Wera Liessem

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Wera Liessem
Born(1913-04-23)23 April 1913
Hamburg, Germany
Died11 September 1991(1991-09-11) (aged 78)
Years active1932–1955

Wera Liessem (23 April 1913 11 September 1991) was a German actress. [1] She appeared in thirteen films between 1932 and 1955.



1932 The Eleven Schill Officers
1932Eine von uns
1932 The First Right of the Child
1932HusarenliebeUrsula Knax
1932 Spoiling the Game
1933 The Testament of Dr. Mabuse Lilli
1933 S.A.-Mann Brand Anni Baumann
1933Zwei im SonnenscheinOlly, Kunstmalerin
1934Das verlorene TalLisa Amann
1934 Between Heaven and Earth Lily, seine Tochter
1935 Joan of Arc Mädchen aus dem Volk

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  1. "Wera Liessem". Film Portal (in German). Retrieved 31 October 2016.