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A photographic interview with the actress as she sips champagne.

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A stunning picture of the well-known actress in the drinking song which made such a hit in "Papa's Wife." The figure is shown in bust view, making the head very large and giving a clear view of the facial expressions of the beautiful artiste. Written by AMB Picture Catalogue (1902)

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May 1901 (USA)  »

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A copy of this film survives at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. See more »

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Followed by Anna Held (1901) See more »

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7 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

There were apparently two brief clips of Anna Held sipping champagne in her role from "Papa's Bride": a full length portrait and this one, showing her face, shoulders and, of course, the glass of champagne.

If Miss Held is remembered, it is as a character in the 1936 movie, THE GREAT ZIEGFELD, in which she was supposed to be Ziegfeld's first wife. That was an invention of the Production Code era; she was his mistress. The rather brief role was essayed by Luise Rainer, who won an Oscar for it.

Miss Held's performance is vivacious in this short; despite the bad pun given the champagne, I have little hesitation in calling it "bubbly." The use of the close-up by cameraman Frederick Armitage is very effective and demonstrates the cinematic utility of the shot.


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