Sybil Jason, Warner Bros.' answer to Fox's Shirley Temple in the '30s died Tuesday in Northridge, Calif., of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, according to the Washington Post...read more
The Singing Kid movie trailer - starring Al Jolson, Sybil Jason, Beverly Roberts, Edward Everett Horton, Lyle Talbot, Allen Jenkins. Directed by William Keighley. Genre: Musical
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An actress (Kay Francis) stops at nothing to protect her daughter from her shady past in I Found Stella Parish (1935), directed by Mervyn LeRoy.
With both their names on the marquee outside, impresario Stephen (Paul Lukas) settles for a date when the title character (Kay Francis) refuses his proposal, in an early scene from I Found Stella Parish, 1935.
Disguised as an older lady on board ship, title character (Kay Francis) bumps into inquisitive journalist Lockridge (Ian Hunter) who's beginning to catch the scent, in Mervyn LeRoy's I Found Stella Parish, 1935.
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In Victorian England little Sara Crewe's widowed father is sent to the Boer War. When he is reported killed the evil head mistress at her boarding school turns Sara into a servant.
In Victorian England little Sara Crewe's widowed father is sent to the Boer War. When he is reported killed the evil head mistress at her boarding school turns Sara into a servant. She suffers with dignity until her shell-shocked father returns.
After years of unemployment, John Phillips (Humphrey Bogart) finally lands a job. He's on top of the world, until he runs into James O'Malley (Pat O'Brien), a by-the-book cop so rigid he calls his loving ma a litterer for feeding the birds. O'Malley cites Phillips for a busted muffler, although he knows it will lose the man his job. Soon the desperate Phillips loses his freedom as well when he robs a pawnshop and lands in the slammer. But when O'Malley meets Phillips' crippled daughter (the Warner studio's Shirley Temple-like tot Sybil Jason), he begins to realize he should temper justice with mercy. A new man, O'Malley falls for Barbara's lovely teacher (Ann Sheridan) while he strives to undo the wrong he's done to the moppet's dad. Directed by William Dieterle (The Life of Emile Zola), this quintessential Depression-era blend of grit and sentiment marks the second of four films Bogart and O'Brien made together.
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