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Legendary actor, No?l Coward, was born on Dec 16, 1899 in Teddington, England. Coward died at the age of 73 on Mar 26, 1973 in Blue Harbor, Jamaica .

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Coward was never nominated for an Academy Award. However he won one Honorary Award in 1942 for his outstanding production achievement in In Which We Serve.

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No?l Coward on Screen: Blithe Spirit (David Lean, 1945)

By Virginie Pronovost on Jul 26, 2019 From The Wonderful World of Cinema

British playwriter No?l Coward was considered one of the most prolific figures of the theatre world. Not only did he wrote plays, but also directed, acted (both on stage and in films), composed, and sang. Known for his unique fancy style and his originality, No?l Coward surely became an undeniable B... Read full article


The Mind Behind Precode: My Celebration of Noel Coward

By Emma on Oct 7, 2012 From Lets Misbehave: A Tribute to Precode Hollywood

Although Noel was responsible for only five Precode films, his racy and outspoken look at relationships, sex and morality shaped the mood for the era. His plays remain firm favourites of mine because they are as relevant now as they were when they were first written. Here’s my small celebratio... Read full article


The Mind Behind Precode: My Celebration of Noel Coward

By Emma on Oct 7, 2012 From Lets Misbehave: A Tribute to Precode Hollywood

Although Noel was responsible for only five Precode films, his racy and outspoken look at relationships, sex and morality shaped the mood for the era. His plays remain firm favourites of mine because they are as relevant now as they were when they were first written. Here’s my small celebratio... Read full article


Ernst Lubitsch does Noel Coward: Design for Living (1933)

By The Lady Eve on Mar 22, 2012 From Lady Eve's Reel Life

Gary Cooper, Miriam Hopkins and Fredric March Fredric March was already an Oscar winner and a newly minted Hollywood star when he co-starred with Miriam Hopkins and Gary Cooper in Ernst Lubitsch’s 1933 adaptation of the Noel Coward play Design for Living. In 1929, when all the major studios w... Read full article


Ernst Lubitsch does Noel Coward: Design for Living (1933)

By The Lady Eve on Mar 22, 2012 From Lady Eve's Reel Life

Gary Cooper, Miriam Hopkins and Fredric March Fredric March was already an Oscar winner and a newly minted Hollywood star when he co-starred with Miriam Hopkins and Gary Cooper in Ernst Lubitsch’s 1933 adaptation of the Noel Coward play Design for Living. In 1929, when all the major studios w... Read full article


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