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Lenore Aubert (1918–1993)


Lenore Aubert was born in present-day Slovenia, at the time still connected to the Austro-Hungarian Empire (her French name was pure Hollywood hokum, designed to make her background more exotic - though she did live for some time in Paris). Eleanore Maria Leisner was the daughter of an Austrian general and spent her formative years in Vienna where... See full bio »

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Known For

The Prairie Ellen Wade
(1947)
The Wife of Monte Cristo Countess of Monte Cristo Haydée
(1946)

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 1952 Une fille sur la route
Princesse Véra
 1951 Fall 7:9
Madame Winter
 1950 Famous Jury Trials (TV Series)
 1950 Actor's Studio (TV Series)
- The Pink Hussar (1950)
 1949 Suspense (TV Series)
 1949 The Silver Theatre (TV Series)
 1949 Barbary Pirate
Zoltah
 1948 The Return of the Whistler
Alice Dupres Barkley
 1947 The Prairie
Ellen Wade
 1947 I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now
Fritzi Barrington
 1947 The Other Love
Yvonne Dupré
 1946 The Wife of Monte Cristo
Countess of Monte Cristo Haydée
 1946 The Catman of Paris
Marie Audet
 1945 Having Wonderful Crime
Gilda Mayfair
 1944 Action in Arabia
Mounirah al-Rashid
 1944 Passport to Destiny
Grete Neumann
 1943 They Got Me Covered
Mrs. Vanescu
 1938 Bluebeard's Eighth Wife
Party Guest (uncredited)
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Other Works:

Stage: Appeared (as "Lorraine Sheldon") in "The Man Who Came to Dinner", La Jolla Playhouse, San Diego, CA.

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She was one of the few women to portray a scientist, and the only one to play a "mad" scientist, in what has been called "The Golden Age of Cinema", although at the tail end of it, when she played Dr. Sandra Mornay, who worked with the evil Count Dracula, in Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948). See more »

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