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Margarete Schön (1895–1985)


Margarete Schön was born on April 7, 1895 in Magdeburg, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany as Margarethe Schippang. She was an actress and director, known for Kriemhild's Revenge (1924), Siegfried (1924) and The Punch Bowl (1944). She was married to Robert Dinesen. She died on December 26, 1985 in Berlin, Germany. See full bio »

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(age 90) in Berlin, Germany

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 1960 Ich rufe Dresden (TV Movie)
Hilde Hentschel
 1955 Oberwachtmeister Borck
neugierige Zeugin
 1954 Cavalry Captain Wronski
Gefängnisbeamtin
 1949 The Blue Swords
Frau Zorn
 1948 The Affair Blum
Sophie Konrad
 1945 Kolberg
 1944 Neigungsehe
Frau Reiferstein
 1944 Familie Buchholz
Frau Reiferstein (as Margarethe Schön)
 1944 The Punch Bowl
Frau Knauer (as Marg. Schön)
 1943 Damals
Gast beim Abendempfang (uncredited)
 1943 Du gehörst zu mir
Mutter Groone
 1941 Annelie
 1939 Ihr erstes Erlebnis
Mother Schäfer
 1939 The False Step
Frau von Padden
 1938 Die Frau am Scheidewege
Oberschwester Hermine
 1936 Die letzten Grüsse von Marie (Short)
Frau Floth (as Margarethe Schön)
 1936 Mädchen in Weiß
Maria Petrowna
 1936 Moral
 1936 Arzt aus Leidenschaft
Frau Felgentreu
 1935 Viktoria
Die Müllerin, Mutter Johannes' (as Margarete Scøn)
 1935 Der grüne Domino
Frau von Falck
 1935 Mazurka (uncredited)
 1934 Farewell Waltz
Madame Mercier
 1931 Gassenhauer
Emma
 1930 The Flute Concert of Sans-Souci
Princess Amalie
 1930 Hocuspocus
Geschworene
 1929 Jugendsünden
 1927 Ein Tag der Rosen im August...
Helene von Rudow
 1926 Spitzen
 1925 Kampf um die Scholle
Franz von Wulfshagen
 1922 Hanneles Himmelfahrt
Johanna, Hanneles Mutter
 1921 Der Leidensweg der Inge Krafft
Dagmar, Harry Radens Frau
 1920 Die goldene Krone
Prinzessin Elvira
 1919 Der Tänzer
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Other Works:

1954: Dubbing voice of Emma Baron in the German post-synchronized version of Mario Costa's 1953 "Perdonami!' (Verzeih mir!)

Alternate Names:

Marg. Schön | Margarethe Schön | Margarete Scøn
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Character actress, on stage from 1912. Ensemble member of the Deutschen Theater in Hannover (1915-18) and the Staatstheater Berlin (1918-45). Played a few seminal roles in silent films of the 1920's, notably as Kriemhild in Fritz Lang's "Die Nibelungen" two-part epic. Relegated to supporting roles as mothers or wives in sound films. Under contract with the East German company Defa from 1948-50. ... See more »

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