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

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Dabb,

 

Thanks I'll look this stuff up later. I refuse to believe that Fred had the right answer. He might as well share it if he does?

 

 

 

 

 

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>I refuse to believe that Fred had the right answer. He might as well share it if he does?

 

I don't care what you believe.

 

Next time, do you want me to go ahead and name the actress and not give anyone else a chance?

 

Kidd gave a very good clue that led me right to the name.

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No hard feelings here. I mentioned she was being groomed to replace

Clara Bow. Google the colored text and it drops you right in her lap.

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>No hard feelings here. I mentioned she was being groomed to replace Clara Bow. Google the colored text and it drops you right in her lap.

 

That's exactly what I did, and up popped her name at the top of the Google list.

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Fred,

 

Well, stop skipping around and give us the answer. This has been going on long enough. Apparently, nobody on Nitrateville, Golden Silents, or Golden Age Of Hollywood has the slightest idea who she could be?

 

Do you know who my Tomboy is too? I expected it to be difficult because the actress looks very different in the still from what one is used to seeing her. The film she is shown in costume for is from 1922 or 1923. I have forgotten for sure.

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> {quote:title=gagman66 wrote: ..}{quote}Do you know who my Tomboy is too? I expected it to be difficult..

The tomboy is Bessie Love - the little Chinese girl

 

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And now for something completely different: The Larch.... The Larch.


Mr. McGuire: I just want to say one word to you. Just one word.

Benjamin: Yes, sir.

Mr. McGuire: Are you listening?

Benjamin: Yes, I am.

Mr. McGuire: Decaf.

:P

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This guy was out of the closet in the 1930's - his career was

put in the closet by MGM because of it. Besides acting, he

actually was a interior designer. He never returned to film and

instead started a successful interior design business with his life

partner and was supported by friends in Hollywood.


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Dabb,

 

Yes, you even got the movie. Impressive! Did I miss something? That's to many clues. William Haines. Would know him at first glance and don't need any of those hints.

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Congrats on your win Fred !

 

 

 

 

 

As usual, you proved to be smarter then the rest of us ! ;)

 

- twink

 

 

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Alright :) William Haines. Nice one, gagman. No, I was just making
sure somebody would latch onto something there and have an easier
time of it this time around. I just got lucky with Bessie (no pun intended).

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>As usual, you proved to be smarter then the rest of us !

 

I'd rather that you not say that. I'm not smarter. However, I am kind, generous, and lovable. :)

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Another Ziegfeld Follies girl and early sound actress, passed on,

sadly, due to alcoholism in 1948.


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Dabb,

 

Sure looks like someone that I mentioned briefly earlier. I'd be surprised if it were anyone else. But the actress I am thinking of made some Silents. Starting in 1927. Maybe earlier.

 

 

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Yay! The clues worked :^0

 

This is Mary Eaton. Nice going, scrutney! :) She had a brief film career, no

silents, appearing in two important early talkies: The Cocoanuts (1929)

with the Marx Brothers (in which she reprised her role from the Broadway

version) and Glorifying the American Girl (1929).

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OK, here is one I have been saving because I thought that it would be much to easy. Probably will be. We'll see what happens.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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*"Young and Lovely"*

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