Lupino Lane (1892–1959)

Actor | Director | Soundtrack



Photos

  • Myrna Loy and Lupino Lane in Bride of the Regiment (1930)
  • Lupino Lane and Wallace Lupino in Roaming Romeo (1928)
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  • Lupino Lane
  • Maurice Chevalier, Lionel Belmore, E.H. Calvert, Albert De Winton, Adolph Faylauer, Lupino Lane, Jeanette MacDonald, Edgar Norton, Eugene Pallette, Manuel París, Russ Powell, Albert Roccardi, Carl Stockdale, Anton Vaverka, and William von Hardenburg in The Love Parade (1929)
  • Lupino Lane and Lorraine Rivero in Fire Proof (1929)

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Filmography


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Did You Know

Trivia

Traced his lineage back to a family of 17th century émigrés to England, named Luppino. Was born Henry George Lupino, but changed his name to Lane due to insistence from his great aunt, actress Sara Lane, who wanted her surname to survive.


Trademark

Extreme physical comedy. He was extremely limber and agile and made use of this extensively. A few of his trademarks in his silent comedies were:


Star Sign

Gemini

Personal Details

Born

Henry William George Lupino

London, England, UK

Died

(age 67)
London, England, UK


Height:

5' 3" (1.6 m)

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