Is Ida Lupino Living or Dead?

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actress, director

Ida Lupino is ...

Dead
Born 4 Feb 1918 in London
Died 3 Aug 1995 in Los Angeles
Age77 years, 5 months
Causecerebrovascular disease
Correction?
Ida Lupino
Ida Lupino
A promotional colorized shot of actress Ida Lupino (1918 - 1995)

About Ida Lupino

Ida Lupino (4 February 1918 – 3 August 1995) was an Anglo-American actress and singer, who became a pioneering director and producer—the only woman working within the 1950s Hollywood studio system to do so. With her independent production company, she co-wrote and co-produced several of her own social-message films, and was the first woman to direct a film noir, The Hitch-Hiker, in 1953. In her 48-year career, she made acting appearances in 59 films and directed eight others, mostly in the United States, where she became a citizen in 1948. The majority of her later career as an actress, writer, and director was in television, where she directed more than 100 episodes of productions ranging across Westerns, supernatural tales, situation comedies, murder mysteries, and gangster stories. She was the only woman to direct episodes of the original The Twilight Zone series, as well as the only director to have starred in the show.

Death

Lupino died from a stroke while undergoing treatment for colon cancer in Los Angeles on 3 August 1995, at the age of 77. Her memoirs, Ida Lupino: Beyond the Camera, were edited after her death and published by Mary Ann Anderson.

Films

Ida Lupino has worked on the following films:

The Bigamist
1953 film noir
1953
Junior Bonner
1972 film by Sam Peckinpah
1972
Devotion
1946 film by Curtis Bernhardt, Robert Buckner, Edward Chodorov
1946
While the City Sleeps
1956 film by Fritz Lang
1956
The Sea Wolf
1941 film by Michael Curtiz
1941
Ladies in Retirement
American 1941 film noir
1941
Escape Me Never
1947 film by Peter Godfrey
1947
On Dangerous Ground
1951 film by Nicholas Ray
1951
Thank Your Lucky Stars
1943 film by David Butler
1943
Anything Goes
1936 American musical film
1936
The Hard Way
1943 Warner Bros. drama film
1943
Hollywood Canteen
1944 film by Delmer Daves
1944
They Drive by Night
1940 film by Raoul Walsh
1940
The Big Knife
1955 film by Robert Aldrich
1955
Road House
1948 film by Jean Negulesco
1948
The Devil's Rain
1975 film by Robert Fuest
1975
Deep Valley
1947 film by Jean Negulesco
1947
Forever and a Day
drama film (1943)
1943
Paris in Spring
1935 film by Lewis Milestone
1935
The Food of the Gods
1976 film by Bert I. Gordon
1976
One Rainy Afternoon
1936 film by Rowland V. Lee
1936
Lust for Gold
1950 film by S. Sylvan Simon
1950
The Man I Love
1947 film by Raoul Walsh
1947
Out of the Fog
1941 film by Anatole Litvak
1941
Life Begins at Eight-Thirty
1942 film by Irving Pichel
1942
Beware, My Lovely
1952 film by Harry Horner
1952
Woman in Hiding
1949 film by Michael Gordon
1949
Women's Prison
1955 film prison noir
1955
The Ghost Camera
1933 film by Bernard Vorhaus
1933
The Lone Wolf Spy Hunt
1939 film by Peter Godfrey
1939
Pillow to Post
1945 film by Vincent Sherman
1945
Artists and Models
1937 film by Raoul Walsh
1937
Private Hell 36
1954 film by Don Siegel
1954
I Lived with You
1933 film by Maurice Elvey
1933
La Fiesta de Santa Barbara
short film
1935
On the Loose
1951 film by Charles Lederer
1951
In Our Time
1944 film by Vincent Sherman
1944
Money for Speed
1933 film by Bernard Vorhaus
1933
Jennifer
1953
The Gay Desperado
1936 film by Rouben Mamoulian
1936
High Finance
1933 film by George King
1933
Come on Marines
1934 film by Henry Hathaway
1934
Yours for the Asking
1936 film by Alexander Hall
1936
Smart Girl
1935 film by Aubrey Scotto
1935