History Creator / IdaLupino

26th Nov '17 12:01:24 PM nombretomado
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Ida Lupino (February 4, 1918 – August 3, 1995) was a British actor, writer, director, and producer who rose to moderate stardom during TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood and was the only female director working in the business during TheFifties.

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Ida Lupino (February 4, 1918 – August 3, 1995) was a British actor, writer, director, and producer who rose to moderate stardom during TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood and was the only female director working in the business during TheFifties.
22nd Oct '17 4:17:35 PM LongTallShorty64
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Ida Lupino (February 4th 1918 – August 3rd 1995) was a British actor, writer, director, and producer who rose to moderate stardom during TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood and was the only female director working in the business during TheFifties.

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Ida Lupino (February 4th 4, 1918 – August 3rd 3, 1995) was a British actor, writer, director, and producer who rose to moderate stardom during TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood and was the only female director working in the business during TheFifties.
22nd Oct '17 4:17:14 PM LongTallShorty64
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Ida Lupino (February 4th 1918 -– August 3rd 1995) was a British actor, writer, director, and producer who rose to moderate stardom during TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood and was the only female director working in the business during TheFifties.

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Ida Lupino (February 4th 1918 -– August 3rd 1995) was a British actor, writer, director, and producer who rose to moderate stardom during TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood and was the only female director working in the business during TheFifties.
21st Oct '17 11:48:01 AM Kitchen90
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Ida Lupino (1918–1995) was a British actor, writer, director, and producer who rose to moderate stardom during TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood and was the only female director working in the business during TheFifties.

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Ida Lupino (1918–1995) (February 4th 1918 -– August 3rd 1995) was a British actor, writer, director, and producer who rose to moderate stardom during TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood and was the only female director working in the business during TheFifties.



Starting the family trade at an early age, she enrolled in London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, and although only thirteen, she was named the "British Creator/JeanHarlow" due to her remarkable sensuality on the screen. In 1934, she came to Hollywood (Creator/{{Paramount}} studios) at sixteen to play Alice in the 1933 version of ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'', but she proved to be too “old” for the part. Nevertheless, she signed a 5-year contract with them. For several years, she played ingénues and quickly became dissatisfied with these roles. In 1940, she signed with Creator/WarnerBrothers and starred in a slew of great films including Creator/RaoulWalsh’s ''Film/HighSierra'' (alongside Creator/HumphreyBogart) and ''Film/TheyDriveByNight'' as embittered gun molls or [[FemmeFatale femme fatales]].

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Starting the family trade at an early age, she enrolled in London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, and although only thirteen, she was named the "British Creator/JeanHarlow" due to her remarkable sensuality on the screen. In 1934, she came to Hollywood (Creator/{{Paramount}} studios) at sixteen to play Alice in the 1933 version of ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'', but she proved to be too “old” for the part. Nevertheless, she signed a 5-year contract with them. For several years, she played ingénues and quickly became dissatisfied with these roles. In 1940, she signed with Creator/WarnerBrothers and starred in a slew of great films including Creator/RaoulWalsh’s ''Film/HighSierra'' (alongside Creator/HumphreyBogart) and ''Film/TheyDriveByNight'' as embittered gun molls or [[FemmeFatale femme fatales]].
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11th Sep '17 5:51:31 PM LongTallShorty64
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Starting the family trade at an early age, she enrolled in London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, and although only thirteen, she was named the "British Creator/JeanHarlow" due to her remarkable sensuality on the screen. In 1934, she came to Hollywood (Creator/{{Paramount}} studios) at sixteen to play Alice in the 1933 version of ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'', but she proved to be too “old” for the part. Nevertheless, she signed a 5-year contract with them. For several years, she played ingénues and quickly became dissatisfied with these roles. In 1940, she signed with Creator/WarnerBrothers and starred in a slew of great films including Creator/RaoulWalsh’s ''Film/HighSierra'' (alongside Creator/HumphreyBogart) and ''They Drive By Night'' as embittered gun molls or [[FemmeFatale femme fatales]].

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Starting the family trade at an early age, she enrolled in London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, and although only thirteen, she was named the "British Creator/JeanHarlow" due to her remarkable sensuality on the screen. In 1934, she came to Hollywood (Creator/{{Paramount}} studios) at sixteen to play Alice in the 1933 version of ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'', but she proved to be too “old” for the part. Nevertheless, she signed a 5-year contract with them. For several years, she played ingénues and quickly became dissatisfied with these roles. In 1940, she signed with Creator/WarnerBrothers and starred in a slew of great films including Creator/RaoulWalsh’s ''Film/HighSierra'' (alongside Creator/HumphreyBogart) and ''They Drive By Night'' ''Film/TheyDriveByNight'' as embittered gun molls or [[FemmeFatale femme fatales]].



* ''They Drive By Night'' (1940)

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* ''They Drive By Night'' ''Film/TheyDriveByNight'' (1940)
13th Jul '17 6:19:51 PM LongTallShorty64
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* ''The Light That Failed'' (1939)

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* ''The Light That Failed'' ''Film/TheLightThatFailed'' (1939)
7th Jul '17 3:10:18 PM LongTallShorty64
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* ''While the City Sleeps'' (1956)

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* ''While the City Sleeps'' ''Film/WhileTheCitySleeps'' (1956)
23rd Jun '17 3:47:10 AM jormis29
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* ''Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes'' (1939)

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* ''Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes'' ''Film/{{The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes|1939}}'' (1939)
12th Jun '17 10:21:59 AM Mdumas43073
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* ''The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' (1939)

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* ''The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'' ''Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes'' (1939)
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