Sylvia Sidney. During the Depression, Sidney appeared in a string of films, often playing the girlfriend or the sister of a gangster. Among her films from this period were: An American Tragedy, City Streets and Street Scene (all 1931), Alfred Hitchcock's Sabotage and Fritz Lang's Fury (both 1936), You Only Live Once, Dead End (both 1937) and The Trail of the Lonesome Pine, an early three-strip Technicolor film.
Jewellery in the 1920's was very elaborate and was laid on heavily. Earlier on, the jewellery was composed of mainly thick pearl beads. However, after the discovery of King Tutankhamen's tomb, Egyptian styled jewellery became very popular. This photograph displays the expensive and beautiful jewellery worn by women of all ages, especially flappers