Pola Negri ( in Janowa, Polen - in San Antonio, Texas; eigentlich Barbara Apolonia Chalupiec) war eine polnische Schauspielerin und. Pola Negri war eine polnische Schauspielerin und ein großer Star des Stummfilms. Die Wahl ihres Künstlernamens ist eine Referenz an die italienische Schriftstellerin Ada Negri. Pola Negri. Schauspieler. Polnische Filmschauspielerin, deutscher und amerikanischer Stummfilmstar. Ernst Lubitsch, mit dem sie sechs Filme drehte, nannte.
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Pola Negri war eine polnische Schauspielerin und ein großer Star des Stummfilms. Die Wahl ihres Künstlernamens ist eine Referenz an die italienische Schriftstellerin Ada Negri. Pola Negri (eigentlich Apolonia Chalupec, auch Barbara Apolonia Chałupiec; * 3. Januar in Lipno, Russisches Kaiserreich; † 1. August in San. Pola Negri vor ; Urheber bzw. Nutzungsrechtinhaber: Alexander Binder ( – , Pola Negri wurde als Barbara Apolonia Chalupiec am 3. Januar. Pola Negri. Schauspieler. Polnische Filmschauspielerin, deutscher und amerikanischer Stummfilmstar. Ernst Lubitsch, mit dem sie sechs Filme drehte, nannte. Pola Negri () war eine der ersten großen Stars der Stummfilmzeit. Sie wuchs in ärmlichen Verhältnissen in Warschau auf, begann zunächst eine. Pola Negri, in Polen als Apolonia Chałupiec geboren, ging mit ihrem Förderer Ernst Lubitsch nach Hollywood. Mit dem Beginn des. Pola Negri ( in Janowa, Polen - in San Antonio, Texas; eigentlich Barbara Apolonia Chalupiec) war eine polnische Schauspielerin und.
Ein Stummfilmstar der er und er Jahre war die aus Polen stammende Schauspielerin Pola Negri (–), eigentlich Barbara Apolonia. Pola Negri war eine polnische Schauspielerin und ein großer Star des Stummfilms. Die Wahl ihres Künstlernamens ist eine Referenz an die italienische Schriftstellerin Ada Negri. Negri, Pola (bis Barbara Apolonia Chałupiec). Schauspielerin, * (andere Angaben: oder ) Lipno (Polen), † Austin.
One of her films, Passion , was optioned and retitled "Passion" for exhibition in America. The film was such a success that by she and Lubitsch were both given contracts to work in Hollywood.
While her first few films showed some success, they were overshadowed by her reported romances with such stars as Charles Chaplin and Rudolph Valentino.
Forbidden Paradise , made with Lubitsch, and Hotel Imperial were two of her more successful films. However, three things conspired to end her career in Hollywood: 1 The perception that her mourning for Rudolph Valentino was insincere, though Negri did describe him as the love of her life; 2 The Hays Office codes that would not allow her to show the very traits that made her a sex-siren in Europe; 3 Her thick Polish accent would not play in the sound pictures that were coming into vogue.
In she returned to America penniless. She made Hi Diddle Diddle and became an American citizen in Her next and last movie was The Moon-Spinners She died of pneumonia in San Antonio, TX, in Pola Negri was born Apolonia Chalupec in Janowa, Poland, on January 3, , the sole child of three to survive infancy in a middle class family.
When her Slovakian father was arrested by the Russians and sent to a Siberian prison camp, she and her Polish mother became impoverished.
Moving to Warsaw in , she was to spend her formative years in dire poverty. As a teenager, Pola auditioned for the St. Petersburg Imperial Ballet.
She was accepted. As a ballerina she showed great promise until she contracted tuberculosis and was forced to cut short her dance career.
Devastated that her dreams would no longer be fulfilled and wanting to escape poverty, Pola auditioned for the Warsaw Imperial Academy of Dramatic Arts and became a theatre actress.
A stage star, her life changed again with the advent of World War I. Once again, she and her mother were plunged into poverty so she turned to film to make a go of it.
Her first role was in the film, "Die Bestie" in By the time the war ended she had starred in the Polish production of "Slave of Sin" in Her film career was becoming established.
Her next film, later that year, was the highly acclaimed "Madame Du Barry" in It became an absolute sensation in Europe. The film was later released in the US as "Passion".
The film was so well-received that she was given a contract to make films in Hollywood. Her USA career was off and running. In she landed the role of Maritana in "The Spanish Dancer".
The film was popular with the public, who also liked"Bella Donna" and "The Cheat", made that same year. Negri's vamp roles were highly popular and she was a direct rival of Theda Bara.
She made a spectacle of herself when, during the funeral of Rudolph Valentino, she threw herself on his coffin. Former fans felt she was acting in public and began to turn away from her.
Known For. The Wildcat Rischka. Bella Donna Bella Donna Ruby. Passion Jeanne Vaubernier - later Madame Dubarry. Jump to: Actress Soundtrack Self Archive footage.
Die Geschichte einer Zigarettenarbeiterin Mania - Zigarettenarbeiterin. Madame Dubarry uncredited. Madame Habib.
Self uncredited. Alternate Names: Erna Negri Polita. Edit Did You Know? Personal Quote: I consider my work great, as I am a great artist.
Trivia: Scandals in the 20's were absolute career killers, also Pola Negri's popularity sunk continuously, moreover her Polish accent was a problem for the arising sound film.
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Wikimedia Commons. Negri in Alternate titles: Der Sklave der Sinne , lit. English: Slave of Sin Poland's first feature film.
Tajemnica alei Ujazdowskich. Jego ostatni czyn. Nicht lange täuschte mich das Glück. Zügelloses Blut. Küsse, die man stiehlt im Dunkeln. Die toten Augen.
Rosen, die der Sturm entblättert. The Carousel of Life. Dämmerung des Todes. The Woman at the Crossroads. German: Kreuziget sie! English: Crucify Them!
Co-stars: Harry Liedtke and Victor Janson. Madame DuBarry. The Marquise of Armiani. German: Das Martyrium lit. English: The Martyrium.
The Closed Chain. The Red Peacock. German: Arme Violetta lit. English: Poor Violetta. Die Bergkatze. Co-stars: Victor Janson, Paul Heidemann lit.
Release Ernst Lubitsch 's final German film. George Fitzmaurice. The Cheat. Negri plays a cameo role in this film, which features guest appearances from many other Hollywood stars from the period.
Shadows of Paris. Dimitri Buchowetzki. Lily of the Dust. East of Suez. The Charmer. Flower of Night. Co-stars: Warner Oland , Gustav von Seyffertitz.
A Woman of the World. Malcolm St. The Crown of Lies. Good and Naughty. Hotel Imperial. Lee early on in the film. The Woman on Trial. Note: While mostly lost, surviving fragments are owned by the Museum of Modern Art.
The Secret Hour. Three Sinners. Loves of an Actress. The Woman from Moscow. The Woman He Scorned. Negri's final silent film.
Tony Lekain , Gaston Ravel. Madame Bovary. Dann kommt es morgen". The Night of Decision. Co-stars: Hayley Mills , Eli Wallach.
Song from the film Mazurka ; orchestra arr. English-language version of "Nur eine Stunde. English-language version of "Je sans en moi.
Song from the film Die Nacht der Entscheidung
Pola Negri - Veranstaltungs-InfoAva Gardner - Die "Königin von H Sie wechselte zur Warschauer Schauspielschule und debütierte als Theaterschauspielerin in einem Stück von Henrik Ibsen. Als sie an Tuberkulose erkrankte, brach sie ihre Ballettausbildung ab. Er erzählt von einem Leuchtturmwächter, der in einer Hafenkneipe einer Dirne begegnet. Bereits ab dem achten Lebensjahren Pola Negri das kleine Mädchen in Warschau mit einer Ballettausbildung, die sie jedoch später abbrechen musste, da sie an Tuberkulose erkrankte. Wenn Fotografen sich beschwerten, sie hätten diesen Schnappschuss verpasst, wurde Pola prompt erneut ohnmächtig. Stacheldraht Und Fersengeld Negri wurde als Barbara Bauer Such Frau Chalupiec am 3. Seine erste Frau Beatrix Egli die lesbische Schauspielerin Jean Acker —die ihn noch in der Hochzeitsnacht aus dem Hotelzimmer warf. K Angaben zur Lizenz siehe hier Auch mit ihrem Privatleben machte der schillernde Leinwandstar von sich reden. Nach 22 deutschen Filmen folgte N. Sie entdeckte das Schauspiel für sich und wurde mit 17 Die Komödie Frankfurt der Star des Polnischen Nationaltheaters. Lubitsch soll gesagt haben. Damals litten die beiden Frauen unter finanziellen Schwierigkeiten.
Then the "talkie" revolution started. With her heavy accent, her dialogue did not come across well. Retiring to San Antonio, Texas she died on August 1, at the age of 90 from pneumonia related to a brain tumor for which she had refused treatment.
Sign In. Edit Pola Negri. Showing all 35 items. She was engaged to Charles Chaplin before she became involved with Rudolph Valentino. Around the time of her death, she was suffering from a brain tumor unclear if malignant or otherwise for which she refused treatment.
Sister-in-law of Mae Murray and Barbara Hutton. On her deathbed in , the year-old Negri was being attended by a handsome young doctor who looked at her chart, and failed to respond immediately to seeing her name.
In her best Norma Desmond mode, she reportedly pulled herself up into a "movie star" pose and asked, "You don't know who I am?!?!?
In her autobiography, she stated that Rudolph Valentino was the love of her life and said that they were engaged at the time of his death. Ben Lyon later claimed that she ordered a blanket of flowers to be placed across Rudy's coffin, reading "P-O-L-A" in large letters.
However, photographs of Valentino's funeral show that flowers draped over his coffin had no such lettering and no contemporary newspaper accounts support this claim.
Volume Two, , pages New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, She was described by two witnesses as having suffered much moral damage by the allegation.
The actress remained silent throughout the proceedings, during which the paper's defense counsel tried to show that knowing Hitler was no slander.
When Rudolph Valentino died in August of , Negri claimed to have been engaged to marry him, and set out from Hollywood by train to attend his funeral in New York.
During the trip, Negri collapsed several times. The perception that she used her lover's death as a publicity stunt damaged her reputation.
Negri made eight films with director Ernst Lubitsch between and Seven were made in Germany and their eighth and final film together was Forbidden Paradise , which was filmed in the United States.
Pola Negri was the first notable German actress to travel to the United States where she appeared in Bella Donna Her fame in Europe was quickly surpassed by her fame in America, and she achieved her greatest successes with Forbidden Paradise and Hotel Imperial At the beginning of the war she stood in France, later she went back to the USA via Portugal where she appeared once more in a film called "Hi Diddle Diddle" She sailed to New York from Lisbon, Portugal, and initially lived by selling off jewelry.
Scandals in the 20's were absolute career killers, also Pola Negri's popularity sunk continuously, moreover her Polish accent was a problem for the arising sound film.
In , director Vincente Minnelli approached Negri to appear as the Contessa Sanziani in Nina , but Negri was unable to accept due to poor health.
In , Billy Wilder directed Fedora Although Negri does not appear in the film, the title character was largely based on her. After some Polish film productions she went to Germany in where she achieved first glorious triumphs.
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In , Negri starred in The Crown of Lies and Good and Naughty , the former of which earned an unfavorable review in Photoplay magazine, which deemed it an "impossible Pola Negri vehicle.
If you have nothing else to do—see this and suffer with Pola. Lee , and a number of subsequent films did not, reportedly due to negative publicity about her behavior at Rudolph Valentino 's funeral she fainted few times and cried exaggeratedly  and her rebound marriage to Georgian prince Serge Mdivani ,  although her films continued to fare well internationally.
Negri defended herself, saying: "It is difficult for a foreigner coming to America I had been told so much what not to do.
It was particularly difficult for me, a Slav. My emotion seemed exaggerated to Americans. I cannot help that I haven't the Anglo-Saxon restraint and tact.
Negri's initial retirement turned out to be short-lived. Negri miscarried her pregnancy and later learned that her husband was gambling her fortune away on speculative business ventures, which strained their relationship.
She went back to acting when an independent production company offered her work in a British film production that was to be distributed by Gaumont-British.
Initially the film was to be a filmed version of George Bernard Shaw 's Caesar and Cleopatra , and Shaw offered to alter the play to suit the film.
Negri returned to Hollywood in to begin filming her first talking film, A Woman Commands The film itself was poorly received, but Negri's rendition of the song " Paradise ", the centerpiece of the film, became a sizable hit in the sheet music format.
The song became a minor standard and was covered by many other performers, including Russ Columbo , Louis Prima and Keely Smith.
Negri went on a successful vaudeville tour to promote the song. She then was employed in the leading role of the touring theatre production A Trip to Pressburg , which premiered at the Shubert Theatre in New York.
However, she collapsed after the final curtain at the production's stop in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, due to gallbladder inflammation,  and was unable to complete the tour.
It was her only French film. The film was considered "artistically valuable" German: künstlerisch wertvoll by the Reichsfilmkammer.
Mazurka gained much popularity in Germany and abroad and became one of Adolf Hitler 's favorite films, a fact that, along with her admiring comments about the efficiency of the German film industry, gave birth to a rumor in of Negri having had an affair with Hitler.
Negri sued Pour Vous , the French magazine which had circulated the rumor, for libel, and won. Mazurka was remade almost shot-for-shot in the U.
During her flight, she spent some days in Portugal. She sailed to New York from Lisbon, Portugal, and initially lived by selling off jewelry.
She was hired in a supporting role as the temperamental opera singer Genya Smetana for the comedy Hi Diddle Diddle. After the success of this film, Negri was offered numerous roles which were essentially rehashes of her role in Hi Diddle Diddle , all of which she turned down as derivative.
In , Negri was engaged by booking agent Miles Ingalls for a nationwide vaudeville tour. Negri reportedly declined the role because she felt that the screenplay was not ready and that Montgomery Clift , who was slated to play the Joe Gillis character at the time, was not a good choice for the character.
Negri's appearance in the film as eccentric jewel collector Madame Habib was shot in London over the course of two weeks. While she was filming The Moon-Spinners she made a sensation by appearing before the London press at her hotel in the company of a feisty cheetah on a steel chain leash.
She made an appearance at the Museum of Modern Art on 30 April , for a screening event in her honor, which featured her film A Woman of the World and selections from her films.
In , Billy Wilder directed Fedora , and although Negri does not appear in the film, the title character was reportedly based largely on her.
After she began working in the United States, she made headlines and gossip columns with a string of celebrity love affairs, most notably with film stars Charlie Chaplin , Rod La Rocque , and Rudolph Valentino.
Negri had met Chaplin while in Germany, and what began as a platonic relationship became a well-publicized affair and marriage speculation which received the headline "The Queen of Tragedy to Wed the King of Comedy.
She caused a media sensation at his New York funeral on 24 August , at which she "fainted" several times, and according to actor Ben Lyon , arranged for a large floral arrangement that spelled "P-O-L-A" to be placed on Valentino's coffin.
At the time of his death and for the remainder of her life, Negri claimed Valentino was the love of her life. Negri soon married again, to the Georgian self-styled "Prince" Serge Mdivani.
This action caused public opinion in the United States to sour against her because it happened so quickly after Rudolph Valentino's death.
Negri and Mdivani were married on 14 May less than nine months after Valentino's death ; shortly after she became pregnant, and Negri, who always wanted a child, started taking better care of her health and even considered retiring from movies in order to be a housewife and mother.
However, she reportedly suffered a miscarriage. After her film A Woman Commands premiered in Hollywood, Columbo performed Negri's signature song " Paradise " with his orchestra and dedicated the song to her.
Columbo also recorded and released the song as a 78 rpm single that year with slightly altered lyrics, and the single became a huge sensation with audiences across the country.
When Negri returned to the United States in the early s, she became close friends with Margaret West , an oil heiress and vaudeville actress whom she had originally met in the s.
The two became housemates, sharing a beachfront home in Los Angeles with Negri's thenyear-old mother, and later in Bel Air. Some scholars, such as Rudolph Valentino biographer Emily Leider, have suggested that Negri was bisexual and that she and West were romantic partners.
Negri was interred in Calvary Cemetery, East Los Angeles next to her mother Eleonora, who died in from pancreatic cancer. Mary's University , in Texas, including a collection of memorabilia and several rare prints of her films.
Mary's University also set up a scholarship in her name. She was the 11th star in Hollywood history to place her hand and foot prints in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
Negri, with Theda Bara and Mae Murray , were the actresses whose eyes were combined to form the Chicago International Film Festival 's logo, a stark, black and white close up of the composite eyes set as repeated frames in a strip of film.
Negri released a total of ten 78 rpm singles. In , she recorded seven gypsy folk songs in London accompanied by guitars and chorus, six of which were released as the sides of three records on Victor's His Master's Voice imprint.
Sheet music was released for the English-language version, but the recorded version only appeared in the film, A Woman Commands , and was never released as a record.
The remainder of Negri's recordings, cut from to , centered around songs that she sang in her German sound films. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Prince Serge Mdivani. Negri's best-known personal relationships were those with Charlie Chaplin left and Rudolph Valentino right.
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