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Die Filmprimadonna (1913)

Film star Ruth Breton has a habit of falling in love. When dating Walter she meets Von Zornhorst. When Zornhorst discards her, she pines away. As a last token of his love for Ruth, Walter ... See full summary »

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Ruth Breton
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von Zornhorst
Fritz Weidemann ...
Walter Heim, screenwriter and actor
Fred Immler
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Film star Ruth Breton has a habit of falling in love. When dating Walter she meets Von Zornhorst. When Zornhorst discards her, she pines away. As a last token of his love for Ruth, Walter writes a play for her, but during the final act of "Pierrot's Death", Ruth expires. Written by Poul, Denmark

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30 August 1915 (USA)  »

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Referenced in Den talende muse - samtaler med Asta Nielsen (2003) See more »

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