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Warner Archive: Marion Davies and Billie Dove Sparkle in Blondie of the Follies (1932)

Classic Movies Posted by KC on May 31, 2016

The stories former Ziegfeld girl Marion Davies told screenwriter Frances Marion about her time hoofing on the stage form the basis of the lively and often touching backstage film Blondie of the Follies (1932). The work of that sharp duo was further enhanced as scribe Anita Loos was hired to punch up read more

Warner Archive: Billie Dove in The Man and the Moment (1929)

Classic Movies Posted by KC on May 9, 2016

One of the most remarkable stories of film preservation is the recovery of a lost film. What a miracle it is that a piece of celluloid long thought lost is suddenly found, restored and made available to anyone who wishes to see it. That is the story of The Man and the Moment (1929), a Billie Dove an read more

New from Warner Archive: Billie Dove and Marion Davies in Early Talkies

Classic Movies Posted by KC on Oct 16, 2014

I've been enjoying checking out a few of the early talkie rarities recently released by Warner Archives. Last week I wrote about Bette Davis' breakout role in The Man Who Played God (1932). While that film helped launch an actress at the beginning of a legendary career, One Night at Susie's (1930) a read more

Billie Dove: The American Beauty

Classic Cinema Gold Posted by Art on May 14, 2011

“When you’re up there on that film, you are that person completely all the time. You think the way that person thinks, you do what that person does and you’re not acting. You’re actually living it.” - Billie Dove Billie Dove was born Lillian Bohny on May 14, 1903 i read more

Silent Film Star: Billie Dove.

Noir and Chick Flicks Posted by Dawn on Apr 7, 2011

Silent Film Star: Billie Dove(1903–1997). Was, known for her femininity on the silent screen, rivaled that of Mary Pickford, Marion Davies and Clara Bow in popularity. She retired after only a few years into the talking picture era. Please click here to view Page's myloveofoldhollywood.blog read more