Lenore Ulric
American actress
Lenore Ulric
Lenore Ulric was a star of the Broadway stage and Hollywood films of the silent-film and early sound era. Her father, Franz Xavier Ulrich, was a United States Army hospital steward. He gave his daughter the name Lenore because of his fondness for the Edgar Allan Poe poem, "The Raven. " Miss Ulric dropped the H from her last name. She felt she was destined to become a stage actress from an early age. At the height of her stage career she was one of the brightest stars of the American theater.
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Choosing love altered starlet's career - Salisbury Post
Google News - over 5 years
Divorced from actress Lenore Ulric in 1939, the distinguished actor asked the gorgeous Miss Kaaren to marry him. “I wanted to do the right thing,” Suzanne told Julie and me, “so I went to Mr. Mayer and told him of my intentions of marrying Mr. Blackmer
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THE GUIDE
NYTimes - over 17 years
Croton-on-Hudson Tour Tours of Croton-on-Hudson aboard a trolley-like bus will leave hourly today from 11 A.M. to 4 P.M. from the Stanley Kellerhouse Municipal Building at 1 Van Wyck Street. A $5 fee is payable at the site, a former schoolhouse that cost $75,000 to build in 1909. Its windows are currently being replaced at a cost of $225,000.
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SPOTLIGHT
NYTimes - over 17 years
As the ill-fated Paris courtesan who aspires to respectability and forbidden love in CAMILLE (1937), Greta Garbo drew the most enthusiastic reviews of her luminous career. Under George Cukor's astute direction, the actress reached her emotional peak, quietly complimented by a young Robert Taylor (above, with Garbo) as the infatuated Armand, in this
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Paid Notice: Deaths DUBOIS, WILLIAM
NYTimes - almost 20 years
DUBOIS-William, 93, died March 16 in Farmington, Connecticut. He was born November 29, 1903 in St. Augustine, Florida, son of the late Virginia Markel DuBois and William Henry Thompson DuBois. Mr. DuBois graduated from Columbia University in 1925 with a degree in Journalism. He joined the 'New York Times' upon graduation and worked for many years
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CONNECTICUT GUIDE
NYTimes - over 21 years
BETTER THAN T-SHIRTS Big craft shows can be a source of some extraordinary finds, but small shows can be just as productive and a lot less harried -- like the one in Bethany on Saturday from 10 to 4. Only 45 artisans have been picked for this juried exhibition and sale, making booth visiting quite do-able in the time alotted. Be warned that this is
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1970
    Age 77
    Lenore Ulric died of heart failure in Rockland State Hospital, Orangeburg, New York on December 30, 1970.
    More Details Hide Details She had been a patient there for several years. She was 78 years old. Miss Ulric was survived by an older sister, Mrs. Florence Ulric Smith of Croton-on-Hudson. LoC = Library of Congress)
  • THIRTIES
  • 1928
    Age 35
    Ulric was married to actor Sidney Blackmer from 1928-1939.
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  • 1926
    Age 33
    One of Ulric's biggest hits for Belasco was in 1926's Lulu Belle where she played a prostitute, a genre that spawned several Broadway hits in the 1920s.
    More Details Hide Details The actress remained with Belasco until the autumn prior to his 1931 death. Lenore came to Hollywood in 1929 and appeared in Frozen Justice and South Sea Rose. She signed with Fox Film Corporation to make several films with an approximate salary of $650,000. Frozen Justice was directed by Allan Dwan. Some of the scenes were filmed in Alaska. She was successful in a supporting role in Camille, which starred Greta Garbo. Ulric returned to Broadway in 1940, acting in The Fifth Column by Ernest Hemingway and again in 1947, in a revival of Antony and Cleopatra.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1915
    Age 22
    Just before she was discovered by theatrical producer David Belasco, Miss Ulric toured in a road company of The Bird of Paradise. She wrote to Belasco and in the fall of 1915 she made her New York debut at the Princess Theater in The Mark of the Beast.
    More Details Hide Details Soon she took part in The Heart of Wetona. Under Belasco's management Lenore played a variety of female roles. She was an Indian maid in Tiger Rose, a French-Canadian heroine in The Son-Daughter, and a Chinese girl in Kiki.
    In 1915 she went to work for Pallas Pictures starring in several pictures that survive today at the Library of Congress.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1892
    Born
    Born on July 21, 1892.
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