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Ida Lupino Fans

Group dedicated to the talented and beautiful actress-director Ida Lupino

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Favorite Film (or TV episode) Directed by Ida?

Started by Jennifer. Last reply by Edward Gielty Jul 20, 2018. 3 Replies

I really love The Trouble With Angels, The Hitch-Hiker and The Bigamist. Actually, they're all really good but those are the ones I watch the most. As for tv shows, The Masks episode of The Twilight…Continue

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Comment by Richard Peterie on July 18, 2018 at 9:01am

What an awesome actress and a real beauty. Husband was good too, loved when they worked together.

Comment by Michael B. Druxman on January 15, 2018 at 12:57pm

I am pleased to announce the publication of my latest one-woman stage play, IDA: The Last Lupino, which is available in both paperback and Kindle editions via Amazon.

Unlike all my other one-person stage plays, Ida Lupino was a actress that I knew. I met her and her then-husband, Howard Duff, when I was 14-years old and kept in contact with them both, off-and-on, for the remainder of their lives.

I’m quite proud of this one, my 10th one-person play.

Performance rights are available. Please contact me for details.

Comment by Jennifer on September 24, 2012 at 10:57pm

Publicity for Escape Me Never (1947)

Comment by FilmFanatic on July 8, 2012 at 5:01pm

yesterday i watched Ida in Beware, My Lovely. it was a good movie with Ida giving a good performance. the story was very interesting and tense. 

Comment by FilmFanatic on May 31, 2012 at 11:32pm

oh my god Ida in They Drive By Night was one of my favorite film performances ever!! as i was watching the film i could not get over first how great the character and second how Ida just completely took the character above what she had to be. 

Devotion is a very good film. it's about Charlotte and Emily Bronte. i watched it for Olivia de Havilland since i love her... it's funny to notice that Ida worked with both de Havilland sisters (there really is like a six degrees of separation with them the more i watch their movies and read about them). the film is completely dramatized about the sisters but it is so good. i liked seeing where their inspiration came from for their stories. 

i have my calendar marked i will definitely be going through TCM's schedule to record some Ida films!! now my DVR is surely going to explode!!! 

Comment by FilmFanatic on May 26, 2012 at 6:20pm

the first Ida Lupino film i saw was The Bigamist but i was watching the film more for Joan Fontaine at the time and i didn't even know who Ida was. so i will say the first film i really saw her in and took notice of her was Devotion. since then i have liked her as an actress. i am currently going through some of her films i have been able to find. i recently watched They Drive by Night and thought she was incredible. 

i look forward to watching more of Ida Lupino's films that she acted in and the ones she directed as well. 

Comment by Jennifer on March 27, 2012 at 5:57pm

Ida in Peter Ibbetson (1935):

Comment by Jennifer on March 22, 2012 at 11:00pm

Ida with her mom, Connie, on the set of Search For Beauty (1934), which was Ida's first American film.

Comment by Jennifer on March 21, 2012 at 11:17pm

Private Hell 36 is a good movie, made for Ida's Filmakers company in 1954. Another good one is Woman in Hiding (1950) which is coming out on DVD in June! Here's a stunning shot of Ida from that film:

Comment by Nuts for Noir on March 18, 2012 at 5:41pm

Discovered her 40's & 50's movies first, and have now been collectIng the 30's films, both from USA and the UK. She was very beautiful!


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