Lowell Sherman
Actor, director
Lowell Sherman
Lowell Sherman was an American actor and film director. Born in San Francisco, Sherman began his career as an actor, usually playing playboys or villains in films such as Way Down East (1920), Molly O' (1921), Ladies of Leisure (1930), and What Price Hollywood? (1932).
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Will HBO Arbuckle Bio Tell the Truth About Early Hollywood? - AVN News (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
The troubles that sank Arbuckle's 12-year film career began on September 5, 1921—Labor Day—when Arbuckle, taking a break between films, rented three suites at San Francisco's St. Francis Hotel with actor/director Lowell Sherman and cameraman Fred
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Joan Blondell on TCM: DAMES, WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER? - Alt Film Guide (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Or infrequently seen fare such as Lowell Sherman's comedy The Greeks Had a Word for Them (1932); William A. Graham's Waterhole #3 (1967); Lee H. Katzin's The Phynx (1970), a curiosity thanks to its numerous star cameos (Martha Raye, Busby Berkeley,
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Tropicalia History: What is this? - The News-Press
Google News - over 5 years
... Bob Clark of Alva; Matt Uzzell of Fort Myers; Charles A. Powell of Fort Myers; Toby Ballard of LaBelle; Marti (no last name) of Fort Myers Beach; Raymond Flint of North Fort Myers; Lydia Lowell-Sherman of Fort Myers; Larry A. Simons of Fort Myers;
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Les meilleurs films de ce samedi 23 juillet - Télé Moustique
Google News - over 5 years
De Lowell Sherman (1933). Avec Mae West, Cary Grant. Dès son deuxième film, ce Lady Lou adapté d'une pièce qu'elle avait écrite, Mae West donne des vapeurs aux ligues de décence. Il faut dire qu'elle y incarne une chanteuse à la démarche chaloupée et à
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She Done Him Wrong (1933) - Gayworld.be
Google News - over 5 years
“She Done Him Wrong” is een Pre-Code film uit 1933 onder regie van Lowell Sherman. De film is gebaseerd op het Broadwaystuck “Diamond Lil”, dat in première ging in 1928. De film werd genomineerd voor een Oscar voor Beste Film
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DVDS; Italian Passion, Hollywood Hooey
NYTimes - about 6 years
SENSO ''Senso'' (1954) has long been the least seen of Luchino Visconti's masterworks, mainly because the original three-strip Technicolor negative has shrunk, making it impossible to render Visconti's painterly hues with any measure of accuracy. But now, the miracle of digital restoration, as financed by the Film Foundation and performed by the
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CRITIC'S CHOICE; New DVD's
NYTimes - over 8 years
GRIFFITH MASTERWORKS 2 D. W. Griffith, one of the most celebrated figures in American film, is probably the only silent-movie director whose name is known to the general public. And yet, as a new boxed set from Kino, ''Griffith Masterworks 2,'' reminds us, he is still underappreciated, with much of his work waiting to be rediscovered. A few decades
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Critic's Choice: New DVDs
NYTimes - over 9 years
Katharine Hepburn 100th Anniversary Celebration The centenaries are mounting up this year: We've already had Laurence Olivier (May 22) and John Wayne (May 26); approaching are Barbara Stanwyck (July 16), Rosalind Russell (June 4), Fay Wray (Sept. 15) and Gene Autry (Sept. 29). Katharine Hepburn's 100th birthday was May 12, though for years she
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HOME VIDEO; NEW CASSETES: GLORIOUS 'FALSTAFF,' VIBRANT HEPBURN
NYTimes - over 31 years
Morning Glory Starring Katharine Hepburn, Adolphe Menjou, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Mary Duncan, C. Aubrey Smith; directed by Lowell Sherman, 1933 RKO Video 74 minutes. $34.95 ''Morning Glory'' is dated, to put it mildly. Here's the old story -adapted from a Zoe Akins play -about an unknown actress miraculously wafted to overnight fame as a
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MAMOULIAN'S COLOR CLASSIC RESTORED
NYTimes - over 32 years
When Rouben Mamoulian began working almost 50 years ago on what was to become the first full-color Technicolor feature - a screen adaptation of Thackeray's ''Vanity Fair'' - the director's main challenge in tackling the new technique was to ''use color to intensify dramatic values.'' On Saturday, the New York Film Festival will pay tribute to his
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    FORTIES
  • 1934
    Age 48
    Sherman died three days after Christmas 1934 from pneumonia, aged 49, shortly after starting the filming of Becky Sharp (RKO, 1935) which was completed by Rouben Mamoulian.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1923
    Age 37
    On Broadway in 1923 Sherman played Casanova in a play of that name.
    More Details Hide Details His leading lady was Katharine Cornell. He was married three times: to Evelyn Booth (1915–22), Pauline Garon (1926–30) and to actress Helene Costello (1930–32), younger sister of Dolores Costello.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1885
    Born
    Born in 1885.
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