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Lina Cavalieri (1874–1944)


Lina Cavalieri was born on December 25, 1874 in Viterbo, Lazio, Italy as Natalina Cavalieri. She was an actress, known for Manon Lescaut (1914), The Two Brides (1919) and The Eternal Temptress (1917). She was married to Lucien Muratore, Aleksandr Beriatinskij, Giovanni Campari and Robert W. Chanler. She died on February 7, 1944 in Florence, ... See full bio »

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Known For

Manon Lescaut
Manon Lescaut Manon Lescaut
(1914)
The Two Brides
The Two Brides Diana di Marchesi
(1919)
The Eternal Temptress
The Eternal Temptress Princess Cordelia
(1917)
A Woman of Impulse
A Woman of Impulse Leonora, 'La Vecci'
(1918)

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 1919 The Two Brides
Diana di Marchesi
 1918 A Woman of Impulse
Leonora, 'La Vecci'
 1918 Love's Conquest
Gismonda
 1917 The Eternal Temptress
Princess Cordelia
 1914 Manon Lescaut
Manon Lescaut
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 1921 Screen Snapshots, Series 2, No. 1-F (Documentary short)
Herself
 1916 Animated Weekly, No. 42 (Documentary short)
Herself
 1913 Mutual Weekly, No. 9 (Short)
Herself
 1913 Pathé's Weekly, No. 9 (Short)
Herself
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 2004 Bellissime (Documentary)
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She starred in "Tosca" at Monte Carlo and then sang in Paris. Her co-star at the New York Metropolitan Opera was the great Enrico Caruso. They appeared in "I Fedora" and "Manon Lescaut". Cavalieri became so carried away with Caruso that she once kissed him passionately on stage.

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