IT would be impossible for one to imagine that Mae Murray had been born
any place but New York City. In her exotic roles on the screen she is the
spirit of the Great White Way. To see her one would think that she had been
dancing all her life. And so she has, practically. As a child Miss Murray
took up the study of dancing and at the age of fifteen she had attracted
so much attention by her marked talent that she was selected for a place
in the Zeigfeld Follies, where she became known as the original Nell Brinkley
She left the stage for a motion picture career in New York, and later
moved to the Coast, where she was starred by Universal. During that time
she made "The Bride's Awakening," "What Am I Bid?" "The
Delicious Little Devil" and "Modern Love." About two years
ago Tiffany productions signed her with Robert Leonard to make special features
for Metro release.
Among some of the pictures that have been made are: "Peacock Alley,"
"Fascination," "Broadway Rose," "Jazzmania,"
and "The French Doll." Miss Murray is five feet two inches tall,
weighs 115 pounds, and has blonde hair and blue eyes.