Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Mae West: William B. Davidson

One actor worked with Texas Guinan and also in two motion pictures starring MAE WEST.
• • Born in Dobbs Ferry, New York on 16 June 1888, William B. Davidson launched his cinema career playing handsome leading men in silent films with Vitagraph in 1914 when he was 26.
• • Among his credits is "Queen of the Night Clubs" [1929]; in his role as the Assistant District Attorney he is soundly lectured by the night club empress Texas Guinan.
• • Nearly six-foot-two and with a strapping build, he was memorable as Ernest Brown in "I'm No Angel" [1933].
• • Often cast as a man of authority in character roles, Davidson portrayed the sheriff in "My Little Chickadee," which co-starred Mae West and WC Fields.
• • William B. Davidson died in Santa Monica, California during the month of September — — on 28 September 1947 — — after surgery.
• • Come up and see Mae every day online: http://MaeWest.blogspot.com/
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• • Photo: • • Mae West's cast member • • Texas Guinan, William B. Davidson, 1929 • •
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