Warner Brothers creates a part for Warren William in Dr. Monica (1934) starring Kay Francis. One of Warren’s weakest roles, but not a terrible movie.
A look at The Dark Horse, a 1932 political comedy starring Warren William and Bette Davis. A fantastic start is cooled off by a wrong turn. Still strong overall.
Despite a scene to forget with The Yacht Club Boys, Stage Struck offers Warren William his best non-detective role at Warner Brothers since pre-code times. Starring Dick Powell and Joan Blondell.
A look at the character of Kurt Anderson of Employees’ Entrance, one of the defining pre-code roles of the Warren William legacy.
A look at a Warner Brothers & First National ad placed in the 1933 Film Daily Yearbook showing off their top 16 stars for the coming year.