Extractions: Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources Unverifiable material may be challenged and removed. Virginia Lee Corbin (born December 5 Prescott, Arizona June 5 Winfield, Illinois ) was an American silent film actress . Corbin began her career as a child actress in , and went on to become a youthful flapper in the . Unfortunately she was one of the many silent stars that would not make it in the sound era, and was put to retirement in the early . After that she concentrated on becoming a wife and a mother and had two sons from one of two of her marriages. She died suddenly at age 31 from tuberculosis This article about a United States film actor born in the is a stub . You can help Wikipedia by expanding it Retrieved from " http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virginia_Lee_Corbin
Extractions: Virginia Lee Corbin, de son vrai nom Virginia LaVerne Corbin, naît le 5 décembre 1910 à Prescott, en Arizona. Leon E. Corbin et Frances Cox Corbin. A partir de 1921, Virginia peut travailler avec plusieurs studios puisque son contrat avec la Fox est terminé. Elle tourne pour la MGM, Universal, Famous Players-Lasky ou encore Thomas Inc. Elle jouera dans divers films burlesques écrit spécialement pour elle. Au cours de sa vie, elle se maria à 2 reprises : - Charles Jacobson de à . http://www.goldensilents.com/kids/virginialeecorbin.html Publié dans : Page d'accueil le 31 août, 2007 Nom (obligatoire) Email (ne sera pas publié) (obligatoire) Site web Un Blog, des Blogs - Vous pouvez, vous aussi creer un blog gratuit
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Extractions: Golden Silents Silent Film Clips Message Board Virginia Lee Corbin (1910-1942) The Dresden Doll of the Movies" This silent film child star turned flapper, Virginia Lee Corbin, was born Virginia LaVerne Corbin in Prescott, Arizona, on December 5th, 1910 to Leon and Frances Corbin. She first entered pictures at the tender age of five years, although her mother had shaved two years off her birth date, portraying little Virginia as three years old to the studios. After making a favorable impression in her first film performances, Virginia was put under contract to Fox in 1917, and made some very popular kiddie features, such as "Jack and the Beanstalk", "Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp," "Treasure Island," (all 1917) and "Babes in the Woods" (1918). In 1921 Virginia began freelancing for different studios after her Fox contract expired. She worked for Metro, Universal, Famous Players-Lasky, Thomas Ince, among many others, and in between films she made appearances in vaudeville shows and did some modeling as well. Jackie Coogan and Baby Peggy , who had the majority of her earnings made in the 1920's spent by her mother. Thereafter The Coogan Bill, passed in the 1930's, prevented these kinds of parental abuses, but it was too late for Virginia.
Extractions: Died 5 June 1942 in Chicago, Illinois, USA, of tuberculosis. Married stockbroker Theodore Krol in October 1929; son Phillip Krol, born 1932; son Robert Krol, born 1935; divorced 1937. Married stockbroker Charles Jacobson; until her death. Beginning at age two , Virginia Lee Corbin was modeling for calendars and acting on the stage. It is not known when the family left Arizona, but they did live in a variety of California towns where her father was a pharmacist. The family moved to Los Angeles in 1915. There are conflicting stories on how Corbin entered films. Despite latter-day rumors, she is definitely not one of the children in the final scene of D.W. Griffith Intolerance Tom Mix in 1918. Wine of Youth Sinners in Silk The City That Never Sleeps (1924) and Broken Laws The Chorus Lady (1924) and The Three Keys (1925). After playing the female lead to stunt-pilot-turned-actor Al Wilson in
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Extractions: Virginia Lee Corbin on eBay See Virginia Lee Corbin On the IMDB Search Virginia Lee Corbin On Amazon.com This series has been devoted to excavating the past and discovering more about the stars that shone brightest in the first form of truly mass entertainment the movies. So far, weve seen that the legends of the past inspired much of the behavior of todays actors and actresses, with their diva ways, partying lifestyles, and also their sometimes fierce devotion to their craft. But what happens when you come late onto the silent scene, and become the most popular child star of the silent era? Could there be a Shirley Temple before Shirley Temple? If there could, Virginia Lee Corbin, labeled The Youngest Emotional Star, was it. Born Virginia LaVerne Corbin in either 1910 or 1912 in Arizona, she quickly gained attention as she bulldozed onto the acting scene by the time she was famous, much written and published about her early years to please her scores of adoring fans: according to this literature, Virginia could talk by 11 months, cry on cue very early on, and could sing in tune anything she had heard more than one time, by the age of three. She was not only, according to the magazines, the most gifted child on earth, but she was also stunning, having started modeling by age two. By three, Virginia was doing plays, including Human Hearts. Apparently her wonderful ability to emote did not go unnoticed, and she appeared in that play for its three-season run. After that, it was time to go off to Hollywood. Other rumors have it that Virginia became ill when she was only three and moved her to California for its better climate. Despite everything that had been written about her, no one really seems to know when Virginia began working in the movies; but she was known to have moved around a lot as a little girl.
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Extractions: Hollywood Mrs. L.A. Corbin, 45, was rushed to the police receiving hospital today after she telephoned her neighbor and declared, "I have just swallowed enough poison to kill ten men!" While doctors labored to save Mrs. Corbin's life, her 17-year-old daughter, former child star and current film ingénue Virginia Lee Corbin , told police she was ready to sign an insanity complaint against her mother. Mrs. Corbin had "taken all the money I've made in pictures," Virginia Lee told detectives. "Mother wanted more money tonight and I wouldn't give it to her; besides, she wouldn't let me go out. I guess that's the reason for all this. Let's get it over with. If she acted this way before, she'll do it again." An ambulance took Mrs. Corbin to General Hospital's psych ward, while a Times reporter snapped a photo of disgruntled looking Virginia Lee leaving the Georgia Street Police Station Two days later, Virginia withdrew her complaint. "She didn't know what she was signing when she signed the complaint," explained her adopted sister, Ruth Miehle. "Police Mystified by Action" read the
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King And Queen County Published Sources 1725, Old Church, King and Queen County , by virginia lee Hutcheson Davis, . Will of Alice corbin of King and Queen County, virginia, 1791 , http://www.rootsweb.com/~vakingqu/kqbib.html
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My Corbin Family Of Virginia Gawin corbin b. 1725, d. Dec 1759, Peckatone, Westmoreland Co., VA, m. Hannah Ludwell lee b. 6 Feb 6 Feb 1728/29, Stratford Hall, Westmoreland Co., VA, d. http://members.tripod.com/~Bonestwo/index-14.html
Extractions: The Corbin Family 1. Nicholas Corbin m. Johanna Sturmie (daughter of Richard Sturmie). They resided at Hall End, Warwick Co., England. 2. Richard Corbin b. Hall End, Warwick Co., England, d. aft 1535, m. Anne Ramsey b. Hitcham Co., Bucks, (daughter of William Ramsey). 3. Thomas Corbin b. Hall End, Warwick Co., England, d. 1584, Warwickshire, England, m. Ann Reppington b. Amington, d. 1606, (daughter of William Reppington). 4. George Corbin b. 1615, Hall End, Warwick Co., England, d. 25 Sep 1636, Warwickshire, England, m Mary Faunt b. Foston, Co. Leicester, (daughter of William Faunt). 5. Thomas Corbin, Esq., b. 24 May 1594, Hall End, Warwick Co., England, d. Jun 1637/38, Hall End, Warwick Co., England, m. 1620, Winifred Grosvenor b. Sutton Colfield, Warwickshire, England, (daughter of Gawin and Dorothy (Pudsey) Grosvenor). 7. Laetitia Corbin b. 1656/57, Westmoreland Co., VA, d. 6 Oct 1706, Machodoc, Westmoreland Co., VA, m. 1674, Richard Lee, Col. b. 1647, Paradise, Gloucester Co., VA, d. 12 Mar 1714, Mt. Pleasant, Westmoreland Co., VA, (son of Col. Richard and Ann (Constable) Lee). 8. President Thomas Lee b. 1690, Mt. Pleasant, Westmoreland Co., VA, d. 14 Nov 1750, Stratford Hall, Westmoreland Co., VA, m. May 1722, Green Spring, Williamsburg, VA, Hannah Harrison Ludwell b. 5 Dec 1701, Rich Neck, Bruton Parish, James City Co., VA, d. 25 Jan 1749, Stratford Hall, Westmoreland Co., VA, (daughter of Col. Philip and Hannah (Harrison) Ludwell, II).
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Extractions: Thomas Lee (1690-1750) was a founder of the Ohio Company, a member of the governing Council of the colony, and acting Governor of Virginia. In 1717, he purchased the land for Stratford Hall Plantation and, during the period of 1730-1738, built the brick Georgian Great House. At the Stratford Landing on the Potomac River, he built a wharf and grist mill . A successful tobacco planter and land speculator, he owned more than 16,000 acres in Virginia and Maryland. The labor force was made up of slaves , indentured servants, and transported convicts. Thomas Lee and his wife, Hannah, raised a remarkable family of six sons and two daughters. Their eldest son, Philip Ludwell Lee (1727-1775), inherited Stratford. Richard Henry and Francis Lightfoot Lee were the only brothers to sign the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Ludwell Lee helped write Virginia's resolves for independence and was one of the first judges elected to Virginia's supreme court. William and Arthur Lee were both diplomats working to secure the European support during the Revolution. Hannah Lee Corbin was a proponent of women's rights. Her sister, Alice Lee, married Dr. William Shippen of Philadelphia, who served as chief physician and director general of the Continental Army hospitals.