Appeared (as "Eva Hutton") in "The Fall of Eve" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by John Emerson
(also producer) and Anita Loos
. Booth Theatre: 31 Aug 1925-Oct 1925 (closing date unknown/48 performances). Cast: Albert Albertson, Alonzo Fenderson, Doris Kemper
, Claude King, Reginald Mason
(as "Larry Webb"), Diantha Pattison
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[on winning the Oscar at age 72, after more than fifty years in show business.] I can't tell you how encouraging a thing like this is. The first film that I was ever in was in 1915, and here we are, and it's 1969. Actually, I don't know why it took me so long, though I don't think, you know, that I'm backward. Anyway, thank you Bill, thank you Bob, thank you Roman and thank you Mia, and thank all...
Was excited about returning to films after 22 years with a role in "The Loved One" in 1965 and looked forward to having a movie career despite her advanced age. When her role was cut from the final release print, it was a major disappointment, but she persevered and won an Oscar three years later for "Rosemary's Baby.".