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BOYD, William (Stage). Brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. io£ in. M. Clara Joel; div. 1931.

Long before the talkies brought him to the screen, he had already established himself as a successful American stage actor. Film debut in The Locked Door (U.A., 1930).

Also Played in : Gun Smoke (Para), City Streets (Para), Derelict (Para), The Gang Buster (Para), Murder by the Clock (Para).

BRADDELL, Maurice. B. Singapore, Nov. 23. Son of the late Sir Thomas de Multon Braddell. Brown hair, grey eyes. Ht. 6ft. iin. Wt. 11st. Ed. Charterhouse; Oriel College Oxford. Was intended for the Bar, but before very much progress had been made in this direction became engrossed in playwriting and has since had several of his plays produced at Folkestone Town Hall. Studied at the Academy of Dramatic Art in London, then'made his stage debut as an actor in The Charm School. This was followed by a visit to America in Miss Stella Patrick Campbell’s Repertory Company. Went to Hollywood and scored heavily as a petrol pump assistant. Returning to* England he assisted in the production of The Battles of Coronet and Falkland Islands (New Era, 1927). English film debut, A Window in Piccadilly (Sidney Morgan, 1929).

Also Played in : Dawn (Wilcox), Not Quite a Lady (B.I.P.), Latin Quarter (Societe des Films “ Sofar ” 1930), The


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Wolves (B. & D.), School for Scandal (Para-Brit), Master and Man (Phonofilms), Her Reputation (Para-Brit), Men of To-morrow (London Film Pro.).

BRAITHWAITE, Lilian. B. Ramsgate, Mar. 9. Dark brown hair, grey-green eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 6 in. Wt. 9 st. 4 lb. Ed. Croydon and Hampstead High Schools; Dresden. M. Gerald Lawrence; dissolved; 1 daughter, Joyce Carey. Gained her first theatrical experience in England with amateur companies. Proved so successful that she decided to pursue the advice of friends and adopt a stage career. First professional appearance in South Africa in The Merchant of Venice, 1897. Screen debut. The World’s Desire, 1915.

Also Played in : The Climax, Because, Downhill (Gains), Carnival (B. & D.), Man of Mayfair (Para-Brit), Chinese Puzzle (Twickenham).

BRANTFORD, Micky. B. Brixton, March 26, 1912. Dark hair, dark eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 8 ins.

Film debut, as a baby in 1915, in The Man the Army Made.

Also Played in : Mare Nostrum

(RexTngram), Triumph of the Rat (Gains), This Freedom (Ideal), Downhill (Gains), The Rolling Road (Gains), Carry On, Dawn (B. & D-), Sexton Blake (Brit

Filmcraft), Burgomaster of Stilemonde (Brit Filmcraft), Tesha (Burlington), Suspense (B.I.P.), The New Hotel (P.D.C.), A Yell of the Night (U.A.-Brit).

BREESE, Edmund. B. June 5, 1871, Brooklyn, New York. Grey hair, blue eyes. M. (1) Genevieve Landry ; div. ; (2) Harriet A. Beach.

A veteran of the American stage. Began playing in film productions some years ago, among his earliest being The Walls of Jericho (Fox), and The Shooting of Dan McGrew (M.G.M., 1924).

Also Played in ; The Spell of the Yukon (Metro), The Song of the Wage Slave (Metro), The Early Bird (East Coast), Stepping Along (F.N.), Woman Handled (Para), Paradise for Two (Para), Tol’able David (Col), Kismet (F.N.), Playboy of Paris (Para), Mother’s Millions (Univ), Millie (Radio), The Last Parade (Col), Defenders of the Law (Continental), Young Sinners (Fox), The Good Bad Girl (Col), On Trial (Warner), Platinum Blonde (Col), Morals for Women (Tiffany), All Quiet on the Western Front (Univ), Bad Girl (Fox), Mata Han (M.G.M.), The Honourable Mr. Wong (Warner),

Public Defender (Radio), Torchy Turns the Trick (Educ), The Reckoning (Peerless), Son of Mine (Mono), Torchy’s Night Cap (Educ), Drifting Souls (Tower), Love Bound (Peerless), Chinatown After Dark (Mayfair), Cabin in the Cotton (Warner), Torchy’s Vocation (Educ), Hurricane Express (Mascot), Alias Mary Smith (Mayfair), Golden West (Fox).

BRENDEL, El. Real name Elmer G.

Brendel. B. Philadelphia, Pa., March,

25, 1898. Ht. 5 ft. 9 in. Wt. 11 st. 11 lb.

Ed. Central High School, Philadelphia ;

University of Pennsly vania. M. Flo


He appeared with his wife after long experience on the stage in a number of musical shows, including Cinderella On Broadway, Spice of 1922, and Passing Shows. Film debut 1926 with Famous Players. Among his earliest films are College Flirt (Para), and The Man of the Forest (Para). Returned to the stage in 1927, and continued there until 1929, when he was brought back to Hollywood to play a comedy part in The Cock-Eyed World (Fox, 1929).

Also Played in ; You Never Know Women (Para), Too Many Crooks (Para), Wings (Para), Sunny Side Up (Fox), Big Trail (Fox), Happy Days (Fox), Hot For Paris (Fox), The Golden Calf (Fox), Movietone Follies of 1930 (Fox), Just Imagine ! (Fox), Mr. Lemon of Orange (Fox), The Spider (Fox), West of Broadway (M.G.M.), Delicious (Fox), Disorderly Conduct (Fox), Women of All Nations (Fox), Six Cylinder Love (Fox), What Price Glory {Vo's), Cross Pull (Fox), Jubilo (Fox).

BRENT, Evelyn. B. Tampa Fla, Oct.

20, 1899. Brown hair and eyes. Ht.

5 ft. 4 in. Wt. 8 st. Ed. Normal

Training School, New York City.

M. Harry Edwards, Nov. 14, 1928.

While still attending school Evelyn Brent was tempted to join a band of schoolgirls going on a visit to Fort Lee Studios. She there attracted the attention of a producer, and this chance meeting eventually led to her playing small parts. Her real success, however, began on the stage in London, where she remained for four years. Returned to Hollywood and was signed up by F.B.O. to appear in fourteen crook melodramas. Her first big part in a film was in The Law Divine, produced by Stoll.

Played in: Sonia (Ideal), Jade Cup (Radio), Smooth As Satin (Radio),Flame of the Argentine (Radio), Underworld (Para),

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Beau Sabreur (Para), The Last Command (Para), Night of Mystery (Para), His Tiger Lady (Para), The Drag Net (Para), The Mating Call (Para), Interference (Para), Darkened Rooms (Para), Fast Company (Para), Why Bring That Up? (Para), Madonna of the Streets (Col), Pagan Lady (Col), The Mad Parade (Para), Woman Trap (Para), Slightly Scarlet (Para), Broadway (Univ), Paramount on Parade (Para), Framed (Radio), The Silver Horde (Radio), Travelling Husbands (Radio), High Pressure (Warner), Attorney For the Defence (Col).

BRENT, George. Born Dublin March 3, 1904. Dark hair, hazel eyes. Ht. 6 ft. 1 in. M Ruth Chatterton, Aug., 1932. Following his splendid performance in So Big (Warner, 1932) opposite Barbara Stanwyck, was given a contract by Warner Bros., and a leading role with Ruth Chatterton. A few months later he married Ruth Chatterton, twenty-four hours after she obtained a divorce from Ralph Forbes, Aug., 1932.

Also Played in : Lost Alan (Univ), Miss Pinkerton (Warner), Working Wives (Warner), Rick Are Always With Us (Warner), The Purchase Price (Warner), The Crash (Warner), The Way of Life (Warner).

BREON, Edmund. Real name: McLaverty. B. Hamilton, Scotland, Dec., 1SS2. Light brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. S in, Wt. 12 st. 2 lb. Ed. Mostyn House; United Services College.

Following a long and successful stage career, made his entry into motion pictures, playing first in America and later in England. First British film venture was with Tom Walls in On Approval (B. & D., 1931). Has since returned to America.

Also Played in : The Dawn Patrol

(F.N.), Born to Love (Pathe), The Love Habit (B.I.P.), Uneasy Virtue (B.I.P.), On Approval (B. & D.)> I Like Your Nerve (F.N.), Wedding Rehearsal (London Film Pro) Women Who Play (Para-Brit).

BRIAN, Mary. B. Dallas, Texas, Feb. 17, 1908. Dark hair, hazel eyes.

Ht. 5 ft. 2 in. Wt. 7 st. 7 lb. Ed. in Dallas, Texas.

Probably owes her success to the admiring friend who one day entered her name in a Personality Contest which she won. This attracted the attention of Albert Kaufman, manager of the Metro

politan Theatre, in Los Angeles. He introduced her to Herbert Brenon, who, in turn gave her the part of Wendy, in Peter Pan (Para, 1925).

Also Played in : The Air Mail (Para), The Little French Girl (Para), Street of Forgotten Men (Para), A Regular Fellow (Para), The Enchanted Hill (Para), Behind the Front (Para), Beau Geste (Para), Knockout Riley (Para), Running Wild (Para), Shanghai Bound (Para), Manpower (Para), Two Flaming Youths (Para), Under the Tonto Rim (Para), The Big Killing (Para), Forgotten Faces (Para) Varsity (Para), Someone to Love (Para), The Man I Love (Para), River of Romance (Para), The Marriage Playground (Para), The Virginian (Para), Burning Up (Para), The Busybody (Para), The Light of Western Stars (Para), Only Saps Work (Para), Royal Family of Broadway (Para), Gun Smoke (Para), Waiting For the Bride (Radio), Border Legion (Para), Only the Brave (Para), Paramount on Parade (Para), The Social Lion (Para), Front Page (Col), Lost Men (Univ), It’s Tough to be Famous (F.N.), Blessed Event (F.N.)

BRICE, Fanny. Real name, Fanny Borach. B. New York City, Oct. 29, 1891. Ed. Newark, N.J. M. (1) Nicky Arnstein; div. ; (2) William Rose,

song-writer, Feb. 1929.

Was a revue star after a successful career on Broadway, during which she appeared in productions of Irving Berlin, Florenz Ziegfeld, and David Belasco. Film debut, 1928, in My Man (Warner).

Also Played in : The Man from

Blankley’s (U.A.), Be Yourself (U.A.).

BRISSON, Carl. Full name, Carl Brisson Petersen. B. Copenhagen, Dec. 24, 1897. Brown hair, dark-grey eyes. Ht. 6 ft. 1 in.

Began life as a boxer but turned to the stage in Denmark in 1916, appearing in a dancing turn with his sister. Toured Europe in cabaret turns and revues. Later came to London in 1922 and played in musical comedy, notably the revival of The Merry Widow. In 1928 he won a starring contract with B.I.P.

Played in : The Ring (B.I.P.),

The Manxman (B.I.P.), The American Prisoner (B.I.P.), Song of Soho (B.I.P.), Knowing Men (Elinor Glyn production for Para).

BRITTON, Florence.

Following some experience of the stage,

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was given her first screen opportunity with Ronald Colman in The Devil to Pay (U.A., 1931).

Also Played in : Chances (F.N.), Her Dilemma (Para), The Murdock Affair (Chesterfield), We Three (F.N.), Strange Case of Clara Deane (Para), Merrily We Go To -/ (Para), Arrowsmith (U.A.).

BRODY, Estelle. B. Aug. 15, 1904, in Montreal. Black hair, hazel eyes. Ht. 5 ft. in. Wt. 7 st. 10 lb. Ed. Montreal, New York, and London. Originally a dancer. Achieved her first big success in the musical comedy The Blue Kitten, London, in 1925. In the same year she made her British film debut in White Heat, produced by Thomas Bentley.

Also Played in : Mademoiselle from Armentieres (Gau.), H indie Wakes (Elvey), Flight Commander (Gau.), Glad Eye (Gau.), Sailors Don’t Care (Gau.), This Marriage Business (Gau.), Mademoiselle Parley T'00 (Gau.), Week End Wives (B.I.P.), Kitty (Burlington), The Plaything (B.I.P.).

BRONSON, Betty. B. Newark, N.J., 1910. Chestnut hair, green eyes. Ht. 5 ft. Wt. 7 st. Ed. East Orange, New Jersey; Pasadena, Cal. ; New York City. M. Ludwig Luerehaus, March 16, 1932.

Was chosen by Sir James Barrie to play the name part in the screen version of Peter Pan (Para, 1925). She thus made her screen debut without any stage experience.

Also Played in : Are Parents People? (Para), The Golden Princess (Para), Ritzy (Para), A Kiss for Cinderella (Para), Companionate Marriage (F.N.), A Modem Sappho (Gotham), The Bellamy Trial (M.G.M.), The Locked Door (U.A.), One Stolen Night (Warner), The Singing Fool (Warner), Sonny Boy (Warner), The Medicine Man (Tiffany), Ben Hur (M.G.M.), Paradise for Two (Para), The Little French Girl (Para), The Cat's Pyjamas (Para), Midnight Patrol (Mono).

BROOK, Clive. B. London, June 1, 1891. Brown hair, grey eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 11 in. Wt. 11 st. 6 lb. Ed. Dulwich College. M. Mildred Evelyn (English stage actress), Oct. 2, 1920; son, Clive, junior ; dau., Faith Evelyn. Achieved success first on the London stage. This was followed by appearances in British films produced by Graham Cutts. Went to America in 1924 to play in Christine of the Hungry Heart (F.N. Also Played in : Woman to Woman

(Cutts), Christie Johnstone (Broadwest), Daniel Deronda (Master-Brit. Films), Kissing Cup’s Race (Broadwest), Sonia (Ideal), This Freedom (Ideal), Declassi (F.N.) Woman Hater (Warner), The Home Maker (Univ), Pleasure Buyers (Warner), Seven Sinners (Warner), Compromise (Warner), Three Faces East (Warner), - When Love Grows Cold (Radio), Why Girls Go Back Home (Warner), You Never Know Women (Para), For Alimony Only (Pathe), The Popular Sin (Para), Barbed Wire (Para) Afraid to Love (Para), The Underworld (Para), Hula (Para), Devil Dancer (U.A.) French Dressing (F.N.), Midnight Madness (Pathe), Yellow Lily (F.N.), Perfect Crime (Radio), Heliotrope (Para), Interference (Para), Four Feathers (Para), Dangerous Woman (Para), Charming Sinners (Para), Sherlock Holmes (Para), Laughing Lady (Para), Slightly Scarlet (Para), Sweethearts and Wives (F.N.), Anybody’s Woman (Para), East Lynne (Fox), Tarnished Lady (Para), The Lawyer’s Secret (Para), Scandal Sheet (Para), Silence (Para), Twenty-Four Hours (Para), Husband’s Holiday (Para), Shanghai Express (Para), The Hours Between (Para), Man From Yesterday (Para), Night of June 13th (Para), Sherlock Holmes (New ]rersion), (Fox) Cavalcade ^Fox).

BROOKS, Louise. B. Wichita, Kan., 1900. Black hair, brown eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 2 in. Wt. 8 st. 8 lb. M. Eddie Sutherland ; div. 1928.

Formerly a Ziegfeld Follies dancer. Also appeared in George White’s Scandals. Danced at Cafe de Paris, London. Began her screen career in The American Venus (Para, 1926).

Also Played in : A Girl in Every Port (Fox), Now We’re in the Air (Para), The City Gone Wild (Para), Rolled Stockings (Para), Beggars of Life (Para), The Canary Murder Case (Para), Too Many Women (Warner), Windy Riley Goes] to Hollywood (Educ), It Pays to Advertise (Para).

BROPHY, Edward (Eddie). B. New York City, Feb. 27, 1S95. Brown hair, grey eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 5 in. Wt. 11 st. 8 lb. Ed. University of Virginia ; Hamilton Institute.. New York City. Made his first screen appearance in 1919 with Norma Talmadge in Yes or No (F.N.).

Also Played in: Camera Ma«(M.G.M). Free and Easy (M.G.M.), Three French Girls (M.G.M.), Within the Law (M.G.M.), Dough Boys (M.G.M.), Forward March (M.G.M.), Our Blushing Brides (M.G.M.), Spite Marriage (M.G.M.), The Champ (M.G.M.), A Dangerous Affair (Col), Speak

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Easily (M.G.M.), Freaks (M.G.M. not shown in Britain).

BROUGH, Mary. B. London, April 16, 1863. White hair, blue eyes. Ed. Clapham High School.

Recognized as the perfect interpreter of Cockney characters, Mary Brough has a long list of successes behind her. Screen debut in Beauty ancl the Barge.

Also Played in : Amazing Quest of Mr. Ernest Bliss (Hepworth), Squibs (Welsh-Pearson), The Only Way (F N.), A Sister to Assist 'Er (Gau), London Pride (London), Enchantment (London), Dawn (Wilcox), Lily of the Alley (Hepworth), His Grace Gives Notice (Stoll), Mr. Pickwick (Stoll), Rookery Nook (B. & D.), Plunder (B & D.), On Approval (B. & D.), Tons of Money (B. & D.), Chance of a Night-time (B. & D.), A Night Like This (B. & D.), Thark (B. & D.).

BROWN, Joe E. B. Holgate, Ohio, July 28, 1892. Dark brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. in. Wt. 10 st. 9 lb. Ed. New York. M. Kathryn Frances McGraw; three children, Joe

E., June, 1918. Don, 1920. Mary Elizabeth Ann, 1930.

At nine years of age began to display his talent in a circus. From this he went on to be professional baseball player, then returned to acting on the stage. Screen debut 1928, in a small part in Crooks Can’t Win (Radio).

Also Played in : Hit of the Show

(Radio), The Circus Kid (Radio), Take Ale Home (Univ) Reputation (Univ), Top-speed (F.N.), Going Wild (F.N.), Molly and Me (Tiffany), My Lady’s Past (Tiffany), Painted Faces (Tiffany), The Lottery Bride (U.A.), On With the Show (Warner), Maybe It’s Love (Warner), Song of the West (Warner), Hold Everything (Warner), Don’t Be Jealous, Sally (F.N.), Broadminded (F.N.), Local Boy Makes Good (F.N.), Fireman Save My Child (F.N.), The Tenderfoot (F.N.), You Said A Mouthful (F.N.).

BROWN, Johnny Mack. B. Dothan, Ala., Sept. 1, 1904. Black hair, brown eyes. Ht. 6 ft. Wt. 11 st. 11 lb. Ed. Dothan public school; University of Alabama.

Amateur plays gave him his first taste of the fascination of acting, and on leaving school tried first the stage and then the screen. Has appeared in such pictures as The Bugle Call (M.G.M., 1927) and The Varsity Girl (M.G.M., 1927).

Also Played in : Our Dancing

Daughters (M.G.M.), The Little Angel

(M.G.M.), A Woman of Affairs (M.G.M.), Hurricane (Col), Lady of Chance (M.G.M.), The Single Standard (M.G M.), Coquette (U.A.), Montana Aloon (M.G.M.), Under Tow (Univ), The Great Meadow (M.G.M.), Billy the Kid (M.G.M.), Secret Si;r (M.G.M.), The Last Flight (F.N.), Tosca of the Rio Grande (Univ), Flames (Mono), Vanishing Frontier (Para), Seventy Thousand Witnesses (Para).

BROWN, Том. B. New York City, Jan. 16, 1913.

Was carried on the stage at the age of six months, and has been acting—intermittently—ever since. In the days of silent pictures he appeared with Lionel Barrymore in The Wrongdoers (1925), also in That Old Gang of Mine. Made his talkie debut in The Lady Lies (Para,


Also Played in : Queen High (Para), The Famous Ferguson Case (F.N.), Fast Companions (Univ), Sons of the Legion (Univ), Tom Brown of Culver (Univ), Hell's Highway (R.K.O.).

BRUCE, Nigel. B. London, Sept. 4, 1895. Son of Sir William Waller Bruce, Bt. Ed. The Grange, Stevenage ; Abingdon, Berks. M. Violet Campbell; 2 daughters.

Served as a private during the Great War. Wounded and invalided out of service, 1915. Stage debut, 1920, in Why Marry ? Played one of his earliest film parts in The Squeaker (B.L., 1930).

Also Played in : The Calendar

(Gains-B.L.), Red Aces (B.L.), Escape (A.T.P.), Fourth Wall, The Case of Lady Camber (B.I.P.).

BRUCE, Tony. B. Dundee, 1909.

Was a sub-lieutenant in the Navy. While undergoing a gunnery course at Whale Island, Anthony Asquith offered him the part of one of the two young officers in Tell England (B.I.F., 1931). Is now devoting his whole time to motion-pictures.

Also Played in : The Windjammer

(B.I.F.), Mr. Bill the Conqueror (B.I.P.), Brother Alfred (B.I.P.), Lucky Girl (B.I.P.), Diamond Cut Diamond (Eric Hakim), Men of To-Morrow (London Film Pro).

BRUCE, Virginia. B. Minneapolis. Blonde hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 4 in. M. John Gilbert, Aug., 1932.

Went to Los Angeles to enrol as a student at the University of California, but was tempted to try her luck in motion

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pictures and became an instant success. After a very short period in the crowds, was given a prominent part in Why Bring That Up? (Para, 1929).. Attracted no little attention while playing in Downstairs (M.G.M., 1932), by saying “ Yes ” to John Gilbert, opposite whom she was playing at the time.

Also Played in : Love Parade (Para), Safety in Numbers (Para), Winner Take All (Warner), The Miracle Man (Para), Sky Bride (Para), Kongo (M.G.M.).

BUCHANAN, Jack. B. Glasgow, April

2, 1891. Dark hair and eyes. Ht. 6 ft.

2 in. Wt. 11st. 6 lb.

Made his stage debut in 1912 in The Grass Widow. Appeared in many early British films, the last before his departure for America being Tony, produced by Maude, for B.I.P. 1929. Has since returned to London, where he has appeared in more films for B. & D. He himself directed Yes, Mr. Brown (1932).

Also Played in : Paris (F.N.), Monte Carlo (Para), Man of Mayfair (Para-Brit) Good-night Vienna (B. & D.), Yes, Mr. Brown (B. & D.).

BURGESS, Dorothy. B. March 4, 1907,

in Los Angeles, Cal. Brown hair, dark

brown eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 2 in.

Made her first screen appearance in In Old Arizona (Fox, 1929).

Also Played in : Pleasure Crazed

(Fox), Protection (Fox), Song of Kentucky (Fox), Beyond Victory (Pathe), Swing High (Patlm), Recaptured Love (Warner), Lasca of the Rio Grande (Univ), Taxi Please (F.N.), Cleopatra (Pathe), Play Girl (Warner), Taxi (Warner), The Stoker (Tec-Art), Out of Singapore (Goldsmith).

BUSCH, Mae. B. Melbourne, Australia.

Jan. 20, 1897. Black hair, grey eyes.

Ht. 5 ft. 4 in. Wt. 8 st. S lb. M.

(1) Francis MacDonald; div. 1922;

(2) John Cassell; div. 1929.

After living for a while in Tahiti, made her way to America, and there appeared on the stage for the first time in The Great Success. Screen debut with the old Keystone Co. Her first leading role was in Foolish Wives (Univ, 1923).

Also Played in : Fazil (Fox), The

Unholy Three (M.G.M.), The Miracle of Life, Fools of Fashion (Tiffany), Tongues of Scandal (Sterling), The Truthful Sex (Col), Name the Man (Goldwyn), Time the Comedian (M.G.M.), Bride of the Night, The Christian (Goldwyn), Shooting of Dan McGrew (M.G.), Beauty Shoppers (Tiffany), Man's Man (M.G.M.), Sisters of Eve (Rayart), Perfect Alibi (U.A.), Young

Desire (Univ), Come Clean (M.G.M.), Rider of Death Valley (Univ), The Man Called Back (Tiffany).

BUSHELL, Anthony. B. Westerham, Kent, May 19, 1904. Light brown hair blue eyes. Ht. 6 ft. Wt. 10 st. 10 lb. Ed. Magdalen College School ; Hertford College, Oxford. M. Zelina O’Neal. Is said to owe his first opportunity in films to George Arliss, who made a special request for his presence in the cast of Disraeli (Warner, 1929). Had previously appeared on the stage with Gladys Cooper in London and Jeanne Eagels in New York.

Also Played in : The Flirting Widow (F.N.), Journey’s End (Tiffany), Expensive Women (Warner), Woman Commands (Radio), Shop Angel (Pathe), Three Faces East (Warner), Born to Love (Pathe), Chances (F.N.), Dangerous Ground (Butchers), Five Star Final (F.N.), Vanity Fair (Allied), Silver Greyhound (W.B.-

F.N.), Sally Bishop (B.L.),

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