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Gitta Alpar (1900–1991)

Gitta Alpar was born on February 5, 1900 in Budapest, Austria-Hungary as Regina Kalisch. She was an actress, known for She, or Nobody (1932), Gitta entdeckt ihr Herz (1932) and Ball im Savoy (1935). She was married to Niels Wessel Bagge and Gustav Fröhlich. She died on February 17, 1991 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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She, or Nobody
She, or Nobody Eva Petri
Gitta entdeckt ihr Herz
Ball im Savoy
Ball im Savoy Anita Helling
The Loves of Madame Dubarry


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 1941 The Flame of New Orleans
Opera Singer
 1936 Because of Love
Rita Bonya
 1936 Disk 413
Marguerite Salvini
 1936 Guilty Melody
Marguerite Salvini
 1935 Ball im Savoy
Anita Helling
 1932 She, or Nobody
Eva Petri
 1932 Gitta entdeckt ihr Herz
Gitta Farkas
 1932 Koloraturen (Short)
Rrom "Gitta Discovers Her Heart" (voice)
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 1932 She, or Nobody (performer: "Wenn man sein Herz verliert", "Wir sind Jung!", "Es klingt aus dem Herzen süss & schwer")
 1932 Gitta entdeckt ihr Herz (performer: "Mädel, so bist Du")
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 1975 Filmemigration aus Nazideutschland (TV Series documentary)
 1974 V.I.P.-Schaukel (TV Series documentary)
- Episode #4.1 (1974) ... Herself
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Alternate Names:

Gitta Alpar-Fröhlich | Gitta Alpár

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Austro-Hungarian actress and coloratura soprano. A cantor's daughter, she was trained at the University of Budapest and made her operatic debut in 1923. During her heyday, she performed at most of the top opera houses in Vienna and Berlin, later also appearing in a few early 1930's German films. As she had Jewish ancestry, she was forced to flee from Germany in 1935 and moved via England to the ... See more »

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