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Her next Oscar was for playing a virtuous Chinese peasant in the screen adaptation of Pearl S. Buck's epic novel "The Good Earth.". Suddenly Rainer - now nicknamed the "Viennese Teardrop" - was famous, her beauty and emotional intensity winning many fans. But stardom, she.
"And so I left. I just went away. I fled; yes, I fled." Rainer made one more Hollywood film - "Hostages" in 1943 - but spent most of her later life in England. She made occasional film and television appearances, including an episode of "The.
"If you saw her, you'd never forget her.". The big-eyed, apple-cheeked Rainer gained Hollywood immortality by becoming the first person to win an acting Academy Award in consecutive years, taking the best actress prize for "The Great Ziegfeld" in 1936 in and "The Good Earth".
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Luise Rainer (AP Photo / Adam Butler, File) LONDON (AP) - Luise Rainer, a star of cinema's golden era who won back-to-back Oscars but then walked away from a glittering Hollywood career, has died. She was 104. Rainer, whose roles ranged from the 1930s German.
By the early 1940s, her stardom had essentially ended. Rainer herself described the double victory as the worst thing that could have happened to her. "When I got two Oscars, they thought, 'Oh, they can throw me into anything Rainer told The Associated Press in.
In those days, winners were announced hours before the ceremony began. "I hadn't even dreamed of getting another Academy Award, and there I was unhappy in my private life and miserable she told the AP in 1999. "I remember Odets drove me three times around.
Rainer and Odets - author of "Waiting for Lefty" and "Awake and Sing!" - married in 1937 and divorced three tempestuous years later. In 1945, she married publisher Robert Knittel, who died in 1989. She's survived by her daughter with Knittel, and two granddaughters. Rainer.
Mayer, and soon moved to New York with Odets. "I had a seven-year contract that I broke and went away Rainer said in 1999. "I was a machine, practically, a tool in a big, big factory, and I could not do anything. I wanted to.
_ JILL LAWLESS, Associated Press AP writer Daisy Nguyen contributed to this report from Los Angeles. Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.