Faye Emerson Overview:

Actress, Faye Emerson, was born on Jul 8, 1917 in Elizabeth, LA. Emerson died at the age of 65 on Mar 9, 1983 in Deyva, Spain .



She was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Motion Pictures and Television.

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On DVD: and Zachary Scott in the Twisty Noir Danger Signal (1945)

By KC on Apr 4, 2018 From Classic Movies

One of my suspense genre pet peeves is the plot that requires the protagonist to miss obvious red flags and continue to plunge into danger. It’s hard to root for someone who doesn’t have a lot of common sense. Danger Signal, which recently made its DVD debut from Warner Archive, manages ... Read full article

Hotel Berlin (1945) with and Raymond Massey

By Orson De Welles on Oct 29, 2015 From Classic Film Freak

Share This! “Why can’t I get Potsdam station on the telephone?” “Maybe because it isn’t there anymore!” -Hotel Manager to Hermann Plottke (Alan Hale) With all the streaming services and MOD companies out there, it still strikes me funny some of the movies that are... Read full article

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Faye Emerson Quotes:

Irana Preveza: [to Leyden] I've known many men, but I've only been afraid of one of them... Dimitrios.

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Faye Emerson Facts
Her second husband, Elliott Roosevelt, was the son of US President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Dated Julian "Ken" Kinrich in the early '40's.

While at Warner Bros, she became close friends with Ann Sheridan who encouraged her to bleach her brunette hair blonde. She wore it pulled back and tightly wound in the back which became her trademark.

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