Louise Leveque de Vilmorin

Louise Leveque de Vilmorin (1902-1969) was a French woman of letters: novelist, poet, journalist.

Scion of a great French seed company fortune and afflicted with a slight limp that became a personal trademark, Vilmorin was best known as a writer of delicate but mordant tales, often set in aristocratic and/or artistic milieus. Her most famous novel was "Madame de", published in 1951, which was made into a celebrated film in 1953 starring Charles Boyer and Danielle Darrieux and directed by Vittorio de Sica. Vilmorin's other works included "Juliette," "La lettre dans un taxi," "Les belles amours," "Saintes-Une fois," and "Intimités."

Her letters to Jean Cocteau were published to acclaim, after the deaths of both correspondents.

Vilmorin's first husband was an American real-estate heir, Henry Leigh Hunt. They married in 1925, moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, where Hunt's family owned extensive properties, and divorced in 1937. They had three daughters: Jessie, Alexandra, and Helena.

Her second husband was Count Paul Pálffy ab Erdöd, a much-married Austrian-born Slovakian playboy. They married in 1938 and soon divorced.

For a number of years, Vilmorin was the mistress of Duff Cooper, the British ambassador to France. As a young woman, in 1923, she was engaged to Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. She ended her life as the companion of André Malraux.


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She ended her life as the companion of André Malraux.
. As a young woman, in 1923, she was engaged to Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Partial filmography:. For a number of years, Vilmorin was the mistress of Duff Cooper, the British ambassador to France. Wray died at her home in Manhattan, New York State, USA and was interred in the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Hollywood. They married in 1938 and soon divorced. As of 2004 she was scheduled to receive a star on Canada's Walk of Fame in Toronto.

Her second husband was Count Paul Pálffy ab Erdöd, a much-married Austrian-born Slovakian playboy. Wray has a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame. They had three daughters: Jessie, Alexandra, and Helena. Her autobiography, On the Other Hand (ISBN 0312022654), was published in 1988. They married in 1925, moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, where Hunt's family owned extensive properties, and divorced in 1937. She is the mother of Susan Saunders, Victoria Riskin and Robert Riskin Jr. Vilmorin's first husband was an American real-estate heir, Henry Leigh Hunt. Sanford Rothenberg.

Her letters to Jean Cocteau were published to acclaim, after the deaths of both correspondents. Wray was married to John Monk Saunders, Robert Riskin, and Dr. Vilmorin's other works included "Juliette," "La lettre dans un taxi," "Les belles amours," "Saintes-Une fois," and "Intimités.". Later in her career, Wray appeared in Small Town Girl, Tammy and the Bachelor, and Summer Love. Her most famous novel was "Madame de", published in 1951, which was made into a celebrated film in 1953 starring Charles Boyer and Danielle Darrieux and directed by Vittorio de Sica. She also appeared in Viva Villa, The Texan, The Conquering Horde, and One Sunday Afternoon. Scion of a great French seed company fortune and afflicted with a slight limp that became a personal trademark, Vilmorin was best known as a writer of delicate but mordant tales, often set in aristocratic and/or artistic milieus. Wray also appeared in over a hundred other films, mostly in the 1930s, including The Wedding March (1928), The Four Feathers (1929), Doctor X (1932), The Most Dangerous Game (1932), The Vampire Bat (1933), and Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933).

Louise Leveque de Vilmorin (1902-1969) was a French woman of letters: novelist, poet, journalist. She is best remembered for her role as the blonde seductress of a gigantic, prehistoric gorilla in the classic horror/adventure film King Kong (1933). Wray gained media attention when she was selected as one of the WAMPAS Baby Stars in 1926. They lived in Arizona and Salt Lake City, Utah before settling in California. Vina Fay Wray (September 15, 1907 - August 8, 2004) was a Canadian-born American actress. Born on a ranch near Cardston, Alberta, her family moved to the United States when she was three.

The Clairvoyant (1935). Viva Villa! (1934). The Affairs of Cellini (1934). The Vampire Bat (1933).

One Sunday Afternoon (1933). The Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933). The Most Dangerous Game (1932). Doctor X (1932).

The Unholy Garden (1931). The Conquering Horde (1931). The Texan (1930). Thunderbolt (1929).

The Wedding March (1928). The Four Feathers (1928).

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