Appeared (as "Elizabeth Gerard") in "Nice Women" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by William A. Grew. Directed by W.B. Friedlander. Longacre Theatre: 10 Jun 1929-Aug 1929 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Cast: George Barbier
, Edward Broadley
, Hope Drown, Albert Hayes, Helen Joy, Lottie Linthicum, Warren McCollum, Verree
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I'd be the girl of the gangster... then the sister who was bringing up the gangster... then the mother of the gangster... and they always had me ironing somebody's shirt.
Seeing herself as a screaming witness in her first film Thru Different Eyes
(1929) made her scream in the audience and cancel her Fox contract.
The Saddest Eyes in Hollywood