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Dorothy Arzner Overview:

Director, Dorothy Arzner, was born on Jan 3, 1897 in San Francisco, CA. Arzner died at the age of 82 on Oct 1, 1979 in La Quinta, CA .

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She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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EARLY WOMEN FILMMAKERS BLOGATHON: and Merrily We Go to Hell (1932)

on Mar 27, 2017 From Caftan Woman

Fritzi of Movies Silently is hosting the Early Women Filmmakers Blogathon sponsored by the Flicker Alley release Early Women Filmmakers: An International Anthology. The blogathon is running from March 27th to 29th and you can click HERE for the contributions. Meet Joan Prentice (Sylvia Sidney... Read full article


EARLY WOMEN FILMMAKERS BLOGATHON: and Merrily We Go to Hell (1932)

By Caftan Woman on Mar 27, 2017 From Caftan Woman

Fritzi of Movies Silently is hosting the Early Women Filmmakers Blogathon sponsored by the Flicker Alley release Early Women Filmmakers: An International Anthology. The blogathon is running from March 27th to 29th and you can click HERE for the contributions. Meet Joan Prentice (Sylvia Sidney... Read full article


Christopher Strong (, 1933)

By Judy on Jun 21, 2013 From Movie Classics

Katharine Hepburn as Lady Cynthia Darrington Aviation movies have long held a fascination for me, but I haven’t seen many featuring female aviators ? and most of those I have seen are a disappointment. For instance, I was recently excited at the chance to see the German silent film The Ship of... Read full article


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Dorothy Arzner Facts
First woman to join the Directors Guild of America

The subject of Canadian poet/playwright RM Vaughan's 2000 play "Camera, Woman," inspired by her last film, "First Comes Courage.".

She started in the film business as a typist for director William C. de Mille, and within three years had worked her way up to screenwriter, then editor.

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