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Marina Ried
Born
Marina Rsjevskaja

9 July 1921
Died26 March 1989 (aged 67)
Other namesMarina Rsjevskaja
OccupationActress
Years active1943–1985
Spouse(s)
(m. 1942; div. 1953)
RelativesOlga Chekhova (aunt)
Olga Knipper (great aunt)
Anton Chekhov (great uncle)
Ada Tschechowa (cousin)
Vera Tschechowa (first cousin once removed)

Marina Ried (born Marina Rsjevskaja, 1921–1989) was a Russian-born German stage and film actress.[1] The niece of the film star Olga Chekhova, she was born in Moscow but moved to Germany as a child. She was married to the actor Rudolf Platte between 1942 and 1953.

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
1943 Die große Nummer Bianca
1943 When the Young Wine Blossoms Astrid
1943 Tolle Nacht Marion
1944 Das Konzert Miss Kamm
1949 Der Posaunist Lilo Deinhardt, 1. Soubrette
1950 Unknown Sender Adele - Schülerin
1950 Gabriela Margot
1950 A Rare Lover Angèle, Zofe
1951 You Have to be Beautiful Tilly
1951 Das späte Mädchen Cornelia - Tänzerin
1952 My Wife Is Being Stupid Elli
1952 Three Days of Fear Mieze, Biernatzkis Freundin
1952 I Can't Marry Them All Gaby
1952 You Only Live Once Kiki Marshall
1952 At the Well in Front of the Gate Lilo, Inges Freundin
1953 The Singing Hotel Dagmar
1953 When The Village Music Plays on Sunday Nights Edith, Sängerin
1953 Life Begins at Seventeen
1953 The Flower of Hawaii Marlene Elling
1954 The Great Lola Irene de Lorme
1954 Der treue Husar
1954 The Telephone Operator Lilo Hagen
1954 The Beautiful Miller Sekretärin Ursl
1954 Alles für dich, mein Schatz
1954 Captain Wronski Susi im RWM
1954 Emil and the Detectives Seine Frau
1955 Eine Frau genügt nicht? Frau Dr. Schultz, Geschworene
1955 Du mein stilles Tal Maria Lana
1956 Black Forest Melody Uschi
1956 Nina Frau Sergejeff
1956 The Story of Anastasia Fräulein Doris Wingender
1956 Von der Liebe besiegt Floretta Seduc
1957 Widower with Five Daughters Frau Kostowitsch
1958 Grabenplatz 17 Dolores
1958 Ist Mama nicht fabelhaft?
1959 For Love and Others Grit, Schreibers Freundin
1959 Morgen wirst du um mich weinen Bardame
1967 When Night Falls on the Reeperbahn Marthe Henningsen Uncredited
1973 ...aber Jonny!

References

  1. ^ Cowie & Elley p.167

Bibliography

  • Peter Cowie & Derek Elley. World Filmography: 1967. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1977.

External links


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