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  • Paulette McDonagh - Wikipedia

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    Paulette de Vere McDonagh (1901–1978), was an Australian film director, who often worked in collaboration with her sisters Phyllis and Isabella.

  • The McDonagh Sisters – Women Film Pioneers Project

    https://wfpp.cdrs.columbia.edu/pioneer/ccp-the-mcdonagh-sisters

    Isabel, Phyllis, and Paulette McDonagh were sisters, business partners, and creative collaborators who made films in Sydney, Australia, in the 1920s and 1930s.

  • Paulette McDonagh | Wiki | Everipedia

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    Paulette McDonagh's wiki: Paulette de Vere McDonagh (1901–1978), was an Australian film director, who often worked in collaboration with her sisters Phyllis and Isabella. In 1933 it was claimed she was one of only five female film directors in the world.[2]At one stage they had of

  • Paulette McDonagh - Revolvy

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    Paulette de Vere McDonagh (1901–1978), was an Australian film director, who often worked in collaboration with her sisters Phyllis and Isabella.

  • Talk:Paulette McDonagh - Wikipedia

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    Paulette McDonagh is within the scope of WikiProject Australia, which aims to improve Wikipedia's coverage of Australia and Australia-related topics.

  • Paulette McDonagh - WOW.com

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    At one stage they had offers to go to Hollywood. "Fox Films offered to send us," said Phyllis McDonagh, "But we were sensible girls. We sat down and talked and decided we would end up very small fish in a big pond. At home we had work and a reputation." [2

  • Paulette McDonagh - Biography - IMDb

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    One of the foremost directors of early Australian film, Paulette was the driving force behind the McDonagh Sisters production trio which included her...

  • The McDonagh Sisters - Australian Screen Online

    https://aso.gov.au/people/McDonagh_Sisters/portrait

    The fact that the McDonagh sisters had been brought up, as Paulette put it, ’in the lap of luxury’, helped give them confidence and independence at a time when many women faced marriage as a sole option.

  • Paulette McDonagh - Panjury, A Social Review Site

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    Paulette de Vere McDonagh (1901–1978), was an Australian film director, who often worked in collaboration with her sisters Phyllis and Isabella. In 1933 it was claimed she was one of only five female film directors in the world. At one stage they had offers to go to Hollywood. "Fox Films offered to send us," said Phyllis McDonagh. "But we were sensible girls. We sat down and talked and decided we would end up very small fish in a big pond. At home we had work and a reputation."

  • Paulette McDonagh - IMDb

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    Paulette McDonagh, Director: The Cheaters. One of the foremost directors of early Australian film, Paulette was the driving force behind the McDonagh Sisters production trio which included her sisters Isabel (an actress, known as Marie Lorraine) and Phyllis (producer and art director). She had been interested in making films since she was a schoolgirl, and wrote and directed four feature films which were among the greatest successes of ...

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