Fay Wray

Fay Wray
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Studio publicity photo
Born Vina Fay Wray
(1907-09-15) September 15, 1907
Cardston, Alberta, Canada
Died August 8, 2004 (2004-08-08) (aged 96)
New York City, New York, U.S.
Resting place Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles, California
Occupation Actress

Vina Fay Wray (September 15, 1907 – August 8, 2004) was a Canadian/American actress most noted for playing the female lead in the 1933 film King Kong as Ann Darrow. Through an acting career that spanned 57 years, Wray attained international renown as an actress in horror movie roles. She was one of the first “scream queens“.

After appearing in minor movie roles, Wray gained media attention being selected as one of the “WAMPAS Baby Stars“. This led to her being contracted to Paramount Pictures as a teenager, where she made more than a dozen movies. After leaving Paramount, she signed deals with various film companies, being cast in her first horror film roles among many other types of roles, including in The Bowery (1933) and Viva Villa (1934), both huge productions starring Wallace Beery. For RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., she starred in the film with which she is most identified, King Kong (1933). After the success of King Kong, Wray made numerous appearances in both film and television before retiring in 1980.

Early life

Wray was born on a ranch near Cardston in the province of Alberta, Canada, to Mormon parents, Elvina Marguerite Jones, who was from Salt Lake City, Utah, and Joseph Heber Wray, who was from Kingston upon Hull, England.[3] She was one of six children[4] and was a granddaughter of Daniel Webster Jones. Wray was never a Mormon herself.[citation needed]

Her family returned to the United States a few years after she was born; they moved to Salt Lake City in 1912[5] and moved to Lark, Utah in 1914. In 1919, the Wray family returned to Salt Lake City, and then relocated to Hollywood, where Fay attended Hollywood High School.

Early acting career

Wray publicity shot from 1930

In 1923, Wray appeared in her first film at the age of 16, when she landed a role in a short historical film sponsored by a local newspaper.[6] In the 1920s, Wray landed a major role in the silent film The Coast Patrol (1925), as well as uncredited bit parts at the Hal Roach Studios.

In 1926, the Western Association of Motion Picture Advertisers selected Wray as one of the “WAMPAS Baby Stars“, a group of women whom they believed to be on the threshold of movie stardom. She was at the time under contract to Universal Studios, mostly co-starring in low-budget Westerns opposite Buck Jones.

The following year, Wray was signed to a contract with Paramount Pictures. In 1928, director Erich von Stroheim cast her as the main female lead in his film The Wedding March, released by Paramount. While the film was noted for its high budget and production values, it was a financial failure, but gave Wray her first lead role. Wray stayed with Paramount to make more than a dozen films and made the transition from silent films to “talkies“.[7]

Horror films and King Kong


Fay Wray in the 1933 feature film King Kong

After leaving Paramount, Wray signed to various film companies. Under these deals, Wray was cast in various horror films, including Doctor X. However, her greatest known films were produced under her deal with RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. Her first film under RKO was The Most Dangerous Game (1932), co-starring Joel McCrea and shot at night on the same jungle sets that were being used for King Kong during the day, with Wray and Robert Armstrong starring in both movies.

The Most Dangerous Game was followed by Wray’s most memorable film, King Kong. According to Wray, Jean Harlow had been RKO’s original choice, but because MGM put Harlow under exclusive contract during the pre-production phase of the film, she became unavailable[8] and Wray was approached by director Merian C. Cooper to play the role of Ann Darrow, the blonde captive of King Kong. Wray was paid $10,000 ($200,000 in 2016 dollars) to play the role.[9] The film was a commercial success. Wray was reportedly proud that the film saved RKO from bankruptcy.[10] Wray’s role would become the one with which she would be most associated. http://annefranklyspeaking.net/wp-admin/post-new.php [emphasis added]
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Actress Fay Wray (1907–2004) is considered to be one of the first scream queens
A scream queen (a wordplay on screen queen[1]) is an actress who has become associated with horror films, either through an appearance in a notable entry in the genre as a frequent victim or through constant appearances as the female protagonist. Jamie Lee Curtis is noted as a seminal example for her performances in the popular slasher films of the Halloween franchise.[2] In recent years, the male counterpart has been labeled a scream king.
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Scream Queens
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Genre Reality competition
Created by Jim Ackerman (concept)
Presented by Shawnee Smith (2008)
Jaime King (2010)
Judges James Gunn (2008)
John Homa
Tim Sullivan (2010)
Country of origin United States

Scream Queens is an American reality series on VH1 produced by Joke Productions and Lionsgate Television that premiered in October 2008. The show chronicles a group of unknown actresses competing for a role in a Lionsgate horror film. Tanedra Howard won the first season and gained a role in Saw VI. The second season began airing on August 2, 2010 and the winner, Gabby West, won a role in Saw 3D.
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Scream Queens
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Season one title card; season two title card features silver-colored typeface.
Genre

Scream Queens is an American comedy horror television series that aired on Fox from September 22, 2015 to December 20, 2016. The series was created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan and produced by Murphy, Falchuk, Brennan, and Alexis Martin Woodall. Scream Queens is produced by 20th Century Fox Television, Ryan Murphy Productions, Brad Falchuck Teley-vision, and Prospect Films. The first season takes place at the fictional Wallace University, being produced in New Orleans, Louisiana. One of the sororities, Kappa Kappa Tau, becomes plagued by a serial killer, who uses the university’s Red Devil mascot as a disguise.[2]

On January 15, 2016, Fox renewed the series for a second season,[3] which premiered on September 20, 2016.[4] Emma Roberts, Jamie Lee Curtis, Billie Lourd, Lea Michele, Abigail Breslin, Niecy Nash, Glen Powell, Keke Palmer, and Oliver Hudson reprise their roles while John Stamos, Taylor Lautner, James Earl, and Kirstie Alley were added to the cast, and the season wasn’t set in a university, instead it was a hospital, produced in Los Angeles, California.[5]

On May 15, 2017, Fox executives announced the cancellation of the series.[6]
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Cardston
Town
Town of Cardston
Cardston Alberta Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Cardston is a town in southwest Alberta, Canada. Cardston was settled in 1887 by members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) from Utah Territory who travelled via the Macleod-Benton Trail to Alberta in one of the century’s last wagon migrations. They had departed April 6 and arrived June 3.[5] The official founder of the town is Charles Ora Card, after whom the town is named. The combined church and school was completed by January 29 the following year after their arrival.[6]

Local attractions

Remington Carriage Museum
The Remington Carriage Museum houses the largest collection of horse-drawn vehicles in North America, with more than 250 carriages, wagons and sleighs. The 63,000-square-foot (5,900 m2) facility features video displays, a fire hall, carriage factory, restoration shop, working stable, carriage rides, carriage rentals, a restaurant, and a gift shop. Guided tours are offered for free. On April 9, 2006, the museum was briefly mentioned on TV in Canada as a destination of Patty and Selma‘s vacation during the Kiss Kiss, Bang Bangalore episode of The Simpsons.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cardston

Wall Street bombing
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The aftermath of the explosion
(Federal Hall National Memorial is at the right)
Location Manhattan, New York City
Date September 16, 1920
12:01 pm (local time)
Target Wall Street
Attack type
Horse-drawn wagon bomb
Animal-borne bomb attack

The Wall Street bombing occurred at 12:01 pm on September 16, 1920, in the Financial District of Manhattan, New York City. The blast killed 30 people immediately, and another eight died later of wounds sustained in the blast. There were 143 seriously injured, and the total number of injured was in the hundreds.[1]:160–61[2]

The bombing was never solved, although investigators and historians believe the Wall Street bombing was carried out by Galleanists (Italian anarchists), a group responsible for a series of bombings the previous year. The attack was related to postwar social unrest, labor struggles, and anti-capitalist agitation in the United States.

The Wall Street bomb killed more people than the 1910 bombing of the Los Angeles Times, which was the deadliest act of terrorism on U.S. soil up to that point.[3] The death toll was exceeded in the Bath School disaster in 1927.

Book

The bombing has inspired several books, notably The Day Wall Street Exploded, by Beverly Gage, The Death Instinct, by Jed Rubenfeld[23] and Buda’s Wagon: A Brief History of the Car Bomb (2007) by Mike Davis.

The bombing is referenced in Clive Cussler‘s 2014 book The Bootlegger.

See Also

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