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  • Lottie Lyell - Wikipedia

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    Lottie Lyell (born Charlotte Edith Cox) (23 February 1890 – 21 December 1925) was an Australian actress, screenwriter, editor and filmmaker. She is regarded as Australia's first film star, and also contributed to the local industry during the silent era with her collaborations with Raymond Longford.

  • Lottie Lyell - IMDb

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    Lottie Lyell, Actress: The Sentimental Bloke. Lottie Lyell has been called Australia's first movie star - which makes it all the more tragic that little of her work survives.

  • Lottie Lyell: the silent work of an early Australian ...

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    Lottie Lyell was a much-loved silent movie star in the early days of cinema in Australia. She was also an accomplished scenario writer, director, film editor, and producer.

  • Biography - Lottie Edith Lyell - Australian Dictionary of ...

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    Lottie Edith Lyell (1890-1925), actress and film producer, was born on 23 February 1890 at Balmain, Sydney, younger daughter of Joseph Charles Cox, land and estate agent, and his wife Charlotte Louise, née Hancock, both native born. About 1906 she was taught 'elocution and the natural method' by ...

  • Lottie Lyell (@itslottielyell) | Twitter

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    The latest Tweets from Lottie Lyell (@itslottielyell). Cute fun and fierce escort with curves for days and a heart of gold ️ - 0403 688 575. Queanbeyan, New South Wales

  • Lottie Lyell – Women Film Pioneers Project

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    Lottie Lyell was a much-loved silent film star in Australia. She was also a scenario writer, director, editor, producer, and art director. Quietly working alongside director Raymond Longford, she had a significant influence on the twenty-eight films they made together.

  • Lottie Lyell | National Museum of Australia

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    Lottie Lyell was Australia’s first movie star. She was also a screenwriter, editor, art director and business manager. In her short career, she appeared in at least 17 films and, with director Raymond Longford, collaborated on many more. Set against a distinctly Australian background, these films ...

  • Lyell, Lottie Edith - Woman - The Encyclopedia of Women ...

    www.womenaustralia.info/leaders/biogs/WLE0420b.htm

    Lyell, Lottie Edith - Woman - The Encyclopedia of Women and Leadership in Twentieth-Century Australia, Australian Women and Leadership is a biographical, ...

  • Lottie Lyell - Biography - IMDb

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    Lottie Lyell has been called Australia's first movie star - which makes it all the more tragic that little of her work survives. That which does ...

  • Raymond Longford (1878-1959) and Lottie Lyell (1890-1925)

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    Although only a few of his films are extant, Raymond Longford is recognized as the leading director of the early Australian cinema. For most of his career, he worked in partnership with actress Lottie Lyell.

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