MARINA VON DITMAR GERMAN FILM ACTRESS

This real photo postcards feature German film actress Marina von Ditmar (1914-2014), a leading lady of the 1930’s and 40’s. . She was born in the Russia Empire and was of Baltic German descent. When she moved to Germany she studied acting. Her first roles were appearances at Schauspielhaus, Bremen, and the Altes Theater (Leipzig). In 1937 she joined the ensemble at the Volksbuhne in Berlin and by 1940, she was a permanent actress at this venue. Her first major movie success was in “The Csardas Princess” (1934). In 1943, she starred in “Muchhausen”, a film that had great commercial success. Von Ditmar was also well known for her role in “The Big Shadow” (1942). She appeared in several Nazi propaganda film including Stukas (1941). She married D. Hans-Georg Dehnhardt (1913-2001), a leading physician and owner of a sanitarium,  Soon after her marriage, she retired from acting. The IMDB credits Miss von Ditmar with thirty film roles. This postcard was published by Film-Forto-Verlag and was part of a series (A 3622/1). The photographer was Baumann and there is an advertising logo for the German film company UFA. Film-Foto-Verlag published this postcard. The company became known for it’s postcard portraits of film stars of the German and Italian cinema. The company was formerly known as Ross Verlag but changed it’s name in 1941.This postcard is in excellent condition (see scans). 

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  1. A real beauty who lived a long life.


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