2 Biographical Movies |
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Billie Cassin | Lucille Le Sueur
5' 3" (1.6 m)
Did You Know?
[on filming the bath scene in The Women
(1939)] It took ten hours to shoot. The suds lasted only fifteen minutes under the hot lights. Once, the water began to leak out and the crew had to toss me a towel to clothe myself. It could have been so embarrassing.
Joan always considered The Unknown
(1927) a big turning point for her. She said it wasn't until working with Lon Chaney
in this film that she learned the difference between standing in front of a camera and acting in front of a camera. She said that was all due to Lon Chaney
and his intense concentration, and after that experience she said she worked much harder to become a better actress.
Glamorous sense of fashion