Masquers Club

The Masquers Club is a private social club for actors in Los Angeles, California. It was created in 1925 by actors from New York City who had left Broadway to act in motion pictures.[1] It was similar to the Lambs Club in New York.[2] The Club produced thirteen short subjects, the most famous of which, The Stolen Jools, featured seven Oscar-winning performers. Raymond Griffith died there in 1957.

FilmographyEdit

  • Stolen by Gypsies or Beer and Bicycles (1933)
  • The Moonshiner's Daughter (1933)
  • Lost in Limehouse (1933)
  • Thru Thin and Thicket, or Who's Zoo in Africa (1933)
  • The Bride's Bereavement; or, The Snake in the Grass (1932)
  • Two Lips and Juleps; or, Southern Love and Northern Exposure (1932)
  • The Engineer's Daughter; or, Iron Minnie's Revenge (1932)
  • Rule 'Em and Weep (1932)
  • The Wide Open Spaces (1931)
  • The Great Junction Hotel (1931)
  • Oh! Oh! Cleopatra (1931)
  • Stout Hearts and Willing Hands (1931)
  • The Stolen Jools (1931)

References listEdit

  1. ^ Gregory Paul Williams. The Story of Hollywood: An Illustrated History. p. 139.
  2. ^ Tom Weaver. A Sci-Fi Swarm and Horror Horde: Interviews with 62 Filmmakers. p. 5.

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