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Marie Popelková (1906–1977)

Marie Popelková was born on March 16, 1906 in Prague, Cechy, Austria-Hungary [now Czech Republik]. She was an actress, known for Battalion (1937), The Lost Face (1965) and The Phantom of Morrisville (1966). She died in 1977 in Prague, Czechoslovakia [now Czech Republic]. See full bio »

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Known For

Battalion Batalion Customer
(1937)
The Lost Face Actress
(1965)
The Phantom of Morrisville Wedding Guest #2
(1966)
Lady on the Tracks Woman on fashion show
(1966)

Filmography

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 1978 Settlement of Crows
Granny
 1978 Adela Has Not Had Supper Yet
Madam #8 (uncredited)
 1976 Fürs ganze Leben (TV Movie)
 1976 Anna, sestra Jany
Babka
 1975 Sedmého dne vecer
Starenka
 1972 Igrok (as M. Popelkova)
 1971 Luk královny Dorotky
Beggar-woman / Lady / Coletta
 1970 Radúz a Mahulena
Dvoranka
 1967 Happy End
 1966 Lady on the Tracks
Woman on fashion show
 1966 Last Rose from Casanova
paní z Jezerí (as Mimi Popelková)
 1966 The Phantom of Morrisville
Wedding Guest #2
 1965 The Lost Face
 1963 Icarus XB 1
Dead women (uncredited)
 1949 Revolucni rok 1848
Baronka Portheimová
 1937 Virginity
 1937 Battalion
Batalion Customer (as Mimi Popelková)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Czech dubbing version of Par-dessus le mur (1961) - dubbed Anne-Marie Rochand.

Alternate Names:

M. Popelkova | Mimi Popelková
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Star Sign:

Pisces

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