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Hedy Lamarr

Hedy Lamarr

Born Hedwig Eva Maria Kiesler in Vienna, Austria.

Lived 1913 - 2000.

Hedy Lamarr is co-inventor (with George Antheil) of "Spread Spectrum Communications" which is now known as frequency hopping, the basis for wireless communications in the 21st century. She was privy to theoretical ideas about the technique while still in Europe before she fled to America to avoid the Nazis.

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The Strange Woman - Hedy Lamarr 1946

The Strange Woman - 1946

Edgar Ulmer directed this noir-mystery film in which Hedy Lamarr performs all the heavy lifting, portraying an unusual woman with an assortment of quirks and psychological leanings that lead to scheming and murder, but also formula-defying episodes of kindness and brief efforts at self-understanding.

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“Any girl can be glamorous. All you have to do is stand still and look stupid.”

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