History Creator / IdaLupino

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* ''Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes'' (1939)

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* ''Film/TheAdventuresOfSherlockHolmes'' ''Film/{{The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes|1939}}'' (1939)
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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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!!Select Filmography (Appeared/Starred)

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* ''Film/TheFoodOfTheGods'' (1976)



* ''Series/{{Batman}}'' -- appeared

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* ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' – The only person to direct and star in the show.
** Recap/TheTwilightZone1959S1E4TheSixteenMillimeterShrine

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* ''Series/TheFugitive'' -- directed only
* ''Series/GilligansIsland'' -- directed only
* ''Series/HaveGunWillTravel'' -- directed only
* ''Series/TheRifleman'' -- directed only
* ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' – The -- the only person to direct and ''and'' star in the show.
** Recap/TheTwilightZone1959S1E4TheSixteenMillimeterShrine"[[Recap/TheTwilightZone1959S1E4TheSixteenMillimeterShrine The Sixteen Millimeter Shrine]]" -- appeared in
** "[[Recap/TheTwilightZoneS5E145TheMasks The Masks]]" -- directed only
* ''Series/TheUntouchables'' -- directed only
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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) (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.
19th May '17 8:06:00 AM LongTallShorty64
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* ''Road House'' (1948)

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* ''Road House'' ''Film/{{Road House|1948}}'' (1948)
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* ''Literature/TheSeaWolf'' (1941)
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!!Ida Lupino Films (Appeared/Starred)

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!!Ida Lupino Films !!Select Filmography (Appeared/Starred)



!!Ida Lupino Films (directed)

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!!Ida Lupino (TV shows directed and/or appeared in)

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!!Ida Lupino (TV !! Select TV shows directed (directed and/or appeared in)
16th Feb '17 1:15:02 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 the like and quickly became dissatisfied with the 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 the like and quickly became dissatisfied with the 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]].
15th Feb '17 2:30:59 PM LongTallShorty64
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Ida grew up in London, born into English show business royalty; her mother was an actress and her father a famous music hall entertainer, and the Lupinos had a rich family history of entertainers spanning back to the Victorian era. UsefulNotes/QueenVictoria called them “The Royal Family of Greasepaint," and they were friends with the likes of Creator/CharlesDickens and the writer of ''Literature/PeterPan'', J. M. Barrie.

Beginning 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 their live version of ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'', but she proved to be too “old” for the part. Even so, she signed a 5-year contract with them. For several years, she played ingénues and the like and quickly became dissatisfied with the uninteresting work. 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]].

During her Warner years, she was constantly suspended for refusing roles she believed beneath her. However, her suspensions enabled her to observe the behind-the-scenes of film-making and piqued her interest in directing. In 1949, Ida, alongside her husband, Collier Young, created their own production company called The Filmakers. Here she produced, wrote and directed many of her films and had the distinction of being the only female director of her era. Her B-movies tackled RippedFromTheHeadlines stories that dealt with unwanted pregnancies, rape, and grizzly murder. She would act on the side to help keep her company afloat, but unfortunately, her films were not very profitable for long and she would move into producing during TheSixties.

She continued to work in TV and the occasional film, either directing or acting, and she almost never stopped until the late 70s.

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Ida grew up in London, born into English show business royalty; her mother was an actress and her father a famous music hall entertainer, vaudevillian, and the Lupinos had a rich family history tree of entertainers spanning back to the Victorian era. UsefulNotes/QueenVictoria called them “The Royal Family of Greasepaint," and they were friends with the likes of Creator/CharlesDickens and the writer of ''Literature/PeterPan'', J. M. Barrie.

Beginning 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 their live the 1933 version of ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'', but she proved to be too “old” for the part. Even so, Nevertheless, she signed a 5-year contract with them. For several years, she played ingénues and the like and quickly became dissatisfied with the uninteresting work.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]].

During her Warner years, she was constantly suspended for refusing roles she believed beneath her. However, her suspensions enabled her to observe the behind-the-scenes of film-making and piqued her interest in directing. In 1949, Ida, alongside her husband, Collier Young, created their own production company called The Filmakers. Here she produced, wrote and directed many of her films and had the distinction of being the only female director of her era. Her B-movies tackled RippedFromTheHeadlines stories that dealt with unwanted pregnancies, rape, and grizzly murder. She would act on the side to help keep her company afloat, but unfortunately, her films were not very profitable for long and she would move into to producing and directing TV shows during TheSixties.

She
TheSixties and continued to work in TV and the occasional film, either directing or acting, and she almost never stopped until the late 70s.well into TheSeventies.
15th Feb '17 2:26:29 PM LongTallShorty64
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She died in 1995 from heart failure, having paved the way for other female directors in Hollywood, but with no proper recognition.

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She died in 1995 from heart failure, having paved the way for other female directors in Hollywood, but with no proper recognition.recognition until after her death.
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