Etherington-Smith, Meredith, and Jeremy Pilcher. The "It" Girls. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.
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By now her Hollywood career had begun to taper off, as her contract with Paramount expired in this year. She made only one film in the US after 1928: a talkie entitled Such Men are...
Lilly's Story was translated into German and published in Switzerland in 1952, entitled simply Lilly. This was also the title for the Danish edition which appeared in 1954. Both stories were published in an...
As soon as it was published, the book became a best-seller. Several weeks after publication, Twentieth-Century Fox bought the film rights for $75,000. Time and Newsweek published major articles in Britain on The King Must...
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The theatrical staging of the novel proved so successful that film versions soon followed: by Fox (1934), Gaumont (1935), and Warner Brothers (1943).
For the 1934 filming, Victoria Hopper , who later married Basil...
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
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