Posts tagged ‘Ida Lupino’
March 27, 2014  |  Film
Apple Tree Farm: A Script by Stanley Lupino, with Revisions by Ida Lupino
Ida Lupino with her father, Stanley. c. 1936

Ida Lupino with her father, Stanley. c. 1936

Ida Lupino’s (1918–1995) work as an accomplished actress is acknowledged by many who enjoy classic Hollywood studio films. With well-known movies like The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1939), They Drive by Night (1940), and the memorable High Sierra (1941) as part of her acting résumé

November 6, 2012  |  An Auteurist History of Film
Ida Lupino’s Never Fear (The Young Lovers)

These notes accompany screenings of Ida Lupino’s Never Fear (The Young Lovers) on November 8, 9, and 10 in Theater 3.

Ida Lupino (1918–1995) played a nearly unique role in the history of film directing.

July 15, 2010  |  Modern Women, Publications
Preserving Ida Lupino’s Never Fear (1950)

Film still of Ida Lupino in The Big Knife (1955), directed by Robert Aldrich. The Museum of Modern Art Film Stills Collection

The name Ida Lupino became a part of my cultural consciousness when I was about ten years old. I grew up watching classic American television shows such as Gilligan’s Island, Bewitched and The Ghost and Mrs. Muir—all shows which featured Lupino as a guest director at one time or another in the mid to late 1960s.