Miss Carousel

Howdy! My name is Haley and I reside in the Great State of Texas. I am an eclectic gal full of many interests and obsessions. I enjoy those old classic country tunes and underground country singer-songwriters. I could jazz it up at the Cocoanut Grove, tap my boots at the Grand Ole Opry, and waltz at the court of Versailles. I keenly keep up with politics and am thoroughly liberal. I am a history fanatic! If you think film history is just the beginning you’re in for a handful!

Fare-the-well,

Miss Carousel

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Cleopatra (1934)

Cleopatra (1934)

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Warren William, born Warren William Krech

(December 2, 1894 – September 24, 1948)

During the unbridled pre-Code era, Warren William could’ve gone by the epithet “King Leer.” He specialized in making ruthless, lecherous tycoons and shysters into charming antiheroes who could sustain whole films. In real life, however, he was a quiet, devoted husband whom Joan Blondell described as “an old man even when he was a young man.”

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Everyone’s favorite pre-Code badboy, Warren William, in Employees’ Entrance.

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Everyone’s favorite pre-Code badboy, Warren William, in Employees’ Entrance.