Published August 1, 1931
Gloria Swanson, considered the epitome of the Hollywood star in the early era of cinema, appeared in several Cecil B. DeMille films, starting with 'Don't Change Your Husband' in 1919. Swanson was nominated for an Oscar for her first sound performance in 'The Trespasser,' and took the daring role of the washed-up star in Billy Wilder's 'Sunset Boulevard.' Photograph by Tony Von Horn in the August 1931 Vanity Fair.
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