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Claudette Colbert

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Claudette Colbert (* September als Emilie Claudette Chauchoin in Saint-Mandé, Frankreich; † Juli in Speightstown, Barbados) war eine. GESCHAH IN EINER NACHT () stieg Claudette Colbert in den 30er Jahren zu einem der beliebtesten und bestbezahlten weiblichen Stars in Hollywood. Claudette Colbert: She Walked in Beauty (Hollywood Legends Series) | Dick, Bernard F. | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit.

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However, Cecil B. DeMille came up with the perfect formula for giving people what they wanted, while letting audiences pretend they were not really watching a sex film.

Religion was the perfect way to disguise audiences desire to see sex. That way, movie audiences got the best of both worlds.

Audiences were able to see the naked flesh, all the while pretending they were really watching a film about the early struggles of Christianity. Of course, many of the Christian martyrs being sacrificed in the Coliseum just happened to be beautiful naked women.

Sign Of The Cross was especially shocking for its hints of homosexuality and bisexuality. Emperor Nero was played by Charles Laughton who, incredibly for the times, was open about being a homosexual.

Emperor Nero is surrounded by well-built slave men who are wearing almost nothing. In other scenes, Nero is attended by near-naked young women.

Apparently Nero had quite a diverse sexual appetite. Claudette Colbert takes naked direction from Cecil B. She does not just lie there passively. Swimming around and exploring herself sexually, there is one quick flash where her nipples are full exposed.

Watching the film today, you can still almost hear the gasps from the movie audiences. The bath Claudette Colbert was in actually was filled with milk.

Powdered milk had been mixed with water to give the water a translucent quality. Even Cecil B. DeMille did not dare film the scene in clear water.

That would have shown Claudette Colbert completely naked throughout the whole scene. The powdered milk mixed with water looked great on film, but the hot movie lights quickly turned the milk sour.

So while Claudette Colbert was acting sexual and seductive, she was actually breathing in the stench of sour milk the whole time.

However, the full force of their wrath did not become apparent until 2 years later in when Tarzan And His Mate was released. In that film, Jane swims completely naked in clear water for a considerable period.

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They lived in a fifth-floor walk-up at 53rd Street. Colbert stated that climbing those stairs to the fifth floor every day until made her legs beautiful.

Her family was naturalized in the U. Her mother wanted to become an opera singer. Colbert studied at Washington Irving High School known for having a strong arts program , where her speech teacher, Alice Rossetter, encouraged her to audition for a play Rossetter had written.

Intending to become a fashion designer, she attended the Art Students League of New York , where she paid for her art education by working as a dress-shop employee.

After attending a party with writer Anne Morrison , Colbert was offered a bit part in Morrison's play [12] and appeared on the Broadway stage in a small role in The Wild Westcotts She had been using the name Claudette instead of her first name Lily since high school, and for her stage name, she added her maternal grandmother's maiden name, Colbert.

During this period she disliked being typecast as a French maid. I did not want to be typed as 'that French girl. She reprised this role for the play's run in London's West End.

In , Colbert signed a contract with Paramount Pictures ; [2] there was a demand for stage actors who could handle dialogue in the new "talkies" medium.

Colbert's elegance and musical voice were among her best assets. The Lady Lies was also a box-office success. She co-starred with Fredric March in Manslaughter , receiving critical acclaim [20] for her performance as a woman charged with vehicular manslaughter.

Parkes , which was a French-language version of Slightly Scarlet for the European market, although it was also screened in the United States.

Colbert's career got a further boost when Cecil B. In one of the best remembered scenes of her movie career, she bathes nude in a marble pool filled with asses' milk.

In , Colbert renegotiated her contract with Paramount to allow her to appear in films for other studios. Her musical voice, a contralto that footnotes list as being coached by Bing Crosby was also featured in the film Torch Singer , [24] which co-starred Ricardo Cortez and David Manners.

On 's poll, she was already ranking as the previous year's 13th box-office star. Many of her early films were commercial successes, [1] and her performances were admired.

Colbert was initially reluctant to appear in the screwball comedy It Happened One Night The film was the highest-grossing picture of that year in the United States.

Colbert is the only actress to date, to star in three films, which were nominated for the Best Motion Picture Oscar in the same year.

Colbert's rising profile again allowed her to renegotiate her contract, which raised her salary. In , Colbert signed a new contract with Paramount Pictures, which made her Hollywood's highest-paid actress.

Scott Berg remarked that Colbert had "helped define femininity for her generation with her chic manner". Colbert was a stickler for perfection regarding the way she appeared on screen.

She believed that her face was difficult to light and photograph, and was obsessed with not showing the right side of her face to the camera, because of a small bump resulting from a childhood broken nose.

After seeing the rushes filmed by the replacement, Colbert refused to continue. She insisted on hiring her own cameraman, and offered to waive her salary if the film went over budget as a result.

Cooper respected Colbert to be an expert in the genre. However, she distrusted the relatively new Technicolor process and feared that she would not photograph well, preferring thereafter to be filmed in black and white.

During this time, she began appearing for CBS 's popular radio program Lux Radio Theater , making 22 episodes between and With her manager, Colbert was able to secure roles in prestigious films, and this period marked the height of her earning ability.

However, Colbert once said that Arise, My Love was her favorite of all her movies. During filming of So Proudly We Hail! Goddard commented that Colbert "flipped" and "was at [my] eyes at every moment", and said that they continued their feud throughout the duration of filming.

Selznick approached her to play the lead role in Since You Went Away She was initially reluctant to appear as a mother of teenaged children, but Selznick eventually overcame her sensitivity.

The critic James Agee praised aspects of the film, but particularly Colbert's work. In , Colbert ended her association with Paramount Studios and continued to freelance in such films as Guest Wife , with Don Ameche.

While working on Without Reservations , director Mervyn LeRoy described Colbert as an interesting lady to work with, recalling her habit of not watching where she was going and constantly bumping into things.

For the melodrama Tomorrow Is Forever , Jean Louis was hired to create 18 changes of wardrobe for her. The film was the third highest-grossing picture of that year in the United States and was later acknowledged as the 12th-most profitable American film of the s.

By , she was still ranking as the 22nd-highest box-office star. The romantic comedy, Bride for Sale , in which Colbert played part of a love triangle that included George Brent and Robert Young , was well-reviewed.

Mankiewicz felt that she best represented the style he envisioned for the part. However, Colbert severely injured her back, which led her to abandon the picture shortly before filming began.

Bette Davis , who was Oscar nominated for her performance, was cast instead. In later life, Colbert said, "I just never had the luck to play bitches.

For tax reasons [9] Colbert traveled to Europe, making fewer films in the early s. She appeared in Royal Affairs in Versailles , the only film where she had a French director Sacha Guitry , although she only had a supporting role, rather than top billing.

After a successful appearance in a television version of The Royal Family a parody of the Barrymore family in The Best of Broadway series , [2] she began acting in television programs.

Mary's in She also guest-starred on Robert Montgomery Presents and Playhouse In , Colbert hosted the 28th Academy Awards ceremony.

In the story line, Jim will not back down when a gunman orders him to leave town, and Lucy is particularly distressed because Jim has not fired a weapon since he was in the Civil War.

She made a brief return to the screen, opposite Troy Donahue in Parrish The movie was her last appearance on the big screen, and she played the supporting role of the mother.

The film was a box office success but Colbert received little attention from the press and she directed her agent to desist from any further attempts to generate interest in her as a film actress.

Colbert once said to an interviewer, "Audiences always sound like they're glad to see me, and I'm damned glad to see them.

Colbert appeared in a supporting role in the television miniseries The Two Mrs. Grenvilles The production was a ratings success.

Colbert won a Golden Globe and received a nomination for an Emmy Award. Modern critics have pointed out that Colbert had a mixture of unique physical assets her round apple-face, [2] big eyes, curly hair, [1] slender body , an elegant voice, aristocratic manner, relaxed acting, a tongue-in-cheek vivacity, intelligent style, comedic timing, and ladylike alluring charm, [63] that distinguishes her from other screwball comediennes of the s.

Her characters were more likely to be observers and commentators. In , Colbert married Norman Foster , an actor and director, with whom she co-starred in the Broadway show The Barker , and in the film Young Man of Manhattan , for which he received negative reviews as one of her weakest leading men.

In Los Angeles, Colbert shared a home with her mother, Jeanne Chauchoin, [65] but her domineering mother disliked Foster and reputedly did not allow him into the home.

She gave a Beechcraft single-engined plane to Pressman as a present. They purchased a ranch in Northern California, [9] where Colbert enjoyed horseback riding [67] and her husband kept show cattle.

Jeanne Chauchoin reportedly envied her daughter [9] and preferred her son's company, making Colbert's brother Charles serve as his sister's agent.

Charles used the surname Wendling, which was borrowed from Jeanne's paternal grandmother, Rose Wendling. Although virtually retired from the motion-picture industry since the mids, Colbert was still financially solvent enough to maintain an upscale lifestyle.

Despite already having a country house in Palm Springs for staying on weekends, she rented a cottage in Cap Ferrat in southeastern France.

Adman Peter Rogers said, "Claudette was extravagant; I never, ever saw her question the price of anything. They had a nine-year friendship that included travel, an interest in art and rented twin penthouses in New York.

When Colbert bought a house in Barbados in the early s, Hull bought a house next door, amid rumors that their friendship was a romantic one, which Colbert denied.

She was a Republican throughout her life. For years, Colbert divided her time between her apartment in Manhattan and her vacation home in Speightstown , Barbados.

Colbert's mother Jeanne died in and her brother Charles died in , [2] so her only surviving relative was a niece, Coco Lewis, Charles' daughter.

Colbert sustained a series of small strokes during the last three years of her life. She died in at her second home in Barbados, [1] where she had employed a housekeeper and two cooks.

She was Colbert's remains were transported to New York City for cremation and funeral services. A requiem mass was later held at Church of St.

Vincent Ferrer in Manhattan. Colbert never had children. Colbert had met O'Hagan in on the set of Parrish , her last film, [71] [72] and the pair became best friends around After the death of Pressman, Colbert instructed her friends to treat O'Hagan as they had Pressman, "as her spouse".

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Lucy Bradford. Elizabeth Harper. Edith Miller. Mary Roberts Rinehart. Betsy Gregg. Ruth Condomine. Sister Cecilia. Jane Everest. Elizabeth Hopkins.

Lorna Gilbert. Julie Cavendish. Janet 'Davy' Davidson. Self - Narrator. Self - Mystery Guest. Self - Party Host. Self - Guest. Self - Hostess.

Self - Guest Hostess. Self - Awards Presenter. A-9 Short Self uncredited. Cleopatra clip from Cleopatra Ellie Andrews uncredited.

Self uncredited. Lucy Horncuff. B-1 Short Self uncredited. Related Videos. Edit Did You Know? Personal Quote: [in ] I try to live sensibly.

I sleep well, eat well, and have only one drink a day. I have managed to stay at pounds--which is what I weighed years ago.

I eat three meals a day, but if I'm working in a play, I need four meals a day for additional energy. Trademark: Apple-shaped face and big eyes.

Nickname: Lily.

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