Constance Dowling
Constance Dowling
Constance Dowling was an American model turned actress of the 1940s and 1950s.
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Connie, l' ultimo sogno di Pavese «Con te sto tornando ragazzo» - Corriere della Sera
Google News - over 5 years
L' attrice americana Constance Dowling regala a Cesare Pavese l' ultima speranza d' amore per negargliela subito. Quando Connie, con la sorella minore Doris, arriva in Italia, non ha ancora trent' anni, alle spalle ha già qualche fallimento
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“I ponti , i cerchi” il 29 giugno l'incontro con il pubblico a Giulianova - Calabria H24
Google News - over 5 years
I PONTI, I CERCHI è un viaggio dell'anima fra le croci e le ombre di alcuni artisti scomparsi come, per esempio, il poeta Cesare Pavese che si suicida dopo aver amato, non riamato, l'attrice americana Constance Dowling o Puskin, il più grande poeta
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L'esigenza permanente di Cesare Pavese - Cittadelmonte Pressonline
Google News - over 5 years
... il fondo della realtà che compie l'esperienza di una terra incognita per attraversare “la schiuma dell'onda” dell' “inquietudine”, come scrive all'amata Constance Dowling. In una delle ultime poesie, raccolte in Verrà la morte e avrà i tuoi occhi,
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On the Kazan Front
NYTimes - about 11 years
ELIA KAZAN A Biography. By Richard Schickel. Illustrated. 510 pp. HarperCollins Publishers. $29.95. A BIOGRAPHER'S life is not an easy one. Aside from taxing demands of I.R.S. (insight, research, style), there is the supreme test of tact: knowing what to include, what to exclude. There are not only sins, but also virtues, of omission. A good
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Doris Dowling, 81, Is Dead; Known for Classic Films of 40's
NYTimes - over 12 years
Doris Dowling, who made an impression as a husky-voiced character actress in the film classics ''The Lost Weekend,'' ''The Blue Dahlia'' and ''Bitter Rice,'' died on June 18 in Los Angeles. She was 81. Her death was announced by Lee Redmond, a family friend. Ms. Dowling was the brunette sibling of a well-known blond actress of the era, Constance
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NYTimes - almost 30 years
LEAD: Up In Arms With Danny Kaye. Directed by Elliott Nugent. Embassy Home Entertainment. 105 minutes. $39.95. Up In Arms With Danny Kaye. Directed by Elliott Nugent. Embassy Home Entertainment. 105 minutes. $39.95. ''Would anybody mind if I sang a song?'' asks Dinah Shore in ''Up in Arms,'' and somebody answers, ''It's about time.'' That's the way
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NYTimes - over 33 years
Ivan Tors, producer of animal movies and marine-oriented television series such as ''Flipper'' and ''Sea Hunt,'' died of a heart attack June 4 while engaged in pre-production work in Brazil. He was 66 years old and lived in Los Angeles. Arthur Stashower, Mr. Tors's lawyer in Los Angeles, said that Mr. Tors and his son Peter, who is a producer as
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Constance Dowling
  • 1969
    Age 48
    On October 28, 1969, Dowling died at the age of 49 of heart attack.
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  • 1955
    Age 34
    In 1955, Dowling married film producer Ivan Tors, with whom she had three sons: Steven, David, and Peter Tors, as well as a foster child, Alfred Ndwego of Kenya.
    More Details Hide Details She retired from acting after this marriage.
  • 1950
    Age 29
    She was later linked with Italian poet/novelist Cesare Pavese who committed suicide in 1950 after being rejected by Dowling.
    More Details Hide Details One of his last poems is entitled "Death Will Come and Look at Me with Your Eyes".
  • 1947
    Age 26
    Dowling lived in Italy in 1947 through 1950 and appeared in some unmemorable Italian films.
    More Details Hide Details Dowling returned to Hollywood in the 1950s and landed a part in the sci-fi film Gog, her last film. Dowling had been involved in a long affair with married director Elia Kazan in New York. He couldn't bring himself to leave his wife and the affair ended when Dowling went to Hollywood under contract to Goldwyn.
  • 1943
    Age 22
    Born in New York City, Dowling was a model and chorus girl before moving to California in 1943.
    More Details Hide Details She was the elder sister of actress Doris Dowling. Prior to her move to Hollywood, Dowling appeared in several Broadway productions, including Panama Hattie (with sister Doris), Hold On To Your Hats, and The Strings, My Lord, Are False. Dowling began her screen career appearing in Up in Arms (1944) for Samuel Goldwyn. She appeared in a few films after that, including the film noir Black Angel (1946) but her film career did not advance.
  • 1920
    Born on July 24, 1920.
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