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D.W. Griffith, Mary Pickford, Charlie Chaplin (seated) and Douglas Fairbanks at the signing of the contract establishing United Artists motion picture studio in 1919. Lawyers Albert Banzhaf (left) and Dennis F. O’Brien (right) stand in the background.    Source: Library of Congress

D.W. Griffith, Mary Pickford, Charlie Chaplin (seated) and Douglas Fairbanks at the signing of the contract establishing United Artists motion picture studio in 1919. Lawyers Albert Banzhaf (left) and Dennis F. O’Brien (right) stand in the background. Source: Library of Congress

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Douglas Fairbanks (May 23, 1883 – December 12, 1939) was an American actor, screenwriter, director and producer best known for his swashbuckling roles in silent films. He was a founding member of United Artists, and The Motion Picture Academy and hosted the first Oscars in 1929. He and Mary Pickford became Hollywood royalty and he was referred to as "The King of Hollywood". His career rapidly declined with the advent of the "talkies". His final film was The Private Life of Don Juan (1934).

Douglas Fairbanks (May 23, 1883 – December 12, 1939) was an American actor, screenwriter, director and producer best known for his swashbuckling roles in silent films. He was a founding member of United Artists, and The Motion Picture Academy and hosted the first Oscars in 1929. He and Mary Pickford became Hollywood royalty and he was referred to as "The King of Hollywood". His career rapidly declined with the advent of the "talkies". His final film was The Private Life of Don Juan (1934).

The founders of United Artists: Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford, D. W. Griffith, and Charlie Chaplin.

The founders of United Artists: Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford, D. W. Griffith, and Charlie Chaplin.

https://mezquita.uco.es/record=b1816223~S6*spi "Julio César". Terminada la guerra civil entre César y Pompeyo (49-46 a. C.), César se convierte en dictador vitalicio y concentra en su persona todos los poderes, lo cual implica, de hecho, la desaparición de la República. En el año 44 a. C., Casio y Bruto, dos nobles romanos defensores a ultranza de las libertades republicanas, encabezan una conjura contra el dictador, que es asesinado en los idus de marzo de ese mismo año.

https://mezquita.uco.es/record=b1816223~S6*spi "Julio César". Terminada la guerra civil entre César y Pompeyo (49-46 a. C.), César se convierte en dictador vitalicio y concentra en su persona todos los poderes, lo cual implica, de hecho, la desaparición de la República. En el año 44 a. C., Casio y Bruto, dos nobles romanos defensores a ultranza de las libertades republicanas, encabezan una conjura contra el dictador, que es asesinado en los idus de marzo de ese mismo año.

meanwhile-on-savile-row: “Rudolph Valentino, William S. Hart and Douglas Fairbanks, circa 1925. ”

meanwhile-on-savile-row: “Rudolph Valentino, William S. Hart and Douglas Fairbanks, circa 1925. ”

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