There was a widely held belief that young man in a wig and period costume appearing in a scene with Kay Francis in "I Found Stella Parish" was a young Errol Flynn. As reported by Rudy Behlmer in the March 1970 issue of "Films in Review" the writer and his collaborators, Clifford McCarthy and Tony Thomas concluded that the Flynn lookalike is actually Ralph Bushman (a.k.a. Francis X. Bushman Jr.) See more
You don't know what a load it is off my mind, Stella, to see you happy like this. Who would ever thought in the old days that...
Mommy, how can days get old?
Stella Parish, an alias of Elsa Jeffords, aka Aunt Lumilla Evans
What question are you going to ask next? You run along and ask Nana.
You go and ask James. He knows everything.
That's the ticket, child. You come out in the garden with me and I'll tell you a story about a day that was so old, it had a long gray beard. In fact, that day was so old, it was almost as old as Nana.
"The Pig and the Cow (and the Dog and Cat)"
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Played by Kay Francis
on the piano
Sung by Sybil Jason See more