History Creator / ClaudetteColbert

17th Nov '17 3:27:15 AM jormis29
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* ''The Gilded Lily'' (1935) — First of seven films with Fred [=MacMurray=], also co-starring Creator/RayMilland.

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* ''The Gilded Lily'' (1935) — First of seven films with Fred [=MacMurray=], Creator/FredMacMurray, also co-starring Creator/RayMilland.
16th Sep '17 3:09:39 AM jormis29
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* ''Film/TheSmilingLieutenant'' (1931) — With Miriam Hopkins and Creator/MauriceChevalier.

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* ''Film/TheSmilingLieutenant'' (1931) — With Miriam Hopkins Creator/MiriamHopkins and Creator/MauriceChevalier.
15th Sep '17 3:17:44 PM LongTallShorty64
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* ''Film/ThePalmBeachStory'' (1942) — Creator/PrestonSturges ScrewballComedy with Joel [=McCrea=].

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* ''Film/ThePalmBeachStory'' (1942) — Creator/PrestonSturges ScrewballComedy with Joel [=McCrea=].Creator/JoelMcCrea.
25th Jul '17 2:02:45 AM Piterpicher
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* ''The Sign Of the Cross'' (1932) — A CecilBDeMille epic, highly controversial for showing Claudette naked in a milk bath.

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* ''The Sign Of the Cross'' (1932) — A CecilBDeMille Creator/CecilBDeMille epic, highly controversial for showing Claudette naked in a milk bath.
23rd Apr '17 4:46:26 PM LongTallShorty64
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Then, the movie that changed it all: Creator/FrankCapra’s classic ScrewballComedy ''Film/ItHappenedOneNight''--no one thought it would amount to anything, least of all Claudette. Before the film’s shooting, she famously asked for [[OnlyInItForTheMoney a doubling of her salary (making it $50,000)]] and that the film wrap up before her planned ski vacation. Fortunately, the film succeeded and shot Claudette to movie stardom, winning the UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for Best Actress and achieving success as a top comedienne.

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Then, Then the movie that changed it all: Creator/FrankCapra’s classic ScrewballComedy ''Film/ItHappenedOneNight''--no one thought it would amount to anything, least of all Claudette. Before the film’s shooting, she famously asked for [[OnlyInItForTheMoney a doubling of her salary (making it $50,000)]] and that the film wrap up before her planned ski vacation. Fortunately, the film succeeded and shot Claudette to movie stardom, winning the UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for Best Actress and achieving success as a top comedienne.
18th Apr '17 4:52:57 PM LongTallShorty64
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Claudette began her acting career on Broadway, generally typecast as the FrenchMaid. Wanting to get away from this, she moved to Hollywood in 1928. She signed up with [[{{Creator/Paramount}} Paramount Pictures]], and gradually received roles with the bigwigs of the 1930s Hollywood: ''Film/TheSmilingLieutenant'' directed by Creator/ErnstLubitsch, and two Creator/CecilBDeMille films, ''The Sign of the Cross'' and ''Cleopatra''.

Then, the movie that changed it all: Creator/FrankCapra’s classic ScrewballComedy ''Film/ItHappenedOneNight''--no one thought it would amount to anything, least of all Claudette. Before the film’s shooting, she famously asked for [[OnlyInItForTheMoney a doubling of her salary (making it $50 000)]] and that the film wrap up before her planned ski vacation. Fortunately, the film succeeded and shot Claudette to movie stardom, winning the UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for Best Actress and achieving success as a top comedienne.

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Claudette began her acting career on Broadway, generally typecast as the FrenchMaid. Wanting to get away from this, she moved to Hollywood in 1928. She signed up with [[{{Creator/Paramount}} Paramount Pictures]], and gradually received roles with the bigwigs of the 1930s Hollywood: ''Film/TheSmilingLieutenant'' directed by Creator/ErnstLubitsch, and two Creator/CecilBDeMille films, ''The Sign of the Cross'' and ''Cleopatra''.

''Film/{{Cleopatra|1934}}''.

Then, the movie that changed it all: Creator/FrankCapra’s classic ScrewballComedy ''Film/ItHappenedOneNight''--no one thought it would amount to anything, least of all Claudette. Before the film’s shooting, she famously asked for [[OnlyInItForTheMoney a doubling of her salary (making it $50 000)]] $50,000)]] and that the film wrap up before her planned ski vacation. Fortunately, the film succeeded and shot Claudette to movie stardom, winning the UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for Best Actress and achieving success as a top comedienne.
18th Apr '17 4:51:20 PM LongTallShorty64
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* ''[[Film/ImitationOfLife1934 Imitation of Life]]'' (1934) — Dramatic film about racism; two women from different social strata (one white and one black) become friends, and raise their children together. It follows their rise to wealth, and their tribulations.

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* ''[[Film/ImitationOfLife1934 Imitation of Life]]'' (1934) — Dramatic film about racism; racism: two women from different social strata (one white and one black) become friends, friends and raise their children together. It follows their rise to wealth, wealth and their tribulations.



* ''Film/DrumsAlongTheMohawk'' (1939) — With Creator/HenryFonda

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* ''Film/DrumsAlongTheMohawk'' (1939) — With Creator/HenryFondaCreator/HenryFonda.
10th Feb '17 8:54:59 AM LongTallShorty64
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* ''Film/ThePalmBeachStory'' (1942) — Creator/PrestonSturges comedy with Joel [=McCrea=].

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* ''Film/ThePalmBeachStory'' (1942) — Creator/PrestonSturges comedy ScrewballComedy with Joel [=McCrea=].
10th Feb '17 5:00:50 AM Kitchen90
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* ''Film/ThunderOnTheHill'' (1951) - FilmNoir with Creator/AnnBlyth.

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* ''Film/ThunderOnTheHill'' (1951) - -- FilmNoir with Creator/AnnBlyth.
10th Feb '17 5:00:12 AM Kitchen90
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* ''Film/ThunderOnTheHill'' (1951) - FilmNoir with Creator/AnnBlyth.
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