Gaynor appeared in such films as "The Midnight Kiss" and "The Return of Peter Grimm" (both 1926), before becoming a full-fledged star as a street urchin in "Seventh Heaven" and a threatened farm wife in "Sunrise" (both 1927). She won the Best Actress award at the first Oscar ceremony, on May 16, 1929, for her combined work on those films and "Stree...
1968 Hollywood: The Selznick Years
1968 Selznick Years
1959 Hedda Hopper's Hollywood
1950 Lux Video Theater
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