Sybil Jason


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Blue Bird, The (1940) - It's Against The Law! Opening in black & white from a Maurice Maeterlinck fantasy (thus seen as similar to the previous year’s The Wizard Of Oz), Shirley Temple and little bro Johnny Russell are woodcutters’ kids seeking a precious bird, Sybil Jason their bothersome friend, in 20th Century-Fox’s The Blue Bird, 1940.
I Found Stella Parish (1935) - Open, Norman Theater Opening credits and some framing by theater fans awaiting the star, from Warner Bros. I Found Stella Parish, 1935, starring Kay Francis, Ian Hunter and Paul Lukas, directed by Mervyn LeRoy.
I Found Stella Parish (1935) - Am I A Wonderful Actress? Title character (Kay Francis) with daughter Gloria (Sybil Jason) and confidante-servant Nana (Jessie Ralph) in domestic bliss and hiding the truth from the child, in an early scene from I Found Stella Parish, 1935.
I Found Stella Parish (1935) - Three Old Liars Finishing her performance in a fictional London play, and flush from curtain calls, the title character (Kay Francis) is confronted in the literal sense by her past, the obscured Jeffords (Barton MacLane), in a critical scene from I Found Stella Parish, 1935.
Little Princess, The (1939) - Buttons Are A Bother Bearing up at her new London school after her father's left for the Boer War, Sara (Shirley Temple) making friends with Ram Dass (Cesar Romero), Lord Wickham (Miles Mander), kindly teacher Rose (Anita Louise), and scullery girl Becky (Sybil Jason), early in Twentieth Century-Fox's The Little Princess, 1939.
Little Princess, The (1939) - Menny 'Appy Returns London boarding school birthday for Sara (Shirley Temple), plus good news from the Boer War about her wealthy father's regiment, showing gratitude to Miss Minchin (Mary Nash), Rose (Anita Louise), Bertie (Arthur Treacher) and servant Becky (Sybil Jason), in The Little Princess, 1939.

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