There is always a queen among vamps. Not long ago Theda Bara was the one, but right now the crown jewels go to Estelle Taylor. Having completed work a few months ago in the modern version of 'A Fool There Was.' B. P. Schulberg chose her for the leading part in Bertha M. Clay's old-time favourite, 'Thorns and Orange Blossoms.' 'Thorns and Orange Blossoms' is the most lavishly produced picture of the year.
Are the Vamps Coming Back? Recent Films Point in that Direction
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A Fool There Was (View more)
Emmett J. Flynn
Rudyard Kipling (poem)
Similar in plot to "The Blue Angel," this silent film tells the tale of a respectable businessman who leaves his wife and daughter for the clutches of a cold, heartbreaking female.
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