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  1. Helen Louise Gardner (2 de setembro de 1884 [1] - 20 de novembro de 1968) foi uma atriz de teatro e cinema americana, roteirista, produtora de cinema e figurinista.

    • Academia Americana de Artes Dramáticas
    • 20 de novembro de 1968 (84 anos), Orlando
    • Estados Unidos
    • 2 de setembro de 1884, Binghamton
  2. Helen Louise Gardner (September 2, 1884 – November 20, 1968) was an American stage and film actress, screenwriter, film producer and costume designer. She was the first film actor to form her own production company. Her productions were primarily feature-length films, making her one of the earliest adopters of the feature film.

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    • 1910–1924
  3. 24 de abr. de 2024 · Helen Gardner (born March 17, 1878, Manchester, New Hampshire, U.S.—died June 4, 1946, Chicago, Illinois) was an American art historian and educator whose exhaustive, standard-setting art history textbook remained widely read for many years.

    • The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica
  4. Dame Helen Louise Gardner, DBE, FBA (13 February 1908 – 4 June 1986) was an English literary critic and academic. Gardner began her teaching career at the University of Birmingham, and from 1966 to 1975 was a Merton Professor of English Literature, the first woman to have that position.

    • Literary criticism
    • Professor
  5. www.imdb.com › name › nm0306947Helen Gardner - IMDb

    Helen Gardner. Actress: Cleopatra. A stage actress who was an alumni of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Helen Gardner made her film debut with Vitagraph Pictures in 1911. In that year she appeared in Vanity Fair (1911), to critical acclaim.

  6. Helen Gardner’s silent film career peaked three times. The first peak came in 1911 with her performance as Becky Sharp in Vanity Fair (1911), important as an early three-reel film, forerunner of four-reel and longer feature films.

  7. Literary Studies. Helen Gardner is a vigorous and eloquent champion of traditional literary values. These values have been subverted, she feels, by some of the ablest of modern academics and by prevalent tendencies in criticism and teaching today. She discusses the new sch...