Larry Peerce

Began his career as a TV director and earned critical acclaim for his feature debut, "One Potato, Two Potato" (1964), shot on a budget of only $230,000. A sensitive and compelling account of an interracial marriage, the film earned star Barbara Barrie a Best Actress award at Cannes. Peerce's subsequent film work has been erratic, though he scored another hit with "Goodbye, Columbus" (1969)...

Lina Basquette

A leading actress of silent days, mostly in lavish costume melodrama, Lina Basquette saw her popularity fade in the early sound period. She also enjoyed a successful career as a stage dancer and actress, appearing with the "Ziegfeld Follies" and co-starring with Al Jolson. Probably her most famous film was Cecil B. DeMille's typically lavish and lurid "The Godless Girl" (1929), a late silent with...
Credits: Paradise Park, The Midnight Lady, Goldie, The Noose BIRTHDATE| 04/19/1907