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An enthusiastic review of the Hollywood silent film, "The Tiger Woman" (1917) starring the first (but not the last) female sex symbol of the silent era, Theda Bara (born Theodosia Burr Goodman; 1885-1955).

This very brief review will give the reader a sense of how uneasily many men must have sat in their seats when she was pictured on screen.

"She is a very tigerish 'Tiger Woman' in this picture. Her heart, her soul, her finger tips, her eyelashes, her rounded arms, her heaving buzzum, all vibrate to a passion for pearls."

Theda Bara retired in 1926, having worked in forty-four films.

Click here to read an article written by Theda Bara.
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