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I Found Stella Parish (4-Nov-1935)

Director: Mervyn LeRoy

Writers: Casey Robinson; John Monk Saunders

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eddie Acuff
Actor
3-Jun-1903 17-Dec-1956 Mr. Beasley in Blondie
Kay Francis
Actor
13-Jan-1905 26-Aug-1968 Trouble in Paradise
Ian Hunter
Actor
13-Jun-1900 23-Sep-1975 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Walter Kingsford
Actor
20-Sep-1881 7-Feb-1958 British-American character actor
Paul Lukas
Actor
26-May-1887 15-Aug-1971 Watch on the Rhine
Barton MacLane
Actor
25-Dec-1902 1-Jan-1969 Gen. Peterson on I Dream of Jeannie
Jessie Ralph
Actor
5-Nov-1864 30-May-1944 San Francisco
Joe Sawyer
Actor
29-Aug-1906 21-Apr-1982 Character actor 1930s to 1950s

REVIEWS

Review by E.Jackson (posted on 22-Sep-2008)

I recently saw this film on TCM. I am a fan of classic, "really classic", black and white films. This story plot was typical of the 30's, representing the straight-laced morals of that time. The casting was good, and it was well acted with just enough comedy in the right places to make it fun to watch and enough suspense to make you "stay glued" to the end. This film was interesting and not as predictable of some. It was a delight to see Ms. Francis made up to look 30 years older than she actually was. And, to see Sybil Jason, the talented child actress who played her daughter(she appeared later with Shirley Temple in "The Little Princess"-1939). Ms. Francis is one of the best actresses of her time.


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