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William Desmond Taylor ( William Cunningham Deane-Tanner) ( Carlow, de Irlanda, 26 de abril de 1872 - Los Ángeles, 1 de febrero de 1922) fue un actor y director de películas de cine mudo. Contaba con una gran popularidad en Hollywood durante los años 10 y principios de los 20. 1
William Desmond Taylor (born William Cunningham Deane-Tanner, 26 April 1872 – 1 February 1922) was an Anglo-Irish -American film director and actor.
- Homicide by gunshot
- Irish (1872–1890), American (1890–1922)
- Director, actor
Director William Desmond Taylor, interred in the Cathedral Mausoleum, was at the height of his success when he was found dead in his apartment in 1922. William Desmond Taylor was one of the biggest directors in early Hollywood, with hits such as 1916’s House of Lies
05/03/2020 · El 2 de febrero de 1922, William Desmond Taylor, actor y director de cine mudo acababa de ser asesinado, y con él, primer escándalo mediático acababa de nacer. 5 min por Cinexcepción 2 años 288 views El 2 de febrero de 1922 a las 7:30 de la mañana la policía fue llamada al departamento 404-B del complejo Alvarado Court en Westlake Los Angeles.
21/05/2021 · William Desmond Taylor is considered a star director of Hollywood’s silent film era. However, for many, his professional success is overshadowed by the tragedy of his murder, which remains unsolved to this day. Hollywood’s star director Taylor was seen as one of Hollywood’s leading filmmakers during the early 1900s.
15/02/2019 · Death of a Gentleman – The Unsolved Murder of William Desmond Taylor February 15, 2019 by Annie Murphy The temperature in Los Angeles was just above freezing on the morning of Thursday, February 2, 1922. Henry Peavey was glad to get to his workplace – a stylish bungalow in the affluent Westlake district – as it would surely be warm inside.
William Desmond Taylor was found dead inside his home in Los Angeles on February 2, 1922. Quickly, a crowd gathered inside the small home—locking down a crime scene wasn’t really a “thing” in those days. A strange figure from the crowd, claiming to be a doctor, stepped forward to examine the body.