Silent Film Stars

Betty Blythe – Silver Screen Vamp

Betty Blythe

“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)

 

Betty Blythe (Bizarre Los Angeles)

“It is wonderful that women do the many things they do today, keep up with difficult professions and yet keep themselves astonishingly beautiful all the while.” — Betty Blythe

Source: Mae Beddison Benson for the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram (1922)

Photo: 1919

 

Vamp Collection: “The Queen of Sheba” (1921) Betty Blythe Framed photo paper poster

 

Photography Prints

 

Sell Art Online

 

Betty Blythe in color. (Bizarre Los Angeles)

“In my talks to the public I try to destroy this impression that is rampant about us all being bad. Why, I can’t imagine why the world should think we are all alike. The people in any community are of all kinds….We strive just as other people do.” — Betty Blythe

Source: Mae Beddison Benson for the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram (1922)

 

She Poster 1925

She (1925). With Carlyle Blackwell.

 

VAMP Collection – Betty Blythe Coffee / Tea Mug – Chu-Chin-Chow (1923) – reproduction – Old Hollywood

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