(1937-38) Radio: Regular cast member (as herself) on "The George Jessel
Show". Married to Jessel at the time, she was added to the show, which debuted in 1934, to bolster its sagging ratings. Ratings continued to slide, however, and the show was canceled at the end of the season--and with it Talmadge's hope of reviving her ...
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[on the type of roles she would like to play] Women who have some definite meaning in their lives... fire in their souls and true, wholesome romance in their hearts... not the last word in nobility, nor steeped in scarlet sins, but good enough to be real.
Another street, Norma Place in West Hollywood, California, is also named for her. The street was originally an easement road that led to the entrance of a tiny studio Norma's husband, Joseph M. Schenck
, built for her when she joined his company, First National, in 1919. The studio was used solely to produce movies made by Norma's and Constance's production companies. It was abandoned in 1926 when...