Lg Actresses And Various Wars

by PapyLuc | created - 13 Sep 2011 | updated - 11 Mar 2012 | Public

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1. Leni Riefenstahl

Actress | Das blaue Licht

Leni Riefenstahl's show-biz experience began with an experiment: she wanted to know what it felt like to dance on the stage. Success as a dancer gave way to film acting when she attracted the attention of film director Arnold Fanck, subsequently starring in some of his mountaineering pictures. With...

2. Mireille Balin

Actress | Don Quichotte

Mireille Balin was one the most glamorous and best loved actresses of pre-war French cinema. She appeared in two of the best remembered French films of the 1930s: Pépé le Moko (1937) and Gueule d'amour (1937), both opposite Jean Gabin. After the German occupation of France and her ...

3. Anna Letenská

Actress | Cekanky

Anna Letenská was born on August 29, 1904 in Nürschan, Bohemia, Austria-Hungary. She was an actress, known for Cekanky (1940), Minulost Jany Kosinové (1940) and Babicka (1940). She died on October 24, 1942 in Mauthausen concentration camp, Austria.

4. Zarah Leander

Soundtrack | La Habanera

Beginning her acting-singing career in provincial Swedish theaters in 1929, she soon worked her way up to starring roles in Stockholm and Vienna. In 1936 she signed a contract with the Berlin film studio, UFA, despite her imperfect command of German. During World War II she became the highest-paid ...

5. Leila Khaled

Actress | Hello Au Revoir

Leila Khaled is an actress, known for Hello Au Revoir (2018), Leila Khaled: Hijacker (2006) and Words: Walls (2014).

6. Elisabeth Flickenschildt

Actress | Das große Liebesspiel

Elisabeth Flickenschildt was born on March 16, 1905 in Blankenese, Hamburg, Germany as Elisabeth Ida Marie Flickenschildt. She was an actress, known for Das große Liebesspiel (1963), The False Step (1939) and Einer frisst den anderen (1964). She was married to Rolf Badenhausen. She died on ...

7. Elisabeth Schwarzkopf

Soundtrack | Closer

Elisabeth Schwarzkopf was born on December 9, 1915 in Jarotschin, Prussia, Germany as Olga Maria Elisabeth Frederike Schwarzkopf. She was married to Walter Legge. She died on August 3, 2006 in Schruns, Vorarlberg, Austria.

8. Marie Glory

Actress | Et Dieu... créa la femme

Marie Glory was born on March 3, 1905 in Mortagne-au-Perche, Orne, France as Raymonde Louise Marcelle Toully. She was an actress, known for ...And God Created Woman (1956), Monte Cristo (1929) and La femme idéale (1934). She died on January 24, 2009 in Cannes, Alpes-Maritimes, France.

* [Red]cinememorial.com : [Green](Date et lieu de naissance : 03-03-1905, à Mortagne-au-Perche, dans l'Orne, France. Si le souvenir de Marie Glory reste encore aussi présent dans la mémoire des cinéphiles, c'est parce qu'elle fut durant une longue décennie l'une des comédiennes les plus populaires et les plus appréciées du cinéma français.

Curieusement, c'est son engagement patriotique durant la seconde guerre qui sera la cause de l'ingrat oubli des producteurs. En effet, elle fut l'une des rares actrices à avoir rejoint les Forces Françaises Libres du Général de Gaulle. Un peu à l'image de Jean Gabin, de Claude Dauphin et de Jean-Pierre Aumont....)
/Green] /Red][Link=http://cinememorial.com/Acteur_detail.php?id=1270] MARIE GLORY [/link][Purple] (Date et lieu du décès : 24-01-2009, à Cannes, dans les Alpes-Maritimes, France de cause naturelle à l'âge de 104 ans.) /Purple]

9. Magda Schneider

Actress | Sissi

Magda Schneider was born on 17 May 1909 in Augsburg, Germany and a singer, stage and film actress. After her graduation at a monastery school, she studied stenography and office management at a business school, but also attended ballet lessons and art courses at the Augsburg School of Music. Six ...

10. Ulrike Meinhof

Writer | Bambule

Ulrike Meinhof was born on October 7, 1934 in Oldenburg in Oldenburg, Germany as Ulrike Marie Meinhof. She was a writer, known for Bambule (1970). She was married to Klaus Röhl. She died on May 8, 1976 in Stammheim, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

[Red]imdb.com : [Green]/Green] /Red][Link=http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0065449/] Bambule (1970) (TV) [/link][Purple] (Du journalisme au terrorisme : Ulrike Meinhof a écrit le scénario de Mutinerie à partir de ses enquêtes journalistiques sur l'éducation surveillée, dont elle a dénoncé le caractère répressif dans le magazine Konkret. Des divergences apparaissent rapidement entre la scénariste, qui veut faire passer un message politique, et le réalisateur, poussant Ulrike Meinhof à quitter le plateau. Puis la diffusion du téléfilm, prévue sur la première chaîne publique allemande ARD le 24 mai 1970, est annulée : la scénariste vient de rejoindre avec éclat la Fraction armée rouge en participant, le 14 mai, à la libération avec violences d'Andreas Baader, incarcéré pour un incendie volontaire. Finalement montré en 1994, le film est considéré comme un document de qualité sur l'histoire de l'éducation surveillée outre-Rhin. Le titre original, Bambule, désigne le charivari provoqué par des détenus mutinés.) /Purple]