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Leontine Sagan (1889–1974)

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Austro-Hungarian actress and stage director, noted for her controversial German film Mädchen in Uniform (1931), which featured an all-female cast and was among the first movies with a lesbian theme. Sagan later went to Britain where she made another picture for Alexander Korda, then departing Europe for South Africa, eventually founding the ...

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(age 85) in Pretoria, South Africa

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Known For

Mädchen in Uniform
(1931)
Men of Tomorrow
Men of Tomorrow Director
(1932)
Showtime
Showtime Director
(1946)
David Copperfield
David Copperfield Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
(1935)

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Other Works:

O Evening Star (1936). Comedy. Written by Zoe Akins. Directed by Leontine Sagan. Empire Theatre: 8 Jan 1936- Jan 1936 (closing date unknown/5 performances). Cast: Eddie Albert, Edith Andree, Jack Ball, Quina Bilotti, Whitney Bourne, Ross Chetwynd, Frank Conroy, Emily Draper, Ada Elliott, Edward Emerson (as "Mr. Strassberg"), ... See more »

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Austro-Hungarian actress and stage director, noted for her controversial German film Mädchen in Uniform (1931), which featured an all-female cast and was among the first movies with a lesbian theme. Sagan later went to Britain where she made another picture for Alexander Korda, then departing Europe for South Africa, eventually founding the National Theatre of Johannesburg.

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