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Marina von Ditmar

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Marina von Ditmar
Born30 October 1914
Died3 September 2014(2014-09-03) (aged 99)
Years active1934–1951 (film)

Marina von Ditmar (30 October 1914 – 3 September 2014) was a German film actress born in Saint Petersburg of Baltic German descent.[1]

After moving to Germany she studied acting under Lucie Höflich and Ilka Grüning. Her first roles were performed at the Schauspielhaus, Bremen, and the Altes Theater (Leipzig). In 1937, she started with the ensemble at the Volksbühne, Berlin. By 1940 she was a permanent actress at this theatre. Her first big movie success came in the operetta The Csardas Princess in 1934, alongside Hans Söhnker. In 1943, she starred with Hans Albers in Münchhausen with great commercial and critical success. During the Third Reich she was cast in several Nazi propaganda films, such as Legion Condor (1939) with Paul Hartmann, and Stukas (1941) as a French girl alongside Carl Raddatz.

In 1949, she married Dr. Hans-Georg Dehnhardt (1913–2001) and after having starred in about 24 movies she retired from acting. She died the month before her 100th birthday, in Bad Kissingen, Bavaria, where she is buried in the Parkfriedhof. Thanks to personal contacts in politics, the aristocracy and the world of film and theatre, the couple was able to receive many prominent guests in their private sanatorium in Bad Kissingen in the following decades - such as, for example, the Thai royal couple Bhumibol Adulyadej and Sirikit during the visit of the German President Heinrich Lübke and his wife Wilhelmine in 1960; Lübke was taking the cure at Dehnhardt's sanatorium at the time. "The connection with Mario Adorf was particularly close, and Uschi Glas was also among the family's friends."[2]

Von Ditmar lived in Bad Kissingen until her death and was buried in the park cemetery there.[3]

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  1. ^ Richards p.375
  2. ^ Schlegel, Thomas (2014), "Von Wohlfahrtstaat und Versorgungskirche: Das Ende einer Ära?", Think Rural!, Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, pp. 125–130, ISBN 978-3-658-03930-1, retrieved 2022-09-13
  3. ^ "schauspieler 51". Retrieved 2022-09-13.


  • Richards, Jeffrey. Visions of Yesterday. Routledge, 2014.

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