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Dita Parlo (1908–1971)


Dita Parlo was born on September 4, 1908 in Stettin, Pomerania, Germany as Grethe Gerda Kornstädt. She was an actress, known for La Grande Illusion (1937), L'Atalante (1934) and Au bonheur des dames (1930). She was married to Frank Guetal. She died on December 12, 1971 in Paris, France. See full bio »

Died:

(age 63) in Paris, France

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Known For

La Grande Illusion
(1937)
L'Atalante
L'Atalante Juliette
(1934)
Au bonheur des dames
Au bonheur des dames Denise Baudu
(1930)
The Kidnapping
(1934)

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 1965 La dame de pique
Comtesse Anna Fedorovna
 1950 Justice Is Done
Elisabeth
 1940 L'or du Cristobal
Lisbeth
 1938 Paix sur le Rhin
Hedwige
 1938 Ultimatum
Anna Salic
 1938 La rue sans joie
Jeanne de Romer
 1937 Under Secret Orders
Dr. Anne-Marie Lesser
 1937 L'affaire du courrier de Lyon
Mina Lesurques
 1937 La Grande Illusion
Elsa
 1937 Mademoiselle Docteur
Anne-Marie Lesser - dite Mademoiselle Docteur - une insaisissable espionne
 1934 The Kidnapping
Elsi
 1934 L'Atalante
Juliette
 1931 Honor of the Family
Roszi
 1931 Menschen hinter Gittern
Annie Marlow
 1931 Tropennächte
Alma
 1931 Girls for Sale
Dancer Inge
 1931 Kismet
 1930 Au bonheur des dames
Denise Baudu
 1929 Melody of the Heart
Julia Balog
 1929 I bora
 1928 Ungarische Rhapsodie
Marika
 1928 Secrets of the Orient
Slave of the Princess
 1928 The Lady with the Mask
Kitty
 1928 Homecoming
Anna
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Madonna based her book 'Sex' on a fictional character named Dita, inspired by Dita Parlo and her character in L'Atalante (1934) See more »

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