Dorothy Burgess 

Dorothy Burgess

“It isn’t that I yearn to play so-called ‘good’ women. They are not interesting – but bad women of the gunmoll type are even less so. They are all cut from the same pattern – a gaudy costume, flashing or bedraggled make-up depending upon the exigencies of the moment, dialogue consisting mostly of wisecracks – and when you’ve played one of them, you’ve played them all. There is absolutely no excuse for them, they are unreal and unconvincing.”Dorothy Burgess 

Source: Laura Ellsworth Fitch (1934)
Photo: Ladies Must Love (1933)


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What Price Decency? (1933)


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