Appeared in "Come-on Charlie" on Broadway. Written by George V. Hobart
. From the stories by Thomas Addison
. 48th Street Theatre: 8 Apr 1919-May 1919 (closing date unknown/55 performances). Cast: Charles S. Abbe
, Maurice Barrett, Millie Butterfield, Amy Leah Dennis, W.H. Dupont, Eunice Elliott, Edwardo Flammero, Dan Kelly, Frank...
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[on her three failed marriages] About politics, I'm smart, but about men I'm stupid.
Following her divorce from Jack Dempsey
, a fan approached her for her autograph. Holding the piece of paper, the actress saw Dempsey's name scrawled near the top of it. She signed the page: "This is the last time that son-of-a-bitch is on top of me. Estelle Taylor".
Her dark beauty
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