Actress, Ann Dvorak, was born Anna McKim on Aug 2, 1911 in New York City, NY. Dvorak died at the age of 68 on Dec 10, 1979 in Honolulu, HI .
HONORS and AWARDS:.
She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.
Crooner (1932): Still Crushing onBy FlickChick on Mar 17, 2019 From A Person in the Dark
I caught up with a nifty little pre-code called "Crooner" on TCM the other day. Because I am pretty mad for the pre-code era of , I checked it out and have to admit, it was quite fun (if you're not expecting too much). "Crooner" is just a Warner Brothers quickie (clocking in at 67 min... Read full article
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Book Look! : Hollywood's Forgotten Rebel by Christina RiceBy Vanessa Buttino on Aug 18, 2014 From Stardust
Book Look! : Hollywood's Forgotten Rebel by Christina Rice Let me confess something to you: although I love reading, when it comes to making my way through a book, I'm a bit of a slow mover. I like to take my time exploring the book's setting and understanding each and every charac... Read full article
: Hollywood’s Forgotten Rebel (2)By Angela on Nov 19, 2013 From Hollywood Revue
Fans of pre-code cinema are no strangers to the name .? Her electrifying performances in movies like Scarface and Three on a Match helped give those movies a quality that makes them enjoyable over eighty years later.? But to other movie fans, her name probably doesn’t ring any bells.... Read full article
: Hollywood’s Forgotten Rebel (1)on Nov 18, 2013 From Journeys in Classic Film
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Marge: [referring to Callum] He's a funny one. Acts like he's got something on his mind.
Susan Ellen Younger: Whatever it is, it isn't me.
Francesca 'Cesca' Camonte: You're a butcher! That's what you are! You're a butcher!
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