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Added by blankend on 3 Dec 2012 02:30
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Film Noir Icon: Ida Lupino

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Lupino and Jack Benny from the 1937 version of Artists and Models.

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Moontide (1942)
Ida Lupino as she appeared in 1942's Moontide.

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The Big Knife (1955)
A still of Ida from The Big Knife from 1955.

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Movie poster for The Man I Love (1947).

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Although she she was not exclusively a film noir actress, she was extraordinarily good in femme-fatale roles. As the hard, but sympathetic woman from the wrong side of the tracks in High Sierra and The Sea Wolf, the amoral murderess in They Drive By Night or the tough nightclub singer in The Man I Love and Road House, she was always spot on.

Ida as singer Lily Stevens in Road House (1948)

People who added this item 132 Average listal rating (78 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 7.3
Her film noir credits as an actress include They Drive by Night (1940), High Sierra (1941), The Sea Wolf (1941), Out of the Fog (1941), Moontide (1942), The Hard Way (1943), The Man I Love (1947), Road House (1948), Woman in Hiding (1950), On Dangerous Ground (1952), Beware, My Lovely (1952), The Bigamist (1953), Private Hell 36 (1954), Women's Prison (1955),The Big Knife (1955), and While the City Sleeps (1956).

Ida lupino and George Raft in They Drive By Night (1940)

With Humphrey Bogart in High Sierra (1941)

With Dennis Morgan and Joan Leslie in Out of the Fog (1943)

Promotional lobby card photo for Out of the Fog

Ida Lupino and Robert Ryan in Beware, My Lovely (1952)

John Garfield, Ida Lupino, and Edward G. Robinsson in The Sea Wolf (1941)

Dana Andrews, Rhonda Fleming, Thomas Mitchell, and Ida Lupino in While The City Sleeps (1956)

People who added this item 89 Average listal rating (42 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 6.8
Her noir directorial credits include Not Wanted (1949), Outrage (1950), On Dangerous Ground (1952), The Hitch-Hiker (1953) and The Bigamist (1953). She wrote the screenplay for Private Hell 36 (1954).

Director Lupino

The Bigamist (1953)

In Private Hell 36 (1954)

On Dangerous Ground with Sumnar Williams in 1952

with Edmond O'Brien and William Talman on the set of The Hitch-Hiker (1953)

Of all the actresses I have enjoyed watching over the years, I think I have more respect for Ida Lupino than any other. She came to Hollywood in 1934 as a 20 year old bleached blond. Over 40 years and 100+ screen roles later, she was still working. Her brilliant career as an actress was only the beginning. Widely respected as a pioneer for female filmmakers, she was only the second woman to be admitted to the Director's Guild. She was also a screenwriter and a producer.

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