Monthly Archives: November 2014
“People come and go in our lives. Its very important to spend time with those around you that matter the most”..–Rudolph Valentino
Natacha Rambova is about to abandon the dramatic sketch, “The Purple Vial”
in which she has been appearing, and instead makes her debut as a dancer in
an elaborate act which will almost certainly turn out to be a divertissement at the Palace this spring.
Lewis and Gordon announce the Broadway premiere in a speaking role of Natacha Rambova (Mrs. Rudolph Valentino) in “The Purple Vial” at the Palace Theater, Monday afternoon, Feb. 8. Miss Rambova will play an exciting dramatic role In a one-act play by Andrew De Lorde. It is expected that many film celebrities will attend the initial performance.
Rudolph Valentino, screen actor who has been caught speeding before may have a jail sentence meted out when he answers a charge of speeding before Justice Marchettl next Tuesday. Valentino is charged with driving 38 miles an hour along Santa Monica Boulevard, a 20 mile limit zone. Justice Marchettl has recently declared war upon speeders and has meted out many Jail sentences.
Edward Schmidt, a local tailor, has brought suit against Norman Kerry, screen actor and friend to Rudolph Valentino for $366.36. He charges that Kerry owes him this money for four years for clothes he made for him and refuses to pay it.
“You can measure cloth by the foot but can’t measure art that way”. -Rudolph Valentino, 1923 Illustrated World Article
“She gave this reason as to why Valentino married her: “I honestly believe that Rudolph would have married then any woman with an automobile.”-Jean Acker, former wife of Rudolph Valentino
“On her second encounter with Valentino at a party: “The first question he asked was, `Do you care to dance?` I decided to sit it out with him under a California moon.”-Jean Acker, Former Wife of Rudolph Valentino