|Genres||Biography Drama Musical|
|Writers||William Anthony McGuire (screen play)
|Cast||Alice Faye Don Ameche Henry Fonda Edward Arnold Warren William Leo Carrillo Helen Westley Dorothy Peterson Ernest Truex Nigel Bruce Lynn Bari Claud Allister Joe Weber Lew Fields Eddie Foy Jr. Una O'Connor Joseph Cawthorn Diane Fisher Elyse Knox Joan Valerie|
|Plot||... see Lillian Russell on IMDb|
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|Her girl-next-door looks combined with a sultry singing voice made Alice Faye one of Hollywood's biggest stars in the Golden Age of Cinema. |
It's the gay 90's and headliner Lillian Russell (Alice Faye) is unstoppable! Called, "The English Ballad Singer" her beauty, charm and unforgettable voice packed playhouses everywhere. Offstage, she was equally amazing with an extravagant lifestyle that included four husbands, a jewel-studded bicycle and a wardrobe filled with furs, jewels, gowns and diamond-decorated corsets. As Russell, Faye breathes life into this glamorous icon singing old standards such as, "After the Ball" and new songs including, "Blue Love Bird." One of Faye's best dramatic roles; she stars with actors Don Ameche, Henry Fonda and Edward Arnold.
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