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Tatjana Sais (1910–1981)

Tatjana Sais was born on January 28, 1910 in Frankfurt, Germany. She was an actress and writer, known for The Berliner (1948), Glorious Times in the Spessart (1967) and Hokuspokus oder: Wie lasse ich meinen Mann verschwinden...? (1966). She died on February 26, 1981 in West Berlin, West Germany. See full bio »

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 1967 Glorious Times in the Spessart
Frau Mümmelmann
 1966 Wie man's nimmt (TV Movie)
Fernseh-süchtige Frau Lehmann
 1966 100 Jahre Kurfürstendamm (TV Movie)
 1965 Praetorius
 1964 Slim Callaghan greift ein (TV Series)
Irene Gebler
- Die Erbschaft (1964) ... Irene Gebler
 1963 Chansons mit Geschichte (TV Movie)
 1962 Die Insulaner (TV Movie)
 1960 Friedrich Hollaender erzählt (TV Movie)
 1958 Wir Wunderkinder
Mrs. Häflingen
 1954 Fireworks
Madame Sperling
 1953 Den Ku' Damm 'rauf und runter' (TV Movie)
 1945 Meine Herren Söhne
 1939 Robert and Bertram
Isodora Ipelmeyer
 1939 Salonwagen E 417
Sängerin im Luna-Park
 1939 Bel Ami
Duroys Tischdame
 1938 Under Sealed Orders
Margot - ein Barmädchen
 1937 Strife Over the Boy Jo
 1937 White Slaves
Die Chansonette
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Stage and cabaret performer who appeared in occasional films. A star in pre-war Berlin at Werner Fincks political cabaret "Die Katakombe". After 1945, with "Der Ulenspiegel" and "Schwarzen Jahrmarkt", again in Berlin. Also a successful radio actress with station RIAS and German dubbing voice for Elsa Lanchester, Miriam Hopkins and Maureen O'Sullivan. Moved to London following her marriage to ... See more »

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