A look at Warren William as Odds Owen in Warner Brother’s Don’t Bet on Blondes (1935) including examples of his trading barbs with Guy Kibbee’s Colonel Youngblood.
Lou Lumenick of the New York Post reports Warner Archive is bringing back the Forbidden Hollywood pre-code label. The Mind Reader is among the first six titles to release July 10.
A 1932 Hollywood Theatre program featuring The Dark Horse on the front cover. Plus Warren William on a Quaker Standee; Warren around the web and on your TV. Plus help me decide which Warren William title to write about next.
I really can’t figure out how these specific titles were selected, but I’m not going to complain about the opportunity for us to get our hands on a little more Warren William. New to the Warner Archives collection of Made to Order DVD’s are Counter-Espionage (1942) and Passport to Suez (1943), two of Warren William’s […]
Warner Archives has just released The Warren William Collection, a three movie set containing The Woman From Monte Carlo, Don’t Bet on Blondes, and Times Square Playboy.