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Marina von Ditmar (1914–2014)

Marina von Ditmar was born on October 30, 1914 in Petrograd, Russian Empire. She was an actress, known for The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1943), The Csardas Princess (1934) and G.P.U. (1942). She was married to Hans-Georg Dehnhardt. She died on September 3, 2014 in Bad Kissingen, Bavaria, Germany. See full bio »

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Known For

The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
The Csardas Princess
The Csardas Princess Mädi vom Chantant
G.P.U. Irina
The Divine Jetta
The Divine Jetta Paula Schönborn


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 1951 Mutter sein dagegen sehr
 1950 Kronjuwelen
Helen Fabricius
 1949 Ruf an das Gewissen
Ingrid Andree
 1944 Seine beste Rolle
Barbara Pohl
 1943 Die beiden Schwestern
Ulrike Wilkens
 1943 Wenn der junge Wein blüht
Marna Arvik
 1943 The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
Sophie von Riedesel
 1942 Der große Schatten
Inge Schroeter
 1942 G.P.U.
 1941 Stukas
Junge Französin
 1941 Über alles in der Welt
 1940 Angelika
 1940 Weltrekord im Seitensprung
Lore, ihre Tochter
 1939 Legion Condor
 1938 Preußische Liebesgeschichte
Prinzessin Maria - ihre Tochter
 1938 Pour le Mérite
Junge Französin
 1938 Liebelei und Liebe
 1937 Der andere Mann (Short)
Gertrud Krug
 1937 The Divine Jetta
Paula Schönborn (as Marina v. Ditmar)
 1937 Vor Liebe wird gewarnt
Helga Palme, Tochter
 1936 Stadt Anatol
Rosa, Tänzerin
 1935 Der eingebildete Kranke (Short) (as Marina von Dittmar)
 1934 Besuch im Karzer (Short)
 1934 The Csardas Princess
Mädi vom Chantant

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Marina v. Ditmar | Marina von Dittmar

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German-Estonian-Livonian leading lady of the 1930's and 40's, descendant from an aristocratic lineage. Trained under Lucie Höflich and Ilka Grüning and on the stage with the ensemble of the Alten Theater in Leipzig from 1937 to 1940. Also in films from 1937, she appeared in thrillers, period dramas and comedies, as well as several NS propaganda pictures. At her peak with Universum AG (Ufa), she ... See more »

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