Fairbanks

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  • noun

Synonyms for Fairbanks

United States film actor

United States film actor noted for his swashbuckling roles (1883-1939)

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Cary Grant and Douglas Fairbanks Jr in the 1939 film Gunga Din, also starring Joan Fontaine.
As the toast of Hollywood, Hughes enjoyed a lavish playboy lifestyle alongside A-listers like Bette Davis and Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
As the toast of Hollywood, Hughes enjoyed a lavish playboy lifestyle alongside A-listers like Bette Davis and Douglas Fairbanks Jr, but he eventually died in poverty as a missionary in the Nevada desert.
35am Cary Grant, Victor McLaglen and Douglas Fairbanks Jr star as British soldiers battling a fanatical cult in 19th-century India.
His first wife was Melissa Fairbanks, the daughter of Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
She first did it in 1935 when moving new spouse Franchot Tone into the home she'd previously shared with Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Unleashing herself on to the Hollywood social set at the tender age of 19, a young Mildred used her father's connections in Hollywood to line up her first screen test opposite Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
The Aaron Spelling-produced show set sail on ABC in 1977 and provided a springboard for little-known actors like Tom Hanks, Billy Crystal and Jamie Lee Curtis, while offering aging stars like Lana Turner, Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Screen swashbuckler Douglas Fairbanks Jr has been identified as the figure shown in explicit Polaroid pictures which were produced at the divorce case between the Duke and Duchess of Argyll.
I also saw Errol Flynn when I was really young and the Douglas Fairbanks Jr one as well.
But from enjoying a lavish playboy lifestyle alongside A-listers like Bette Davis and Douglas Fairbanks Jr, the film offers dried up after the "talkies" were invented and US audiences struggled to understand his strong Welsh accent.
The six ( who included novelist Dennis Wheatley and the actor Douglas Fairbanks Jr ( headed up a collection of soldiers, actors, double agents, set builders and backroom boffins who collaborated on one of the most secret operations of the Second World War: Operation Bodyguard.
Ward, who rented a cottage on the Astor estate, had treated Winston Churchill, Douglas Fairbanks Jr and Liz Taylor.
But the losses won't deter the club, which has had such celebrity members such as Douglas Fairbanks Jr.