Gilda Gray


Life Events


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Piccadilly (1929) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Everyone Wants To Come Clever and impressive opening credit sequence evidently shot on location at the famous “Circus,” from British International’s Piccadilly, 1929, directed by E. A. DuPont, introducing the main set, if not yet the stars (Anna May Wong, Gilda Gray, Jameson Thomas, Cyrill Ritchard and Charles Laughton).
Piccadilly (1929) -- (Movie Clip) One Little Chinese Girl London night club impresario Victor (Cyril Ritchard) looking into why dirty plates are escaping the kitchen, inquires at the scullery where everyone is enthralled by Shosho (Anna May Wong), then explaining to star Mabel (Gilda Gray), early in the English silent Piccadilly, 1929.
Piccadilly (1929) -- (Movie Clip) A Terrific Success Big debut dancing sequence for Anna May Wong as Shosho, knocking out everybody at the club, great news for the boss Victor (Cyril Ritchard) but not so welcomed by the reigning star Mabel (Gilda Gray), in Piccadilly, 1929.
Piccadilly (1929) -- (Movie Clip) Chinese Dancing Wonder Morning after her smash London night club debut, dancer Shosho (Anna May Wong) digs into the newspapers and embarrasses her smitten friend Jim (King Ho Chang), in the British silent showbiz melodrama Piccadilly, 1929.
Rose-Marie (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Put Pep To It! Opera star Marie (Jeanette MacDonald) on a mission west to rescue her brother, robbed of her money, turns to saloon singing, encouraged by pianist Joe (James Conlin), but bested by the local favorite (Gilda Gray), "mountie" Sergeant Bruce (Nelson Eddy) getting a look, in Rose-Marie, 1936.