Hollywood actress of the 1930s, fascinating for its beauty and today
In the 1930s, Hollywood has become for millions of people a real dream factory. Indeed, in the difficult period of the Great Depression, the movie was the only entertainment that is currently able to afford many. The audience took their seats in the beautiful and spacious cinemas with the first frame films were immersed in a wonderful world, forgetting about their problems.
Hollywood star instantly became a role model. Women sought to make her hair or sew a dress, like a favorite actress. A man bought a spectacular card on which were depicted popular film star. Of course, the ideal image of a screen is a whole film crew. But without talent and personal charm to captivate the hearts of millions impossible.
We offer you 20 pictures of magnificent artists of those years.
Judith Barrett (1909-2000)
Star Screen, who starred in the lead female roles from the late 20s and early 40s. Another creative pseudonym of Judith - Dover Nancy (Nancy Dover).
Priscilla Lane (1915-1995)
The younger of the sisters Lane, popular in the 1930s, American actress, Priscilla made a good career in the movies. But in the 1042-m married, then acting career Lane came to an end.
Alice White (1904-1983)
The debut of the actress with French and Italian roots took place in 1927. In the next two decades, the actress starred in dozens of paintings, but gradually her career came to naught, and she returned to the secretary.
Ida Lupino (1918-1995)
British and American actress. Aida became one of the first women directors in film history.
Francis Drake (1912-2000)
Starting his career dancer, Francis quickly moved to the cinema, where he continued to act successfully in the period from 1933-1942. In February 1939 Drake married Lieutenant Arthur Cecil John Howard, and soon retired from the screen.
Edna Callahan (1912-2007)
Popular Hollywood actress of the 1930s.
Thelma Todd (1906-1935)
Beauty contest winner, Thelma got into a great movie. He played mainly supporting roles, appearing at the same time more than a hundred films. Thelma has successfully moved from silent to talkies, reaching great popularity in the early 1930s with a series of comedy films.
On the morning of December 16, 1935 the body of Thelma Todd was found in her own car. Death was caused due to carbon monoxide poisoning. It was rumored that the actress was killed by a New York mobster Lucky Luciano, because she refused to meet him. Also at the hearing was the story that her ex-husband Pat DiSikko involved in her death.
Victoria Winton (1912-1980)
Actress, became widely known in the period of 1932-1940 years.
Gail Patrick (1911-1980)
While studying at the university took part in the national selection for the "Paramount Pictures" studio, which eventually led her to the movies. Her debut was in 1933, and this success has made it to the end of the decade, due to the roles of femme fatales, intrigantok and villains in opposition to the main characters. In 1948, after the third marriage, Patrick left the shooting in a movie. In 1957, together with her husband Cornwell Jackson he became the producer of the popular TV series "Perry Mason", released in theaters on 1966.
Alice Faye (1915-1998)
Actress and singer Alice Fey made her debut on Broadway in 1931, and three years later came to the movies, when her musical was filmed. This was followed by successful new role in the movie, where Fay acted not only as an actress but as a singer. Her career continued to thrive until 1944 when, after a conflict with the leadership, she left with "Fox" studio. After 1945, Fei not acted in film for 17 years, will only appear on screen in 1962 in a small role in the movie "State Fair".
Rochelle Hudson (1916-1972)
The famous American actress who has actively acted in films from 1930 to 1960. career peaked in the midst of the Great Depression. Thrice married.
Sari Maritza (1910-1987)
The British actress, who starred in popular films in the early 30s. Trying to make a career in Hollywood, do not publish it did not take enough heat. actress career ended after her marriage in 1934, the year.
Fay Wray (1907-2004)
He started acting in movies in 1919, the year. The peak of her career was marked by the performance of the role of Ann Darrow in "King Kong" (1933), which made it one of the iconic characters in the history of mass movie, "Kong girl." I ceased to act in films in 1942 when she married screenwriter Robert Riskin. After Riskin's death in 1955, some time back in the movie, but finally broke up with film career in 1958.
Karen Morley (1909-2003)
The beginning of an acting career with theater Pasadena, once having achieved considerable success, having played roles in "Mata Hari" (1931), "Scarface" (1932) and other paintings "MGM". In 1934 he left the studio, and became less star in the lead roles. Her career finally collapsed in the late 1940s, when, due to his involvement in the Communist Party USA landed in the "Hollywood Blacklist". Later, Karen Morley returned to her acting career until the mid-1970s, playing several small roles on television.
Juliette Compton (1899-1989)
She began her career in the silent film era. She danced in the show "Madness Zegfilda". He was shot first in Britain and then in the United States. The most famous sound film with her participation was the picture of "The woman of the family of the Hamiltons' (1941).
Bess Ehrhardt (1916-1975)
Bess starred in musicals and dramas, and was known for his ability to skate, including roller. The most famous films with her participation was "madness Ice" (1939) about the life of the skaters.
Amo Ingram (1909 - 1983)
Talented actress and dancer, Amo appeared in films since the late 20's to early 40's, but mostly her battered small roles chorus girls. She never married, and lived the rest of days in Santa Monica, California.
Began his career in the 20s, he starred Patricia Royal until the end of the 30's.
Muriel Endzhelus (1909-2004)
Nee tartan Endzhelus Muriel began her stage career in London, where he became famous for his strong and beautiful voice. After moving to the US actress went on their way to the movies and starred in the mass of paintings, the most significant of which became "The light went out" (1939), "The Great McGinty" (1940). He left the world of cinema in the late 40's after marriage.
Joan Blondell (1906-1979)
During the Great Depression Joan he was one of the highest paid actresses in the United States. Starting with the '40s began to appear not so often, and mostly in supporting roles. But it was nominated for "Oscar" in 1951 and continued career as an actress until the end of life.