Virginia Bruce 1929

Virginia Bruce – photos and quotes

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“I never gave a thought to the movies until my family moved here from Fargo, North Dakota, last fall. When we came here I had no thought of ever working in pictures. In fact I had very little desire to do so. I wasn’t interested. Of course, I am interested now, but the idea of being an actress doesn’t excite me a great deal.”Virginia Bruce in 1929.

 

Virginia Bruce

“I’d love to be a star, but I don’t know that I have enough ambition, or ‘artistic zeal,’ to achieve that. The main advantage, as I see it, would be money enough to buy all the clothes – and books – I want. But then, on the other hand, to have to walk in a perpetual spotlight in public, as the stars do – I wouldn’t like that.”Virginia Bruce

Source: Robbin Coons (1929)
Photographer: Eugene Robert Richee (1930)

 

Virginia Bruce goddess

“There’s hardly a thing antique in Hollywood except the silent film.”Virginia Bruce

Source: Jesse Henderson (1930)

Photographer: Eugene Robert Richee (1930)

 

Virginia Bruce“Do you think when I’m gone anyone will remember that I had awfully dreamy eyes?”Virginia Bruce

 

Jane Eyre Virginia Bruce 1934

Jane Eyre (1934)

 

When Love Is Young 1937

When Love is Young (1937). With Kent Taylor.

 

"Whew! Kinda chilly. I wonder how the nudists stand it." -- spoken by Virginia Bruce [pictured] in The Invisible Woman (1940). Pictured with her is co-star John Barrymore. (Bizarre Los Angeles)

“Whew! Kinda chilly. I wonder how the nudists stand it.” — spoken by Virginia Bruce [pictured] in The Invisible Woman (1940). Pictured with her is co-star John Barrymore.

 

 

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