She acted in Herbert and Ellis's revue, "Streamline," in a Charles B. Cochran's production at the Palace Theatre in London, England with Florence Desmond, Roy Russell, Charles Heslop, Naunton Wayne, Tilly Losch, Nora Howard, June Hart, Sepha Treble, Iris March, William Stephens, Moya Nugent, Esmond Knight, Larry Adler, and Kyra...
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The sound film brought her the great breakthrough. Her dancing extras were underlined in an optimal way with the audible music and she had great successes with her appearances in "Der Schlemihl" (1931), "Truxa" (1936) and especially in the two-parter "Der Tiger von Eschnapur" (1937) and "Das indische Grabmal" (1937) where she convinced as a exotic Maharani which turned the men's heads.