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Annette von Aretin (1920–2006)

Annette von Aretin was born on May 23, 1920 in Bamberg, Bavaria, Germany as Marie Adelhaid Elisabeth Kunigunde Felicitas Freiin von Aretin. She was an actress, known for Was bin ich? (1955), Die Abendschau (1954) and Munich: Secrets of a City (2000). She was married to Dr. Harald Klein. She died on March 1, 2006 in Munich, Bavaria. See full bio »

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 2000 Munich: Secrets of a City (voice)
 1974 Münchner Geschichten (TV Series)
- Rosenzauber (1974) ... Laudatorin (uncredited)
 1954 Grüezi, Herr Nachbar! (TV Movie)
Eine erstaunte Bayerin
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 1969-1982 Was bin ich? (TV Series)
Rateteam / Herself / Herself - Rateteam / ...
- Episode #28.3 (1982) ... Rateteam
- Episode #27.1 (1981) ... Herself
- Episode #25.1 (1979) ... Rateteam
- Episode #24.11 (1978) ... Rateteam
- Episode #24.10 (1978) ... Rateteam
 1970 TV Intim (TV Series documentary)
- Episode dated 18 October 1970 (1970) ... Herself
 1966 ARD-Fernsehlotterie - Ein Platz an der Sonne (TV Series)
Herself - Team Member
 1954 Die Abendschau (TV Series documentary)
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 1977 Otto V (TV Movie)
Herself (uncredited)

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Member of the VIP team on the long-running hit quiz show Was bin ich? (1955) from 11 February 1961 to 10 January 1989. See more »



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