Dorothy Dale (as Natalie Schaefer)
Appeared in "These Few Ashes" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Leonard Ide
. Directed by Clifford Brooke
. Booth Theatre: 30 Oct 1928-Dec 1928 (closing date unknown/39 performances). Cast: Ellis Baker (as "Mme. de Seguin"), Goo Chong (as "Oki"), Wallis Clark
(as "John Whitney"), Henrietta Goodwin (as "Elsa von Glahn"), Ralph J.
1 Portrayal |
Natalie Schaefer | Nathalie Schafer | Natalie Shafer
5' 4" (1.63 m)
Did You Know?
[working with Joan Crawford
on Female on the Beach
(1955)] Now, Female was another story. By this time I presumed Joan and I were friends, at least colleagues, so I made a point of stopping by her trailer for cocktails and such. Now the leading man on this film was Jeff Chandler
, a terribly nice young man, very good-looking, and he and Joan were in the middle of a very steamy affair. I remember ...
Was actually a little over twelve years older than her co-star, Jim Backus when she played his wife Lovey Howell.