Eva Langraf

Actress - Switzerland
Borndate unknown

Mini-Biography:
The day of birth of Eva Langraf is not on record. She is a Swiss Actress, known for Es Dach überem Chopf (1962), Café Odeon (1959), Fräulein Huser (1940), Eva Langraf's first movie on record is from 1940. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1965.

Eva Langraf Filmography [Auszug]
1965: [06.20] Alle meine Söhne (Cast: Sue Bayliss (as Eva Landgraf)), Directed by August Everding, with René Deltgen, Alice Treff, Götz George,
1962: [03.30] Finden sie, dass Constanze sich richtig verhält? (Cast: Barbara), Directed by Tom Pevsner, with Lilli Palmer, Peter van Eyck, Carlos Thompson,
1962: [03.16] Es Dach überem Chopf (Cast: Frau Weber), Directed by Kurt Früh, with Zarli Carigiet, Valerie Steinmann, ,
1959: [] Café Odeon (Cast: Lily Kartmann), Directed by Kurt Früh, with Emil Hegetschweiler, Margrit Winter, Blanche Aubry,
1940: [04.16] Fräulein Huser (Cast), Directed by Leonard Steckel, with Ellen Widmann, Alfred Rasser, Erika Pesch,

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