Sally Eilers Overview:

Actress, Sally Eilers, was born Dorothea Sally Eilers on Dec 11, 1908 in New York City, NY. Eilers died at the age of 69 on Jan 5, 1978 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles and was laid to rest in Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale) Cemetery in Glendale, CA.



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Pre-code on DVD: Robert Montgomery and in Made on Broadway (1933)

By KC on Aug 27, 2019 From Classic Movies

I’m delighted that Warner Archive has kept its promise to continue regularly releasing pre-code titles after the conclusion of its Forbidden Hollywood series. Its recent DVD release of Made on Broadway (1933) is definitely the kind of film that would have fit perfectly into one of those boxed ... Read full article

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Sally Eilers Quotes:

Dorothy Haley: I gotta go upstairs now. You see, my mother's dead, and my brother's boss of the house. He gets sore when I stay out late. You know, he's careful for me. But as Edna says, you can't watch a girl hard enough to keep her good if she don't want to be.

[first lines]
[Clarice's friend honks his car horn]
Clarice's Date: We'll be right out! Hurry, Clarice, the horses are frothing!
Clarice Kendall Andrews Cormack: Snap it up, Paula!
Paula Kendall: Hold still, baby.
Clarice Kendall Andrews Cormack: Well, we're going to be late.
[to her date, referring to Paula]
Clarice Kendall Andrews Cormack: She never goes to Mardi Gras.
Paula Kendall: [to Clarice's date] She squirts seltzer bottles. Watch it.

James 'Jim' Blaine: [Off camera] A penny for your thoughts.
[after a pause and then close-up]
James 'Jim' Blaine: A penny for your thoughts.
Jill Collins: [Pensively] A million dollars couldn't buy them.

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Inurned at Forest Lawn Glendale, Freedom Mausoleum, Columbarium of Understanding

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