Queerty is better as a member
With a gay father, no wonder Spanky joined the He-Man Woman Haters Club. LOL
Poor guy…he deserves, Novarro fared not much better,murdered by hustlers in his late years…didnt realize John was in ‘the monster’ a 1925(?) silent,starring Lon Chaney..I will dust it off and watch ,much more interesting than the games
Great piece with one teensy correction. The Hays Code (named after [former Postmaster General] Will H. Hays) ruled the Hollywood roost from the mid 1930s until the 1960s-ish.
The MPAA’s standards are about as ludicrous as Hays but that’s another tale. I think even Psycho had to be approved by a (tamer, gentler) Hays Commission… but memory fades.
Johnny Arthur can be seen in “It Happened Out West” (1937) at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lL7VNjWxz0Y. Other films with Johnny Arthur are at http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0037783/videogallery.
Edward Everett Horton is remembered for his famously “fey” roles during the same time period. And, just as unremembered in many ways.
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