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Die Polizei in Los Angeles hat 30 Jahre nach dem mysteriösen Tod von Natalie Wood neue Ermittlungen aufgenommen. Die Hollywood-Schauspielerin ertrank. 40 Jahren viele Spekulationen. Jetzt will ihre Tochter mit der Dokumentation „​Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind“ Licht ins Dunkel bringen. Vor 30 Jahren ertrank die US-Schauspielerin Natalie Wood. Jetzt nimmt die Polizei die Ermittlungen wieder auf: Ein Zeuge gesteht, nicht die ganze Wahrheit.

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Natalie Wood war eine US-amerikanische Schauspielerin. Sie erreichte in den er- und er-Jahren mit Filmen wie denn sie wissen nicht, was sie tun und West Side Story ihre größte Popularität und wurde unter anderem mit drei Golden Globe. Natalie Wood (geboren als Natalia Nikolaevna Zakharenko; * Juli in San Francisco; † November vor Santa Catalina Island) war eine. Hollywoodstar Natalie Wood ertrank Bis heute gilt ihr Tod als ungeklärt, jetzt will ihre Tochter die Gerüchte mit einem Dokumentarfilm. Deutschlands führende Nachrichtenseite. Alles Wichtige aus Politik, Wirtschaft, Sport, Kultur, Wissenschaft, Technik und mehr. 40 Jahren viele Spekulationen. Jetzt will ihre Tochter mit der Dokumentation „​Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind“ Licht ins Dunkel bringen. Vor 30 Jahren ertrank die US-Schauspielerin Natalie Wood. Jetzt nimmt die Polizei die Ermittlungen wieder auf: Ein Zeuge gesteht, nicht die ganze Wahrheit. Natalie Wood, aufgenommen ; Quelle: Wikipedia bzw. virgilius.eudia.​org, Natalie Wood wurde am Juli als Natalia Nikolaiewna Zacharenko.

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There are few Hollywood mysteries more enduring—or more heartbreaking—than the one surrounding Natalie Wood's tragic death.

The actress—known for starring roles in films like West Side Story, Rebel Without a Cause , and Splendor in the Grass —drowned in , when she was just 43 years old; but the circumstances surrounding the fatality are barely any clearer today than they were when the news first broke.

This includes a very direct conversation with Wood's husband, actor Robert Wagner, whom many believe to be a prime suspect in any foul play that may have played a role in her untimely end.

Below, a timeline of the known events of Wood's passing, which remains cloaked in mystery to this day. After Thanksgiving , Wood and Wagner began planning one of their frequent boat trips to Catalina Island, off the coast of California.

According to several interviews in Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind , the actress invited multiple friends to join them on the trip, but most of the invitees declined, citing the less-than-ideal sailing weather that weekend.

Wood's Brainstorm costar, Christopher Walken, who was in town for the film, but not from Los Angeles, was the only person to accepted, joining Wood, Wagner, and Dennis Davern, the captain of the couple's yacht, Splendour.

Wood, Wagner, Walken, and Davern enjoyed a champagne-filled dinner at the restaurant Doug's Harbor Reef in Catalina before re-boarding the yacht for the evening.

Don Whiting, the night manager of the restaurant, later said he was worried that all four were too intoxicated to make it back to the boat safely in their dinghy after the meal and even went so far as to ask Kurt Craig of the Harbor Patrol to make sure the group made it safely back to their yacht when they left the restaurant at p.

The toxicology report released after Wood's death revealed that the actress had a blood alcohol content of 0.

In the HBO documentary, Wagner describes having a heated conversation with Walken after dinner, during which Wood was not present, but believed to be safe elsewhere onboard.

At around p. Around this time, they realized that the boat's dinghy was also gone. The circumstances of her death remain controversial.

Her mother, Maria, enrolled her ballet classes as a small child. At the age of 4, Wood landed her first film role, a bit part in Happy Land , which happened to be filming in Santa Rosa, California, where she was living at the time.

She had won over director Irving Pichel after her mother orchestrated their introduction. Later, Wood said that her mother told her to "make Mr.

Pichel love you. The dark-haired, doe-eyed girl soon made other film appearances. Wood tugged at the heartstrings of audiences with her small role as an orphan in the drama Tomorrow Is Forever, with Claudette Colbert and Orson Welles.

In , she again won over fans with her first starring role, in Miracle on 34th Street. The movie, about a girl who questions the existence of Santa Claus, made Wood as a star.

At the age of 16, Wood began filming one of her most famous films. She co-starred with Dean and Sal Mineo in the groundbreaking depiction of teenage rebellion and angst, Rebel Without a Cause.

In the film, Wood played the girlfriend of a troubled outsider, played by Dean. She earned an Academy Award nomination for her work. As an actress under contract, Wood sometimes had to make movies that she didn't want to.

Her mother also pressured her at times. One of her least favorite projects was The Searchers , a western starring John Wayne.

Wood felt she had been miscast as a white girl who was abducted and then raised by Native Americans. In , Wood starred opposite Warren Beatty in Splendor in the Grass , playing the part of a young girl torn by desire and social conventions.

In this role, Wood showed great range as an emotionally fragile young woman driven to madness. That same year, she starred in another troubled romance, West Side Story , in which she falls for a boy from the wrong side of the tracks.

This urban retelling of William Shakespeare 's Romeo and Juliet proved to be a hit. Wood did all her own dancing in this popular musical, but her singing was done by Marni Nixon, a Broadway performer.

Mirroring her own life story in a way, Wood played the title character in 's Gypsy , the musical about stripper Gypsy Rose Lee. Rosalind Russell co-starred as her domineering stage mother who drove her daughter to perform.

Wood earned a lot of press not just for her acting roles, but for her personal life. She enjoyed great popularity, becoming a hit with movie star fan magazines.

Wood graduated from Van Nuys High School in As Marjorie Morningstar, Wood played the role of a young Jewish girl in New York City who has to deal with the social and religious expectations of her family as she tries to forge her own path and separate identity.

Tibbetts observed that Wood's characters in Rebel , Searchers , and Morningstar began to show her widening range of acting styles.

Wood's career was in a transition period, having until then consisted of roles as a child or as a teenager. Biographer Suzanne Finstad wrote that a "turning point" in Wood's life as an actress took place when she saw the film A Streetcar Named Desire : "She was transformed, in awe of director Elia Kazan and of Vivien Leigh 's performance After a "series of bad films, her career was already in decline", according to author Douglas Rathgeb.

Kazan wrote in his memoir that the "sages" of the film community declared her "washed up" as an actress, but he still wanted to interview her for his next film:.

When I saw her, I detected behind the well-mannered 'young wife' front a desperate twinkle in her eyes I talked with her more quietly then and more personally.

I wanted to find out what human material was there, what her inner life was Then she told me she was being psychoanalyzed. That did it. Poor R.

I liked Bob Wagner , I still do. Kazan cast Wood as the female lead in Splendor , and her career rebounded. He felt that despite her earlier innocent roles, she had the talent and maturity to go beyond them.

In the film, Beatty's character was deprived of sexual love with Wood's character, and as a result turns to another, "looser" girl. Wood's character could not handle the sexuality and after a breakdown was committed to a mental institution.

Kazan writes that he cast her in the role partly because he saw in Wood's personality a "true-blue quality with a wanton side that is held down by social pressure," adding that "she clings to things with her eyes," a quality he found especially "appealing.

Finstad felt that although Wood had never trained in method acting techniques, "working with Kazan brought her to the greatest emotional heights of her career.

The experience was exhilarating, but wrenching for Natalie, who faced her demons on Splendor. I still like it when I see it," wrote Kazan.

Tibbetts wrote of similarities in her role in this film and the earlier Rebel. She was to represent the "restlessness of American youth in the s", expressed by youth gangs and juvenile delinquency, along with early rock and roll.

Both films, he observes, were "modern allegories based on the ' Romeo and Juliet ' theme, including private restlessness and public alienation.

Where in Rebel she falls in love with the character played by James Dean, whose gang-like peers and violent temper alienated him from his family, in West Side Story she enters into a romance with a white former gang member whose threatening world of outcasts also alienated him from lawful behavior.

Wood sang when she starred in the film Gypsy In the film, her ability to speak Russian was an asset given to her character Maggie DuBois, justifying the character's recording the progress of the race across Siberia and entering the race at the beginning as a contestant.

In , at the age of 25, Wood received her third Academy Award nomination for Love with the Proper Stranger , making Wood along with Teresa Wright the youngest person to score three Oscar nominations.

This record was later broken by Jennifer Lawrence in and Saoirse Ronan in , both of whom scored their third nominations at the age of Director Sydney Pollack was quoted as saying about Wood, "When she was right for the part, there was no one better.

She was a damn good actress. After the release of the films, Wood suffered emotionally and sought professional therapy.

Although many of Wood's films were commercially successful, at times her acting was criticized. The Harvard Crimson wrote she was "quite a good sport".

According to Tibbetts, this was the first film in which "the saving leavening of humor was brought to bear upon the many painful dilemmas portrayed in her adult films.

After becoming pregnant in with her first child, Natasha Gregson , Wood went into semi-retirement. She acted in only four more theatrical films during the remainder of her life.

She made a brief cameo appearance as herself in The Candidate , working once more with Robert Redford. Returning to feature films after a six-year absence, Wood starred in the comedy crime caper Peeper opposite former real-life beau Michael Caine.

In Last Married Couple , Wood broke ground: although an actress with a clean, middle-class image, she used the "F" word in a frank marital discussion with her husband George Segal.

In this period, Wood had more success in television, receiving high ratings and critical acclaim in for The Cracker Factory and especially the miniseries film From Here to Eternity , with Kim Basinger and William Devane.

She starred in The Memory of Eva Ryker , released in May , which proved to be her last completed production.

At the time of her death, Wood was filming the science fiction film Brainstorm , co-starring Christopher Walken and directed by Douglas Trumbull.

She expected to follow her performance as "Anastasia" on the stage with a starring stint in a movie adaptation of the work. The film was released posthumously on September 30, , and was dedicated to Wood in the closing credits.

Wood appeared in 56 films for cinema and television. In one of her last interviews before her death, she was defined as "our sexual conscience on the silver screen.

In September , Wood had a brief—and by all accounts unconsummated—relationship with Elvis Presley.

On June 20, , the couple announced their separation in a joint press release, and divorced ten months later on April 27, She also had a broken engagement in with shoe manufacturer Ladislav Blatnik.

They had a daughter, Natasha born Wood filed for divorce from Gregson on August 4, and it was finalized on April 12, After a short-lived romance with future California governor Jerry Brown , Wood resumed her relationship with Wagner at the end of January Their daughter Courtney was born in Wood's sister Lana Wood recalls this period:.

Her marriage was considered to be one of the best in Hollywood, and there is no question that she was a devoted, loving—even adoring—mother and stepmother.

She and R. They had overcome each other's problems and had reached an accommodation with time and the changes time brings.

As with anybody else who has settled into making a long marriage work, they were far more determined than most people to make it work.

In , retired FBI agent Donald Wilson proclaimed that he and Wood had a four-year affair from to while she was married to Wagner.

Suzanne Finstad's biography of Wood alleges that she was raped by a powerful actor when she was Though her five close friends' memories of some details or timing differ after forty-five years, the essence of what each recalls Natalie confiding to them is the same: that the same married film star lured or tricked Natalie, raped her so brutally she was physically injured, and she was too frightened or intimidated to report it to the police.

Natalie "hated" her former screen idol afterward, "shuddering" if she heard his name. She would keep the horrible secret, and behave as if nothing happened whenever their paths intersected, too schooled by Mud [her mother] in the politics of Hollywood to cross a powerful movie star.

In , Lana Wood said during a part podcast about her sister's life that the attack had occurred inside the Chateau Marmont during an audition and went on "for hours".

Wood died in mysterious circumstances at age 43 during the making of Brainstorm while on a weekend boat trip to Catalina Island on board Wagner's yacht Splendour.

Outside of drowning, many of the circumstances are unknown; it was never determined how she entered the water.

Authorities recovered her body at 8 a. Wagner said that she was not with him when he went to bed. Davern had previously stated that Wood and Wagner argued that evening, which Wagner denied at the time.

In his memoir Pieces of My Heart , Wagner admitted that he had an argument with Wood before she disappeared. Representatives of international media, photographers, and members of the public tried to attend her funeral, but all were required to remain outside the cemetery walls.

The case was reopened in November after Davern publicly stated that he had lied to police during the initial investigation and that Wood and Wagner had an argument that evening.

He alleged that Wood had been flirting with Walken, that Wagner was jealous and enraged, and that Wagner had prevented Davern from turning on the search lights and notifying authorities after Wood's disappearance.

Davern alleged that Wagner was responsible for her death. In , Los Angeles County Chief Coroner Lakshmanan Sathyavagiswaran amended Wood's death certificate and changed the cause of death from accidental drowning to "drowning and other undetermined factors".

Detectives instructed the coroner's office not to discuss or comment on the case. The addendum stated that Wood might have sustained some of the bruises on her body before she went into the water, but that this could not be definitively determined.

He claimed that he made those observations to Noguchi, who reacted strangely as if he was involved in a cover-up. In February , Wagner was named a person of interest by the police in the investigation; he has denied any involvement.

The police stated that they know that Wagner was the last person who was with Wood when she died. Officials said that it is possible that she was assaulted before she drowned.

For its last 20 years, Splendour , the foot yacht on which Wood had been aboard on the night of her death, had been in the Ala Wai Small Boat Harbor near Waikiki in Honolulu , Hawaii , but was in extremely poor condition.

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In , Wood drowned during a boating trip with husband Robert Wagner and Brainstorm co-star Christopher Walken. The circumstances of her death remain controversial.

Her mother, Maria, enrolled her ballet classes as a small child. At the age of 4, Wood landed her first film role, a bit part in Happy Land , which happened to be filming in Santa Rosa, California, where she was living at the time.

She had won over director Irving Pichel after her mother orchestrated their introduction. Later, Wood said that her mother told her to "make Mr.

Pichel love you. The dark-haired, doe-eyed girl soon made other film appearances. Wood tugged at the heartstrings of audiences with her small role as an orphan in the drama Tomorrow Is Forever, with Claudette Colbert and Orson Welles.

In , she again won over fans with her first starring role, in Miracle on 34th Street. The movie, about a girl who questions the existence of Santa Claus, made Wood as a star.

At the age of 16, Wood began filming one of her most famous films. She co-starred with Dean and Sal Mineo in the groundbreaking depiction of teenage rebellion and angst, Rebel Without a Cause.

In the film, Wood played the girlfriend of a troubled outsider, played by Dean. She earned an Academy Award nomination for her work.

As an actress under contract, Wood sometimes had to make movies that she didn't want to. Her mother also pressured her at times.

One of her least favorite projects was The Searchers , a western starring John Wayne. Wood felt she had been miscast as a white girl who was abducted and then raised by Native Americans.

In , Wood starred opposite Warren Beatty in Splendor in the Grass , playing the part of a young girl torn by desire and social conventions.

In this role, Wood showed great range as an emotionally fragile young woman driven to madness. That same year, she starred in another troubled romance, West Side Story , in which she falls for a boy from the wrong side of the tracks.

This urban retelling of William Shakespeare 's Romeo and Juliet proved to be a hit. Wood did all her own dancing in this popular musical, but her singing was done by Marni Nixon, a Broadway performer.

Mirroring her own life story in a way, Wood played the title character in 's Gypsy , the musical about stripper Gypsy Rose Lee.

Rosalind Russell co-starred as her domineering stage mother who drove her daughter to perform. Wood earned a lot of press not just for her acting roles, but for her personal life.

She enjoyed great popularity, becoming a hit with movie star fan magazines. Wood had numerous relationships — both public and secret — with her co-stars, colleagues and other stars.

Her first marriage in the s also attracted much media coverage. The year-old star wed actor Wagner , eight years her senior, in The couple became a favorite subject in fan magazines.

The union, unfortunately, did not last, with the pair splitting up in Around this time, Wood became involved with Beatty.

Even after years of therapy, Wood reached a point of deep despair in She attempted to kill herself by drug overdose that year. As part of her recovery, Wood took a break from making movies.

In , she married Richard Gregson, a writer and producer. The couple had a daughter, Natasha, the following year. In , Wood's volatile personal life took another turn.

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