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Gustl Busch (1900–1969)

Gustl Busch was born on December 8, 1900 in Hamburg, Germany. She was an actress, known for ...und segelt vor jetzt vorm Wind (1953), Trauer muß Elektra tragen (1966) and Der Mann meines Lebens (1954). She was married to Gustav Knuth. She died on February 17, 1969 in Hamburg, West Germany. See full bio »

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 1966 Trauer muß Elektra tragen (TV Movie)
 1960 Madame Sans-Gêne (TV Movie)
 1960 Faust
 1959 The Rest Is Silence
Kneipen-Wirtin (uncredited)
 1959 Die Ratten (TV Movie)
Frau Kielbacke
 1958 Stahlnetz (TV Series)
Klara Kruse
- Mordfall Oberhausen (1958) ... Klara Kruse
 1955 The Devil's General
Putzfrau bei Harras
 1954 Stella (TV Movie)
 1953 Die Wäscherin des Herrn Bonaparte (TV Movie)
 1953 ...und segelt vor jetzt vorm Wind (TV Movie)
 1953 Das Lächeln der Gioconda (TV Movie)
Nurse Braddock
 1952 Toxi
 1950 Taxi-Kitty
Frau Körner (uncredited)
 1950 Der Schatten des Herrn Monitor
Dienstmädchen bei Monitor
 1950 Dieser Mann gehört mir
Freifrau von Königsfeld
 1950 Absender unbekannt
Stine - Hausmädchen bei Lehmann
 1949 Gefährliche Gäste
Frau Wolf
 1949 Kätchen für alles
Eine Dame
 1949 Schicksal aus zweiter Hand

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