Hilde Jennings

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Hilde Jennings
Born21 December 1906
DiedUnknown, after 1955
Years active1924–1937 (film )

Hilde Jennings was a German film actress. [1] She was married to Soviet Union film director Mikhail Iosifovich Dubson. [2]


Selected filmography

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  2. "Смоляне в сталинском кинематографе. Часть 3". SmolNarod.ru. 2019-05-03. Retrieved 2020-06-04.
  3. "Большие крылья (1937)". hphsc.narod.ru. Retrieved 2020-06-04.