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Elza Temary
Born12 February 1905
Died16 February 1968 (1968-02-17) (aged 63)
Other namesElza Chancellor, Elza K. Splane
OccupationActress
Years active1926–1932

Elza Temary [Elsa Temary] (12 February 1905 – 16 February 1968) was a Hungarian film actress.[1]

Selected filmography

Personal life

Elza Temary, her stage name, was Elza Klecker. She was born in what is today Timisoara, Romania.[2]

After her active film career centered in Berlin, Germany which seems to have ended abruptly as Hitler took power, Elza married wildlife photographer / socialite Philip Chancellor and moved to Montecito, California, next to Santa Barbara. This is shown on the marriage notice at a London church. However, it was announced to the press that she was "Elza Tennair".[2][3]

As Elza Chancellor, she was then occasionally in the press as a socialite and as Philip's wife. They were close friends with another couple, Baron Maximilian (Max) von Romberg and his wife Emily, also resident in Montecito. The Chancellors later moved to Los Angeles and in 1937 to Beverly Hills.[4][5]

After World War II, the Chancellors divorced and Elza later married a Mr. Splane and relocated to Tucson, Arizona.[6][7]

References

  1. ^ Goble, Alan. (1999). 'The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film', (p. 273). Walter de Gruyter.
  2. ^ a b (March 4, 1933). Marriage record: Philip Matthiessen Chancellor (25) to Elisabeth Frederica Klecker (28). The Parish Church, St. George Hanover Square, London. City of Westminster Archives Centre; ancestrylibrary.com. (Retrieved June 24, 2021.)
  3. ^ (March 2, 1933). Millionaire reporter wed in London. Oakland Tribune, p. D7. (Retrieved June 24, 2021.)
  4. ^ (December 29, 1935). Visitor back in Montecito home. Los Angeles Times, p. D1.
  5. ^ (December 12, 1937). Photo / caption: Beauteous matron new Beverly resident [with photo of Elza Chancellor / Elza Klecker]. Los Angeles Times, part IV, p. 5. Retrieved June 24, 2021.)
  6. ^ (June 20, 1948). All over a few millions. Sunday News / Daily News (New York), pp. 18-19. (Retrieved 24 June 2021.)
  7. ^ (February 20, 1968). Obituary: Splane, Elza K. Arizona Daily Star (Tucson, AZ), p. 31. Retrieved June 24, 2021.)

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