Edward G. Robinson is A Good Guy, Bogie Plays the Gangster, and Joan Blondell Gets a Chance at Stardom. From 1936, it’s Bullets or Ballots.
Lana Turner Can Dance, Becomes a Superstar, Elopes at Age 19, and Joan Blondell is a Good Sport. From 1940, it’s Two Girls on Broadway.
Joan Blondell is a Bombshell, Puts Her Family First, Turns Down Clark Gable, and Is The Most Underrated Actress in Hollywood.