Edmund Lowe
Actor
Edmund Lowe
Edmund Dantes Lowe was an American actor. His formative experience began in vaudeville and silent film. He was born in San Jose, California. He died in Woodland Hills, California of lung cancer.
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Montgomery Clift on TCM: A PLACE IN THE SUN, THE HEIRESS, RAINTREE COUNTY - Alt Film Guide (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
As an aside: Clift and John Ireland compare pistols in a classic Red River scene reminiscent of a considerably more explicit one between Warner Baxter and Edmund Lowe in In Old Arizona (1928). Montgomery Clift was nominated for four Academy Awards:
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Cinema Paradiso - Syracuse New Times
Google News - over 5 years
The 1934 Universal programmer Bombay Mail (1:35 pm) offers Edmund Lowe, Hedda Hopper and more in a murder mystery set aboard an Indiabound locomotive. The 1929 Vitaphone short Ship Ahoy (3:10 pm) preserves the comic shtick of vaudevillian Arthur “Pat”
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Nashua mayor offers carrot to unions - Nashua Telegraph
Google News - almost 6 years
Edmund Lowe, president of the Nashua Public Library Employees Local 4831, said Lozeau's concession offer had no bearing on negotiations because the union didn't know about it until after the fact. “We would have started off looking for more concessions
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Tashman, Lilyan (1896-1934) - Gayworld.be
Google News - almost 6 years
Ze huwde met de openlijk homoseksuele acteur Edmund Lowe in 1925. Haar lesbische relaties waren een publiek geheim in Hollywood en haar uitgebreide garderobe en overdadige feestjes waren populaire gespreksonderwerpen. Ze overleed aan kanker in New York
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Heller in Pink Tights (1960) - Gayworld.be
Google News - almost 6 years
Deze vrolijke parodie op de western is gemaakt door de legendarische Hollywoodregisseur George Cukor (”The Philadelphia Story”, “A Star Is Born”) en heeft een geweldige cast, bestaande uit de sterren Steve Forrest, Eileen Heckart, Edmund Lowe,
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DVDS; Fighting Good Fight, The Swashbuckler Becomes a Hero
NYTimes - over 6 years
IF Errol Flynn hadn't existed, Raoul Walsh might have invented him. As one of Hollywood's leading directors of action films, Walsh anticipated him: Although the two didn't work together until the 1941 western ''They Died With Their Boots On,'' characters with Flynn's combination of swagger, charm and frequent self-destructiveness had inhabited
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CRITIC'S CHOICE; New DVDs
NYTimes - over 8 years
LE PLAISIR ''Le Plaisir'' (1952) is not the best of the three Max Ophuls classics Criterion is releasing today: that would be ''The Earrings of Madame de ...'' (1953), one of the greatest films ever made, and one of the most written about. But it is good to see this neglected, comparatively unknown movie getting its moment in the sun. (The third
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Movies
NYTimes - about 9 years
MOVIES Ratings and running times are in parentheses; foreign films have English subtitles. Full reviews of all current releases, movie trailers, showtimes and tickets: nytimes.com/movies. PANORAMAS OF THE MOVING IMAGE Wonder and beauty are the ruling deities in the Titus Lobby Galleries of the Museum of Modern Art, where artifacts from
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Critic's Choice: New DVD's
NYTimes - over 11 years
Fox Film Noir It seems that Fox Home Entertainment is suddenly making a bid to rival Warner Home Video and the Criterion Collection for first-rate handling of its library titles. The second batch of Fox Film Noir, arriving in stores today, includes impeccable transfers of three important titles: Edmund Goulding's spectacularly sordid 1947
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Mary Brian, 96, an Actress in Silent Films and the Talkies
NYTimes - about 14 years
Mary Brian, a film star and memorable ingénue who bridged the silent and early sound eras, died on Monday in Del Mar, Calif. She was 96 and lived in Los Angeles. Between ''Peter Pan'' in 1924 and ''Dragnet'' in 1947 Ms. Brian appeared in 82 films. Petite, with blue-gray eyes and dark-brown curls, she was one of Hollywood's romantic leading ladies
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Metropolitan Diary
NYTimes - almost 17 years
DEAR DIARY: I live in Kittery, Me., but work in New York occasionally. Many of my friends at home think I am a nut for diving into the New York experience regularly. This incident, which seemed very un-New York and at the same time very New York, is one of the reasons I do it. I left a showroom in SoHo just before 6 p.m. and headed across Spring
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CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK; The Days When Spies Were Chic, Not Sleazy
NYTimes - over 21 years
IF espionage were one-tenth as romantic an activity as it has traditionally been portrayed in the movies, lines of people eager for the chance to be spies would form around every government office in the Western world. That glamorous image runs through many of the films in the series "Spies, Moles and Double Agents," an entertaining survey of
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Observer; Lean And Mean
NYTimes - about 24 years
In the spirit of the times, we are downsizing the staff that writes these columns. Thanks to the downsizing, we are at last free to say "downsizing," having downsized Walter Mulmer, whose task was to keep the column free of what he called "mushmouth" words. Good old Walter. How we shall miss him. He would never have let us say we were downsizing.
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OBSERVER; Is That All There Is?
NYTimes - over 30 years
Cable TV came to our house last month. Now I can get the Weather Channel. It tells me of the climate in faraway places: Very hot in Dallas. Severe thunderstorm warnings for three counties in Kansas. I struggle to get interested, but fail. It is hard getting interested in weather that is 1,500 miles away. Great distance from the scene of hardship
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Edmund Lowe
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1971
    Age 80
    Died on April 21, 1971.
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  • 1957
    Age 66
    He also starred in 35 episodes of the 1950s television show, Front Page Detective and appeared as the elderly lead villain in the first episode of Maverick opposite James Garner in 1957.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1926
    Age 35
    He is best remembered for his role as Sergeant Quirt in the 1926 movie, What Price Glory.
    More Details Hide Details Making a smooth transition to talking pictures he remained popular but by the mid '30s he was no longer a major star although he occasionally played leading man to the likes of Jean Harlow, Mae West, and Claudette Colbert. He remained a valuable supporting actor at the major studios while continuing in leads for such "Poverty Row" studios as Columbia Pictures where his skills could bolster low budget productions.
  • 1925
    Age 34
    Lowe and Tashman were wed on September 21, 1925. The wedding occurred before the release of the film. The two made their home in Hollywood. Lowe's third wife was costume designer Rita Kaufman (1888–1968). They were married from 1936 to 1940.
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    After his first marriage to Esther Miller ended in early 1925, Lowe met Lilyan Tashman (1896–1934) while filming Ports of Call.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1890
    Born
    Born on March 3, 1890.
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