Madge Bellamy, best known films include: Love Never Dies (1921), Lorna Doone (1922), and The Iron Horse (1924). She made a successful transition to sound film in 1928 with the film, Mother Knows Best, but after a dispute with Fox in 1929, she left the studio and could not find work again until 1932, when she began performing in "B" movies. She is best known today for the 1932 film, White Zombie(1932).
"I've avoided all my life the romantic stuff which novels and movies are about. Never went in for that mush. Of course, I've missed what most people would call the ultimate human experience. But then, I've remained my own person, which at my age is a very satisfying state" - Madge Bellamy, at age 87.