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The Hard Boiled Maidens of 1929’s The Wild Party - Alice Adair, Shirley O’Hara, Marguerite Cramer, Clara Bow, Kay Bryant, Adrienne Dore, Jean Lorraine, Virginia Thomas, Amo Ingram and Renee Whitney
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The Hard Boiled Maidens of 1929’s The Wild Party - Alice Adair, Shirley O’Hara, Marguerite Cramer, Clara Bow, Kay Bryant, Adrienne Dore, Jean Lorraine, Virginia Thomas, Amo Ingram and Renee Whitney
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The Hard Boiled Maidens of 1929’s The Wild Party - Alice Adair, Shirley O’Hara, Marguerite Cramer, Clara Bow, Kay Bryant, Adrienne Dore, Jean Lorraine, Virginia Thomas, Amo Ingram and Renee Whitney

Orchids and Ermine (1927) - together at last, Richard Tabor (Jack Mulhall), the young millionaire, and Pink Watson (Colleen Moore), the telephone switchboard operator

Orchids and Ermine (1927) - together at last, Richard Tabor (Jack Mulhall), the young millionaire, and Pink Watson (Colleen Moore), the telephone switchboard operator

Pittsburgh’s George Westinghouse High School - The Sketch Book - January, 1926 - featuring Mary Louise Ahern, William Slayter Allen, Anna Maude Armstrong & John Dalzell Bailey, Jr

Pittsburgh’s George Westinghouse High School - The Sketch Book - January, 1926 - featuring Mary Louise Ahern, William Slayter Allen, Anna Maude Armstrong & John Dalzell Bailey, Jr

Colleen Moore in Baby Face - baby face - baby eyes - but a dog-gone dangerous gal — the kind of part you want her in
btw - Colleen never starred in a movie called Baby Face

Colleen Moore in Baby Face - baby face - baby eyes - but a dog-gone dangerous gal — the kind of part you want her in

btw - Colleen never starred in a movie called Baby Face

nineteen year old Kate Smith of the Honeymoon Lane Theater Company provides melodious syncopation as Dr O Dannenbrink of Lexington Hospital performs surgery on a patient without ether, New York, New York, October 7, 1926

nineteen year old Kate Smith of the Honeymoon Lane Theater Company provides melodious syncopation as Dr O Dannenbrink of Lexington Hospital performs surgery on a patient without ether, New York, New York, October 7, 1926