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Oct 26, 2022

[Answer] 1. As reported in the "Los Angeles Times" in December, 1989, when silent movie actress, Aileen Pringle, was being tenderly carried to her bed by actor Conrad Nagel, in the 1924 film "Three Weeks", what did lipreaders say she actually said to him?

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...1. "Oh my dearest beloved" 2. "I really like the taste of Vegemite" 3. "The latest Laurel and Hardy movie is a scream" 4. "If you drop me, you idiot, I'll break your neck" Only it wasn't the word idiot she used. Aileen Pringle was born in 1895 in San Francisco, and died in Manhattan in 1989. She was the leading lady of more than sixty silent films. One of these included the 1924 film "Three Weeks" in which she plays the role of an unhappy woman married to the King of Sardalia. She escapes from her life for several weeks and flees to Switzerland for a holiday. There she promptly falls in love with Conrad's character. Before the advent of sound in movies, and even while portraying the most romantic or terrified emotions during her work in silent films, Ms Saucy Pringle was notorious for her language and her off-colour remarks during most of her scenes.




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"If you drop me, you idiot, I'll break your neck":


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