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Actor, Lowell Sherman, was born on Oct 11, 1888 in San Francisco, CA. Sherman died at the age of 46 on Dec 28, 1934 in Hollywood, CA and was laid to rest in Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale) Cemetery in Glendale, CA.



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She Done Him Wrong (1933, )

on Nov 2, 2012 From The Stop Button

With her cane and big goofy hat, it’s hard not to think of Lon Chaney in Phantom of the Opera when Mae West breaks out into her first song in She Done Him Wrong. While West wrote the film’s source, a play, it seems like the film would play better as a silent. Her acting “style” doesn’t lend well to ... Read full article

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Lowell Sherman Quotes:

Wayne Carter: Well, suppose it isn't any of the people in our set.
Herbert 'Herb' Carraway: You don't think it would be an ordinary man? Like a grocery clerk or a vacuum cleaner salesman?
Wayne Carter: No, no--Agatha might commit a sin, but she'd never commit a faux pas.

Mary Evans: Why do you drink all the time? Can't you cut the heavy swilling?
Maximillan 'Max' Carey: What, and be bored all the time?

Wayne Carter: What time does your train leave?
Janet: 10:26.
Wayne Carter: Two minutes--it can't be done.
Janet: Oh, please, please--please make him go faster!
Wayne Carter: [patting her hand] Now, be reasonable--
Janet: [throwing off his hand] I knew I should have taken a taxi.
Wayne Carter: I'd act the same way in a taxi.

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Lowell Sherman was, for a time, brother-in-law to John Barrymore with whom he starred in General Crack (1930). Sherman was married to Helene Costello. Her sister, Dolores Costello, was married to John Barrymore.

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