Intimate Portrait: Mae West ()

This film's subject is one of the world's most recognizable film artists, Mae West. Mae West was an iconoclast who challenged the sexual mores of her time -- long before Madonna was born and reinvented the idea. She made shrewd choices for her leading men -- such as her favorite, Cary Grant -- on whom she could play off her outrageous character. Her humorous, sexual suggestiveness is exemplified in her famous line, "Why don't you come up and see me sometime?" A major force of the silver screen, by 1935 she was the highest ...

Currently there are no copies available. However, our inventory changes frequently. Please check back soon or try Book Fetch.