Hot Water. Written by Helena Dayton and Louise Bascom Baratt. Directed by Lucille La Verne
. Lucille La Verne Theatre: 21 Jan 1929- Feb 1929 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Florence Auer
(as "Elain Dumont"), Augusta E. Boylston (as "Mrs. Binney"), Sara Haden (as "Plumie Gusset"), John M. James (as "Barney McCosh"),...
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Did You Know?
I used to think that when I was slaving around in unknown stock companies as a child that the world was made up of blizzards, thermometers that registered a hundred in the shade, icy cold dressing rooms, lumpy iron bedsteads, fried steaks, one-night stands and salary ghosts that never walked.
Her wicked voice lending as The Queen in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
(1937) was ranked #10 on the American Film Institute's villains list of 100 years of The Greatest Heroes and Villains.