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Else von Möllendorff

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Else von Möllendorff
Else von Moellendorf Berghof, by Eva Braun 1938 (2).png
Born(1913-12-29)29 December 1913
Died28 July 1982(1982-07-28) (aged 68)
OccupationFilm actress
Years active1935–1950

Else von Möllendorff (29 December 1913 – 28 July 1982) was a German film actress who appeared in a mixture of lead and supporting roles during the Nazi and post-war eras.

Partial filmography

  • Ein falscher Fuffziger (1935) - Hilde Werner, Verkäuferin
  • 90 Minutes Stop (1936) - Ilse Siebeck
  • Schüsse in Kabine 7 (1938) - Die Schiffsstewardeß
  • Napoleon Is to Blame for Everything (1938) - Pünktchen (Madeleine)
  • Ich verweigere die Aussage (1939) - Inge Rodeck, seine Frau
  • The Scoundrel (1939) - Gusti Pitzinger
  • In letzter Minute (1939) - Else
  • Verwandte sind auch Menschen (1940) - Grete Braun
  • The Fox of Glenarvon (1940) - Mary-Ann O'Connor
  • Aus erster Ehe (1940) - Marion Dux
  • Am Abend auf der Heide (1941) - Evi Birkner, Schauspielerin
  • Familienanschluß (1941) - Helga Timm
  • Frau Luna [de] (1941) - Traute
  • Drei tolle Mädels (1942) - Inge
  • Beloved World (1942) - Rosi Hübner - Sekretärin
  • I Entrust My Wife to You (1943) - Lil
  • When the Young Wine Blossoms (1943) - Helene Arvik
  • Alles aus Liebe (1943) - Liesl Dörfler - seine Frau
  • Herr Sanders lebt gefährlich (1944) - Ellen Hinz, Sekretärin
  • Ich habe von dir geträumt (1944) - Helene
  • Peter Voss, Thief of Millions (1946) - Polly Petterson
  • Finale (1948) - Schwester Marianne
  • Verlobte Leute (1950) - Bärbel, die Dame auf dem Bild (final film role)

Bibliography

  • Fox, Jo (2007) [2006]. Film propaganda in Britain and Nazi Germany: World War II Cinema. Oxford: Berg. ISBN 978-1-85973-896-2.
  • Giesen, Rolf (2003). Nazi Propaganda Films: A History and Filmography. Jefferson, NC: McFarland. ISBN 978-0-7864-3870-9.

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