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Lupino Lane est un Acteur, Réalisateur et Producteur Britannique né le 16 juin 1892 à Hackney (Royaume-uni)

Lupino Lane

Lupino Lane
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Nom de naissance Henry William George Lupino
Nationalité Royaume-uni
Naissance 16 juin 1892 à Hackney (Royaume-uni)
Mort 10 novembre 1959 (à 67 ans) à Londres (Royaume-uni)

Lupino Lane (16 June 1892 – 10 November 1959) was an English actor and theatre manager, and a member of the famous Lupino family. Lane started out as a child performer, known as 'Little Nipper', and went on to appear in a wide range of theatrical, music hall and film performances. He is best known for playing Bill Snibson in the play and film Me and My Girl, which popularised The Lambeth Walk.

Ses meilleurs films

Parade d'amour (1930)
(Acteur)

Le plus souvent avec

Wallace Lupino
Wallace Lupino
(11 films)
Syd Crossley
Syd Crossley
(4 films)
Jack Hobbs
Jack Hobbs
(3 films)
Renee Clama
Renee Clama
(2 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmographie de Lupino Lane (23 films)

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Acteur

Me and My Girl, 1h24
Réalisé par Albert de Courville
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Comédie, Musical, Romance
Thèmes Musique, Adaptation d'une pièce de théâtre
Acteurs Lupino Lane, Sally Gray, Seymour Hicks, Enid Stamp Taylor, Wallace Lupino, Wilfrid Hyde-White
Rôle Bill Snibson
Note70% 3.5311253.5311253.5311253.5311253.531125
Bill Snibson, a chancer from Lambeth Walk in South London, is informed that he has been discovered to be the long-lost heir to a title and castle which he can claim provided he is able to convince his new relations that he has enough aristocratic bearing. Things soon begin to go awry however, particularly when Sally, Bill's girlfriend from Lambeth, turns up.
The Man in Possession, 1h24
Réalisé par Sam Wood, W. P. Kellino
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Comédie, Comédie romantique, Romance
Thèmes Adaptation d'une pièce de théâtre
Acteurs Robert Montgomery, Charlotte Greenwood, Lupino Lane, Alan Mowbray, Maude Eburne, C. Aubrey Smith

Raymond Dabney (Montgomery) returns to a mixed reaction from his middle-class family in London after serving a prison sentence for stealing a motorcar. His mother (Beryl Mercer) and the family servant (Maude Eburne) are delighted to see him, but his father (C. Aubrey Smith) and brother Claude (Reginald Owen) are less so. His father is particularly disappointed in him, having sent him to Cambridge. The two men offer him £500 to leave the country and never return; it seems Claude is engaged to a rich widow, and they are anxious to avoid any scandal that might endanger the marriage. Raymond turns it down, however, and departs the same day.
No Lady
No Lady (1931)
, 1h10
Réalisé par Lupino Lane
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Comédie
Acteurs Renee Clama, Lupino Lane, Wallace Lupino
Rôle Mr Pog
Note55% 2.77092.77092.77092.77092.7709
While on a family holiday in Blackpool, a mild-mannered man is mistaken for an international spy.
Parade d'amour, 1h47
Réalisé par Ernst Lubitsch
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Comédie, Musical, Romance
Thèmes Monde imaginaire, La musique, Musique
Acteurs Maurice Chevalier, Jeanette MacDonald, Lillian Roth, Lupino Lane, Lionel Belmore, Eugene Pallette
Rôle Jacques
Note69% 3.496353.496353.496353.496353.49635
Le comte Alfred Renard (Maurice Chevalier) tombe amoureux de la reine Louise (Jeanette MacDonald) de Sylvania.
Bride of the Regiment, 1h17
Réalisé par John Francis Dillon
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Musical, Romance
Thèmes La musique, Théâtre, Musique, Adaptation d'une pièce de théâtre
Acteurs Walter Pidgeon, Myrna Loy, Allan Prior, Ford Sterling, Louise Fazenda, Lupino Lane
Rôle Sprotti
Note57% 2.899792.899792.899792.899792.89979
The film takes place during a period in which Austria controlled Italy during the Austro-Italian War of 1830. Colonel Vultow, played by Walter Pidgeon, leader of Austrian cavalry regiment, is sent to Italy to put down a revolt led by the Lombardian aristocracy. Vultow decides to go to the castle of Count Adrian Beltrami, played by Allan Prior, one of the leaders of the revolution. This happens to be Beltrami's wedding day. As he is emerging from the church following his wedding to Countess Anna-Marie (Vivienne Segal), Beltrami learns that Colonel Vultow is quickly approaching the town in search of him. At the behest of his bride, Beltrami flees the castle, but he asks Tangy, a silhouette cutter, to impersonate him and protect Anna-Marie. When Adrian returns in disguise, he is introduced to Vultow as a singer and silhouette cutter, and when the count demands he create a silhouette, he enlists Tangy's aid. The deception is discovered, and Vultow sentences Adrian to death by a firing squad unless Anna-Marie submits to his sexual demands.
Golden Dawn, 1h23
Réalisé par Ray Enright
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame, Comédie, Comédie dramatique, Musical
Thèmes La musique, Théâtre, Musique, Adaptation d'une pièce de théâtre
Acteurs Walter Woolf King, Noah Beery Sr., Lupino Lane, Marion Byron, Edward Martindel, Nina Quartero
Rôle M. Pigeon
Note44% 2.221082.221082.221082.221082.22108
The story takes place in colonial Africa, where Vivienne Segal (as Dawn), plays the part of a white girl who was kidnapped in infancy and is being brought up by a black native, played by Alice Gentle, as her own. Alice Gentle runs a canteen in the now German colonial settlement. Segal falls in love with Walter Woolf King, a British rubber planter who is now a prisoner of war. Noah Beery, who is the native black leader of the tribes in that region, is also in love with Segal and becomes extremely jealous when he heard of Segal's love for King. King, however, is sent back to Britain by the Germans for attempting to steal Segal, whom they believe is half black. Eventually, the British regain control of the territory and drive out the Germans. King returns to the colony. When the settlement experiences a drought, Beery attempts to incite the natives against Segal, claiming that their native God is angry because Segal has dared to love a white man. King is unable to save Segal because the colonial authorities refuse to act unless they have proof that Segal is one hundred percent white. Eventually Gentle confesses that she is not Segal's real mother and that her real (white) father confirms what she confessed is true and that her mother was white. King quickly brings the British troops just as the natives are about to sacrifice Segal. During the ceremony however, one of the virgin priestesses of the native God, revels that Beery has been lying about Segal. The God is not interested in Segal since she is pure white. Furthermore she reveals that Beery had violated her chastity and claims that their native God was angry because of this sacrilegious act. Beery is sacrificed to the anger of the natives and the drought quickly ends as rain pours down. In the end, Segal and King, happily reunited, sail back to England together.
The Show of Shows, 2h8
Réalisé par John G. Adolfi
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Musical
Thèmes La musique, Musique
Acteurs Frank Fay, Anthony Bushell, John Barrymore, William Courtenay, William Bakewell, Richard Barthelmess
Rôle Street Cleaner in 'What Became of the Floradora Boys' Number / 'Tramp' Ballet
Note59% 2.9531752.9531752.9531752.9531752.953175