Rafaela Ottiano


Rafaela Ottiano

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The Devil Doll - Scene Stills
Here are a few scene stills from MGM's The Devil Doll (1936), starring Lionel Barrymore and directed by Tod Browning.

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Long Voyage Home, The (1940) - The Land's Through With Me West-Indian island girls on board to party, Yank (Ward Bond) indulging, as sage Cocky (Barry Fitzgerald) and sullen Smitty (Ian Hunter) muse together, early in John Ford's The Long Voyage Home, 1940, adapted from four Eugene O'Neill plays.
Mandalay (1934) - You Can Laugh At Them Tanya (Kay Francis), having been traded by her boyfriend to the Rangoon brothel run by "The Countess" (Rafaela Ottiano), agrees to make the best of it, director Michael Curtiz then offering a fulsome, if compressed, rendering of her descent, in Warner Bros.' pre-code Mandalay, 1934.
Curly Top (1935) - I Can Recite Morgan (John Boles), a trustee of the orphanage who’s suddenly much richer after an inheritance, has asked for an interview with troublesome inmate Elizabeth (Shirley Temple), laying on the charm, early in Twentieth Century-Fox’s Curly Top, 1935.
Curly Top (1935) - Animal Crackers Shirley Temple as Elizabeth, nick-named “Curly Top,” her sister (Rochelle Hudson) at the piano, performs the movie’s hit tune (by Ray Henderson, Ted Koehler and Irving Caesar) for the kids at the orphanage, the trustees (led by mean Etienne Girardot) intruding, early in Curly Top, 1935.
Grand Hotel (1932) - All The Best People Opening scene introducing many from the all-but unprecedented line-up of MGM stars, Jean Hersholt, Lionel Barrymore, Wallace Beery, John Barrymore, at the fictional hotel in Berlin, Garbo, Crawford and others yet to come, in Irving Thalberg's hit all-star experiment Grand Hotel, 1932.
Devil-Doll, The (1936) - She'll Be Perfect Lavond (Lionel Barrymore) awakens to discover the true nature of experiments by Marcel (Henry B. Walthall) and spooky wife Malita (Rafaela Ottiano) in Tod Browning's The Devil-Doll, 1936.
Grand Hotel (1932) - I Want To Be Alone... The dancer Grusinskaya (Greta Garbo, uttering the line she would never escape) wants to be alone, not realizing that the thieving Baron (John Barrymore) is with her all along, in this famous scene from director Edmund Goulding's Grand Hotel, 1932.
Crime And Punishment (1935) - Contemplating Life Raskolnikov (Peter Lorre), seeing his writing praised but not himself, evades his landlady (Rafaela Ottiano) and meets pal Dmitri (Robert Allen) in Josef von Sternberg's treatment of Dostoyevsky's Crime And Punishment, 1935.

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