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Blondie of the Follies (1932) -reviewed by George

The story of two girls, neighbors in New York’s East Side tenements, is more soap opera than show business tale, but it rises above the script because of the actresses playing the two young women. 336 more words

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The Red Mill (1927)

  • Directed by Fatty Arbuckle (under the name William Goodrich, post-scandal).
  • Adapted by Frances Marion.
  • Tina (Marion Davies), a Dutch barmaid, works at a tavern called the Red Mill.
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1920s

Cinema Ritrovato 2017 - review - THE PATSY (King Vidor, 1928, USA)

Based on a comedy by Barry Conners, The Patsy is a side-splitting Cinderella story, which carries an unmistakable feeling of late-twenties cool. It revolves around its lead character, Pat (Marion Davies), an awkward teenager who falls in love with her sister’s handsome beau (Orville Caldwell). 282 more words

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SUMMER UNDER THE STARS: MARION DAVIES

The silent film star has 13 films on tap today plus a world premiere restoration of 1922’s When Knighthood was in Flower.

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