Gerhard Kempinski (1904–1947) was a German-born actor.
Harry J. Wild, A.S.C. was a film and television cinematographer. Wild worked at RKO Pictures studios from 1931 through the 1950s. In total Wild was involved in 91 major film projects and two extended television series.
Kempinski Hotels S.A. is a hotel group. The group now has its head office in Geneva but was founded in Berlin in 1897 as the Hotelbetriebs-Aktiengesellschaft. Kempinski Hotels currently operates 76 five-star hotels and residences in 31 countries. Starting in Germany, over the years Kempinski has extended its hotel portfolio to other parts of Europe and to the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Minerva Urecal was an American stage and radio performer as well as a character actress in Hollywood films and on various television series from the early 1950s to 1965.
George Chandler was an American actor who starred in over 140 feature films, usually in smaller supporting roles, and he is perhaps best known for playing the character of Uncle Petrie Martin on the television series Lassie.
Erik Hell was a Swedish actor. He was born in Finland and died in Solna, Sweden. He married the actress Öllegård Wellton in 1960.
Renzo Rossellini was an Italian composer, best known for his film scores.
Dennis Hoey was a British film and stage actor, best known for playing Inspector Lestrade in six films of Universal's Sherlock Holmes series.
André Philip was a SFIO member who served in 1942 as Interior Minister under the Free French provisional government of General Charles de Gaulle. He also served as a finance minister in 1946 and part of 1947 in the Socialist‐led governments of Felix Gouin, Leon Blum and Paul Ramadier.
Sarah Padden was a theatre and film character actress. She performed on stage in the early 20th century. Her best-known single-act performance was in The Clod, a stage production in which she played an uneducated woman who lived on a farm during the American Civil War.
Mary Field was an American film actress who primarily appeared in supporting roles.
Beware of Pity is a 1946 British romantic drama film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Lilli Palmer, Albert Lieven and Cedric Hardwicke. It is based on the novel of the same name by Stefan Zweig. A paraplegic young baroness mistakes compassion for love. The film's costumes were designed by Cecil Beaton. It was made by Two Cities Films at Islington Studios. The film was not a great popular success outside the Soviet Union.
Woman to Woman is a 1947 British drama film directed by Maclean Rogers and starring Douglass Montgomery, Joyce Howard and Adele Dixon. It is based on Woman to Woman by Michael Morton which had previously been made into films twice during the 1920s. A Canadian officer and a French dancer engage in a doomed romance.
Spring Song is a 1946 British drama film directed by Montgomery Tully and starring Peter Graves, Carol Raye and Lawrence O'Madden. The film follows the history of a brooch after it is given as a present by a man to a woman in 1911.
We'll Smile Again is a 1942 British musical comedy film directed by John Baxter and starring Bud Flanagan, Chesney Allen and Meinhart Maur.
Elsa Wagner was a German actress who appeared in numerous theatrical productions and feature films during the 20th century, including 1920's The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari.
Gerhard Dammann was a German film actor.
Leyland Hodgson, also known as Leland Hodgson, was an English-born American character actor of the 1930s and 1940s. Born in London on 5 October 1892, Hodgson entered the theater in 1898. In his early 20s, Hodgson was part of a touring theater company, spending his time in the British areas of the Far East, before entering the stage in Australia. In 1930 he would move to the United States, where he would make his film debut in the Oscar-nominated film, The Case of Sergeant Grischa in 1930.
Gaiety George is a 1946 British historical musical film directed by George King and Leontine Sagan and starring Richard Greene, Ann Todd and Peter Graves. It is set in the late Victorian music hall, when an Irish impresario arrives in London.
Sarah Edwards was a Welsh-born American film and stage actress. She often played dowagers or spinsters in numerous Hollywood movies of the 1930s and 1940s, mostly in minor roles.
Edythe Elliott was an American character actress active primarily during the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.
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