A Blog For Thelma Todd
Thelma Todd was a star of silent movies and later the talkies. She is remembered as much today for her mysterious death as she is for her films. In this blog, we take a look at Thelma Todd, her movies, and various commentaries.
UNACCUSTOMED AS WE ARE ( 1929 ) with Laurel and Hardy and Thelma Todd, was one of the first talkies made by the Hal Roach studio. There was also a silent version for theaters that were not equipped for sound movies.
A better copy of a picture we had on the blog before.
From Captain Bijou on facebook:
Fay Wray was the guest of honor at a party thrown on February 2, 1936 to welcome her home after she had worked in British films. Some of the stars in attendance were (back row left to right): James Blakely, Johnny Mack Brown, Donald Woods, Basil Rathbone and Dorothy Stone. Front row (0left to right): Dolores Del Rio, Fay Wray, Jeanette MacDonald, Paula Stone, Ella Wickersham, Anita Louise, Fred Stone and Glenda Farrell.