Schweiger. Written by Franz Werfel
. Translated by Jack Charash and William A. Drake. Directed by Jacob Ben-Ami
(also appearing as "Franz Schweiger"). Mansfield Theatre: 23 Mar 1926- Apr 1926 (closing date unknown/30 performances). Cast: Hugh Buckler
(as "Travnick"), Minnie Dupree
(as "Mrs. Stroschneider"), Edward Forbes, Ann
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5' 2" (1.57 m)
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I believe that the actress who wears her profession on her sleeve, as it were, outside of her work, is, as a rule, merely dramatizing herself. When she acts off-stage as well as on, she is wasting her talent. It is like using nectar to quench a casual thirst.
She joined the NAACP in 1934, having been disgusted by what she considered racism in her 1932 movie Prestige. In 1935, she attended a benefit in support of the group's Anti-Lynching bill.
Waist-length blonde hair