Clara Bow’s seventh movie wasBlack Oxena silent fantasy/romantic drama produced during October 1923 and released on December 29, 1923 in San Francisco.
Black Oxen starred Corrine Griffith and Conway Tearle. Corinne Griffith was one of the big names of the day. As well as a successful acting career, she also excelled as a producer, author and businesswoman. Dubbed ‘The Orchid Lady of the Screen’, she was widely regarded as one of the most beautiful actresses of the silent era.
Clara excelled in this movie to the extent that she gained more parts immediately, and the studio quadrupled her salary to $200 a week, the equivalent of $2,900 today.
📸Clara Bow as Janet Oglethorpe, the flapper inBlack Oxen, holding a copy ofFlaming Youth. Also pictured, Kate Lester and Tom Ricketts.
Highest Grossing Movie of 1927,Wings.
A silent war movie…
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