I Found Stella Parish (1935) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Mervyn LeRoy and produced by Harry Joe Brown.
I Found Stella Parish (1935)on Nov 18, 2015 From Journeys in Classic Film
I found…that Kay Francis is an acquired taste. Predominately known as a pre-Code clotheshorse my experience prior to this consisted of watching her in Trouble in Paradise (1932) where she plays the straight man to the wacky antics of Herbert Marshall and Miriam Hopkins. I Found Stella Parish w... Read full article
Warner Archive: Kay Francis in I Found Stella Parish (1935) and Confession (1937)By KC on Sep 9, 2015 From Classic Movies
Image There is no movie genre that makes me ugly cry more profusely than the maternal sacrifice melodrama. Perhaps Barbara Stanwyck has played the most famous of these mothers in Stella Dallas (1937), where she stood in the rain, an outcast, looking through the window at her daughter's wedding, e... Read full article
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Keith Lockridge: Nothing's like anyone till after they've done it.
Nana: You don't know what a load it is off my mind, Stella, to see you happy like this. Who would ever thought in the old days that...
Gloria Parish: Mommy, how can days get old?
Stella Parish, an alias of Elsa Jeffords, aka Aunt Lumilla Evans: What question are you going to ask next? You run along and ask Nana.
Gloria Parish: Nana...
Nana: You go and ask James. He knows everything.
James: That's the ticket, child. You come out in the garden with me and I'll tell you a story about a day that was so old, it had a long gray beard. In fact, that day was so old, it was almost as old as Nana.
Stella Parish, an alias of Elsa Jeffords, aka Aunt Lumilla Evans: We Americans are a fun-loving people; we pay most anything just to look at a freak. That's what I am now--a freak--a headline. I'm hot stuff. The public will eat me up, and I'll make 'em pay for it.
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