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Oh, that face, that fabulous face. Whose is it?


georgiegirl

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Now Fred, how did you know that?

 

I spend hours going over pics, kept running over Barbara LaMarr's pic , but ruled her out because the caption read "The Girl Who Is Too Beautiful",. She didn't look "Too Beautiful" to me, although she did have a 'lazy eye'' and that was what I kept looking for,a gal with a lazy eye.

 

 

Good for you though! :)

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I found your source photos. (LOL)

 

http://forums.tcm.com/message.jspa?messageID=8568185

 

http://fan.tcm.com/_Dorothy-Dalton-as-Aphrodite-Goddess-of-Love-1921/photo/15155507/66470.html

 

http://fan.tcm.com/_Dorothy-Dalton-Aphrodite/photo/15155581/66470.html?enlarge=true

 

But IMDB doesn't list her as being a film by that title or character, either in 1921 or 22:

 

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0198272/

 

According to Wiki:

 

"Dalton's stage career included performances as Chrysis in Aphrodite by Morris Gest in 1920"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorothy_Dalton

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It wasn't Barbara, it was Dorothy, and it wasn't a movie, it was a Broadway stage play.

 

:)

 

I meant to say, Dorothy Dalton had TWO SEPARATE careers, one on stage and the other on film. :)

 

Stay tuned for further updates regarding my research on this subject.

 

See this:

http://www.ibdb.com/person.php?id=80134

 

This is apparently from the stage play of 1920, in which she played Chrysis in in the play "Aphrodite".

 

White-Aphrodite-Dorothy.Dalton.-MickeyMo

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This one has been a lot of fun.

 

I found the original photo on Google, and I said "Oh Boy!", but I clicked on the link and it brought me back to this thread. LOL

 

Google often captures photos from this message board and posts them on the internet.

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I wondered how you found the pic on the board considering it was posted a longtime ago.

 

Did not know you found it on Google of course, it must have been quite a surprise for you when you came across it. Funny how things can turn out.

 

LOL :^0

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