“I don’t think vamping hurts you at all, and at least it’s something you can get your teeth into. My face doesn’t permit me to play an ingenue part, so I have to choose between vamps and society parts, which give you nothing to do but stand around and wear clothes. I love the clothes, but I loathe standing around.” — Natalie Moorhead
“I never see my own pictures because I don’t want to hate myself. I was so thoroughly bad in ‘Shadow of the Law’  that even my friends disliked me. And now I have done so many of these women that I’m afraid I’m definitely typed as such. I don’t want to be; first because soon everyone will think me actually disagreeable, and then light comedy and farce are what I really enjoy.” – Natalie Moorhead on playing villain roles.
Photographer: Otto Dyar (1930)
Shadow of the Law (1930). With William Powell.