Published October 1, 1930
Though Owen Davis Jr. starred in the Oscar-winning film adaptation of All Quiet on the Western Front, his best-known role may have been as the real-life son of playwright and screenwriter Owen Davis, who adapted The Great Gatsby for the stage and A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court for the screen. Florence Vandamm's photograph of the younger Davis, handsome and confident with one hand placed casually in his pocket, ran in the October 1930 Vanity Fair.
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