Ian Hunter
Actor
Ian Hunter
Ian Hunter was a British character actor. Among dozens of film roles, his best-remembered appearances include That Certain Woman (1937) with Bette Davis, The Adventures of Robin Hood, The Little Princess (1939, as Captain Reginald Crewe) and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941, as Dr. Lanyon). Hunter returned to the Robin Hood legend in the 1955 TV series The Adventures of Robin Hood in the recurring role of Sir Richard of the Lea.
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The iPod of the Hurricane: Songs for a Windy Weekend - New Yorker (blog)
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Ian Hunter, “Irene Wilde”: The obvious choice would be “Goodnight Irene,” the folk standard originally recorded by Lead Belly, popularized by the Weavers, and covered by everyone from Jerry Lee Lewis to the Meat Puppets. But if it's Irenes you want,
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Recut 'Paradise Lost 3' and Oliver Stone's U.S. History Doc Added to New York ... - Indie Wire (blog)
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Rock legend Ian Hunter will attend the festival and participate in a Q&A following the film's screenings. Mention the name Roger Corman and you conjure up a whole world of movie-making: screaming young women in tight sweaters, lumbering monsters
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Chalfont St Peter attack victim suffers fractured eye socket - Bucks Free Press
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Ch Insp Ian Hunter, area commander, said: “Serious assaults are extremely rare in the Chiltern area and we are working hard to investigate the circumstances around how this man received his injuries.” Anyone with information should call Det Sgt
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Wong highlights IVF inequity - Sydney Star Observer
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Out Labor MLC Ian Hunter said as a result of the committee findings, a new amendment bill has been drawn up and is likely to be presented to parliament in the next 12 months. “This discriminatory provision in the IVF legislation must be changed,”
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Singled Out: Rick Tedesco's See You In Hell - antiMUSIC.com
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Today Rick Tedesco tells us about "See You In Hell " from his brand new album "A Light In The Attic," which features Ian Hunter and Dennis Dunaway. Here is the story: See You In Hell is a front runner for being one of the more commercial radio friendly
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Fingers pointed in Rann leaking - Adelaide Now
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MLC Ian Hunter has been accused as the source of the leak which ended Premier Mike Rann's leadership prematurely. Picture: Mark Brake Source: The Advertiser LEGISLATIVE Council MP Ian Hunter has been accused of being the source of the leak that
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Ian Hunter and Dennis Dunaway Appear On New Rick Tedesco Album - antiMUSIC.com
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On Friday Ian Hunter and Dennis Dunaway Appear On New Rick Tedesco Album was a top story. Here is the recap: Rick Tedesco has released a new solo CD, 'A Light In The Attic," which features Ian Hunter and Dennis Dunaway. Here is the official word: Known
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CD review: Foster the People 'Torches' - NewsOK.com
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Singer-songwriter Mark Foster appropriates the cadence of Ian Hunter's “Cleveland Rocks” (Foster is a Cleveland, Ohio, native) for the chorus of “Kicks” and drizzles as much sonic confection as he can on the track, which almost obscures the lyrics
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River Island set to open in Pavilions - Fingal Independent
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'We can confirm River Island is coming to the centre, which is really positive news,' Pavilions centre director, Ian Hunter, told the Fingal Independent. 'It will be a sizeable store – work has started to amalgamate two units and it will stretch to the
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Hunter Slams Feds over CNIs - Blaze
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South Australian Labor MLC Ian Hunter has hit out at the Federal Government's current policy which refuses to issue Certificates of Non Impediment, CNIs, for same sex couples who wish to marry overseas. Hunter explained in his speech that CNIs are
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SA's only gay MP Ian Hunter forced to wed in New York - Adelaide Now
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Source: Supplied THE state's only openly gay politician, the Upper House's Ian Hunter, is considering going to New York to marry. But he says his plans are being affected by "bureaucratic bigotry" - the Federal Government's refusal to certify there is
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Labor MP seeks to wed - Sydney Star Observer
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The Federal Government has had a gauntlet thrown down before it by South Australian state MP, Ian Hunter, who has applied for no-impediment to wed documentation so that he his partner can marry. However Hunter told the SA Legislative Council today,
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Hawke's Bay chippies keen to scoop big prize - Hawke's Bay Today
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EYES ON THE FRIES: Prue and Ian Hunter, from Pirimai Chippie and Serious Burgers, are going for gold in the national best chips competition. Photo / Glenn Taylor Hbt112965-01 The Chip Group is on the look-out for the best chips in the land,
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Springsteen, Van Zandt salute E Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons - Los Angeles Times (blog)
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The latter includes his prominent part on Aretha Franklin's Grammy-winning 1985 hit “Freeway of Love,” his duet the same year with Jackson Browne “You Are a Friend of Mine,” and a collaboration with Mott the Hoople frontman Ian Hunter on “All of the
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Tracie Hunter (with Joe Elliott) - Music News
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She might be daughter of a rock n roll icon but make no mistake, Tracie Hunter (daddy is Ian Hunter) is a talented artist in her own right. This first release taken from her forthcoming studio album Vasilisa is proof. Written by Joe Droukas and
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Ian Hunter
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1975
    Age 74
    Died on September 22, 1975.
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  • 1961
    Age 60
    Although there was some American playhouse theater in the mid-1950s, Hunter was bound to England, working once more for Powell in 1961 before retiring in the middle of that decade after nearly a hundred outings before the camera.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 1955
    Age 54
    Hunter returned to the Robin Hood legend in the 1955 TV series The Adventures of Robin Hood in the recurring role of Sir Richard of the Lea.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1948
    Age 47
    He appeared once more on Broadway in 1948 and made Edward, My Son (1949) for George Cukor.
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  • 1942
    Age 41
    He was staying regularly busy in Hollywood until into 1942 when he returned to Britain to serve in the war effort.
    More Details Hide Details After the war Hunter stayed on in London, making films and doing stage work.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1935
    Age 34
    Hunter was also paired in seven movies with Kay Francis between 1935 and 1938.
    More Details Hide Details Hunter was playing the field as well - he was at Twentieth Century as everybody's favorite father-hero - including Shirley Temple - in the The Little Princess (1939). And he was the unforgettable benign guardian angel-like Cambreau in Loew's Strange Cargo (1940) with Clark Gable.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1928
    Age 27
    By late 1928 he returned to Broadway for only a months run in the original comedy "Olympia" but stayed on in America via his first connection with Hollywood.
    More Details Hide Details The film was Syncopation (1929), his first sound film and that for RKO, that is, one of the early mono efforts, sound mix with the usual silent acting. As if restless to keep ever cycling back and forth across the Atlantic - fairly typical of Hunter's career - he returned to London for Dean's mono thriller Escape! (1930). There was an interval of fifteen films in toto before Hunter returned to Hollywood and by then he was well established as a leading man. With The Girl from 10th Avenue (1935) with Bette Davis, Hunter made his connection with Warner Bros. But before settling in with them through much of the 1930s, he did three pictures in succession with another gifted and promising British director, Michael Powell. He then began the films he is most remembered from Hollywood's Golden Era. Although a small part, he is completely engaging and in command as the Duke in the Shakespearean extravaganza of Austrian theater master Max Reinhardt, A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935) for Warner's. It marked the start of a string of nearly thirty films for WB. Among the best remembered was his jovial King Richard in the rollicking The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938).
  • 1927
    Age 26
    He then met up-and-coming mystery and suspense director Alfred Hitchcock in 1927.
    More Details Hide Details He did Hitch's The Ring (1927) - about the boxing game, not suspense - and stayed for the director's When Boys Leave Home (1927). And with a few more films into the next year he was back with Hitchcock once more for Easy Virtue (1928), the Noel Coward play.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1917
    Age 16
    But in 1917 - and being only 17 - he joined the army to serve in France for the year of war still remaining.
    More Details Hide Details Within two years he did indeed make his stage-acting debut. Hunter would never forget that the stage was the thing when the lure of moving making called - he would always return through his career. With a jovial face perpetually on the verge of smiling and a friendly and mildly British accent, Hunter had good guy lead written all over him. He decided to sample the relatively young British silent film industry by taking a part in Not for Sale (1924) for British director W.P. Kellino who had started out writing and acting for the theater. Hunter then made his first trip to the U.S. - Broadway, not Hollywood - because Basil Dean, well known British actor, director, and producer, was producing Sheridan's "The School for Scandal" at the Knickerbocker Theater - unfortunately folding after one performance. It was a more concerted effort with film the next year back in Britain, again with Kellino.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1900
    Born
    Born on June 13, 1900.
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