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  1. Barbara Stanwyck. Barbara Stanwyck (born Ruby Catherine Stevens; July 16, 1907 – January 20, 1990) was an American actress, model and dancer. A stage, film, and television star, during her 60-year professional career she was known for her strong, realistic screen presence and versatility. She was a favorite of directors, including Cecil B ...

  2. Barbara Stanwyck ( Brooklyn, 16 de julio de 1907 - Santa Mónica, 20 de enero de 1990) fue una actriz estadounidense, candidata cuatro veces a los Premios Óscar de Hollywood y ganadora finalmente de uno honorífico en 1982. Es «uno de los mitos del Séptimo Arte » y una de las mujeres fatales más emblemáticas de la historia del cine. Índice

  3. Barbara Stanwyck (born Ruby Catherine Stevens; Julie 16, 1907 – Januar 20, 1990) wis an American actress. She wis a film an telly starn, kent during her 60-year career as a consummate an versatile professional wi a strang, realistic screen presence, an a favorite o directors includin Cecil B. DeMille, Fritz Lang an Frank Capra.

  4. Barbara Stanwyck (July 16, 1907 – January 20, 1990) was an American actress of movie, stage, and television . In 1999, the American Film Institute named her among the Greatest Female Stars of All Time, ranking at No. 11. She was awarded the Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille Award. Other websites Wikimedia Commons has media related to Barbara Stanwyck.

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    Academy Awards

    Stanwyck was nominated for the Best Actress Academy Award four times. She never won, but received an honorary award in 1982, "for superlative creativity and unique contribution to the art of screen acting".

    Lux Radio Theatre

    Stanwyck made 16 appearances on LUX Radio Theatre hosted by Cecil B. DeMille, from August 3, 1936 through 1943. She appeared in the following episodes: 1. "Main Street" 2. "Stella Dallas" 3. "These Three" 4. "Dark Victory" 5. "Morning Glory" 6. "So Big" 7. "Wuthering Heights" 8. "Only Yesterday" 9. "Remember The Night" 10. "Smilin' Through" 11. "The Lady Eve" 12. "Penny Serenade" 13. "Ball of Fire" 14. "This Above All" 15. "The Gay Sisters" 16. "The Great Man's Lady"

    Jack Benny's radio and television programs

    Stanwyck and her husband Robert Taylor were part of the inner social circle of Mary Livingstone and Jack Benny. She often appeared on Benny's radio program, sometimes in a parody of her own movies, and made her television debut on The Jack Benny Program weekly television show in 1952.The following is a sample listing of episodes in which she appeared with Benny.

    Callahan, Dan (2012). "Filmography". Barbara Stanwyck : The Miracle Woman. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi. ISBN 978-1-61703-184-7. (subscription required)
    Madsen, Axel (1994). Stanwyck. New York City, NY: HarperCollins. ISBN 0-06-017997-X.
    Smith, Ella (1974). Starring Miss Barbara Stanwyck. New York, Crown Publishers. ISBN 978-0-517-50602-8.
    Wilson, Victoria (2013). A life of Barbara Stanwyck (First Simon & Schuster ed.). New York. ISBN 978-1-4391-9998-5.
    Barbara Stanwyck on stage, screen, radio and television at IMDb
    Barbara Stanwyck on stage, screen, radio and television at the TCM Movie Database
    Barbara Stanwyck on stage, screen, radio and television at AllMovie
  5. Barbara Stanwyck ( 16 de xunetu de 1907 , Brooklyn – 20 de xineru de 1990 , Santa Monica) foi una actriz d' Estaos Xuníos, candidata cuatro vegaes a los Premiu Óscar de Hollywood y ganadora finalmente d'unu honoríficu en 1982. Ye unu de los Mitos del Séptimu Arte y una de les muyeres fatales más emblemátiques de la historia del cine. Conteníu

  6. Ruby Catherine Stevens, coñecida como Barbara Stanwyck, nada en Nova York o 16 de xullo de 1907 e finada en Santa Monica ( California) o 20 de xaneiro de 1990 foi unha actriz estadounidense de cinema e televisión.