Claire Trevor
Actress
Claire Trevor
Claire Trevor was an Academy Award-winning American actress. She was nicknamed the "Queen of Film Noir" because of her many appearances in "bad girl" roles in film noir and other black-and-white thrillers. She appeared in over 60 films. She won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Key Largo and was nominated for her roles in The High and the Mighty and Dead End.
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Hitchcock Blondes, Shipboard Affairs, Tropical Drama And Conversations with ... - TVbytheNumbers
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TCM will present a special screening of the dramatic thriller starring Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Edward G. Robinson, Lionel Barrymore and Oscar-winning supporting actress Claire Trevor. TCM invites passengers to a special poolside screening of
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Also in Film & Cinema - Irish Independent
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First of all, Ford had chosen a story packed with moral ambiguity: his hero, The Ringo Kid (John Wayne) was a ruthless gunman out for revenge, and the object of the Kid's affections, Claire Trevor, was less than forthcoming about her checkered past as
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Mr. Smarty Pants Knows: Mr. Smarty Pants Knows - Austin Chronicle
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What do Janet Gaynor, Helen Hayes, Anne Baxter, Claire Trevor, Donna Reed, Jo Van Fleet, Susan Hayward, Elizabeth Taylor, Shirley Jones, Jane Fonda, Mira Sorvino, Kim Basinger, and Charlize Theron have in common? They all won Oscars for playing a
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Kieślowski, Fellini i Kusturica - Gazeta Wyborcza
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John Wayne, Claire Trevor, Thomas Mitchell, Louise Platt (96 min) 1885 rok. W niebezpieczną podróż dyliżansem do Nowego Meksyku rusza troje pasażerów. Są to Lucy (Louise Platt), ciężarna żona oficera, lekarz alkoholik Doc Boone (Thomas Mitchell) i
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Marcos históricos do western: 1939-1949 - Tribuna do Norte - Natal
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John Wayne, Claire Trevor, Thomas Mitchell, John Carradine, Andy Devine, Louise Plat, George Bancroft, Donald Meek, Tim Holt. 1940 - O GALANTE AVENTUREIRO (The Westerner). Direção: William Wyler. Produtor: Samuel Goldwyn. Roteiro: Jo Swerling e Niven
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Western to bring good ol' days back to Hope - Stockton Record
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The coach is driven by Buck (Andy Devine), and the passengers include a lawman (George Bancroft), a prostitute (Claire Trevor), an embezzling banker (Berton Churchill), a gambler (John Carradine) and an alcoholic, disgraced frontier doctor (Thomas
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CALIFORNIAN: 'Cinderella' arrives in Old Town Temecula - North County Times
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She will study ballet, modern dance and jazz at the Claire Trevor School of the Arts at UC Irvine in the fall. She is a 2011 recipient of the Leona Bedford Musical Theatre Scholarship from San Diego's Starlight Society. Forney began studying with
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Is Casey Anthony a Film Noir Femme Fatale Come to Life? - OpEdNews
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This is a pattern that also asserted itself with notable femmes fatale Barbara Stanwyck and Claire Trevor in the memorable dramas "Double Indemnity" and "Murder, My Sweet" respectively. These were women who lied often and convincingly
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Freshman Fillies Make OSS Debut - Standardbred Canada
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Pocket-sitter Breezin On Bye (Randy Waples) finished one and a half lengths behind in second and Sauble Claire (Trevor Henry) followed in third. The 8-1 fifth choice paid $18.90 to win. Regal Attitude was making her career debut off 1:58.2 qualifying
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She can fly! - Modesto Bee
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The 17-year-old IB Diploma candidate and veteran performer plans to continue her drama and musical theater training at the UC Irvine Claire Trevor School of the Arts in the fall. submitted - Local actress Amanda J. Melhuish, a 2011 Modesto High
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Esta tarde Arte Colectivo en el Patio de Sánchez - Diario El Sol de Quilmes
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El filme contó con las actuaciones de John Wayne, Claire Trevor, Thomas Mitchell y John Carradine. En el mismo escenario se puede visitar la muestra de la pintora Ana Juan. Mañana a las 17 se reúne el café literario Abrapalabra, con la coordinaciaón de
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La Diligencia, ícono de los westerns, el 18 - Diario El Sol de Quilmes
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El sábado 18 de junio a las 21 en el Círculo Médico de Quilmes, Brandsen y Alvear, se exhibirá La Diligencia, el mítico filme de John Ford, con las inolvidables actuaciones de John Wayne, Claire Trevor, Thomas Mitchell y John Carradine
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Noticias breves - Diario El Sol de Quilmes
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El sábado en el Círculo Médico, Brandsen y Alvear, se exhibirá La Diligencia, el mítico filme de John Ford, con las inolvidables actuaciones de John Wayne, Claire Trevor, Thomas Mitchell y John Carradine. La película es de 1939 y relata la historia de
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Indy Calendar, June 3-9, 2011 - Laguna Beach Independent
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8 pm UCI Arts Center (Claire Trevor Theatre) Irvine. Tricia Freeman, 9 pm-1 am, Marine Room 214 Ocean Avenue. 949-494-3027 Nick I & ADD of Common Sense, 8:45 pm Mozambique, 1740 Pacific Coast Highway. www.mozambiqueoc.com 949-715-7777 $10 cover
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Digital Arts at the Beall Center - New University Online
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Having experienced a more than satisfactory sample of the soon-to-be exhibition, I can only say I had witnessed just a minute pool of the vast expanse of potential artists from the Claire Trevor School of the Arts at UCI
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Indy on Arts - Laguna Beach Independent
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“The 25th Putnam County Spelling Bee,” 8 pm UCI Claire Trevor Theatre, Irvine. Farmers Market, Lumberyard Parking Lot next to City Hall. 8 am-noon 714.573.0374 Live jazz, 10 am-1 pm, Laguna Coffee Company, 1050 S. Coast Highway
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Claire Trevor
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2000
    Age 89
    Trevor died of respiratory failure in Newport Beach, California on April 8, 2000 at the age of 90.
    More Details Hide Details She was survived by her two stepsons and extended family. For her contribution to the motion picture industry, she has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6933 Hollywood Blvd. The Claire Trevor School of the Arts at the University of California, Irvine was named in Trevor's honor. Her Oscar and Emmy statuettes are on display in the Arts Plaza there, next to the Claire Trevor Theatre. On March 8, 2016, Turner Classic Movies honored Trevor on the 106th anniversary of her birth by showing several of her films.
  • 1998
    Age 87
    Trevor made a guest appearance at the 70th Academy Awards in 1998.
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  • 1987
    Age 76
    Her last film was the 1987 television movie Norman Rockwell's Breaking Home Ties.
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  • 1978
    Age 67
    In 1978, Trevor's son Charles died in the crash of PSA Flight 182, followed by the death of her husband Milton from a brain tumor in 1979.
    More Details Hide Details Devastated by these losses, she returned to Manhattan for some years, living in a Fifth Avenue apartment and taking a few acting roles amid a busy social life. She eventually returned to California, where she remained for the rest of her life, becoming a generous supporter of the arts.
  • FORTIES
  • 1957
    Age 46
    In 1957 she won an Emmy for her role in the Producers' Showcase episode entitled Dodsworth.
    More Details Hide Details Trevor moved into supporting roles in the 1950s, with her appearances becoming increasingly rare after the mid-1960s. She returned for one final theatrical film, as Charlotte in Kiss Me Goodbye (1982).
  • THIRTIES
  • 1943
    Age 32
    Her second marriage, in 1943, to Navy lieutenant Cylos William Dunsmore, produced her only child, son Charles. The marriage ended in divorce in 1947.
    More Details Hide Details The next year, Trevor married Milton Bren, a film producer with two sons from a previous marriage, and moved to Newport Beach, California.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1940
    Age 29
    She starred opposite Wayne again in Allegheny Uprising that same year, and yet again in 1940 in Dark Command.
    More Details Hide Details Over a decade later, she would again costar with Wayne, gaining her final Oscar nomination for The High and the Mighty. Two of Trevor's most memorable roles were opposite Dick Powell in Murder, My Sweet and with Lawrence Tierney in Born to Kill, in the latter playing a divorcee who gets more than she bargained for by falling in love with a bad boy who impulsively commits a murder. Key Largo, the following year, gave Trevor the role of Gaye Dawn, the washed-up nightclub singer and gangster's moll, for which she won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
  • 1939
    Age 28
    Some of her most memorable performances during this period were opposite John Wayne, including the classic 1939 western Stagecoach, which was Wayne's breakthrough role.
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    By 1939, she was well established as a solid "leading lady".
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  • 1938
    Age 27
    Trevor married Clark Andrews, director of her radio show, in 1938, but they divorced four years later.
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  • 1937
    Age 26
    From 1937–40, she appeared with Edward G. Robinson in the popular radio series Big Town, while continuing to make movies.
    More Details Hide Details In the early 1940s, she also was a regular on The Old Gold Don Ameche Show on the NBC Red radio network, starring with Ameche in presentations of plays by Mark Hellinger.
    In 1937, she was the second lead actress (after top-billed Sylvia Sydney) in Dead End, playing opposite Humphrey Bogart, which led to her nomination for Best Supporting Actress.
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  • 1933
    Age 22
    From 1933–38, Trevor starred in 29 films, often having either the lead role or the role of heroine.
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    Her first credited film role was in the 1933 film Life in the Raw, with her feature film debut coming that same year in Jimmy and Sally (1933) as "Sally Johnson".
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  • 1932
    Age 21
    By 1932 she was starring on Broadway; that same year she began appearing in Brooklyn-filmed Vitaphone shorts.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1910
    Born
    Born on March 8, 1910.
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