2 Biographical Movies |
19 Print Biographies |
2 Portrayals |
1 Interview |
42 Articles |
15 Pictorials |
25 Magazine Cover Photos |
Billie Cassin | Lucille Le Sueur
5' 3" (1.6 m)
Did You Know?
[commenting on her final days at Warner Brothers] They were grooming Doris Day
to take over the top spot. [Jack L. Warner
] asked me to play her sister in one picture [Storm Warning
(1951)]. I said, "Come on, Jack. No one could ever believe that I would have Doris Day for a sister".
In the early 1930s, tired of playing fun-loving flappers, she wanted to change her image. Thin lips would not do for her; she wanted big lips. Ignoring Crawford's natural lip contours, Max Factor
ran a smear of color across her upper and lower lips; it was just what she wanted. To Max, the Crawford look, which became her trademark, was always "the smear". To the public it became known as "...
Frequently played women put through an extensive amount of suffering