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Summer Under the Stars: Day 20 – Mae Clarke


Mae Clarke is the star for today! Below, you’ll find links to those participating and honoring Clarke (updated as they come in), as well as my own reviews of her work throughout the years.

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The Nitrate Diva

Vitaphone Dreamer examines Clarke’s life and career


Frankenstein (1931)

The Public Enemy (1931)

Waterloo Bridge (1931)


Kristen Lopez View All

I'm a college student getting my Master's in English, but dreams of getting an additional degree in Film. I'm a movie reviewer for several sites, but I also write classic film reviews for several other sites. I stretch myself pretty thin these days. You can usually find me at a bookstore, or a movie theater. I dream of the day when the two are combined. I base a lot of my friendships on favorite movies.

2 thoughts on “Summer Under the Stars: Day 20 – Mae Clarke Leave a comment

  1. I cannot seem to get a straight answer as to why Mae Clarke was replaced by Valerie Hobson in “The Bride of Frankenstein”? Please somebody tell me. I actually liked Mae a lot better.

    • The official story was she was in ill-health and couldn’t take on the role. I heard she didn’t want to be associated with horror. I do have to agree with you, Mae has a more distinctive personality than Hobson – though both were typecast in different genres. Thanks for reading!

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