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Warren William Quotes from 1932

Warren William returns east in 1932 for the first time since he left Broadway for Hollywood. Some quotes from NY Times coverage of the actor’s return.

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Programming Alert: The Dragon Murder Case (1934) on TCM at 9:15 am May 27

Warren William stars as Philo Vance in The Dragon Murder Case (1934) airing tomorrow, May 27 at 9:15 am EST on Turner Classic Movies (TCM).

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Programming Alert: The First Hundred Years (1938) on TCM at 1:30 pm May 21

TCM doesn’t air this one very often, The First Hundred Years airs May 21 at 1:30 pm EST as part of Robert Montgomery’s birthday celebration. Warren William featured.

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Warren William and Clark Gable tie for Hollywood’s Best Dressed – 1936

A report from the February 9, 1936 Oakland Tribune declares a tie between Warren William and Clark Gable for Hollywood’s Best Dressed Men.

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Warren William stars in Bedside (1934)

The opening paragraphs of a review of Warner Brother’s Bedside (1934) starring Warren William, Jean Muir, David Landau, and Allen Jenkins.

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New Project: NY Classic Movies Examiner

Announcing a new regular Classic Movies column on Examiner.com. A full view of the Warren William movie poster found over my shoulder in my picture there.

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Warren William on TCM June-July 2009

A look at all of the movies TCM is airing that feature actor Warren William in the early part of Summer 09. Includes a Perry Mason marathon on July 1.

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Some Dental Work from The Mind Reader (1933)

Image with complete dialogue by Warren William in the opening scene of The Mind Reader (1933) as a tooth pulling carny in action.

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Mr. October Warren William

Here’s a 1940 Movie Star Calendar that I found boxed with some other collectibles recently. To my surprise, October 1940 featured Warren William.

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Those Always Pesky Barrymore Comparisons

While playing bridge annoys screen actor Warren William the comparisons to John Barrymore do not. It’s already been happening for 12 years in 1932.

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