Ina Claire
Actress
Ina Claire
Ina Claire was an American stage and film actress.
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Ina Claire's personal information overview.
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7th Ward double homicide witness is grilled about his own charges - NOLA.com
Google News - over 5 years
Dominick, 42, testified that he watched from his parents' house in the 1900 block of Duels Street as Henry shot Ina Claire Gex, 67. Police claim that Henry, 35, gunned down Gex at close range as he was leaving the house on June 14, 2004,
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7th Ward double homicide will finally get its day in court - NOLA.com
Google News - over 5 years
The double murder seven years ago of Durelli Watts and her daughter, Ina Claire Gex, shook the neighborhood and beyond, both for the status of the victims -- elderly members of a prominent New Orleans family -- and for the stunning violence behind it
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10 Best Movies With Greek Subtitles - Screen Junkies
Google News - over 5 years
Greta Garbo, Melvyn Douglas, and Ina Claire star in this Oscar-nominated film. “The Quiet Man.” And for Greek fans of John Wayne, there's “The Quiet Man.” This Oscar-winning 1952 film centers on a disgraced American boxer who retires to his Irish
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Brilliant Chanel - Allie Is Wired
Google News - over 5 years
And by the time Gloria Swanson and Ina Claire became famous, Chanel already had been the epitome of glamour, for decades. Today's print ads for Chanel perfumes, featuring the lithe and lovely Audrey Tautou perfectly capture the image of Chanel that has
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Police beat - Opelousas Daily World
Google News - over 5 years
Eight incidents of criminal trespassing, in the 1500 block of South Market Street, in the 1400 block of West Grolee Street, in the 1000 block of Azalea Street, in the 1300 block of Nash Drive, in the 1100 block of Ina Claire Drive, in the 800 block of
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Court records - Opelousas Daily World
Google News - over 5 years
Patricia Carron, 1226 Ina Claire Drive 466, Opelousas, aggravated assault, disturbing the peace. » Lawrence Chenier, 1863 La. 749, Opelousas, expired inspection sticker, no driver's license. » George Clay, 662 Country Ridge Road 14, Opelousas,
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I Grandi Maestri del Cinema: “Ninotchka” di Ernst Lubitsch - Cinemio.it - il cinema dal punto di vista dello spettatore
Google News - almost 6 years
La Russia invia a Parigi tre fidati collaboratori – Buljanoff, Kopalski e Iranoff – ad occuparsi della vendita dei gioielli che il Paese ha confiscato alla Granduchessa Swana (Ina Claire) dopo essere stata esiliata in seguito alla Rivoluzione russa
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Tashman, Lilyan (1896-1934) - Gayworld.be
Google News - almost 6 years
Het stuk liep twee jaar en Tashman verving vaak de ster Ina Claire. In 1921 maakte Tashman haar filmdebuut in “Experience” en toen het stuk “The Gold Diggers” werd gesloten, stond ze op de planken in de stukken “The Garden of Weeds” en “Madame Pierre”
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Classic Film Society begins season May 14; seeks old home movies - Quad-Cities Online
Google News - almost 6 years
Dorothy McGuire, Robert Young, Ina Claire, Reginald Gardiner, Olga Baclanova, Jean Howard. Wise and gentle story of the sad and wonderful transformation of a girlish bride into a mature woman. Winged Victory (1944) 130 min
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Police Beat - Opelousas Daily World
Google News - almost 6 years
Two reports of fighting, on Ina Claire Drive, and in the 500 block of Congress Street. » Four reports of simple battery, in the 600 block of South Railroad Avenue, in the 4100 block of Interstate 49 Service Road, in the 1200 block of Newman Street,
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Personal Letter from a 16-Year Old Marilyn Monroe Sells for $52460 at Bonhams ... - Art Daily
Google News - almost 6 years
$3000-5000, sold for $14640) and an autograph letter from F. Scott Fitzgerald to actress Ina Claire, sent in the hours before a date, and another sent the next morning, apologizing for his boorish behavior (est. $3000-5000, sold for $12200 and $8540
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El glamour del Hollywood dorado, para el mejor postor - El Correo Digital (Álava)
Google News - almost 6 years
... Faulkner con Warner Bros. para el guión de 'The De Gaulle Story', un filme que nunca se llegó a rodar, o las palabras de arrepentimiento de F. Scott Fitzgerald a la actriz Ina Claire tras una cita en la que su comportamiento no fue el más adecuado
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F.Y.I.; Oh, Behave
NYTimes - over 7 years
Oh, Behave Q.Where did the term ''gold digger,'' for a woman seeking a rich husband, come from? A. In a word, Broadway. Its first appearance we could find in print was an announcement of the Sept. 30, 1919, premiere of ''The Gold Diggers,'' a comedy by Avery Hopwood, at the Lyceum Theater. Ina Claire, photo above, played the role of the lead
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THEATER REVIEW; Earthy Liaisons, Magnolia Scented
NYTimes - over 13 years
Pretty women, pretty men, pretty words. Surface charm runs high in Marsha Norman's ''Last Dance,'' a play that suggests that if loveliness is not next to godliness, it is at least kind of divine. This perfumed comedy of good manners and erotic entanglements, which opened last night at the Manhattan Theater Club, is presented as a love poem to a
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On the Auction Block, A Trove of Fabulous Excess
NYTimes - almost 16 years
TONY DUQUETTE did not merely gild the lily. Mr. Duquette, a Tony Award-winning costume designer and decorator who died in 1999, paved the lily's petals with baubles, bangles and beads, its leaves with sequins and its stem with faux malachite tomfoolery. The decorating equivalent of the Gabor sisters, Mr. Duquette -- who designed homes for Jennifer
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Style; The Hills Were Alive. . .
NYTimes - over 16 years
What New Hollywood envies most about Old Hollywood isn't that there was a Cary Grant or a Katharine Hepburn who could star in a ''Philadelphia Story,'' or a George Cukor who could discover both stars and eventually make such a film, or even that there was a Philip Barry who could write the play with such effortless wit. What is most enviable about
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Patterns
NYTimes - over 17 years
For Theater, Not Theatrics Many of the haute couture styles shown last week in Paris were extravagant enough to be termed theatrical, which is funny considering that there's nothing theatrical about the styles in an exhibition of clothes designed for the theater in the first half of the 20th century. Most could have stepped off the stage and into
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THEATER; Two Plays Illuminate Each Other and Their Author
NYTimes - almost 18 years
THE British playwright David Hare, now at the Booth Theater in ''Via Dolorosa,'' his own one-man play about the Arab-Israeli stalemate, reports with some amused chagrin Dame Judi Dench's response to his performance, which marks his debut as a professional actor. A few blocks away, Dame Judi, a longtime pro and a legitimate Dame, is starring in Mr.
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Recalling Brendan Gill, Literary Man About Town
NYTimes - almost 19 years
The writer Brendan Gill, in his lifetime a sought-after speaker at dozens of memorial services, had definite ideas of what such a service should be. He ''believed very strongly that the choice of speakers should be made on the ability to deliver, not on how long they knew the deceased,'' Kent Barwick, his colleague on the New York Landmarks
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THE NEEDIEST CASES;A Beggar's Request That Began a Tradition of Giving
NYTimes - about 21 years
On Christmas Day in 1911, a prosperous businessman finished his turkey dinner and decided to go for a stroll on the streets of New York. What happened to him resulted in the creation of a philanthropy that has helped poor New Yorkers ever since. The businessman was Adolph S. Ochs. In 1896, a century ago this year, he had bought The New York Times,
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Ina Claire
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1985
    Age 91
    Ina Claire died February 21, 1985 in San Francisco, California, aged 91 due to an heart attack.
    More Details Hide Details She is buried in Mount Olivet Cemetery located in Salt Lake City, Utah. She was an inductee in the American Theatre Hall of Fame and has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1915
    Age 21
    She made her onscreen debut in the Cecil B. DeMille film The Wild Goose Chase in 1915.
    More Details Hide Details Claire's second husband was screen actor John Gilbert.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1893
    Born
    Born Ina Fagan in 1893 in Washington, D.C., Claire began her career appearing in vaudeville.
    More Details Hide Details She performed on Broadway in the musicals Jumping Jupiter and The Quaker Girl (both 1911) and Lady Luxury, and starred on Broadway in plays by some of the leading comic dramatists of the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s, including the roles of Jerry Lamarr in Avery Hopwood's The Gold Diggers (1919), Mrs. Cheyney in Frederick Lonsdale's The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (1925), Lady George Grayston in W. Somerset Maugham's Our Betters (1928), and Enid Fuller in George Kelly's Fatal Weakness. Her last stage appearance was as Lady Elizabeth Mulhammer in T. S. Eliot's The Confidential Clerk (1954). She was particularly identified with the high comedies of S. N. Behrman, and created the female leads in three of his plays: Biography (1934), End of Summer (1936), and The Talley Method (1941). Behrman wrote of Claire's performance in one of Behrman's comedies: "Her readings were translucent, her stage presence encompassing. The flick of an intonation deflated pomposity. She never missed a nuance." Critic J. Brooks Atkinson praised Claire for her "refulgent comic intelligence. In films, she is best known as the Grand Duchess in the 1939 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer comedy, political satire Ninotchka.
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