A review of Times Square Playboy (1936), which pits the Main Street ideals of Pig Head Bancroft (Gene Lockhart) against the Wall Street lifestyle of his old friend Vic Arnold (Warren William). Based on the George M. Cohan play The Home Towners.
10 Questions with John Stangeland, author of Warren William: Magnificent Scoundrel of Pre-Code Hollywood
10 questions with John Stangeland, author of Warren William: Magnificent Scoundrel of Pre-Code Hollywood previews many facets of William’s life and career to be covered more extensively inside Stangeland’s book.
Warren William stars in Upperworld (1934) but Ginger Rogers steals the show
Far from perfect but nevertheless a good time, Upperworld stars Warren William, who gives a fine account of himself, but features Ginger Rogers who steals the show.
Warren William refuses I Found Stella Parish (1935)
Warren William refused the role played by Paul Lukas in Warner Brothers I Found Stella Parish going on suspension instead. A look at some potential motivations.
Why Warren William Is Often Top-Billed Star
Warren William is often top-billed, even in films such as Lady for a Day or Gold Diggers of 1933 when you wouldn’t necessarily expect him to be. Here’s why.