pompadour (B.I.P.)

Also Played in : Hearts of the World (Comstock), Fury (F.N.), The Bright Shawl (F.N.), Clothes Make the Pirate (F.N.), Romola (M.G.M.), Nell Gwynn (Para-Brit), London (Para), Tiptoes (Para).

GISH, Lillian. B. Springfield, Ohio, Oct. 14, 189*5. Blonde hair, light-blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 4 in. Wt. 7 st. 12 lb. Fd. Dayton, Ohio.

After brief stage experience, during which she had once supported Sarah Bernhardt, she was introduced to D. W. Griffith by Mary Pickford, with whom she later appeared in The Unseen Enemy (1912).

Also Played in : The Mothering

Heart (Griffith), The Battle of the Sexes (U.A.), Home Sweet Home (F.A.), The Birth of a Nation (Griffith), Intolerance (Griffith), Souls Triumphant (F.A.-Tri), Hearts of the World (Comstock World), The Great Love (Griffith), Romance of Happy Valley (Artcraft), The Greatest Thing in Life (Griffith), Broken Blossoms (Griffith), The Greatest Question (F.N.), Way Down East (U.A.), White Sister (Inspiration), Romola (M.G.M.), La Boheme (M.G.M.), The Scarlet Letter (M.G.M.), Annie Laurie (M.G.M.), The Enemy (M.G.M.), Wind (M.G.M.), One Romantic Night (U.A.), Orphans of the Storm (U.A.).

Directed : Remodelling Her Husband (Para), with Dorothy Gish in the principal role.

GLEASON, James. B. New York City, May 23, 1886. Light brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 10 in. M. Lucille Webster ; son, Russell.

Stage career preceded by service in the Spanish-American War, after which he joined the stock company at the Liberty Theatre, in Oakland, managed by his parents. Soon after was married and went with his wife to Portland for a period of three years to play in stock at the Baker Theatre. Several years on the road followed, until eventually he made his film debut in The Count of Ten (1927), for Universal. Author of The Broadway Melody, and The Shannons of Broadway. Co-author of Is Zat So ?

Also Played in : Garden of Eatin’

(Pathe), Fair Ways and Foul (Path6), Beyond Victory (Pathe silent), Hey Man (Pathe), Oh Yeah (Pathe), Swellhead (Tiffany), Puttin’ on the Ritz (U.A.), Dumbbells in Ermine (Warner), The Matrimonial Bed (Warner), Big Money (Patlic), Don’t Believe It (Para), No

Brakes (Pathe), Beyond Victory (Pathe talkie version), It’s a Wise Child (M.G.M.), A Free Soul (M.G.M.), Sweepstakes (Pathe), The Big Gamble (Path6), Suicide Fleet (Radio), Fast Companions (Univ), Lady and Gent (Para), The Crooked Circle (Tiffany), Blondie of the Follies (M.G.M.), All American (Univ), Penguin Pool Mystery (Radio),

GLEASON, Lucille. Full name, Lucille Webster Gleason. B. Pasadena, Cal. Brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 6 in. Wt. 10 st. Ed. Troop School, Pasadena. M. James Gleason ; son, Russell.

Began her theatrical career in the stock company owned by the parents of James Gleason and eventually arrived on Broadway, before taking up a screen career.

Played in: Garden of Eatin’ (Pathe), Fair Ways and Foul (Pathe), Golden Rooster Comedies, Shannons on Broadway (Univ), Don’t Believe It (Univ), The Dove (Radio), Pagan Lady (Col), Nice Women (Univ).

GLEASON, Russell. B. Portland, Oregon, Feb. 6, 1908. Son of James and Lucille Gleason. Light brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 6 ft. Wt. 11 st. 1 lb. Ed. Oakland, Cal. High School; Berkeley College.

Comes of a family which for three generations has appeared on the stage. Made his first, and probably last, appearance in theatricals when throe months old, having been carried on the stage by his parents in The Heir to the Hoorah. Entered motion pictures immediately after graduating from college. Made one of his earliest screen appearances in The Shady Lady (Pathe, 1929).

Also Played in : The Flying Fool

(Pathe), The Sophomore (Pathe), Strange Cargo (Pathe), Seven Faces (Fox), Beyond Victory (Pathe), Officer O’Brien (Pathe), All Quiet on the Western Front (Univ), Sisters (Col), Laugh and Get Rich (R.K.O.-Radio), Homicide Squad (Univ), Nice Women (Univ), Lost Men (Univ.), Strange Case of Clara Deane (Para).

G01VIBELL (pronounced Gawmbel) Minna. B. Baltimore, Maryland. Blonde hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 4 in. Wt. 8 st. 8 lb. Ed. private schools, Baltimore ; Western Highland Bard Avon Finishing School, Baltimore.

Following many appearances on the stage, with leading men such as Walter Huston, Otis Skinner, and Ernest Freud, entered motion pictures, Dec. 23, 1930,

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with Fox, and has made a rapid rise to starring parts.

Played in: Doctors Wives

(Fox), Bad Girl (Fox), Skyline (Fox), Sob Sister (Fox), The Dance Team (Fox), Good Sport (Fox), The Rainbow Trail (Fox), Stepping Sisters (Fox), After. To-morrow (Fox), Blonde Reporter (Fox), Cureless Lady (Fox), Bachelor’s Affair (Fox), The First Year (Fox), Walking Down Broadway (Fox), Wild Girl (Fox).

GOODNER, Carol. B. New York, U.S.A., 1915.

Achieved her first success as Catherine Rogers in The Great Gatsby, on the New York stage, 1926. London stage debut, 1927, in The Butter and Egg Man. Screen debut The Ringer (B.L., 1931).

Also Played in : Flying Squad (F.L.), There Goes the Bride (B.L.).

GOODRICH, Louis. Real name, Abbot Anderson. B. Royal Military College, Sandhurst. Son of Major-General Abbot Anderson. Fid. Oxford Military College. M. Beatrice K. Huggins.

Had tried his hand at many careers before finally settling down to the stage. Was at different times land surveyor in the Colonies, a farmer in British Columbia, and a tea planter in Ceylon. Made his first professional appearance on the stage in 1892, at Worthing. Talkie debut, Fascination (B.I.P., 1932).

Also Played in : The Flag Lieutenant (B. & D.).

GORDON, C. Henry. B. New York City. Ed. New York; Neuchatel, Switzerland. Dark hair, brown eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 11 in. Wt. 11 st. 11 lb.

Stage debut in New York in Experience. Later appeared with Mary Duncan, Ina Claire, Florence Reed, Fredric March and Walter Huston. One of his earliest films was A Devil With Women (Fox).

Also Played in : Renegades (Fox),

Once a Sinner (Fox), Hush Money (Fox), Mata ILari (M.G.M.), Honour of the Family (F.N.), Scarface (U.A.), The Doomed Battalion (Univ), Cray Caballero (Fox), Cardigan's Last Case (Radio), Strange. Love of Molly Louvain (F.N.), Miss Pinkerton (F.N..), The Roar of the Dragon (Radio), The Jewel Robbery (Warner), Mad Masquerade (M.G.M.), Crooked Circle (Tiffany), Thirteen Women .(Radio), Hell’s Highway (Radio), Kongo (M.G.M.), Revolt (Warner), Rasputin (M.G.M.).

GOTT, Barbara. B. Stirling, Scotland.

Black hair, dark grey eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 5 in.

Well known on the London stage as a character actress. Was given her first screen opportunity by Welsh-Pearson in The Little People (1927).

Also Played in : Not Quite a Lady (B.I.F.), A Sister To Assist ’Er (Gau), At the Villa Rose (Twickenham), Lord Richard in the Pantry (Twickenham), Downhill (Gains), Compromising Daphne (B.I.P.), The Sport of Kings (Gains), The Flying Fool (B.I.P.), The Professional Guest (Fox), Water Gypsies (A.R.P.), Night Work (Twickenham), A Safe Proposition (Fox-Brit).

GOUDAL, Jetta. B. Versailles, France, July 18, 1898. Browm hair and eyes, lit. 5 ft. 7 in. Wt. 9 st. 2 lb. Ed. Versailles ; Liege, Belgium.

Travelled extensively all over Europe in stock companies and later in the United States. Began her screen career with Pathe, one of her earliest parts being in Forbidden Woman, 1927. •

Also Played in : Fighting Love (Pathe), The Bright Shawl (F.N.), While Gold (Pathe), Lady of Die Night (U.A.), Business and Pleasure (Fox).

GRAHAME, Margot. B. Canterbury, Feb. 20, 1911. Blonde hair, green eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 4^ in. Wt. 8 st. 9 lb. Ed. at Ladies' College, Durban, South Africa. Was dining at the B.I.P. studio restaurant when seen by Harry Lachman, and engaged for The Love Habit (B.I.P., 193°)- Was given a test and eventually a contract with B.I.P.

Also Played in : Rookery Nook

(B. & D.), Uneasy Virtue (B.I.P.),

Glamour (B.I.P.), Creeping Shadows (B.I.P.), The Rosary (Twickenham), Illegal (W.B.-F.N.), Innocents of Chicago (B.I.P.), Stamboul (Para-Brit), The Letter of Warning (W.B.-F.N.), Postal Orders (W.B.-F.N.), Yes, Mr. Brown (B. & D.).

GRAN, Albert. B. Bergen, Norway. Ed. Hamburg and Leipzig.

During a long and varied screen career has played with First National, M.G.M., Fox, Paramount, Pathe and Universal.

Played in : Children of Divorce (Para), Soft Cushions (Para), Breakfast at Sunrise (F.N.), We Americans (Univ), Glad Rag Doll (W'arner), Gold Diggers of Broadway (Warner), One Adventurous Night (F.N.), Tanned Legs (Radio), The Dry Martini (Fox), Four Sons (Fox), ^Iothcr Knows Best (Fox), Our Modern Maidens (M.G.M.), My Past (Warner), Toast of the Legion (F.N.), The Busybody (Para),

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Geraldine (Pathe), Graustark (F.N.), Seventh Heaven (Fox), Little Accident (Univ), Follow Through (Para), The Brat (Fox), Beauty Pa>lour (Chesterfield), Rockabye (Radio).

GRANSTEDT, Greta. B. Malmo, Sweden. Blonde hair, green eyes. Ht.

5 ft. 1 in. Wt. 7 st. 2 lb. Ed. Kansas and San Francisco, Cal.

Following a successful career on the stage, during which she had played prominent parts in numerous productions, made her screen debut in 1926 with a part in Excess Baggage for M.G.M.

Also Played in : Behind Closed Doors (Col), Mexicali Rose (Col), Eric the Great (Univ), College Love (Univ), Girl Troubles (Univ), Enibarrassing Moment (Univ), Close Harmony (Para), The Faithful (F.N.), Sunny Skies (Tiffany), Street Scene (U.A.), Murder in the Penthouse (Tiffany), Unwanted (Col), Manhattan Parade (F.N.), Caught Short (M.G.M.), The Deceiver (Col), After To-morrow (Fox), They Never Come Back (Tec-Art), The Secret Witness (Col), Night World (Univ), McKenna of the Mounted (Col),

GRANT, Cary. B. Bristol, England. Brown-grey hair, blue eyes. Ht.

6 ft. 1 in. Wt. 11 st. 11 lb. Ed. Fairfield Academy, England.

Ran away from home at the age of fifteen and joined Bob Pender’s troupe of knockabout comedians. Has toured extensively in this country and in America. Is полу a long-term contract holder лл-ith Paramount.

Played in : This Is the Night (Para), Sinners in the Sun (Para), Blonde Venus

(Para), Merrily We Go To -/ (Para),

The Devil and the Deep (Para), Hot Saturday (Para).

GRANT, Lawrence. B. England. Grey hair, hazel eyes. Ht. 6 ft. Wt. 12 st.

7 lb. Ed Balsham Manor, Cambs. M. Iphigenia Hay.

Following many appearances on the English and American stage, лл-as given the Kaiser’s part in To Hell With the Kaiser (M.G.M., 1918). Signed M.G.M. contract, 1920, and after а луЫ1е, went back to the stage, returning to motion pictures in 1925, since лл-hen he has abandoned the theatre altogether. Is now a long-term contract holder with M.G.M.

Also Played in : His House (M.G.M.), A Chorus Girl's Romance (Metro), Grand Duchess and the Waiter (Para), Serenade (Para), Gentleman of Paris (Para), Doomsday (Para), Red Hair (Para), Woman of Moscow (Para), Something Always

Happens (Para), The Case of Lena Smith (Para), Hold 'Em Jail (Radio), Bulldog Drummond (U.A.), Is Everybody Happy? (Warner), The Exalted Flapper (Fox), Their Mad Moment (Fox), Unholy Garden (U.A.), White Man (M.G.M.), Forbidden Adventure (Para), Shanghai Express (Para), Daughter of the Dragon (Para), Man About Town (Fox), Jewel Robbery (F.N.), Speak Easily (M.G.M.), After Divorce (M.G.M.), Tinfoil (M.G.M.), Mask of Fa Mancha (M.G.M.).

GRAVES, Ralph. B. Cleveland, Ohio, Jan. 23, 1900. Brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 6 ft. 2 ip. Wt. 12 st. 7 lb. Ed. East High School. M. (1) Marjorie Seaman, 1921 ; she d. 1923 ; (2) Virginia Goodivin, 1928.

Made his film debut луШл the old Es-sanay Company. Has since лл-orked for Griffith, Sennett, M.G.M., and Columbia.

Also Played in : Smilin’ Guns (Univ). The Eternal Woman (Col), Yolanda (M.G.), Submarine (Col), The Flying Fleet (M.G.M.), Song of Love (Col), Ladies of Leisure (Coll, Dirigible (Col), A Dangerous Affair (Col), When a Fellow Needs a Friend (M.G.M.), Impossible Lover (M.G.M.).

GRAY, Lawrence. B. San Francisco, Cal., July 28, 1898. Вголлт hair, green eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 10 in. Wt. 11 st. 6 lb. Ed. ЕолуеП High School, San Francisco.

Has been associated лл-ith motion pictures, not only as actor, but also as production superintendent for Famous-Players-Lasky. Has played opposite Hol^vood’s most celebrated actresses, including Gloria Злл-апэоп, Marion Davies, Colleen Moore, Betty Bronson, Olive Bordon, Madge Bellamy, Eleanor Board-man, Lois Moran, E\-elyn Brent, Dorothy Sebastian, Billie Dove and the Duncan Sisters.

Played in : It’s a Great Life (M.G.M.), Trent’s Last Case (Fox), The Gay Nineties (M.G.M.), Going Wild (F.N.), Spring Is Here (F.N.), Sunny (F.N,), Mother’s Millions (Univ), Man of the World (Para).

GREEN, Harry. В. Келу York City, April 1, 1892. Black hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 7¾ in. Wt. 12 st. 6 1b. Ed. Келу York University.

Toured England, South Africa and Australia, fol^ving many successful stage appearances in Ыелу York. Going to Hollyлvood from S. Africa for a holiday луаэ signed up by Paramount, for лу1ют he appeared soon after in Why Bring That Up ? (1929).

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Also Played in : Close Harmony

(Para), Man I Love (Para), The Busybody (Para), Paramount On Parade (Para), Be Yourself (U.A.), Honey (Para), True to the Navy (Para), Light of Western Stars (Para), Spoilers (Para), Sea Legs (Para), No Limit (Para), Marry Me (Gains).

GREEN, Mitzi. B. New York City, Oct. 22, 1920. P. Joe Keno and Rosie Green, professionals. Brown hair, hazel eyes. Ht. 4 ft. 10 in. Wt. 6 st. 6 lb.

At the age of six was already being billed all over the United States as a clever child mimic. Two years later Paramount secured her on contract. Film debut, Marriage Playground (1929).

Also Played in : Honey (Para),

Paramount on Parade (Para), Love Among the Millionaires (Para), Santa Fe Trail (Para), Tom Sawyer (Para), Finn and Hattie (Para), Skippy (Para), Dude Ranch (Para), Huckleberry Finn (Paral, Forbidden Adventure (Para), Girl Crazy (Radio), Little Orphan Annie (Radio).

GREENWOOD, Charlotte. B. Philadelphia, Pa., June 25. Blonde hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 9¾ in. Wt. 10 st. Ed. public school Boston; Norfolk.

Was at first discouraged from going on the stage owing to her height, but, persevering, she eventually made a name for herself as an eccentric acrobatic dancer. Following many successful stage appearances, she began to make silent films in 191S, one of which was called Jane. Re-entered pictures in 192S and was featured in The Passing Show and a series of Warner Bros. Letty Comedies, including So Long Letty, Linger Longer Letty, Let Her Go Letty, Letty Pepper.

Also Played in : Baby Mine (M.G.M.), Stepping Out (M.G.M.), The Rite Revue, She Couldn’t Say No (Warner), The Man in Possession (M.G.M.), Palmy Days (Col), Happy Landing (M.G.M.), Romeo in Pyjamas (M.G.M.), Cheaters at Play (Fox).

GREET, Clare. B. June 14, 1S71. Ed. privately at Leamington; Girls’ College, Brighton.

Stage debut with Ben Greet (no relation) in 1S91. Played numerous parts in Shakespearean plays. After many years on the stage, where she became tremendously popular, turned her attention to the screen, making one of her earliest appearances for B.I.P. in The Ring (1927).

Also Played in :

(B.I.P.), Should a Doctor Tell? (B.L.), Lord Babs (B.L.), Many Waters (B.I.P.), White Face (Gains-B.L.), Sign of Four (A.R.P.), Case of Lady Camber (B.I.P.).

GREVILLE, Vanda. B. 1908. Red hair, blue eyes. INI. Edmund Greville. Owing to the fluency with which she speaks English, French, German and Spanish, is very much in demand for films made in more than one language. After playing in crowds and small parts in Britain, was discovered by a French producer in a Paris restaurant and given a prominent part in The End of the World, which took over twelve months to produce. It was Rend Clair’s film, Le Million, however, which brought her to her present popularity.

Also Played in : Gentleman of Paris (Gau-Brit), Potiphars Wife (B.I.P.), Le Bal, Suicide Train, Ebb Tide (Para-Brit), Le Million (Tobis).

GREY, Anne. Real name, Aileen Ewing B. London, 1907. Brown hair and eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 5 in. Ed. Lausanne, King’s College, London.

Began life as a journalist, but, on being seen by a film agent, was given a small part (192S). This encouraged her to abandon journalism and to devote the whole of her time to the screen.

Played in : Cross Roads (Para-

Brit), School for Scandal (Albion), Guilt (Fogwell), Other People’s Sins (Assoc. Pic Pro), The Happy Ending (Gau-Brit), The Nipper (Betty Balfour Pictures, Ltd.), The JMan at Six (B.I.P.), No. 17 (.B.I.P.), The Faithful Heart (Gains), The Calendar (B.L.), The Squeaker (B.L.), Lily Christine (Para-Brit), The Old Man (B.L.), Murder at Covent Garden (Twickenham), Leap Year (Plays, Ltd.), Arms and the Man (B.I.P.), The Blarney Stone (B. & D.), Priscilla the Rake (Sound City).

GREY, Shirley. B. Connecticut.

Finding life dull in a country parsonage she decided on a stage career. Was playing in an Oakland, Cal., stock company when she heard that Goldwyn was making tests for new players. Being unable to miss her evening performance, she hired a plane which enabled her to make a test in Hollywood and to return for her 8.30 cue. Probably owes her present success to this sort of enterprise.

Played in : One Man Law (Col), The Public Defender (Radio), Texas Cyclone (Col), Air Eagles (Darmour), Secret Service' (Radio), Fighting Tornado (Col), MacKenna of the Alounties (Col), Get That Girl (Talmadge), Drifting Souls (Tower), Back Street (Univ),

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Long Loop Laramie (Col), Hurricane Express (Mascot), Sundown Rider (Col), Virtue (Col).



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