Knowledge Identifier: +Claire_Windsor
Lois Weber - As part of the deal to distribute "The Blot", F.B. Warren released "What Do Men Want-" After the film's premiere at Manhattan's Lyric Theatre on November 13, 1921, "The New York Times", while praising Weber for her casting and the technical aspects of the film, and the performance of Claire Windsor, dismissed the film as a "simplified sermon" that provided "pat answers" which ignored "the real facts of life", which it considers "incompetent, irrelevant and immaterial"
In 1924, Windsor was one of the top stars at the newly formed Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studio
Bert Lytell - Lytell was married to the popular silent film actress Claire Windsor from 1924 to 1927
She had a well-publicized affair with actor Charles "Buddy" Rogers, and in 1925 married matinee idol Bert Lytell
Mae Murray - In 1925, Murray, Leonard, and Stahl produced films at Tiffany Pictures, with "Souls for Sables" , starring Claire Windsor and Eugene O'Brien, as the first film made by Tiffany