“I must have been good at being bad. My fall from stardom was destined. I know now that a woman can’t go on playing villainous roles and be successful for long though it is different for men. But if a woman is bad, she is stamped.” – Betty Blythe (1893-1972)
The Queen of Sheba, 1921, is a lost silent film, with roughly three minutes of film existing. The epic romance between Solomon and Sheba made a star out of Betty Blythe, who wore very revealing costumes.
She (1925). With Carlyle Blackwell.