YOU tell her the valet is trying to find her car and will be here as soon as he can. YOU tell her.

She may look severe here, but that wasn't the routine in the pictures:

Irene's true screen persona, however, arrived in the form of tearjerkers, nobly portraying the ever-suffering, well-coiffed "doormat" in her own plush, domestic dramas. Somewhat reminiscent in both looks, style and demeanor of Irene Dunne, she became a favorite in women's pictures throughout the 1920s.

After that, she switched to "Matronly" roles, then founnd a new life on radio with the Irene Rich Show.

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