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Loie Fuller (1862–1928)

Loie Fuller was born on January 15, 1862 in Hinsdale, Illinois, USA. She was an actress and director, known for Le lys de la vie (1920), Danse serpentine (1897) and Programme Nadar (1896). She died on January 1, 1928 in Paris, France. See full bio »


(age 65) in Paris, France

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Known For

Le lys de la vie Director


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 1897/II Danse serpentine (Short)
 1896 Programme Nadar (Short)
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 1920 Le lys de la vie (co-director - as Loïe Fuller)
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 1908 Beginning of the Serpentine Dance (Short)
Self - serpentine dancer
 1902 Loie Fuller (Documentary short)
 1901 Fire Dance (Documentary short)
 1897 Serpentine Dance: Loïe Fuller (Short)
Self (as Loïe Fuller)
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 2020 Dancer: Loie Fuller (Short)
 2016 Lumière! (Documentary)
 2015 La beauté selon Marguerite (Video short)

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Loïe Fuller

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Although known in her prime for her womanly figure, by the time of her death, she had become quite obese. Her obituary in the Lawrence (KS) Journal-World of January 2, 1928, stated that she was sick for ten days before her death in a room at the Plaza Athenee in Paris from pneumonia and that when physicians began treating her, she was already suffering from auto-intoxication. This is a condition ... See more »


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