Mini Tribute: Mae Clarke

Born August 16, 1910, Actress Mae Clarke!

Grapefruit anyone??? 🙂

All kidding aside, actress Mae Clarke appeared in over 115 roles. She is probably best remembered as Henry Frankenstein’s (Colin Clive’s) fiancee, Elizabeth, in the 1931 classic, Frankenstein, and as poor Kitty, who unfortunately gets a grapefruit smashed into her face by ‘boyfriend’ Tom Powers (James Cagney) in The Public Enemy!

Mae Clarke and Boris Karloff in FrankensteinMae Clarke with Boris Karloff in Frankenstein (James Whale director)

Mae Clarke with James Cagney in The Public Enemy (William A. Wellman director)

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