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Helena Makowska (I) (1893–1964)

Helena Makowska was born on March 2, 1893 in Krivoy Rog, Kherson Governorate, Russian Empire as Helena Woynowiczówna. She was an actress, known for Rabagas (1922), Der Tiger des Zirkus Farini (1923) and Judith (1923). She was married to Julian Makowski, Botteril and Karl Falckenberg. She died on August 22, 1964 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. See full bio »


(age 71) in Rome, Lazio, Italy

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 1958 Arrivederci Firenze
 1951 Quo Vadis
Older Woman (uncredited)
 1949 Fabiola
 1927 Kochanka Szamoty (Short)
Jadwiga Kalergis
 1925 Das Geheimnis einer Stunde
Geraldine Kreagh
 1924 Moderne Ehen
Thea Holstein
 1924 Die blonde Hannele
Gräfin Blanche Raven
 1924 Taras Bulba
 1924 Frauen im Sumpf. Aus dem Leben einer Hochstaplerin
Judith, Tochter von Graf Robert de Bertan
 1923 Quarantäne
Sein Frau
 1923 Frauenmoral
Jane Williams
 1923 Judith
Gravin Judith
 1922 Rabagas
 1919 Centocelle
 1919 Il principe Zilah
Marsa (as Elena Makowska)
 1919 Il principe dell'impossibile
Elena d'Alba
 1918 Folgore
 1918 La tartaruga
 1918 Caino
 1917 Hamlet
 1917 Tormento
 1917 Il Fauno
The princess (as Elena Makowska)
 1917 Lucciola
 1917 Cab Number 13
Jeanne Varny
 1916 Straccetto
 1916 Tramonto triste (Short)
 1916 L'apostolo
 1916 La Gioconda
 1916 Eva nemica
 1916 Val d'olivi
 1915 Romanticismo
 1911 An Autumn Sunset Dream (Short)
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