Similar roles followed, including 1939 , also 1939 , 1940 , and also 1940.
He died in an industrial explosion in in 1932.
It appears to me the above are from the same scene that appears in both films.
The World Gone Mad Majestic Pictures, 1933.
New York Publicity photo c.
Beset by a troubled childhood, broken marriages, schizophrenia, and drinking woes most likely in an attempt to self-medicate —Veronica Lake was washed-up in Hollywood too early, and with little to live on besides her fading looks.
I hope all this nudity won't be too overwhelming.
Lake's memoir, Veronica: The Autobiography of Veronica Lake, was published in 1970.