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A Woman of Affairs - Silent drama released December 15, 1928. 91 minutes. Directed by Clarence Brown
and starring Greta Garbo, John Gilbert, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Dorothy Sebastian and Lewis Stone and was
based on a 1924 play The Green Hat by Michael Arlen. The title and names of the characters were changed as
to not ire the censors since the original was considered a bit scandalous in its day. This film had a budget of
$383,000.00 and grossed $1,370,000 worldwide.



Adoree, Renee - 1898-1933. Friend of Dorothy and fellow MGM featured player. Renee and Dorothy were
both in: 'On Ze Blvd' and 'The Show'. Dorothy gave her the nickname "Froggie" Sadly Renee died of
Tuberculoses in 1933 at the age of 35 before she could make a screen comeback .



Adventurer - Silent western (aka The Gallant Gringo) released July 14, 1928, 5 reels. Starring Tim McCoy,
Dorothy Sebastian, Charles Delaney and Gayne Whitman.



Advertisements - Some different items Dorothy advertised or lent her name to.



Allez Oop - Film short released May 25, 1934. 21 minutes. Directed by Buster Keaton and Charles Lamont,  
starring Buster Keaton, Dorothy Sebastian, George J. Lewis,  Harry Myers and The Flying Escalantes. The
story was written by Ernie Pagano and George Adamson and inspired by the song "The Daring Young Man on
the Flying Trapeze".



Among The Living - Horror, suspense noir released December 12, 1941.  67 minutes. Directed by Stuart
Heisler, starring Albert Dekker, Susan Hayward, Harry Carey, Frances Farmer and Dorothy Sebastian had a
minor part with dialogue.



Apollo Theatre - Theatre located on 223 W. 42nd Street, New York City that originally opened in 1910 as the
Bryant and then was acquired by the Selwyn brothers in 1920, rebuilt and renamed The Apollo. The original
building has been demolished.



Arizona Kid - Western released September 29, 1939. 61 minutes. Directed by Joseph Kane, starring Roy
Rogers, George 'Gabby' Hayes, Sally March, Stuart Hamblen and Dorothy Sebastian.



Arizona Wildcat - Western released November 20, 1927. 50 minutes. Directed by R. William Neill, written
by Adela Rogers St. Johns, starring Tom Mix, Tony, Dorothy Sebastian, Cissy Fitzgerald, Monte Collins Jr.
and Ben Bard. One scene, a particularly suspenseful waterfall rescue was filmed at the Falls of the Crags in San
Gregorie Gorge in the Santa Monica Mountains.
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