Camera Interviews No. 1 Noah Beery 1937

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    Full title reads: "Camera Interviews No. 1. Noah Beery".

    Pathe Studios, London.

    American actor, Noah Beery, famous as villain in Hollywood films of silent and early sound period, is interviewed by Miss Fleming.

    Various shots of Beery and Miss Fleming in a dressing room set. Miss Fleming is a glamorous English woman in an evening dress. She sits with a notebook on her lap. Miss Fleming asks amiable Beery questions about his early career in Vaudeville and silent films, his latest pictures ('Someone at the Door' and 'The Frog'), his radio appearances on BBC, his life in England, his house burning down and his acting son - Noah Beery Jnr.

    Beery turns interviewer and questions her about her own career "in pictures" and how much she resembles American actress, Billie Burke. C/U of Miss F. as she turns interview back to Beery. They talk about English weather. Beery invites Miss F. to dinner. Beery jokes that she won't want to be seen with him as he is so scruffy but Miss F. accepts his offer and they exit.

    Note: Miss Fleming is probably an English actress - any more information about her would be gratefully received. AH 2001.

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    01:45:35:00 / 01:48:45:00
    PT 365
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