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  Trevor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Trevor can be a male given name or a surname.
Trevor is a surname of Welsh decent: habitational name from any of the numerous places in Wales, in particular the one near Denbigh, from the Welsh tre(f), meaning "homestead", or "settlement" and a form of mawr, meaning "large".
Trevor is also a name of Irish decent.
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 TheAudreyTotterHomepageNoirMullertrevor
When Claire Trevor appeared among the gallery of Oscar winners on the 1998 Academy Awards telecast, it marked her first on-camera appearance in more than a decade.
Trevor was married to millionaire realtor Milton Bren for 30 years.
Trevor's initial foray onto the wrong side of the tracks came in 1942 as the suspicious girlfriend of an amnesia victim in "Street of Chance," the first of many screen adaptations of nonpareil suspense scribe Cornell Woolrich.
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 Claire Trevor - Psychology Central   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Image:Clairetrevor.JPG Claire Trevor (March 8, 1910 - April 8, 2000) was an Oscar-winning American actress, nicknamed "Queen of Film Noir" because of her many appearances in "bad girl” roles in film noir and other fl-and-white thrillers.
Trevor was born as Claire Wemlinger in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, New York, the only child of a 5th Avenue merchant-tailor and his wife; the family was of Irish American and French American descent.
The Claire Trevor School of the Arts at the University of California, Irvine was named in Trevor's honor.
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 episode_guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Claire Allen is ready to abandon her plans for her latest book on love and romance when a colleague introduces her to an institutionalized patient claiming to be Cupid.
Personal distractions and Trevor's meddling reach a new high for Claire just as she is being considered for a prestigious position at a psychological research institute.
Claire's bachelorette party for her best friend (Jessica Tuck) goes awry when Trevor realizes that the bride and groom are an ill-fated match and tries to break them up.
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Trevor grinned and brought out the spare key Claire didn't know he had as he settled down onto her couch.
Claire, flustered and red-faced, was just about to tell him exactly where he could stick his "this", when suddenly the phone rang.
Claire was gonna short out when she figured out just how often he'd been shacking up here when she wasn't home.
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 MMI Tribute: Claire Trevor Tribute   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The only time I saw Claire Trevor in person was on a Tuesday afternoon late one spring in the garden room of San Francisco's Fairmont Hotel.
My favorite Claire Trevor movies are her noir films where she got to play a bad girl to the hilt.
Hers was a rare & unique talent & whether she played a skunk or an overbearing wife or an overbearing mother or a stool pigeon, she made all her women seem completely real to anyone lucky enough to catch her in flickers from the 30's through the 80's.
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 Today@UCI: Press Releases:
The naming is in recognition of Claire Trevor's accomplishments over her 79-year career in stage, film, radio and television, and contributions to the school in her honor that will total $10 million.
"Claire was a continuous student of all forms of art, and through the arts she expanded her understanding of people," said Peter Bren, who also is a stepson of Trevor and lives in New York City.
Claire Trevor, whose extensive performing career began with her 1921 debut on Broadway at the age of 11 and continued through the mid-1980s, appeared in more than 60 films between 1933 and 1987, starring with such icons as John Wayne, Humphrey Bogart, Clark Gable and Edward G. Robinson.
today.uci.edu /news/release_detail.asp?key=873   (668 words)

  
 UCI School of the Arts to be named after Claire Trevor 11/16/2000
Jill Beck, dean of the UCI School of the Arts, also announced that the school will be named the Claire Trevor School of the Arts in honor of the late Academy Award- and Emmy Award-winning actress who died at the age of 90 in April.
The naming of the school is in recognition of Trevor's accomplishments over her 79-year career in stage, film, radio and television and contributions to the school in her honor that will total $10 million.
Trevor, whose performing career began with her 1921 debut on Broadway at the age of 11 and continued through the mid-1980s, appeared in more than 60 films between 1933 and 1987.
www.irvineworldnews.com /Astories/nov16/trevor.html   (799 words)

  
 BBC News | ENTERTAINMENT | Key Largo star dies
Trevor won an Academy Award for her 1948 performance as a drunken, heart-broken former singer in Key Largo alongside Lauren Bacall, Humphrey Bogart and Edward G Robinson.
In a career spanning more than 50 years, Trevor earned Oscar nominations for Dead End, a 1937 melodrama in which she played a good girl who grows up to be a prostitute, and for The High and the Mighty, a 1954 aeroplane disaster epic.
Trevor was born Claire Wemlinger in New York in 1910.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/entertainment/707166.stm   (341 words)

  
 Until the End of the World
Claire Tourneur and her dream of flying/falling; the orbital images are (could be) from Claire's dream.
Claire discovers Sam is on Trans-Siberian Express to Beijing; she decamps while Gene is asleep.
Claire brings Sam to a ryokan in the mountains of Japan, where his eyes are treated by Mr.
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Trevor was already pulling further away, moving quickly along the sidewalk in front of her.
Claire rushed quickly down the stairs from the upper floor, thunder rumbling outside, her heart racing in her chest as she ran over to the front door...
Trevor's mind turned, knowing it was Faith, wondering what she could mean with the note, with the picture of Claire.
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 Oscar Winner Claire Trevor Is Dead - Apr 10, 2000 - E! Online News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Apr 10, 2000, 11:30 AM PT Claire Trevor, an Oscar-winning actress known for her supporting work in classics like Key Largo and Stagecoach, died Saturday at a hospital near her home in Newport Beach, California.
After Trevor's movie career began to wind down in the 1950s, she appeared on radio and television shows, winning an Emmy for best live-television performance for her work in an adaptation of Sinclair Lewis' novel Dodsworth.
Her personal life was marked by tragedy: she lost her third husband, producer Milton Bren, to a brain tumor in 1979, a year after her son from a previous marriage, Charles, died in a plane crash.
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Trevor was sitting on top of Claire and trying to pin her arms down while she repeatedly kicked him away.
Trevor suddenly grabbed the pillow away and was just bringing it down to hit her on the head when Champ walked in with a bag of groceries.
Trevor was on top of Claire, who was giggling uncontrollably, a pillow in his hand, threatening her.
www.ebonlock.com /Cupid/Erin3.txt   (705 words)

  
 Cupid - 1.12 - Grand Delusions
Claire: Don Quixote was a fictional character in a novel written by Miguel Cervantes in the 17th century.
Trevor: Claire thinks that her dad’s gonna give up a life of cool jazz and hot women to become a lukewarm talent scout.
Claire: You were playing with the emotions of a fragile man. He is not equipped to handle rejection.
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 Today@UCI: Quick Facts: Fact Sheets: Claire Trevor School of the Arts
These three words sum up the Claire Trevor School of the Arts as it continues as a leader in the training of aspiring artists, supporting arts research, cultivating new art forms that merge the arts and technology, and collaborating in the arts with the community.
In November 2000, the School of the Arts was renamed the Claire Trevor School of the Arts in honor of the late award-winning actor.
Trevor (1910-2000), who is considered one of America’s distinguished performers, was best known at UCI as a passionate advocate for the arts and arts education.
today.uci.edu /facts/art.asp   (787 words)

  
 Ninety Nine Point Five
Trevor do not do this to me." Claire remembers a time before migraines, a time when life was easy, a time before Trevor Hale.
Claire didn't say anything, but she smiled at him briefly before looking away.
"It was a beautiful wedding." Claire picks at the flowers of the bride's bouquet that had, much to her shock and even more to the dismay of the twenty women who had crowded the dance floor, landed in her grilled chicken and fresh baby greens.
www.yuletidetreasure.org /archive/19/ninetynine.html   (2058 words)

  
 Cupid (an Episode Guide)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Claire is concerned and quite against the whole idea until her superior says that Trevor may have to be committed to a mental institute.
Trevor tries to help a new member of the singles group, a woman who wants to be loved for her personality rather than her looks, while Claire revisits an old nemesis in hopes of discovering clues to Trevor's true identity.
Trevor ruins a bachelorette party Claire is giving for her best friend when he reveals that her fiancé has been having a long-term affair with a promiscuous former classmate.
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 A MEMORY LIKE WATER pg 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Trevor and Claire didn't notice as they stood there trying to wipe some of the moisture off their wet clothes and hair.
Claire swivelled her face towards him, biting her lower lip and pulling it free as her mouth hung open in warning.
Claire stopped herself in shock when she saw the old lady's lips mimicking her exactly word for word, like she had it memorized.
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 C U P I D: Admirer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Trevor's red eyes were focused in tunnel vision on the monitor and his index fingers were now enjoying the dance of carpal tunnel syndrome.
Trevor took her pat on the back like a blow, watching her walk away without turning his head, looking at the reflection in the monitor screen.
Claire knew she should use this as an opportunity to open a dialogue with him about personal responsibility, but she didn't know what to say to his despair.
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 Biography for Claire Trevor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
A remarkable actress, Claire Trevor was famous for playing molls, floozies and broads, and was cast as the owner of a rowdy saloon in many a western.
Miss Trevor appeared in a fl gown and jewels seated between Marisa Tomei and Jon Voight.
Trevor continued to get star billing for another few years, toplining such pictures as Texas (1941), Streets of Chance (1942, a superb B, with one of her best performances), The Woman of the Town (1943), and Murder, My Sweet (1944, a crackerjack Raymond Chandler mystery, opposite Dick Powell).
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 Cupid - 1.16 - Company Pier
CLAIRE perches on a corner of her desk as DR. MILTON GREELEY sits reading a transcript which is clipped onto a bright red folder marked "CONFIDENTIAL." She is slightly nervous but certain she's right.
CLAIRE is packing up to leave as Trevor enters wearing a pair of novelty eyeglasses with grotesquely hanging eyeballs.
Trevor moves over to the truck, shows Champ a "better" approach, indicates he should smile more by pushing up the corners of his mouth.
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 Claire Trevor, award-winning actress, died Saturday: 4/10/00
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. -- Claire Trevor, the sultry-voiced actress who appeared in more than 60 films and won an Academy Award for her 1948 performance as a boozy, broken-down torch singer in "Key Largo," died Saturday.
Trevor earned Oscar nominations for "Dead End," a 1937 melodrama in which she played a good girl who grows up to be a prostitute, and for "The High and the Mighty," a 1954 airplane-in-trouble epic.
She was born Claire Wemlinger in New York.
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 Claire Trevor | Actresses | Movie Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Trevor, real name Claire Wemlinger, started her career on the New York stage before venturing into movies, first in Vitaphone shorts and then debuting in features in the 1933 comedy Jimmy and Sally.
Stagecoach (1939) Trevor won the heart of both the Ringo Kid (John Wayne) and movie audiences as Dallas, the "fallen women" whose presence in the stagecoach horrifies the passengers.
Ringo alone is un-judgemental and treats her like a "lady" from the start, while the rest learn of her heart of gold as the journey progresses.
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 Born to Kill
Claire Trevor, Lawrence Tierney, Walter Slezak, Elisha Cook, Jr., Isabel Jewel, Audrey Long, Esther Howard.
The romance between Trevor and Tierney in this film is the sickest relationship between the most monstrous of characters to be found in all of film noir.
Claire Trevor gives one of her best performances in this film, a turn filled with steel and cruelty that a lesser actress would not be able to handle.
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 Previously, on Gargoyles ...
Claire flopped onto the couch and crossed her legs.
Trevor blinked away the tears that stung suddenly in his eyes.
Claire blew her nose into the tissue Trevor handed to her.
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 Claire Trevor
Film Actress Claire Trevor Dies; Forte Was Playing Shady Ladies; Movie Career Spanned 50 Years, Brought Academy Award
Claire And Present Danger; Turning detective to probe unsolved crimes was a step into the unknown for Claire Goose.(Features)
Cheers, Trevor Brooking's quick-fix magic lifts Hammers; West Ham United.
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 episodes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Trevor: "When was the last time you had sex?
Claire: "That is none of your business." Trevor: "No, no, no -- see, it is my business.
CEO of Coitus Inc. And I'm telling you -- You're cranky." Claire: "Oh, and like so many men, yo think the cure for crankiness is--" Trevor: "--Is a good--" Claire: "Carefull now..." Trevor: "Man. Now listen, sometimes it's really hard to find Mr.
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 Claire Trevor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Actress from the New York stage who made forays to Brooklyn to appear in Vitaphone shorts in the early 1930s before making her feature film debut in 1933.
Trevor typically toiled as a hardened but sympathetic victim or gun moll in a host of B productions until she gained recognition for her fine performance as the classic, gold-hearted saloon gal in John Ford's classic western, STAGECOACH (1939).
In the 1940s and 50s, Trevor emerged as a star of several top-shelf works, notably KEY LARGO (1948) and THE HIGH AND THE MIGHTY (1954); she also appeared in a number of TV productions, receiving an Emmy for her performance opposite Fredric March in "Dodsworth" (1956).
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