Warner Bros. brought over Lil Dagover to be their Garbo in The Woman from Monte Carlo (1932). The movie flopped and Dagover sailed. With Walter Huston, Warren William, and John Wray.
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.
A look at the very rare 1933 General Electric promotional short Just Around the Corner, starring Warner Bros. contract players Warren William, Bette Davis, Dick Powell, Joan Blondell and Ruth Donnelly.
Warren William plays a part modeled on Dostoevsky’s Inspector Porfiry from Crime and Punishment in Alfred Zeisler’s low budget Fear (1946) from Monogram Pictures.
Warren William stars with Bette Davis in Satan Met a Lady (1936), the second film adaptation of Dashiell Hammett’s The Maltese Falcon. Background of the film and stars in the time surrounding this movie. Attempting to distance this much maligned title from the 1941 film classic.