Here we go again – 86 years into the Hollywood past!
I’m not a Joan Crawford fan, but this is a nice cover.
Not only were silent films being phased out, but color was creeping into the mainstay.
Couldn’t tell you who Lawrence Tibet was, but was surprised to see Mr. Laurel and Mr. Hardy in this ad. Also, directed by Lionel Barrymore. Anyone ever seen this?
Here’s a pressing question….
Check out this young pretty-boy.
Up-to-the-minute Chaplin news.
Edwina Booth was an American actress. She is best known for the 1931 film Trader Horn, during the filming of which she contracted an illness which effectively ruined her movie career. Here be the story:
No matter how fancy the art or the ad layout… your product is still called “Spud.”
Move over, Brown Derby.
Here are some new Hollywood faces. Jack Benny (spent over 60 years in the Biz) and William Boyd (who managed to do more than just two seasons – he was Hopalong Cassidy for two decades!)
Anyone know which Chase film this is?
And finally the SECOND weirdest question in this issue:
See ya next month!