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  1. Gloria Grahame Hallward (November 28, 1923 – October 5, 1981) was an Academy Award-winning American actress and singer. She began her acting career in theatre, and in 1944 made her first film for MGM .

  2. Gloria Grahame, Actress: In a Lonely Place. Gloria Grahame Hallward, an acting pupil of her mother (stage actress and teacher Jean Grahame), acted professionally while still in high school. In 1944 Louis B. Mayer saw her on Broadway and gave her an MGM contract under the name Gloria Grahame. Her debut in the title role of Blonde Fever (1944) was auspicious, but her first public recognition ...

  3. 21/02/2018 · Gloria Grahame arrived at the 25th Academy Awards on the verge of superstardom. It was March 19, 1953, and the 29-year-old had spent the previous year melting away a tart-with-a-heart image that ...

  4. In a Lonely Place: Directed by Nicholas Ray. With Humphrey Bogart, Gloria Grahame, Frank Lovejoy, Carl Benton Reid. A potentially violent screenwriter is a murder suspect until his lovely neighbor clears him.

  5. Grahame's parents first emigrated from the UK to Victoria, British Columbia, Canada in 1911, then moved to Los Angeles, California in 1915. Jean (or Jeanne) McDougall (1890-1894), a Lochranza, Scotland-born stage actress and acting coach, known professionally as Jean Grahame (Gloria's grandmother's maiden name) and London-born decorator, architect and author Reginald Michael Bloxam Hallward ...

  6. www.imdb.com › name › nm0001318Jean Harlow - IMDb

    Jean Harlow, Actress: Suzy. Harlean Carpenter, who later became Jean Harlow, was born in Kansas City, Missouri, on March 3, 1911. She was the daughter of a successful dentist and his wife. In 1927, at the age of 16, she ran away from home to marry a young businessman named Charles McGrew, who was 23. The couple pulled up stakes and moved to Los Angeles, not long after they ...

  7. Françoise-Louise de la Tour, également connue sous les noms de Madame de Warens ou Louise-Françoise-Éléonore de la Tour du Pil, dame de Warens, née le 31 mars 1699 à Vevey, en Suisse, et morte le 29 juillet 1762 à Chambéry, alors dans le duché de Savoie, est une aristocrate suisse, manufacturière, prospectrice de filons miniers, épistolière, espionne et libertine.