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  1. Henry Churchill de Mille (September 17, 1853 – February 10, 1893) was an American businessman and Georgist, and the father of film pioneers Cecil B. de Mille and William C. de Mille, and the paternal grandfather of the dancer and choreographer Agnes de Mille . Contents 1 Early life 2 Theatrical career 3 Marriage 4 Death 5 Legacy 6 References

  2. 19 de ene. de 2023 · Henry Churchill de Mille (September 17, 1853 – February 10, 1893) was an American businessman and Georgist, and the father of film pioneers Cecil B. de Mille and William C. de Mille, and the paternal grandfather of the dancer and choreographer Agnes de Mille.

  3. 27 de abr. de 2022 · Henry Churchill deMille, playwright, was the son of William Edward and Margaret Blount Hoyt deMille, both of Washington, N.C., where young deMille was born. During the Civil War his father joined the Confederate Army and the family refugeed to Greenville.

  4. 17 Sept. 1853–10 Feb. 1893. Henry Churchill deMille, playwright, was the son of William Edward and Margaret Blount Hoyt deMille, both of Washington, N.C., where young deMille was born. During the Civil War his father joined the Confederate Army and the family refugeed to Greenville. He rapidly learned the difficulties and inconveniences of life in ...

  5. Cecil Blount DeMille, más conocido como Cecil B. DeMille, fue un productor y director de cine estadounidense conocido por sus películas espectaculares, muchas de las cuales fueron éxitos en la taquilla. Entre ellas están El rey de reyes, Los diez mandamientos, Cleopatra, Sansón y Dalila, El mayor espectáculo del mundo y la segunda versión de Los diez mandamientos, la séptima película más taquillera de todos los tiempos y la primera de la lista que se basa en la Biblia.

  6. de Mille died from typhoid. Bio by: TLS Find A Grave member #372. Husband of Beatrice and father of Cecil B. and William de Mille, Henry's father fought for South in the Civil War. Henry graduated from Columbia College in 1875 and taught school for 7 years. Henry worked as a play reader for the Madison Square Theatre.