Gilda Langer

Portrait Gilda LangerActress - Germany
Born May 16, 1896 in Oderfurt, Mähren
Died January 31, 1920 in Berlin

Gilda Langer was born on May 16, 1896 in Oderfurt, Mähren. She was a German Actress, known for Die Frau mit den Orchideen (1919), Halbblut (1919), Der Herr der Liebe (1919), Gilda Langer's first movie on record is from 1917. Gilda Langer died on January 31, 1920 in Berlin. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1920.

Gilda Langer Filmography [Auszug]
1920: [01.02] Die Spinnen II - Das Brillantenschiff (Le Bateau au Diamants) (Cast: (--??--)), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Carl Hoffmann, Carl de Vogt, Ressel Orla,
1919: [/ /1] Die Frau mit den Orchideen (Cast), Directed by Otto Rippert, with Carl de Vogt, Werner Krauss,
1919: [] Das Mädchen mit dem Goldhelm (Cast), Directed by Victor Janson, with Hugo Flink, Werner Hollmann, Margarete Kupfer,
1919: [04/03] Halbblut (Cast: (--??--)), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Ressel Orla, Carl de Vogt, Carl Gerhard Schröder,
1919: [01/09] Der Herr der Liebe (The Master of Love) (Cast: Yvette), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Carl de Vogt, Sadjah Gezza, Fritz Lang,
1918: [10.18] Ringende Seelen (Cast: Gerda Vanini), Directed by Eugen Illés, with Werner Hollmann, Martha Angerstein,
1917: [01.11] Das Rätsel von Bangalore (The Mystery of Bangalor) (Cast: Elles, die Tochter des Gouverneurs), Directed by Alexander von Antalffy, with Harry Liedtke, Conrad Veidt,

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