Welcome to Kay Francis’ Life & Career…
|The online resource for Kay Francis…|
|Welcome! This site initially debuted on January 1, 2010, and continues today for providing a tribute to Kay Francis, one of the most popular, and highest paid, stars of the 1930s…|
[Site has been under major renovation!]
December 5, 2014
It’s all about It’s a Date tonight!
I’m such a horrible webmaster sometimes! I was putting off watching this movie again because I knew the next time I watched it I would HAVE to get a review of it together for the site. Well, it’s most likely I haven’t seen this one since 2009, when I was preparing this website for it’s January 2010 launch.
After watching it this evening, I enjoyed it tremendously. I’ve been rewatching a lot of Kay’s movies lately, but this one really impressed me. I knew it was one of Kay’s better freelance works, but, again, I wasn’t watching it because I knew I would have to review it and I finally have.
Besides the review, I added six photos to a gallery. I added six lobby cards, and I added a bunch of cool advertising items for both domestic and foreign releases.
December 4, 2014
OK So I’ve been fixing a bunch of stuff on the site. So again, please be patient. I completely updated the Biography and sourced all the information that needed sourcing to make it a little more credible.
Under Photos, I added a page for Kay Francis Artwork. (Big thanks to Scott O’Brien.)
For the films:
Added two foreign posters for Another Dawn (1937)
Added a photo to Confession (1937)
Added a movie poster for Secrets of An Actress (1938)
Added a poster and two photos for Women Are Like That (1938)
Added a photo and lobby card for In Name Only (1939)
I watched Women Are Like That and Comet Over Broadway a week ago. I found the first disappointing but I found the latter so bad it was hysterically good!