Appeared (as "Kay, Farmerette in the Land Service"; final Broadway role) in "Golden Wings" on Broadway. Drama. Written by William Jay and Guy Bolton
. Scenic Design by Watson Barratt. Directed / produced by Robert Milton
. Cort Theatre: 8 Dec 1941-12 Dec 1941 (6 performances). Cast: J.W. Austin (as "Dillon, Newspaper man"), Peter...
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Miss Fay Wray
5' 3" (1.6 m)
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[2004, on her favorite screen appearance, in The Wedding March
(1928)] I still love that film, Erich von Stroheim
was a wonderful human being, and he took a chance on me. I was only 19 when I did the screen test, but he saw something in me. After 75 years, it's still one of the happiest experiences of my life. And it was a nice part, wasn't it?
Miss Wray was originally offered the role of the elderly Rose DeWitt Bukater in Titanic
(1997), which she turned down.
The Queen of the Bs