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Lotte Eisner (1896–1983)

Lotte Eisner was born on March 5, 1896 in Berlin, Germany as Lotte Henriette Regina Eisner. She was a writer, known for Fata Morgana (1971), The Long Vacation of Lotte H. Eisner (1979) and La mort n'a pas voulu de moi (1984). She died on November 25, 1983 in Paris, France. See full bio »

Died:

(age 87) in Paris, France

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 1963 L'écran démoniaque (TV Movie documentary) (book)
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 1984 Paris, Texas (dedicatee - as Lotte H. Eisner)
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 1986 Portrait Werner Herzog (Documentary short)
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 1984 La mort n'a pas voulu de moi (Documentary short)
Herself
 1982 The South Bank Show (TV Series documentary)
Herself
- Werner Herzog (1982) ... Herself
 1982 Cinéma cinémas (TV Series documentary)
Herself
- Werner Herzog filme Lotte Eisner (1982) ... Herself
 1980 Lotte Eisner in Germany (Short documentary)
Herself
 1979 The Long Vacation of Lotte H. Eisner (Documentary)
Herself
 1976 Memories of Berlin: The Twilight of Weimar Culture (TV Movie documentary)
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 1971 Fata Morgana (Documentary)
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 1995 Citizen Langlois (Documentary)
Herself (uncredited)
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Other Works:

Biography (of F.W. Murnau): "Murnau" See more »

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Alternate Names:

Lotte H. Eisner
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Personal Quote:

[on Louise Brooks] Today we know that Louise Brooks is not just a ravishing creature but an amazing actress gifted with an unprecedented intelligence.

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Fled to Paris in 1933 when Hitler took over See more »

Star Sign:

Pisces

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