Alan Ladd

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Shane’) 1953-Alan has played a major role in the western ‘Shane’ (‘Shane’) 1953. The film was nominated for five Academy Awards, including the category of ‘Best Film’. Western was 45 in 2007, the American Film Institute in the list of “100 Years … 100 Movies.”In 1947, 1953 and 1954, Ladd was recognized amateur British films’ most popular star.” Author: Alexei Bulatov Alan Walbridge Ladd) Hot Springs, Arkansas), Ina Raleigh Ladd) Alan Ladd, Sr.). Alan Walbridge Ladd (Alan Walbridge Ladd) born on September 3 1913 in Hot Springs, Arkansas (Hot Springs, Arkansas), and was the only child of Ina Raleigh Ladd (Ina Raleigh Ladd) and Alan Ladd Sr. (Alan Ladd, Sr. ). His father died when Alan was four. Oklahoma City) Jim Beavers). After moving to Oklahoma City (Oklahoma City), his mother remarried – malaria Jim Beavers (Jim Beavers). California), After the family was in California (California), Ladd dramstudiyu enrolled in school. Tiny’s Patio’. However, after studying Alan did not become an actor once, instead opening a diner called ‘Tiny’s Patio’. Warner Brothers’. For a while, he and his stepfather worked as a carpenter at the studio ‘Warner Brothers’. Universal Pictures’. Ladd then studied at the studio school for actors created by ‘Universal Pictures’. In the studio, it was considered too blond and undersized, so put it on the cross. Then Ladd, now firmly wants to pursue his acting talents, he leaned on the radio. Midge Harrold). Ladd married his high school friend Marjorie Harrold (Midge Harrold). The couple in 1937 was born the son of Alan Ladd Jr. By this time, his stepfather died Ladd. Behind him the mother of the actor suffers from depression, committed suicide using poison. Sue Carol). After her divorce from Harrold Ladd in 1942 he married the former actress and his agent Carol Sue (Sue Carol). From his second marriage were born two children. Citizen Kane’), Over time, Alan began getting bit parts in films, including the film ‘Citizen Kane’ (‘Citizen Kane’), where he played ‘faceless’ smoking pipe reporter from which the screen wearing the only silhouette. Joan of Paris’) 1942-For the first time some recognition Ladd got a role in the military thriller”Joan of Paris’ (‘Joan of Paris’) 1942. This Gun for Hire’). His career breakthrough in Ladd was obliged to Carol, who has found his role in the film noir ‘Guns for hire’ (‘This Gun for Hire’). He played the killer Philip Raven; David Thomson) David Thompson (David Thomson) said afterwards that Ladd became the first American actor, who showed the killer cold angel ‘. Alan and the film itself, as a result, played an important role in the development of ‘gangster’ genre. Old-fashioned gangster with an ugly face in loud clothes replaced by insinuating, more handsome and well-dressed villain – such as Philip Raven. Veronica Lake), After the resounding success Ladd went on to star Veronica Lake (Veronica Lake), which was also the star of ‘Gun for hire’. In total, they played together in seven scenes. After serving in the armed forces Ladd returned to the cinema for a long time and continues to delight audiences. Box 13′ He opened his own production company, and then in the period from 1948 to 1949-th was the star as his radio serial ‘Box 13′ about the adventures of a journalist. Robert Preston) Whispering Smith’, Audie Murphy). Ladd and Robert Preston (Robert Preston) were the main actors westerns ‘Whispering Smith’, which in 1961 received a second life in the form of a small television series with Audie Murphy (Audie Murphy). Shane’) 1953-Alan has played a major role in the western ‘Shane’ (‘Shane’) 1953. The film was nominated for five Academy Awards, including the category of ‘Best Film’. Western was 45 in 2007, the American Film Institute in the list of”100 Years … 100 Movies.” In 1947, 1953 and 1954, Ladd was recognized amateur Brit ini- tially the movies’ most popular star.” Actor, lifelong oppressed inferiority complex, despite its popularity, at one point could not survive in the struggle with depression. In November 1962, he was found lying unconscious in a pool of blood with a bullet wound. He unsuccessfully tried to commit suicide by shooting himself in the chest. The Carpetbaggers’) 1963-Then Ladd played a supporting role in the drama ‘movers and shakers’ (‘The Carpetbaggers’) 1963. 29 Palm Springs, Cal.). January 29, 1964 On Ladd was found dead in Palm Springs, California (Palm Springs, Cal.). The death was caused by acute overdose ‘alcohol and three other substances’. Any accident has been ruled out. Ladd committed suicide. Glendale, Cal.). He was buried in Glendale (Glendale, Cal.). One historian investigating gay culture, suggested that Ladd problems that led to the tragedy, could be linked with the wishes of the actor, contrary to morality. Alan Ladd has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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