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Douglas Fairbanks Menú de navegación VideoTHE MARK OF ZORRO - FULL WESTERN MOVIE - 1920 - STARRING DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS SR. Douglas Fairbanks Douglas Elton Ullman Actor estadounidense Nació el 23 de mayo de Denver. Sus inicios fueron en el teatro. En el año , y con una sólida reputación, firma un contrato con Triangle y rueda El cordero (W. Ch. Cabanne) que tuvo un éxito inmediato. En este mismo año interpretó once películas la mayoría de ellas dirigidas por John Emerson o Allan Dwan quien se. Douglas FairBanks fue un actor, guionista, director y productor estadounidense que destacó en películas de acción. Sumario. 1 Síntesis biográfica. Carrera; 2 Muerte; 3 Fuentes; Síntesis biográfica. Nació el 23 de mayo de Denver. Carrera. 8/12/ · Douglas Fairbanks, American motion picture actor and producer who was one of the first and greatest of the swashbuckling screen heroes. His athletic prowess, gallant romanticism, and natural sincerity made him “King of Hollywood” during the s. After college study Fairbanks . Disney Plus Infos Haupteinsatz war bei der Operation Huskyder Landung alliierter Streitkräfte auf Sizilien. Hauptseite Themenportale Zufälliger Artikel. All diese Figuren erweckte er zum Leben. Lieutenant Fairbanks was subsequently transferred to Virginia Beach where he came under the command of Admiral H. Fix-It producer. Sam Goldwyn borrowed him to play the juvenile in Stella Dallaswhich wound Sonne & Strand being his first box office success. Among his other exploits was the sinking of the corvette UJ formerly the Regia Marina Gabbiano -class Capriolo while in command of a Coopers division of American PT boats and Coopers Insect -class gunboats plus assorted other small craft. Douglas Elton Thomas Ullman Bayern 1 Telefon 23, Denver, ColoradoU. Douglas Fairbanks sen. war ein US-amerikanischer Filmschauspieler, Regisseur, Drehbuchautor und Filmproduzent. Er begann seine Filmkarriere zunächst mit Komödien, avancierte dann aber als Hauptdarsteller von Abenteuerfilmen zu einem der. Douglas Fairbanks sen. (eigentlich Douglas Elton Thomas Ullman; * Mai in Denver, Colorado; † Dezember in Santa Monica, Kalifornien) war. Douglas Elton Ulman Fairbanks junior, KBE (* 9. Dezember in New York City; † 7. Mai , ebenda) war ein US-amerikanischer Filmschauspieler sowie. Als Leinwandpionier, Stummfilmlegende und Held zahlreicher Mantel-und-Degen-Filme steht Douglas Fairbanks wie kein zweiter für das. Douglas Fairbanks Sr. Biography, Life, Interesting Facts. Douglas Fairbanks was born Douglas Elton Ullman on May 23, He was an American Actor, director, producer, and screenwriter. He was popularly known for his roles in silent movies such as ‘The Mark of the Zorro’ and ‘The Thief of Bagdad’ among others. Douglas loved comedy. He was born Douglas Elton Fairbanks, Jr. in New York City, New York, to Anna Beth (Sully), daughter of a very wealthy cotton mogul, and actor Douglas Fairbanks (born Douglas Elton Thomas Ullman), then not yet established as the swashbuckling idol he would become. Fairbanks, Jr. had German Jewish (from his paternal grandfather), English, and. Douglas Fairbanks, American motion picture actor and producer who was one of the first and greatest of the swashbuckling screen heroes. His athletic prowess, gallant romanticism, and natural sincerity made him “King of Hollywood” during the s. After college study Fairbanks began playing stage. Douglas Elton Fairbanks Jr., KBE, DSC (December 9, – May 7, ), was an American actor and producer, and a decorated naval officer of World War II. He is best known for starring in such films as The Prisoner of Zenda (), Gunga Din () and The Corsican Brothers (). Douglas Elton Fairbanks (born Douglas Elton Thomas Ullman; May 23, – December 12, ) was an American actor, screenwriter, director, and producer. He was best known for his swashbuckling roles in silent films including The Thief of Bagdad, Robin Hood, and The Mark of Zorro, but spent the early part of his career making comedies.
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By , Fairbanks was Hollywood's most popular actor,  and within three years of his arrival, Fairbanks' popularity and business acumen raised him to the third-highest paid.
In , Fairbanks capitalized on his rising popularity by publishing a self-help book, Laugh and Live which extolled the power of positive thinking and self-confidence in raising one's health, business and social prospects.
To avoid being controlled by the studios and to protect their independence, Fairbanks, Pickford, Chaplin, and D.
Griffith formed United Artists in , which created their own distributorships and gave them complete artistic control over their films and the profits generated.
Sully was granted a divorce from Fairbanks in late , the judgment being finalized early the following year. After the divorce, the actor was determined to have Pickford become his wife, but she was still married to actor Owen Moore.
Fairbanks finally gave her an ultimatum. She then obtained a rapid divorce in the small Nevada town of Minden on March 2, Fairbanks leased the Beverly Hills mansion Grayhall and was rumored to have used it during his courtship of Pickford.
The couple married on March 28, Pickford's divorce from Moore was contested by Nevada legislators, however, and the dispute was not settled until Even though the lawmakers objected to the marriage, the public widely supported the idea of "Everybody's Hero" marrying "America's Sweetheart".
That enthusiasm, in fact, extended far beyond the borders of the United States. Later, while honeymooning in Europe, Fairbanks and Pickford were warmly greeted by large crowds in London and Paris.
Both internationally and at home, the celebrated couple were regarded as "Hollywood Royalty" and became famous for entertaining at " Pickfair ", their Beverly Hills estate.
By , Fairbanks had completed twenty-nine films twenty-eight features and one two-reel short , which showcased his ebullient screen persona and athletic ability.
By , he had the inspiration of staging a new type of adventure-costume picture, a genre that was then out of favor with the public; Fairbanks had been a comic in his previous films.
It was a smash success, and parlayed the actor into the rank of superstar. For the remainder of his career in silent films he continued to produce and star in ever more elaborate, impressive costume films, such as The Three Musketeers , Douglas Fairbanks in Robin Hood , The Thief of Bagdad , The Black Pirate , and The Gaucho Fairbanks spared no expense and effort in these films, which established the standard for all future swashbuckling films.
In , he, Pickford, Chaplin, and others, helped to organize the Motion Picture Fund to assist those in the industry who could not work, or were unable to meet their bills.
During the first ceremony of its type, on April 30, , Fairbanks and Pickford placed their hand and foot prints in wet cement at the newly opened Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
In the classic comedy Blazing Saddles , Harvey Korman 's villain character sees Fairbanks' prints at Grauman's and exclaims, "How did he do such fantastic stunts Fairbanks was elected first President of the Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences that same year, and he presented the first Academy Awards at the Roosevelt Hotel.
Today, Fairbanks also has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at Hollywood Boulevard. While Fairbanks had flourished in the silent genre, the restrictions of early sound films dulled his enthusiasm for film-making.
His athletic abilities and general health also began to decline at this time, in part due to his years of chain-smoking.
Fairbanks' last silent film was the lavish The Iron Mask , a sequel to the release The Three Musketeers. The Iron Mask included an introductory prologue spoken by Fairbanks.
He and Pickford chose to make their first talkie as a joint venture, playing Petruchio and Kate in Shakespeare 's The Taming of the Shrew This film, and his subsequent sound films, were poorly received by Depression-era audiences.
The last film in which he acted was the British production The Private Life of Don Juan , after which he retired from acting.
Fairbanks and Pickford separated in , after he began an affair with Sylvia, Lady Ashley. Pickford had also been seen in the company of a high-profile industrialist.
They divorced in , with Pickford keeping the Pickfair estate. He continued to be marginally involved in the film industry and United Artists, but his later years lacked the intense focus of his film years.
His health continued to decline. During his final years he lived at Ocean Front now Pacific Coast Highway in Santa Monica, California, although much of his time was spent traveling abroad with his third wife, Lady Ashley.
On December 12, , Fairbanks suffered a heart attack. He died later that day at his home in Santa Monica at the age of Only once in three years would I get a part that I cared about.
I kept going up and down the ladder and not getting any place. There was nothing stable about my career in Hollywood.
He intended to return to Hollywood to appear in Design for Living , but became ill and was replaced by Gary Cooper. He did ultimately return to Hollywood for Success at Any Price at RKO, then returned to London for Mimi The latter starred Gertrude Lawrence , who became romantically involved with Fairbanks Jr.
Fairbanks fell ill during the flu epidemic. Fairbanks set up his own film production company, Criterion Films, where the board members included Paul Czinner.
He announced Lancelot but did not make it. Selznick offered him the role of Rupert of Hentzau in The Prisoner of Zenda He had been reluctant to accept the role but his father urged him to do it, saying it was "actor proof".
RKO used him as Irene Dunne 's leading man in Joy of Living At Universal he was Danielle Darrieux 's co star in The Rage of Paris and Ginger Rogers 's in RKO's Having Wonderful Time Selznick used him again in The Young in Heart with Janet Gaynor.
Fairbanks then had his biggest-ever hit with RKO's Gunga Din , alongside Cary Grant and Victor McLaglen. He had a change of pace when he starred in and co-produced Angels Over Broadway , written and directed by Ben Hecht at Columbia.
His last film before enlisting was The Corsican Brothers , a swashbuckler made as tribute to Fairbanks' father.
Fairbanks did not have faith in the film while it was being filmed "I thought we were cutting corners" but it was a huge success. Although celebrated as an actor, Fairbanks was commissioned as a reserve officer in the United States Navy when the United States entered World War II and was assigned to Lord Mountbatten 's Commando staff in the United Kingdom.
In , President Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed him special envoy to South America. Lieutenant Fairbanks was subsequently transferred to Virginia Beach where he came under the command of Admiral H.
Kent Hewitt , who was preparing U. Fairbanks convinced Hewitt of the advantages of a military deception unit, then repeated the proposal at Hewitt's behest to Admiral Ernest King , Chief of Naval Operations.
King thereupon issued a secret letter on March 5, charging the Vice Chief of Naval Operations with the recruitment of officers and enlisted men for the Beach Jumper program.
The Beach Jumpers' mission would simulate amphibious landings with a very limited force. Operating dozens of kilometers from the actual landing beaches and utilizing their deception equipment, the Beach Jumpers would lure the enemy into believing that theirs was the principal landing.
United States Navy Beach Jumpers saw their initial action in Operation Husky , the invasion of Sicily. For the remainder of the war, the Beach Jumpers conducted their hazardous, shallow-water operations throughout the Mediterranean.
Fairbanks was also awarded the Silver Star for valor displayed while serving on PT boats and in made an Officer the National Order of the Southern Cross , conferred by the Brazilian government.
Among his other exploits was the sinking of the corvette UJ formerly the Regia Marina Gabbiano -class Capriolo while in command of a mixed division of American PT boats and British Insect -class gunboats plus assorted other small craft.
Fairbanks stayed in the US Naval Reserve after the war and ultimately retired as a captain in Fairbanks returned to Hollywood at the conclusion of World War II.
He spent two years finding a comeback vehicle and picked Sinbad the Sailor , which was not a big hit. He followed it with The Exile , another swashbuckler, which Fairbanks wrote and produced; it was directed by Max Ophüls.
The film was the first of three independent films Fairbanks was to produce — the others being a big screen version of Terry and the Pirates , and a film called Happy Go Lucky.
He thought his career would be revived by That Lady in Ermine with Betty Grable but director Ernst Lubitsch died during production and was replaced by Otto Preminger ; the resulting film was not a success and Fairbanks Jr believes this cost his career momentum.
Fairbanks tried another swashbuckler for his own company, The Fighting O'Flynn As a confirmed Anglophile , Fairbanks spent much time in the United Kingdom, where he was well known in the highest social circles.
He was made an Honorary Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire KBE in and moved there in the early s.
Fairbanks starred in the British thriller State Secret written and directed by Sidney Gilliat and a comedy for Val Guest , Mr Drake's Duck .
Between and he also made a number of half-hour programs at one of the smaller Elstree film studios as part of a syndicated anthology series for television called Douglas Fairbanks Presents.
During the s, Fairbanks appeared as himself on episodes of a number of American television shows, such as Your Show of Shows , The Ford Show , The Steve Allen Plymouth Show and What's My Line?
He co-produced the films The Silken Affair and Chase a Crooked Shadow In , he was a guest at the wedding of Katharine Worsley to Prince Edward, Duke of Kent.
He guest starred on shows such as Route 66 , The DuPont Show of the Week , The United States Steel Hour , The Red Skelton Hour , Dr. Kildare , and ABC Stage He played King Richard in a TV musical The Legend of Robin Hood On stage, Fairbanks toured in My Fair Lady in , and in The Pleasure of His Company several times, including tours in the U.
He appeared in some TV movies and TV series, including The Crooked Hearts , The Hostage Tower , and The Love Boat. His last feature film was Ghost Story His last TV roles were in the mini series Strong Medicine and the TV series B.
He was the subject of This Is Your Life in when he was surprised by Michael Aspel in the foyer of Thames Television's Teddington Studios.April 24, Constantine, Jane Corcoran, Harriet Otis Dellenbaugh, Emil DeVarney, Robert A. Malachy in New York City. Douglas Fairbanks Elton Thomas. Two years following his death, he was removed from Forest Lawn by his widow, Sylvia, who commissioned an elaborate Segl Eging monument for him featuring a long Tareq Nazmi reflecting pool, raised tomb, and Hair Deutsch Greek architecture in Hollywood Douglas Fairbanks Scientology Schauspieler in Los Angeles. Douglas Fairbanks. He received a job offer from Britain and spent the next few years there,  taking a residence in Prosieben Tv Programm Heute Park Lane. Learn how and when to remove these template messages. He was also a founding member of The Motion Picture Academy and hosted the 1st Academy Awards in Add it to your IMDbPage. Sully was granted a divorce from Fairbanks in latethe judgment Benedict Cumberbatch Familie finalized early the following year.