Once I got involved watching the Lone Wolf series of movies I soon found myself looking for Inspector Crane and Dickens to pop up, which they did seven times (six and half opposite Warren William)! (That’s Fred Kelsey as Dickens to the left of Warren William and Thurston Hall as Inspector Crane to our right). […]
I thought these were neat. They are quick one-line review excerpts culled from Appendix II of Ted Sennett’s 1971 book Warner Brothers Presents. This appendix actually includes reference to every Warner Bros. film reviewed by the Times and Variety from 1930 – 1949. The Times reviews are actually available in complete form through their online […]
I guess this is what happens when you’ve been dead for nearly 60 years. I’m reading a couple of books about Warner Brothers movies and stars right now, Daniel Bubbeo’s “The Women of Warner Brothers” from 2002 and the Ted Sennett’s 1971 “Warner Brothers Presents.” I’m about two-thirds of the way through each of these […]
The photo below comes from a December 9, 1934 copy of the Duluth News-Tribune that I picked up on eBay. The photo accompanies an article by Edwin Turnbladh, Hollywood Correspondent of the News-Tribune. Mrs. Warren William (Krech), formerly Helen Barbara Nelson, is described as “red-headed and practical” by The Washington Post (September 9, 1934). That […]
A detailed summary and review of the 1932 pre-code film The Mouthpiece, a courtroom drama starring Warren William, Sidney Fox, and Aline McMahon.