Mahalla Film Stars

Issuing Company: Mahalla, Richterswil, Zurich
Country of Issue: Switzerland
Year of Issue: From 1952 through 1961
Color/B&W: B&W
Number of Cards in Set: Close to 1200 have been seen, exact number unknown
Card Size: 2" x 2 3/4"
Issued as insert with what product: Cigarettes

Notes: Checklist incomplete. The back contains advertising text for Mahalla in German, French, and Italian. A translation of the back is as follows:

"The most famous film favourites can be found as real silver-bromide photos in Mahalla packs. No albums will be issued, and no exchange of cards will take place."

A lot of the stars shown are from MGM. Another name that crops up a lot is "Emelka", which was a German based film company and distributor, that cooperated with British filmmakers such as Korda and London Films. Then there is the Swiss company "Rex", responsible for distributing films throughout Switzerland.

The title of a film is often printed on the back, sometimes in English, but often in German and sometimes in French. If it's a German or French film, no equivalent English title will be written, because that is the film's original title. However, if only a German or French title is provided of a US or UK film, the correct English title will be given, along with the year and the studio.

A number of titles are listed in German that do not seem to exist, leading to quite a bit of detective work. It would seem that on occasion Mahalla simply translated French titles into German, with strange results. Some titles appear to have been simply made up, and there is no reference anywhere to what they may refer to. Luckily there are often cards of 2 stars together, making it more likely to deduce which film is meant.

Note: If there are multiple images of the same star, and film titles are identical, the card will be described in detail. At the end of the list are a list of film scenes, where no stars are mentioned.

There is an ad for Mahalla cigarettes that shows a picture of some cards from the set and some text about the card set. The text states:

Your favorite movies...
can be found in the form of beautiful original photos in every pack

Date info: Most films were issued between 1951 and 1956, but there are a few films which came out at the end of the 50s, beginning of the 60s. Cards were probably issued over a period of several years, maybe even a decade, hence the broad sweep of 1952-1961.

Thanks to Serge Plumecocq and Nick Bolton for help with this checklist. Nick Bolton went to the huge effort of putting together the checklist for this set, I think you will agree that he did an amazing job!


Jill Adams (sitting on beach in leopard-skin swimsuit) - "The Constant Husband" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Jill Adams (standing on beach with short check dress) - "The Constant Husband" (1955, London film for Emelka)
Dawn Addams (checking hair in mirror) - "Secrets d'alcove" (1954, Rex)
Dawn Addams (on telephone) - "Secrets d'alcove" (1954, Rex)
Eddie Albert - "Und morgen werd ich weinen" ("I'll Cry Tomorrow", 1955, MGM)
Mari Aldon - "Summer Madness" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Mari Aldon / Darren McCavin (sic. McGavin) - "Summer Madness" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Peter Alexander - "Bonjour Kathrin" (1956, Elite Film)
Peter Alexander / Margrit Imlau - "Jeder traumt vom Gluck" (Neuen Nordisk)
Elizabeth Allan - "The Heart of the Matter" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
June Allyson (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
June Allyson (sitting next to cake) - "Das Madchen in Weiss" ("The Girl in White", 1952, MGM)
June Allyson (wearing bobble cap) - "Das Madchen in Weiss" ("The Girl in White", 1952, MGM)
June Allyson (full-length, white dress) - "Die Intriganten" ("Executive Suite", 1954, MGM)
June Allyson (close-up, dark top) - "Die Intriganten" ("Executive Suite", 1954, MGM)
June Allyson - "Zu jung zum kussen" ("Too Young to Kiss", 1951, MGM)
Susanne von Almassy - "Zwei in einem Auto" (1951, Emelka)
Daphne Anderson (with flowery hat) - "Hobson's Choice" (1954, Korda-London for Emelka)
Daphne Anderson (hatless, dark top) - "Hobson's Choice" (1954, Korda-London for Emelka)
Daphne Anderson (with glass of wine and candle) - "The Beggar's Opera" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Daphne Anderson (with white bonnet) - "The Beggar's Opera" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Richard Anderson - "Alles fur Liebe" (No such title exists in German, probably the film "I love Melvin", 1953, MGM)
Richard Anderson - "Alt Heidelberg" ("The Student Prince", 1954, MGM)
Richard Anderson (in jacket and tie) - "Nur dies eine Mal" ("Just this once", 1952, MGM)
Richard Anderson (in polo shirt) - "Nur dies eine Mal" ("Just this once", 1952, MGM)
Anna Maria Pierangeli (no film title) (Emelka Film)
Pier Angeli (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Pier Angeli - "Das ratselhafte Bild" (This is the wrong German title - it should be "Begegnung in Tunis", which is the film "The Light Touch", 1951, MGM)
Pier Angeli (full-length shot, wearing white dress) - "Drei Geschichten der Liebe" (This is the wrong German title - it should be "War es die grosse Liebe?", which is the film "The Story of Three Loves", 1952, MGM)
Pier Angeli (mid-shot, check shirt and scarf) - "Drei Geschichten der Liebe" (This is the wrong German title - it should be "War es die grosse Liebe?", which is the film "The Story of Three Loves", 1952, MGM)
Pier Angeli (wearing top with flower motifs, elbow raised over shoulder) - "Flammende Sinne" ("Flame and the Flesh", 1953, MGM)
Pier Angeli (arms folded, bobble hat, next to hat stand) - "Flammende Sinne" ("Flame and the Flesh", 1953, MGM)
Pier Angeli (low-cut black top with white flowers) - "Flammende Sinne" ("Flame and the Flesh", 1953, MGM)
Pier Angeli (close-up, white top sloping off one shoulder, sitting in chair) - "Flammende Sinne" ("Flame and the Flesh", 1953, MGM)
Pier Angeli (mid-shot, white top, not sloping off shoulder, sitting in chair) - "Flammende Sinne" ("Flame and the Flesh", 1953, MGM)
Pier Angeli (black top with white flowers and large straw hat) - "Flammende Sinne" ("Flame and the Flesh", 1953, MGM)
Pier Angeli (hands on hips, wearing a three-row necklace) - "Flammende Sinne" ("Flame and the Flesh", 1953, MGM)
Pier Angeli (wearing dark coat with large fur collar) - "Sombrero" (1953, MGM)
Pier Angeli (wearing dress with thick stripes) - "Sombrero" (1953, MGM)
Pier Angeli - "Teresa" (1951, MGM)
Pier Angeli / Vic Damone (no film title, it says "MGM Stars")
Pier Angeli / John Ericson - "Teresa" (1951, MGM)
Pier Angeli / Stewart Granger - "Das ratselhafte Bild" (This is the wrong German title - it should be "Begegnung in Tunis", which is the film "The Light Touch", 1951, MGM)
Eva Anthes / Werner Peters - "Endstation Rote Laterne" (1959, Neuen Nordisk)
Desi Arnaz (wearing an open-necked check shirt) - "Flitterwochen auf Radern" ("The Long, Long Trailer", 1954, MGM)
Desi Arnaz (wearing a jacket and tie) - "Flitterwochen auf Radern" ("The Long, Long Trailer", 1954, MGM)
Francoise Arnoul (close-up, in low-cut dress) - "Secrets d'alcove" (1954, Rex)
Francoise Arnoul (full-length, sitting down next to table) - "Secrets d'alcove" (1954, Rex)
Francoise Arnoul / Marcel Mouloudji - "Secrets d'alcove" (1954, Rex)
Jonathan Ashmore (sitting in striped pyjamas, hands in lap) - "A Kid for Two Farthings" (1955, London Film for Emelka) (Note: This was his only film role! He became an acclaimed biophysicist)
Jonathan Ashmore (in white pullover, hand around back of chair) - "A Kid for Two Farthings" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Jonathan Ashmore (close-up, in striped pyjamas, hands folded in front) - "A Kid for Two Farthings" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Jonathan Ashmore (full-length, sitting outside, hands between legs) - "A Kid for Two Farthings" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Lys Assia - "Palace-Hotel" (1952, Rex)
Fred Astaire / Cyd Charisse - "Tanz uber den Broadway" (This is the incorrect German title. It was called "Vorhang auf!" ("Curtain Up!"). We know it as "The Band Wagon", 1953, MGM)
Cecile Aubry (standing in doorway looking surprised) - "Tanz in der Sonne" (1954, Rex)
Cecile Aubry (mid-shot, looking down) - "Tanz in der Sonne" (1954, Rex)
Balbina - "The Belles of St. Trinians" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Lucille Ball - "Forever Darling" (1956, MGM)
Lucille Ball - "Flitterwochen auf Radern" ("The Long, Long Trailer", 1954, MGM)
Lucille Ball - "Mein Engel und Ich" ("Forever Darling", 1956, MGM)
Lucille Ball / Desi Arnaz - "Flitterwochen auf Radern" ("The Long, Long Trailer", 1954, MGM)
Eva Bartok (close-up, with headscarf, hand on face) - "Madeleine Tel. 136211" (1958, Elite Film)
Eva Bartok (almost full-length, both hands on chest) - "Madeleine Tel. 136211" (1958, Elite Film)
Eva Bartok (staring through window, in 2-row pearl necklace) - "Der letzte Walzer" (1953, Rex)
Eva Bartok (reading letter in wide-brimmed hat) - "Der letzte Walzer" (1953, Rex)
Eva Bartok (smiling in polka-dot jacket, bowtie and with umbrella) - "Der letzte Walzer" (1953, Rex)
Eva Bartok / O.E. Hasse - "Der letzte Walzer" (1953, Rex)
Robert Beatty - "Bulldog Drummond kehrt zuruck" ("Calling Bulldog Drummond", 1951, MGM)
Heliane Bei - "Der unsterbliche Lump" (1953, Rex)
Polly Bergen / Jean Hagen - "Arena" (1953, MGM)
Jacques Bergerac - "Beautiful Stranger" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Ingrid Bergman (holding handkerchief to mouth) - "Gaslicht" ("Gaslight", 1944, MGM)
Ingrid Bergman (with both hands tucked into muff) - "Gaslicht" ("Gaslight", 1944, MGM)
Ingrid Bergman (with white headgear and striped top) - "Gaslicht" ("Gaslight", 1944, MGM)
Ingrid Bergman (white dress and holding a closed fan) - "Gaslicht" ("Gaslight", 1944, MGM)
Ingrid Bergman (in dark dress holding a box to chest) - "Gaslicht" ("Gaslight", 1944, MGM)
Ingrid Bergman / Joseph Cotten (both looking at letters) - "Gaslicht" ("Gaslight", 1944, MGM)
Ingrid Bergman / Joseph Cotten (he holds object in hand and stares at her) - "Gaslicht" ("Gaslight", 1944, MGM)
Ingrid Bergman / Charles Boyer - "Gaslicht" ("Gaslight", 1944, MGM)
Sabine Bethmann - "Heimat - Deine Lieder" (1959, Elite Film)
Claire Bloom (white shirt) - "The Man Between" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Claire Bloom (dark shirt, hand on face) - "The Man Between" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Ann Blyth (in white dress in front of candelabra) - "Alt Heidelberg" ("The Student Prince", 1954, MGM)
Ann Blyth (in nightgown sitting at window) - "Alt Heidelberg" ("The Student Prince", 1954, MGM)
Ann Blyth (close-up, in profile, toothy smile) - "Alt Heidelberg" ("The Student Prince", 1954, MGM)
Ann Blyth / Edmund Purdom (she in multibuttoned dress, he in casual jacket) - "Alt Heidelberg" ("The Student Prince", 1954, MGM)
Ann Blyth / Edmund Purdom (mid-shot, she in boater-style hat, as they look into each others eyes) - "Alt Heidelberg" ("The Student Prince", 1954, MGM)
Ann Blyth / Edmund Purdom (close-up, he in uniform whispers into her ear) - "Alt Heidelberg" ("The Student Prince", 1954, MGM)
Ann Blyth / Edmund Purdom (he in uniform holds her hand, about to kiss) - "Alt Heidelberg" ("The Student Prince", 1954, MGM)
Ann Blyth / Edmund Purdom (full-length, he in uniform, holding each other as though about to dance) - "Alt Heidelberg" ("The Student Prince", 1954, MGM)
Ann Blyth (holding a golf club) - "Des Konigs Dieb" ("The King's Thief", 1955, MGM)
Ann Blyth (holding a white cat) - "Des Konigs Dieb" ("The King's Thief", 1955, MGM)
Ann Blyth (looking up, wrap on one shoulder, low-cut dress) - "Die schwarze Perle" ("All the Brothers were Valiant", 1953, MGM)
Ann Blyth (looking at camera, with cape and low-cut dress) - "Die schwarze Perle" ("All the Brothers were Valiant", 1953, MGM)
Ann Blyth (looking slightly to side, string choker, white ruffled top) - "Die schwarze Perle" ("All the Brothers were Valiant", 1953, MGM)
Ann Blyth (full-length, in wedding dress) - "Die schwarze Perle" ("All the Brothers were Valiant", 1953, MGM)
Ann Blyth (low-cut dress, stripy background) - "Ein Fremder im Paradies" (Title does not exist! They mean the film "Kismet", 1955, MGM)
Ann Blyth (hand over arm, black background) - "Ein Fremder im Paradies" (Title does not exist! They mean the film "Kismet", 1955, MGM)
Ann Blyth (close-up, wearing pendant) - "Rose Marie" (1954, MGM)
Ann Blyth (mid-shot, holding budgie) - "Rose Marie" (1954, MGM)
Ann Blyth / Fernando Lamas - "Rose Marie" (1954, MGM)
Karlheinz Boehm / Ingrid Stenn (she in hat, he depressed, drink in front of him) - "Der unsterbliche Lump" (1953, Rex)
Karlheinz Boehm / Ingrid Stenn (close-up, she with dishevelled hair, he clean-shaven in shadow) - "Der unsterbliche Lump" (1953, Rex)
Karlheinz Boehm / Ingrid Stenn (she on right staring into his eyes, he about to kiss her) - "Der unsterbliche Lump" (1953, Rex)
Karlheinz Boehm / Ingrid Stenn (he standing over her shoulder, she in black & white staring to side) - "Der unsterbliche Lump" (1953, Rex)
Karlheinz Boehm / Heliane Bei (old man on left, pair looking at each other, she in top with dots) - "Der unsterbliche Lump" (1953, Rex)
Karlheinz Boehm / Heliane Bei (sitting in countryside, he holding her from behind, she in check dress ) - "Der unsterbliche Lump" (1953, Rex)
Ward Bond - "Mein Freund Gypsy" (Wrong title. The film was called "Treue" (Faithful) in Germany and was the film "Gypsy Colt", 1954, MGM)
Ward Bond / Frances Dee - "Mein Freund Gypsy" (Wrong title. The film was called "Treue" (Faithful) in Germany and was the film "Gypsy Colt", 1954, MGM)
Dieter Borsche - "Die Barrings" (1955, Emelka)
Dieter Borsche - "Vater braucht eine Frau" (1952, Schorchtfilm for Emelka)
Dieter Borsche / Carl Wery - "Die grosse Versuchung" (1952, Rotary for Neuen Nordisk)
Dieter Borsche / Inge Egger / Karl Schonbock - "Fanfaren der Ehe" (1953, NDF for Emelka)
Charles Boyer / Ingrid Bergman (he holds her from behind, hand in hair) - "Gaslicht" ("Gaslight", 1944, MGM)
Charles Boyer / Ingrid Bergman (looking into each other's eyes, hands placed on necks) - "Gaslicht" ("Gaslight", 1944, MGM)
Charles Boyer / Ingrid Bergman (standing at window facing each other, she in hat) - "Gaslicht" ("Gaslight", 1944, MGM)
Charles Boyer / Ingrid Bergman (sitting in theatre, she looking down at object in his hand) - "Gaslicht" ("Gaslight", 1944, MGM)
Charles Boyer / Ingrid Bergman (he grasping her hand, she turning dramatically away) - "Gaslicht" ("Gaslight", 1944, MGM)
Charles Boyer / Ingrid Bergman (full-length, both smartly dressed, she with hand through his arm) - "Gaslicht" ("Gaslight", 1944, MGM)
Charles Boyer / Ingrid Bergman / Joseph Cotten - "Gaslicht" ("Gaslight", 1944, MGM)
Keefe Brasselle - "Karussel des Lebens" (No idea which film this is - it doesn't exist!)
Rossano Brazzi (close-up, in profile) - "Summer Madness" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Rossano Brazzi (mid-shot, hand in air waving) - "Summer Madness" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Rossano Brazzi - "Die Irrfahrten des Odysseus" (sic. Fahrten) (Italian film. "Ulysses", 1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
David Brian - "Griff in den Staub" ("Intruder in the Dust", 1949, MGM)
Pamela Britton - "Urlaub in Hollywood" ("Anchors Aweigh!", 1945, MGM)
John Bromfield - "Du bist so leicht zu lieben" ("Easy to Love", 1953, MGM)
Heidi Bruehl & Michael Heltau - "Man ist nur 2 x Jung" (1958, Stamm-Film)
Louis Calhern (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Louis Calhern (holding telephone) - "Die Intriganten" ("Executive Suite", 1954, MGM)
Louis Calhern (smiling at camera) - "Die Intriganten" ("Executive Suite", 1954, MGM)
Louis Calhern - "Pantherstaffel 8" (Once again this title does not exist in German. It was actually called "Verwegene Landung" (Risky Landing) and is the film "Men of the Fighting Lady", 1954, MGM)
Kay Callender (leaning on armchair, hand on head) - "They who Dare" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Kay Callender (sitting, with arms lightly folded) - "They who Dare" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Corinne Calvet (close-up, looking up, white top with wide collar) - "Die schonen Madchen von Florenz" (1955, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Corinne Calvet (full-length, sitting on sofa with bunch of flowers) - "Die schonen Madchen von Florenz" (1955, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Judy Campbell (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
William Campbell - "Verrat im Fort Bravo" ("Escape from Fort Bravo", 1953, MGM)
Gianna Maria Canale - "Die Irrfahrten des Odysseus" (sic. Fahrten) (Italian film. "Ulysses", 1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Macdonald Carey - "Malaga" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Yvonne de Carlo (mid-shot, head up, straight at camera) - "The Captain's Paradise" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Yvonne de Carlo (mid-shot, body and head angled to right, hand by chest) - "The Captain's Paradise" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Yvonne de Carlo (mid-shot, tiara in hair, looking up at camera) - "The Captain's Paradise" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Yvonne de Carlo (almost full-length, large necklace, hands by sides) - "The Captain's Paradise" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Primo Carnera - "A Kid for Two Farthings" (1955, London Film for Emelka) (Note: Carnera was a famous heavyweight boxer)
Leslie Caron (wearing a black dress with white gloves, hands folded) - "Gaby" (1956, MGM)
Leslie Caron (wearing a striped top, holding sunglasses) - "Gaby" (1956, MGM)
Leslie Caron - "Gigi" (1958, MGM)
Leslie Caron - "Lili" (1953, MGM)
Martine Carol - "Secrets d'alcove" (1954, Rex)
Teresa Celli (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Maria Casares (no film title) (Photo Pandora)
Marge & Gower Champion (he on left, arms around her shoulders) - "Jupiters Liebling" ("Jupiter's Darling", 1955, MGM)
Marge & Gower Champion (she on left, he behind in tie) - "Jupiters Liebling" ("Jupiter's Darling", 1955, MGM)
Marge & Gower Champion - "Fur Dich, mein Schatz!" ("Everything I have is Yours", 1952, MGM)
Gower Champion - "Fur Dich, mein Schatz!" ("Everything I have is Yours", 1952, MGM)
Cyd Charisse (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Cyd Charisse (mid-shot, holding camera, in tartan dress) - "Brigadoon" (1954, MGM)
Cyd Charisse (full-length, in one-piece swimsuit holding rope) - "Brigadoon" (1954, MGM)
Cyd Charisse (full-length, in ballet costume, tying up shoe) - "Brigadoon" (1954, MGM)
Cyd Charisse (bare shoulders, large necklace and bracelet) - "Der weisse Tod" ("The Wild North", 1952, MGM)
Cyd Charisse (full-length, sitting in bar-dame outfit, black stockings) - "Der weisse Tod" ("The Wild North", 1952, MGM)
Cyd Charisse (hand on hip, other hand on chin, high-necked top) - "Sombrero" (1953, MGM)
Cyd Charisse (bare arm with fingers splayed, white top) - "Sombrero" (1953, MGM)
Cyd Charisse (mid-shot, dark lacey top, hands up) - "Tanz uber den Broadway" (This is the incorrect German title. It was called "Vorhang auf!" ("Curtain Up!"). We know it as "The Band Wagon", 1953, MGM)
Cyd Charisse (full-length, sitting on stool, large multi-layered dress) - "Tanz uber den Broadway" (This is the incorrect German title. It was called "Vorhang auf!" ("Curtain Up!"). We know it as "The Band Wagon", 1953, MGM)
Cyd Charisse (full-length, standing up in one-piece dark swimsuit) - "Tanz uber den Broadway" (This is the incorrect German title. It was called "Vorhang auf!" ("Curtain Up!"). We know it as "The Band Wagon", 1953, MGM)
Cyd Charisse - "Tief in meinen Herzen" ("Deep in my Heart", 1954, MGM)
Cyd Charisse (full-length, as ballet dancer) - "Vorwiegend Heiter" ("It's always fair Weather", 1955, MGM)
Cyd Charisse (full-length, hand on hip, other hand on stool) - "Vorwiegend Heiter" ("It's always fair Weather", 1955, MGM)
Helen Cherry - "Three Cases of Murder" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Antonio Cifariello - "Die schonen Madchen von Florenz" (1955, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Suzanne Cloutier - "Derby Day" (1952, Korda-London for Emelka)
Donna Corcoran (sitting in white dress) - "Mein Freund Gypsy" (Wrong title. The film was called "Treue" ("Faithful") in Germany and was the film "Gypsy Colt", 1954, MGM)
Donna Corcoran (sitting in dungarees reading a magazine) - "Mein Freund Gypsy" (Wrong title. The film was called "Treue" ("Faithful") in Germany and was the film "Gypsy Colt", 1954, MGM)
Donna Corcoran / Ward Bond - "Mein Freund Gypsy" (Wrong title. The film was called "Treue" ("Faithful") in Germany and was the film "Gypsy Colt", 1954, MGM)
Adrienne Corri (low-cut top, brooch in middle) - "Devil Girl from Mars" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Adrienne Corri (low-cut top, lined with pearls) - "Devil Girl from Mars" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Jonathan Cott - "Die Macht der Liebe" ("Night into Morning", 1951, MGM)
Joseph Cotten (in top hat and white bowtie) - "Gaslicht" ("Gaslight", 1944, MGM)
Joseph Cotten (in jacket and tie holding newspaper) - "Gaslicht" ("Gaslight", 1944, MGM)
Joseph Cotten (in casual jacket and cravat) - "Gaslicht" ("Gaslight", 1944, MGM)
Hazel Court (mid-shot, in strapless dress) - "Devil Girl from Mars" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Hazel Court (full-length, sitting in spread-out dress with straps) - "Devil Girl from Mars" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
James Craig (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Joan Crawford (head leaning against armchair, with necklace) - "Stolz und Leidenschaft" (translates as "The Pride and the Passion", but this is the wrong German title, which was "Korper ohne Seele" ("Bodies without Souls"), which is the film "Torch Song", 1953, MGM)
Joan Crawford (almost full-length, in big dress, hand at hip) - "Stolz und Leidenschaft" (translates as "The Pride and the Passion", but this is the wrong German title, which was "Korper ohne Seele" ("Bodies without Souls"), which is the film "Torch Song", 1953, MGM)
Roland Culver - "The Man who loved Redheads" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Arlene Dahl (no film title) (close-up, cameo brooch at neck, dark ribbon in hair)
Arlene Dahl (no film title) (close-up, looking straight at camera, dark shadows, hand at chest)
Arlene Dahl (no film title) (mid-shot, holding diaphanous wrap, clover shapes in background
Arlene Dahl (no film title) (mid-shot, dark top, pendant, looking soulfully to left)
Arlene Dahl (no film title) (mid-shot, white dress and gloves, hand under chin)
Arlene Dahl (no film title) (full-length, sitting on white stool in queen-of-hearts card)
Vic Damone (close-up, checked shirt, smiling to side) - "Hit the Deck" (1955, MGM)
Vic Damone (close-up, checked shirt, arm around chair, smiling direct to camera) - "Hit the Deck" (1955, MGM)
Vic Damone (lying on sofa reading) - "Athena" (1954, MGM)
Vic Damone (standing in front of a xylophone) - "Athena" (1954, MGM)
Vic Damone (sitting next to a desk) - "Athena" (1954, MGM)
Adriana Danieli - "Tempi Nostri" (1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Denise Darcel - "Frauen-Karawane" ("Westward the Women", 1951, MGM)
Denise Darcel / Robert Taylor - "Frauen-Karawane" ("Westward the Women", 1951, MGM)
Danielle Darrieux / Fernando Lamas - "Reich, Jung und Hubsch" ("Rich, Young and Pretty", 1951, MGM)
Nancy Davis (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Nancy Davis / John Hodiak - "Die Macht der Liebe" ("Night into Morning", 1951, MGM)
Doris Day - "Lied ohne Liebe" (The wrong German title. Correct is "Nachtclub-Affaren" ("Nightclub Affair") which is the film "Love Me or Leave Me", 1955, MGM)
Vera Day (close-up, smiling directly at camera) - "A Kid for Two Farthings" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Vera Day (mid-shot, with slight smile towards camera) - "A Kid for Two Farthings" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Andree Debar (close-up, fist raised to head, large striped collar) - "Port du desir" (1954, Rex)
Andree Debar (close-up, leaning against rocks with sun in face) - "Port du desir" (1954, Rex)
Andree Debar (mid-shot, tree-trunk on left, crucifix chain around neck) - "Port du desir" (1954, Rex)
Andree Debar / Jean Gabin (flowery dress, she kissing him on cheek) - "Port du desir" (1954, Rex)
Andree Debar / Jean Gabin (she with arms folded, he with cap over left eye) - "Port du desir" (1954, Rex)
Andree Debar / Henri Vidal (lying down, with arms around each other) - "Port du desir" (1954, Rex)
Andree Debar / Henri Vidal (she with flowery dress, standing and staring at each other) - "Port du desir" (1954, Rex)
Frances Dee (close-up, in low-cut, dark top and necklace) - "Mein Freund Gypsy" (Wrong title. The film was called "Treue" ("Faithful") in Germany and was the film "Gypsy Colt", 1954, MGM)
Frances Dee (mid-shot, arms folded, in high-necked top) - "Mein Freund Gypsy" (Wrong title. The film was called "Treue" ("Faithful") in Germany and was the film "Gypsy Colt", 1954, MGM)
Frances Dee / Ward Bond - "Mein Freund Gypsy" (Wrong title. The film was called "Treue" ("Faithful") in Germany and was the film "Gypsy Colt", 1954, MGM)
Frances Dee / Donna Corcoran / Ward Bond - "Mein Freund Gypsy" (Wrong title. The film was called "Treue" ("Faithful") in Germany and was the film "Gypsy Colt", 1954, MGM)
Danielle Delorme / Ives Montant (sic. Danièle & double sic. Yves Montand) - "Tempi Nostri" (1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Maria Denis (mid-shot, elbow raised and hand by neck) - "Tempi Nostri" (1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Maria Denis (full-length, sitting on post, hand upraised holding cigarette) - "Tempi Nostri" (1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Ivan Desny (close-up, head tilted, eyes right) - "Andre und Ursula" (1955, Elite-Film)
Ivan Desny (close-up, head straight, eyes slightly left) - "Andre und Ursula" (1955, Elite-Film)
Anton Diffring (close-up, looking to right holding a cigarette) - "I am a Camera" (1955, Remus-London Film for Emelka)
Anton Diffring (close-up, looking directly at camera) - "I am a Camera" (1955, Remus-London Film for Emelka)
Anton Diffring (close-up, wearing dark hat) - "I am a Camera" (1955, Remus-London Film for Emelka)
Diana Dors (close-up, low-cut top, looking to right) - "A Kid for Two Farthings" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Diana Dors (close-up, low-cut top, looking to left) - "A Kid for Two Farthings" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Diana Dors (mid-shot, with roll-neck sweater) - "A Kid for Two Farthings" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Diana Dors (mid-shot, roll-neck sweater, leaning against wall) - "A Kid for Two Farthings" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Diana Dors (full-length, wearing buttoned-up dress, standing next to pillar) - "A Kid for Two Farthings" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Diana Dors / Joe Robinson (she on left, he on right in white singlet) - "A Kid for Two Farthings" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Diana Dors / Joe Robinson (he on left in white singlet, she on right staring at him) - "A Kid for Two Farthings" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Diana Dors / Joe Robinson (he in speckled pullover standing behind her) - "A Kid for Two Farthings" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Paul Douglas - "Die Intriganten" ("Executive Suite", 1954, MGM)
Sonia Dresdel (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
James Drury (no film title) (MGM-Star)
Roma Dumville - "The Constant Husband" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Claudine Dupuis (close-up, hair down, furry stole and bare shoulders) - "C'est la vie parisienne" (1954, Rex)
Claudine Dupuis (mid-shot, hair up, dress and long gloves, flowers on straps) - "C'est la vie parisienne" (1954, Rex)
Claudine Dupuis (full-length, holding reins of horse) - "C'est la vie parisienne" (1954, Rex)
Claudine Dupuis / Philippe Lemaire (he with trumpet in hand, she with arms around him) - "C'est la vie parisienne" (1954, Rex)
Claudine Dupuis / Philippe Lemaire (she in carriage, he as coachman with hat raised) - "C'est la vie parisienne" (1954, Rex)
Claudine Dupuis / Philippe Lemaire (she standing on left with handbag, two men sitting on right) - "C'est la vie parisienne" (1954, Rex)
Inge Egger - "Dein Mund verspricht mir Liebe" (1954, Rex)
Inge Egger - "Fanfaren der Liebe" (1951, Neue Deutsche Filmges. for Emelka)
Inge Egger / Peter Pasetti - "Dein Mund verspricht mir Liebe" (1954, Rex)
Inge Egger / Karl Schonbock - "Fanfaren der Ehe" (1953, NDF for Emelka)
Inge Egger / Erwin Strahl - "Dein Mund verspricht mir Liebe" (1954, Rex)
Willy Eichberger - "Regina Amstetten" (1954, Roxy Film)
Taina Elg - "Der glaserne Pantoffel" ("The Glass Slipper") (1955, MGM)
Taina Elg - "Der verlorene Sohn" (This is incorrect, the German title was "Tempel der Versuchung" ("Temple of Temptation"), which is the film "The Prodigal", 1955, MGM)
Taina Elg (close-up, face half in shadow looking up) - "Gaby" (1956, MGM)
Taina Elg (mid-shot, in low-cut dress and necklace, hoop shapes in background) - "Gaby" (1956, MGM)
Vera Ellen - "Die Schone von New-York" ("The Belle of New York", 1952, MGM)
Denholm Elliott / Ann Todd - "The Sound Barrier" (1952, Korda-London for Emelka)
John Ericson - "Grunes Feuer" ("Green Fire", 1954, MGM)
John Ericson - "Rhapsodie" (Wrong title in German. It was actually called "Symphonie des Herzens", which is the film "Rhapsody", 1954, MGM)
John Ericson - "Stadt in Angst" ("Bad Day at Black Rock", 1955, MGM)
John Ericson - "Symphonie des Herzens" ("Rhapsody", 1954, MGM)
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
David Farrar (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Hertha Feiler / Inge Egger (both standing, mirror on left, chair on right) - "Dein Mund verspricht mir Liebe" (1954, Rex)
Hertha Feiler / Inge Egger (one standing, the other sitting in front of piano) - "Dein Mund verspricht mir Liebe" (1954, Rex)
Hertha Feiler / Inge Egger (both standing, with elderly gentleman between them) - "Dein Mund verspricht mir Liebe" (1954, Rex)
Hertha Feiler / Peter Pasetti (both in close-up, his face near her temple) - "Dein Mund verspricht mir Liebe" (1954, Rex)
Hertha Feiler / Peter Pasetti (both standing, with elderly gentleman on right) - "Dein Mund verspricht mir Liebe" (1954, Rex)
Hertha Feiler / Erwin Strahl - "Dein Mund verspricht mir Liebe" (1954, Rex)
Mel Ferrer - "Die Ritter der Tafelrunde" ("Knights of the Round Table", 1953, MGM)
Maria Fiore - "Tempi Nostri" (1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
O.W. Fischer - "Solange Du da bist" (1953, Elite-Film)
Barbara Florian - "Die drei Korsaren" (1952, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Nina Foch - "Die Intriganten" ("Executive Suite", 1954, MGM)
Bryan Forbes - "An Inspector Calls" (1954, Korda-London for Emelka)
Glenn Ford - "Junger Mann - ganz gross!" (title doesn't exist in German, no indication which film it could be!) (MGM)
Sally Forrest - "Die Nacht war Zeuge" (wrong title in German, which was called "Der Tote in den Dunen" (Death in the Dunes), which was the film "Mystery Street", 1950, MGM)
Sally Forrest - "Helden der Strasse" ("Code Two", 1953, MGM)
Sally Forrest / Robert Horton - "Helden der Strasse" ("Code Two", 1953, MGM)
Sally Forrest / Ralph Meeker - "Helden der Strasse" ("Code Two", 1953, MGM)
Steve Forrest (close-up, straight at camera) - "Nehmt sie im Sturm" (This is not the correct German title. This should be "Sprung auf, marsch, marsch!" ("Jump up, March, March!"), which is the film "Take the High Ground!", 1953, MGM)
Steve Forrest (mid-shot, arms folded, looking up) - "Nehmt sie im Sturm" (This is not the correct German title. This should be "Sprung auf, marsch, marsch!" ("Jump up, March, March!"), which is the film "Take the High Ground!", 1953, MGM)
Rudolf Forster - "Der letzte Mann" (1955, NDF for Emelka)
John Forsythe (hands folded, in baggy shirt) - "Verrat im Fort Bravo" ("Escape from Fort Bravo", 1953, MGM)
John Forsythe (in cowboy gear, holding hat) - "Verrat im Fort Bravo" ("Escape from Fort Bravo", 1953, MGM)
Bob Fosse - "Kuss' mich Liebling!" (wrong German title, it should be "Kuss mich, Katchen!", which is of course "Kiss me Kate", 1953, MGM)
Anne Francis - "Alarm im Weltall" ("Forbidden Planet", 1956, MGM)
Sally Fraser (close-up, with high-necked top) - "Auf den Hund gekommen" ("It's a Dog's Life", 1955, MGM)
Sally Fraser (mid-shot, low-necked top with pearl-like straps) - "Auf den Hund gekommen" ("It's a Dog's Life", 1955, MGM)
Shelagh Fraser - "Raising a Riot" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Maria Frau (close-up, 3-row necklace, hand behind ear) - "Stern von Rio" (1955, Rex)
Maria Frau (full-length, dancing with arms above head) - "Stern von Rio" (1955, Rex)
Maria Frau / Franco Andrei - "Stern von Rio" (1955, Rex)
Maria Frau / Willy Fritsch - "Stern von Rio" (1955, Rex)
Maria Frau / Johannes Heesters (both looking into mirror, he behind her) - "Stern von Rio" (1955, Rex)
Maria Frau / Johannes Heesters (he on left, arms around her, she with big earrings) - "Stern von Rio" (1955, Rex)
Maria Frau / Willy Fritsch / Johannes Heesters - "Stern von Rio" (1955, Rex)
Mona Freemann (sic. Freeman) - "Donnervogel" (no such title exists, could be the film "Battle Cry" from 1955, distributor was Monopol Films)
Robert Freytag (close-up, one button undone on shirt) - "Conchita" (1954, Rex)
Robert Freytag (mid-shot, holding paper, two shirt buttons undone) - "Conchita" (1954, Rex)
Willy Fritsch - "Madchen mit Beziehungen" (1950, Rex)
Gustav Frohlich - "Rosen aus dem Suden" (1954, Rex)
Gustav Frohlich / Susi Nicoletti / Karl Schonbock - "Rosen aus dem Suden" (1954, Rex)
Vera Frydtberg - "Die grosse Chance" (1957, Stamm-Film)
Joachim Fuchsberger - "Endstation rote Laterne" (1959, Neuen Nordisk)
Betsy von Fuerstenberg (no film title)
Clark Gable - "Jenseits des Missouri" (wrong German title - it should be "Colorado". This was the film "Across the Wide Missouri", 1951, MGM)
Clark Gable (in dark jacket and tie) - "Mogambo" (1953, MGM)
Clark Gable (in high-necked, ribbed sweater) - "Mogambo" (1953, MGM)
Clark Gable (in open-necked safari jacket) - "Mogambo" (1953, MGM)
Clark Gable (mid-shot, in dark jacket and tie, hand under elbow) - "Mogambo" (1953, MGM)
Clark Gable / Victor Mature - "Verraten!" ("Betrayed", 1954, MGM)
Clark Gable / Gene Tierney - "Verlass' mich nie!" (once again the incorrect German title. It was called "Es begann in Moskau" ("It began in Moscow") and is the film "Never Let Me Go", 1953, MGM)
Clark Gable / Lana Turner (close-up, he on left, she on right in black) - "Verraten!" ("Betrayed", 1954, MGM)
Clark Gable / Lana Turner (mid-shot, she on left in white, embracing Gable) - "Verraten!" ("Betrayed", 1954, MGM)
Clark Gable / Lana Turner / Victor Mature - "Verraten!" ("Betrayed", 1954, MGM)
Zsa Zsa Gabor - "L'ennemi Public No. 1" (French film, 1953, Elite-Film)
Irene Galter - "Quand tu liras cette lettre" (French film, 1953, Rex)
Irene Galter / Yvonne Sanson - "Quand tu liras cette lettre" (French film, 1953, Rex)
Rita Gam (close-up, head lying on cushion, black top) - "Saadia" (1953, MGM)
Rita Gam (close-up, hand by chin, low-cut top) - "Saadia" (1953, MGM)
Rita Gam (full-length, long dress, standing between pillars) - "Saadia" (1953, MGM)
Samia Gamal / Robert Taylor - "Das Tal der Konige" ("Valley of the Kings", 1954, MGM)
Greta Garbo / Freddie Bartholomew - "Anna Karenina" (1935, MGM)
Greta Garbo / Robert Taylor (close-up, both seated, her head held back) - "Die Kameliendame" ("Camille", 1936, MGM)
Greta Garbo / Robert Taylor (full-length, she standing above him) - "Die Kameliendame" ("Camille", 1936, MGM)
Ava Gardner (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Ava Gardner (mid-shot, low-cut light dress, drapes behind) - "Die Ritter der Tafelrunde" ("Knights of the Round Table", 1953, MGM)
Ava Gardner (mid-shot, in shiny dress, arms wrapped around ladder/trellis) - "Die Ritter der Tafelrunde" ("Knights of the Round Table", 1953, MGM)
Ava Gardner (mid-shot, low-cut dress with stripes, hand at shoulder, drapes behind) - "Die Ritter der Tafelrunde" ("Knights of the Round Table", 1953, MGM)
Ava Gardner (full-length, sitting down showing leg, large painting behind) - "Die Ritter der Tafelrunde" ("Knights of the Round Table", 1953, MGM)
Ava Gardner (full-length, in Guinevere costume, with castle behind) - "Die Ritter der Tafelrunde" ("Knights of the Round Table", 1953, MGM)
Ava Gardner - "Liebesnachte am Mississippi" ("Show Boat", 1951, MGM)
Ava Gardner - "Reite, Vaquero!" ("Ride, Vaquero!", 1953, MGM)
Ava Gardner / Mel Ferrer - "Die Ritter der Tafelrunde" ("Knights of the Round Table", 1953, MGM)
Ava Gardner / Robert Taylor - "Die Ritter der Tafelrunde" ("Knights of the Round Table", 1953, MGM)
Jean Gargoet - "I am a Camera" (1955, Remus-London Film for Emelka)
Judy Garland - "Die Komodianten kommen" ("Summer Stock", 1950, MGM)
Greer Garson (in striped top) (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Greer Garson (in dark top, hands in front) (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Greer Garson (mid-shot, high-collar tied in a bow) - "Ihre zwolf Manner" ("Her Twelve Men", 1954, MGM)
Greer Garson (full-length, in one-piece swimsuit in beach) - "Ihre zwolf Manner" ("Her Twelve Men", 1954, MGM)
Greer Garson (long black ribbon at neck, looking up) - "Vicki" (wrong German title, it was known as "Skandal bei Scourie" (Scandal at Scourie). "Vicky", 1953, MGM)
Greer Garson (dressed in black, arms folded) - "Vicki" (wrong German title, it was known as "Skandal bei Scourie" (Scandal at Scourie). "Vicky", 1953, MGM)
Greer Garson / Fernando Lamas - "Sie war keine Lady!" (Wrong title! In Germany this was released as "Der Gauner und die Lady" ("The Scoundrel and the Lady"), which is the film "The Law and the Lady", 1951, MGM)
Vittorio Gassman / Elizabeth Taylor - "Symphonie des Herzens" ("Rhapsody", 1954, MGM)
Leo Genn (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Leo Genn - "Meine Heimat ist das Meer" (Wrong title, in Germany this was released as "Schiff ohne Heimat" ("Ship without a Home"), which is "Plymouth Adventure", 1952, MGM)
Leo Genn - "Quo Vadis?" (1951, MGM)
Leo Genn - "The Green Scarf" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Leo Genn / Marina Berti - "Quo Vadis?" (1954, MGM)
Paulette Goddard (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Danielle Godet (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Marius Goring - "Kursbuch des Satans" (1952, Rex)
Gardy Granass / Curd Juergens - "Praterherzen" (1953, Rex)
Gardy Granass / Hans Putz - "Praterherzen" (1953, Rex)
Farley Granger - "Sturm im Sommer" (no such film title exists. This is the Italian film "Senso", 1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Stewart Granger - "Der weisse Tod" ("The Wild North", 1952, MGM)
Stewart Granger (close-up, arms folded under chin) - "Die schwarze Perle" ("All the Brothers were Valiant", 1953, MGM)
Stewart Granger (almost full-length, with cigarette and white shorts) - "Die schwarze Perle" ("All the Brothers were Valiant", 1953, MGM)
Cary Grant (close-up, head at angle) - "Eine Frau wie Du" (wrong title once again, in Germany it was called "Du und keine andere" ("You and no other"), which is the film "Dream Wife", 1953, MGM)
Cary Grant (mid-shot, sitting up straight, arms folded) - "Eine Frau wie Du" (wrong title once again, in Germany it was called "Du und keine andere" ("You and no other"), which is the film "Dream Wife", 1953, MGM)
Kathryn Grayson (looking straight ahead, low-cut top) (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Kathryn Grayson (looking to side, high-necked top) (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Kathryn Grayson - "Konige der Mode" (wrong title, in Germany it was called "Manner machen Mode" ("Men make Fashion"), which is the film "Lovely to Look at", 1952, MGM)
Kathryn Grayson - "Kuss' mich Liebling!" (Wrong German title, it should be "Kuss mich, Katchen!", which is of course "Kiss me Kate", 1953, MGM)
Kathryn Grayson - "Liebesnachte in Mississippi" ("Show Boat", 1951, MGM)
Kathryn Grayson / Howard Keel - "Konige der Mode" (wrong title, in Germany it was called "Manner machen Mode" ("Men make Fashion"), which is the film "Lovely to Look at", 1952, MGM)
Juliette Greco - "Quand tu liras cette lettre" (French film, 1953, Rex)
Richard Green (in pin-striped jacket and tie) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Richard Green (outdoors in shirt and striped tie holding jacket) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Richard Green - "Kampf um Ehre" ("Rogue's March", 1953, MGM)
Joan Greenwood (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Jane Greer - "Der Clown" ("The Clown", 1953, MGM)
Jane Griffiths - "The Green Scarf" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Oliver Grimm - "Griff nach den Sternen" (1955, Rex)
Isa u. Jutta Guenther - "Der erste Kuss" (1954, Elite Film)
Georges Guetary - "Plume au vent" (French film, 1952, Solar-Film for Emelka)
Alec Guinness (close-up, big cheesy smile) - "The Captain's Paradise" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Alex Guinness (mid-shot, holding umbrella and wearing hat) - "The Captain's Paradise" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Waltraud Haas - "Du bist die Rose vom Worthersee" (1952, Algefa for Emelka)
Waltraut Haas - "Lumpazivagabundus" (1956, Elite Film)
Waltraut Haas / Oliver Grimm - "Wenn der Vater mit dem Sohne" (1955, Elite Film)
Waltraud Haas / Curd Juergens - "Du bist die Rose vom Worthersee" (1952, Algefa for Emelka)
Jean Hagen - "Arena" (1953, MGM)
Jean Hagen / Henry Morgan - "Arena" (1953, MGM)
Ann Hanslip (close-up, low-cut dress) - "Three Cases of Murder" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Ann Hanslip (almost full-length, large dress, arm placed on leg) - "Three Cases of Murder" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Julie Harris - "I am a Camera" (1955, Remus-London Film for Emelka)
Rex Harrison (playing clarinet in white jacket and bowtie) - "The Constant Husband" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Rex Harrison (outside in front of ocean, casual unbuttoned shirt) - "The Constant Husband" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Rex Harrison / Kay Kendall - "The Constant Husband" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Rex Harrison / Nicole Maurey - "The Constant Husband" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Paul Hartmann - "Solange Du noch eine Mutter hast" (this film title does not exist, the correct title is "Regina Amstetten", 1953, Roxy Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Paul Hartmann / Robert Freytag - "Conchita" (1954, Rex)
Laurence Harvey (looking at camera, slight angle, no cuff visible) - "I am a Camera" (1955, Remus-London Film for Emelka)
Laurence Harvey (looking straight at camera, cuff visible) - "I am a Camera" (1955, Remus-London Film for Emelka)
Laurence Harvey (close-up, only his head visible, unsmiling) - "Sturm uber dem Nil" ("Storm over the Nile", 1955, London Film for Emelka)
Laurence Harvey (mid-shot, in uniform, smiling) - "Sturm uber dem Nil" ("Storm over the Nile", 1955, London Film for Emelka)
Angelika Hauff - "Lockende Gefahr" (1950, Rex)
Angelika Hauff / Walter Richter - "Lockende Gefahr" (1950, Rex)
Jack Hawkins (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Susan Hayward - "Und Morgen werd' ich weinen" ("I'll Cry Tomorrow", 1955, MGM)
Marjorie Hellen - "Die Macht und ihr Preis" ("The Power and the Prize", 1956, MGM) (Note: She changed her name in 1959 to Leslie Parrish)
Robert Helpmann (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Michael Heltau - "Der letzte Mann" (1955, NDF for Emelka)
Jan Hendriks (close-up, head only, staring in the distance) - "Die Macht der Liebe" (title is wrong, it should be "Der grosse Zapfenstreich", 1952, Rex)
Jan Hendriks (almost full-length, standing in uniform in front of woman sitting on bench) - "Die Macht der Liebe" (title is wrong, it should be "Der grosse Zapfenstreich", 1952, Rex)
Jan Hendriks / Hannerl Matz (he in uniform holding her hand, with arm around shoulder) - "Die Macht der Liebe" (title is wrong, it should be "Der grosse Zapfenstreich", 1952, Rex)
Jan Hendriks / Hannerl Matz (standing at open window, he with arms around her) - "Die Macht der Liebe" (title is wrong, it should be "Der grosse Zapfenstreich", 1952, Rex)
Jan Hendriks / Hannerl Matz (he out of uniform dancing with her) - "Die Macht der Liebe" (title is wrong, it should be "Der grosse Zapfenstreich", 1952, Rex)
Jan Hendriks / Hannerl Matz (both sitting at table, he kissing her hand) - "Die Macht der Liebe" (title is wrong, it should be "Der grosse Zapfenstreich", 1952, Rex)
Paul Henreid / Elma Karlowa - "Bezaubernde Frauen" (wrong title, it should be "Dieses Lied bleibt bei Dir", 1954, Rex)
Paul Henreid / Eva Kerbler - "Bezaubernde Frauen" (wrong title, it should be "Dieses Lied bleibt bei Dir", 1954, Rex)
Bobby Henrey (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Eileen Herlie (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Eileen Herlie - "Mr. Gilbert and Mr. Sullivan" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka) (note: Title was actually "Gilbert and Sullivan" or "The Story of Gilbert and Sullivan")
Margot Hielscher - "Die Mucke" (1954, Rex)
Valerie Hobson / Howard Keel - "The Small Voice" (1948, Korda-London for Emelka) (Note: The title of the film in the US was "The Hideout")
John Hodiak - "Es gibt kein zuruck" (wrong title, it should be "Der Mordprozess O'Hara", which is "The People Against O'Hara", 1951, MGM)
Paul Hoerbiger / Hannerl Matz - "Ich tanze mit Dir in den Himmerl hinein" (1952, Rex)
William Holden - "Die Intriganten" ("Executive Suite", 1954, MGM)
William Holden / June Allyson (in each other's arms, looking at each other) - "Die Intriganten" ("Executive Suite", 1954, MGM)
William Holden / June Allyson (in each other's arms, looking into camera) - "Die Intriganten" ("Executive Suite", 1954, MGM)
William Holden / June Allyson (she on left in nightie, he on right in white shirt) - "Die Intriganten" ("Executive Suite", 1954, MGM)
William Holden / Eleanor Parker - "Verrat im Fort Bravo" ("Escape from Fort Bravo", 1953, MGM)
William Holden / Shelley Winters - "Die Intriganten" ("Executive Suite", 1954, MGM)
Maria Holst (sitting at desk on the telephone) - "Rosen aus dem Suden" (1954, Rex)
Maria Holst (mid-shot, dark dress with 10 buttons in pairs) - "Rosen aus dem Suden" (1954, Rex)
Maria Holst / Gustav Frohlich (she on left, he on right in jacket and white bowtie) - "Rosen aus dem Suden" (1954, Rex)
Maria Holst / Gustav Frohlich (he on left, lighting up her cigarette) - "Rosen aus dem Suden" (1954, Rex)
Adrian Hoven - "Canaris" (1954, Elite-Film)
Trevor Howard / Elizabeth Allen - "The Heart of the Matter" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Sally Ann Howes (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Ruth Hussey (close-up, elegant dress and pearls, straight at camera) - "Nordwest-Passage" ("Northwest Passage", 1940, MGM)
Ruth Hussey (mid-shot, elegant dress and pearls, toothy smile to the right) - "Nordwest-Passage" ("Northwest Passage", 1940, MGM)
Ruth Hussey (full-length, big elegant dress, sitting in chair) - "Nordwest-Passage" ("Northwest Passage", 1940, MGM)
Martha Hyer & Carlos Thompson - "Herrin der Welt" (1960, Stamm-Film)
Ulla Jacobson - "Sie tanzte nur einen Sommer" (1951, Monopol-Film)
Isabel Jeans - "Gigi" (1958, MGM)
Glynis Johns (close-up, in nurse's uniform) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Glynis Johns (mid-shot, bare shoulders, fur stole) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Glynis Johns (mid to long-shot, dark lacey dress, necklace) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Celia Johnson (close-up, white top) - "The Captain's Paradise" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Celia Johnson (mid-shot, white top, sitting in chair) - "The Captain's Paradise" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Van Johnson (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Van Johnson - "Abenteur in Rom" ("When in Rome", 1952, MGM)
Van Johnson - "Alles oder nichts" ("Go for Broke!", 1951, MGM)
Van Johnson - "Brigadoon" (1954, MGM)
Van Johnson - "Meine Heimat ist das Meer" (Wrong title, in Germany this was released as "Schiff ohne Heimat" ("Ship without a Home"), which is "Plymouth Adventure", 1952, MGM)
Van Johnson & Dawn Addams - "Meine Heimat ist das Meer" (Wrong title, in Germany this was released as "Schiff ohne Heimat" ("Ship without a Home"), which is "Plymouth Adventure", 1952, MGM)
Barry Jones (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Dean Jones - "Der Einzelganger" (wrong title, this was called "Anders als die anderen" ("Different to the Others") in Germany, and is the film "Tea and Sympathy", 1956, MGM)
Emrys Jones - "Three Cases of Murder" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Judi Jordan - "Raintree County" (1957, MGM)
Curd Jurgens - "Das Bekenntnis der Ina Kahr" (1954, Rex)
Curd Juergens - "Meines Vaters Pferde" (1953, Elite-Film)
Curd Juergens - "Teufel in Seide" (1956, Elite-Film)
Curd Jurgens / Jester Naefe - "Das Bekenntnis der Ina Kahr" (1954, Rex)
Katy Jurado (mid-shot, looking to right, bare shoulders) - "Das Komplott" ("Trial", 1955, MGM)
Katy Jurado (full-length, in lace dressing gown, facing left, almost leaning on hand) - "Das Komplott" ("Trial", 1955, MGM)
Katy Jurado (full-length, in lace dressing gown, facing ahead, mirror on right) - "Das Komplott" ("Trial", 1955, MGM)
John Justin (in jacket and tie, looking to right) - "The Angel with the Trumpet" (1950, Korda-London for Emelka)
John Justin (no jacket or tie, arms folded smiling at camera) - "The Angel with the Trumpet" (1950, Korda-London for Emelka)
John Justin - "The Man who loved Redheads" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
John Justin - "The Teckman Mystery" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Anneliese Kaplan - "Der letzte Walzer" (1953, Rex)
Elma Karlowa - "Bezaubernde Frauen" (wrong title, it should be "Dieses Lied bleibt bei Dir", 1954, Rex)
Elma Karlowa - "Du bist die Welt fur mich" (1953, Monopol-Film)
Howard Keel (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Howard Keel - "Liebesnachte am Mississippi" ("Show Boat", 1951, MGM)
Howard Keel - "Rose Marie" (1954, MGM)
Claire Kelly - "Taucherkommando" ("Underwater Warrior", 1958, MGM)
Gene Kelly - "Vorwiegend heiter" ("It's always fair Weather", 1955, MGM)
Gene Kelly / Kathryn Grayson - "Urlaub in Hollywood" ("Anchors Aweigh!", 1945, MGM)
Gene Kelly / Frank Sinatra / Kathryn Grayson - "Urlaub in Hollywood" ("Anchors Aweigh!", 1945, MGM)
Grace Kelly (smiling, holding a cup of tea) - "Der Schwan" ("The Swan", 1956, MGM)
Grace Kelly (in high-necked tunic, arms folded, looking serious) - "Der Schwan" ("The Swan", 1956, MGM)
Grace Kelly - "Grunes Feuer" ("Green Fire", 1954, MGM)
Grace Kelly / John Ericson - "Grunes Feuer" ("Green Fire", 1954, MGM)
Kay Kendall (close-up, looking straight at camera, high-collar) - "Liebe, Tod und Teufel" ("Quentin Durward", 1955, MGM)
Kay Kendall (close-up, black sweater, wide elaborate necklace) - "Liebe, Tod und Teufel" ("Quentin Durward", 1955, MGM)
Kay Kendall (mid-shot, wearing coat with scarf and upturned collar) - "Liebe, Tod und Teufel" ("Quentin Durward", 1955, MGM)
Kay Kendall (close-up, looking unsmiling to left) - "The Constant Husband" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Kay Kendall (mid-shot, upturned coat collar, toothy smile) - "The Constant Husband" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Kay Kendall (mid-shot, upturned collar, elbow resting on knee) - "The Constant Husband" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Kay Kendall (standing behind a camera on a tripod) - "The Constant Husband" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Kay Kendall (full-length, black trousers, light blouse, standing next to table) - "The Constant Husband" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Eva Kerbler (mid-shot, diamond necklace and earrings, feather in hair) - "Bezaubernde Frauen" (wrong title, it should be "Dieses Lied bleibt bei Dir", 1954, Rex)
Eva Kerbler (she on left with black hat, man on right) - "Bezaubernde Frauen" (wrong title, it should be "Dieses Lied bleibt bei Dir", 1954, Rex)
Eva Kerbler (man at piano on left, she with long necklace and boa) - "Bezaubernde Frauen" (wrong title, it should be "Dieses Lied bleibt bei Dir", 1954, Rex)
Eva Kerbler / Paul Henreid (she on left with feather in hair, he with top hat) - "Bezaubernde Frauen" (wrong title, it should be "Dieses Lied bleibt bei Dir", 1954, Rex)
Eva Kerbler / Paul Henreid (both sitting, he on right with arms around her) - "Bezaubernde Frauen" (wrong title, it should be "Dieses Lied bleibt bei Dir", 1954, Rex)
Kerima (close-up of head only, looking to left) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Kerima (close-up, bare shoulder, looking at camera) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Kerima (mid-shot, leaning in chair, small pendant, white low-cut top) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Deborah Kerr (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Deborah Kerr - "Der Gefangene von Zenda" ("The Prisoner of Zenda", 1952, MGM)
Josefin Kipper - "Conchita" (1954, Rex)
Josefin Kipper / Robert Freytag - "Conchita" (1954, Rex)
Josefin Kipper / Paul Hartmann - "Conchita" (1954, Rex)
Doris Kirchner - "Fanfaren der Ehe" (1953, NDF for Emelka)
Doris Kirchner - "Ja, Ja, die Liebe in Tirol" (1955, Elite Film)
Doris Kirchner - "Schmutziger Engel" (1958, Union Film)
Dorothy Kirsten - "Der grosse Caruso" ("The Great Caruso", 1951, MGM)
Paul Klinger - "Fliegendes Klassenzimmer" (1954, Elite Film)
Hildegard Knef - "The Angel with the Trumpet" (1950, London Film for Emelka)
Hildegard Knef (striped, low cut top, looking down) - "The Man Between" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Hildegard Knef (high-necked, dark outfit, hands under chin) - "The Man Between" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Lillimore Knudsen - "The Belles of St. Trinians" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Gustav Knuth - "Die Mucke" (1954, Rex)
Gustav Knuth - "S'Waisechind vo Engelberg" (1956, Elite Film)
Ingeborg Korner - "Toxi" (1952, Rex)
Ingeborg Korner - "Wenn am Sonntagabend die Dorfmusik spielt" (1953, Berolina Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Ingeborg Korner / Rudolf Prack (he on left, holding her hand, looking at each other) - "Wenn am Sonntagabend die Dorfmusik spielt" (1953, Berolina Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Ingeborg Korner / Rudolf Prack (she on left, he standing behind her looking to the heavens) - "Wenn am Sonntagabend die Dorfmusik spielt" (1953, Berolina Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Ingeborg Korner / Rudolf Prack (she on left, arms wrapped around him, head on his shoulder) - "Wenn am Sonntagabend die Dorfmusik spielt" (1953, Berolina Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Ingeborg Korner / Rudolf Prack (she on left holding his hand, mountain on left, fir on right) - "Wenn am Sonntagabend die Dorfmusik spielt" (1953, Berolina Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Ingeborg Korner / Hans Stuwe - "Wenn am Sonntagabend die Dorfmusik spielt" (1953, Berolina Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Hilde Krahl - "1. April 2000" (1952, Rex)
Hilde Krahl - "Die Mucke" (1954, Rex)
Hilde Krahl / Gustav Knuth (he standing behind her, both looking serious) - "Die Mucke" (1954, Rex)
Hilde Krahl / Gustav Knuth (he sitting down, she standing and smiling at him) - "Die Mucke" (1954, Rex)
Hilde Krahl / Gustav Knuth / Margot Hielscher - "Die Mucke" (1954, Rex)
Hardy Kruger - "Schon muss man sein" (1951, Rex)
Hardy Kruger & Loni von Friedl (he on left, she behind in striped top, both looking up) - "Zwei unter Millionen" (1961, Elite Film)
Hardy Kruger & Loni von Friedl (she on left, he looking at her) - "Zwei unter Millionen" (1961, Elite Film)
Gertrud Kuckelmann (mid-shot, holding a fan) - "Das tanzende Herz" (1953, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Gertrud Kuckelmann (mid-shot, white bowtie, clasps in hair, no fan) - "Das tanzende Herz" (1953, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Gertrud Kuckelmann (almost full-length, kneeling on bench in large white dress, fan in hand) - "Das tanzende Herz" (1953, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Gertrud Kuckelmann - "Ein Herz spielt falsch" (1953, Schorchtfilm for Emelka)
Gertrud Kuckelmann - "Die Starkere" (1953, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Gertrud Kuckelmann / O.W. Fischer - "Ein Herz spielt falsch" (1953, Schorchtfilm for Emelka)
Gertrud Kuckelmann / Paul Henckels - "Die Starkere" (1953, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Gertrud Kuckelmann / Harald Juhnke - "Die Starkere" (1953, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Gertrud Kuckelmann / Rolf von Nauckhoff - "Ein Herz spielt falsch" (1953, Georg Witt-Film for Emelka. Note that on other cards this is Schorchtfilm for Emelka)
Gertrud Kuckelmann / Hans Sohnker - "Die Starkere" (1953, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Machiko Kyo (mid-shot, black kimono, needle through hair) - "Das kleine Teehaus" ("The Teahouse of the August Moon", 1956, MGM)
Machiko Kyo (full-length, in striped kimono, holding traditional Japanese umbrella) - "Das kleine Teehaus" ("The Teahouse of the August Moon", 1956, MGM)
Patricia Laffan - "Quo Vadis?" (1951, MGM)
Janet Lake - "Raintree County" (1957, MGM)
Fernando Lamas - "Die lustige Witwe" ("The Merry Widow", 1952, MGM)
Fernando Lamas - "Reich, Jung und Hubsch" ("Rich, Young and Pretty", 1951, MGM)
Fernando Lamas (mid-shot, white roll-neck pullover and jacket) - "Rose Marie" (1954, MGM)
Fernando Lamas (mid-shot, dark roll-neck pullover, no jacket) - "Rose Marie" (1954, MGM)
Fernando Lamas (mid-shot, tasselled jacket and scarf) - "Rose Marie" (1954, MGM)
Fernando Lamas (almost full-length, standing next to horse) - "Rose Marie" (1954, MGM)
Fernando Lamas (full-length, sitting bare-chested on horse) - "Rose Marie" (1954, MGM)
Fernando Lamas / Ann Blyth - "Rose Marie" (1954, MGM)
Burt Lancaster - "Tal der Rache" ("Vengeance Valley", 1951, MGM)
Burt Lancaster / Joanne Dru - "Tal der Rache" ("Vengeance Valley", 1951, MGM)
Mario Lanza (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Mario Lanza - "Mein Herz singt fur Dich" ("Because You're Mine", 1952, MGM)
Mario Lanza / James Whitmore - "Mein Herz singt fur Dich" ("Because You're Mine", 1952, MGM)
Charles Laughton - "Hobson's Choice" (1954, Korda-London for Emelka)
Peter Lawford - "Kampf um Ehre" ("Rogue's March", 1953, MGM)
Barbara Lawrence - "Ihre zwolf Manner" ("Her Twelve Men", 1954, MGM)
Belinda Lee (mid-shot, hands on hips, unbuttoned sweater) - "The Belles of St. Trinians" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Belinda Lee (full-length, outdoors standing on step-ladder) - "The Belles of St. Trinians" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Janet Leigh (close-up, hands under chin, black high-necked top) - "Heisses Pflaster" ("Rogue Cop", 1954, MGM)
Janet Leigh (close-up, in wrap-around top and 2-row pearl necklace) - "Heisses Pflaster" ("Rogue Cop", 1954, MGM)
Janet Leigh (mid-shot, in hat and black stole, holding dog) - "Heisses Pflaster" ("Rogue Cop", 1954, MGM)
Janet Leigh (facing camera with toothy smile, holding black dog) - "Nackte Gewalt" ("The Naked Spur", 1953, MGM)
Janet Leigh (low-cut, lacey top ,with single-row pearl necklace) - "Nackte Gewalt" ("The Naked Spur", 1953, MGM)
Janet Leigh (reflected in mirror, flowery top) - "Scaramouche" (1952, MGM)
Janet Leigh (holding hand by neck, single-row pearl necklace, dark top) - "Scaramouche" (1952, MGM)
Janet Leigh (flowery top, pearl necklace, no mirror) - "Scaramouche" (1952, MGM)
Vivien Leigh (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Vivien Leigh (in huge white fur coat holding a dark handbag) - "The Deep Blue Sea" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Vivien Leigh (sitting outside in the snow, in white bobble hat) - "The Deep Blue Sea" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Vivien Leigh / Kenneth More - "The Deep Blue Sea" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Vivien Leigh / Ralph Richardson - "Anna Karenina" (1948, Korda-London for Emelka)
Margaret Leighton (close-up, head at angle, top with wide white collar) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Margaret Leighton (close-up, looking to left, white high-necked top, earring visible) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Margaret Leighton (close-up, looking to left, low-cut top with white ruffles) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Margaret Leighton (mid-shot, looking to right, low-cut top with white ruffles) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Margaret Leighton (mid-shot, in white gloves and holding closed fan) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Margaret Leighton (almost full-length, in long white dress holding open fan) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Margaret Leighton (mid-shot, in striped hat and 6-row pearl necklace) - "The Constant Husband" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Margaret Leighton (full-length, sitting in check-pattern chair while knitting) - "The Constant Husband" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Margaret Leighton - "The Teckman Mystery" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Philippe Lemaire (in check shirt, arms folded, looking at camera) - "Quand tu liras cette lettre" (French film, 1953, Rex)
Philippe Lemaire (sitting and writing at desk) - "Quand tu liras cette lettre" (French film, 1953, Rex)
Philippe Lemaire / Juliette Greco - "Quand tu liras cette lettre" (French film, 1953, Rex)
Philippe Lemaire / Yvonne Sanson - "Quand tu liras cette lettre" (French film, 1953, Rex)
Ruth Leuwerik (close-up, dark top, looking to side) - "Ein Herz spielt falsch" (1953, Schorchtfilm for Emelka)
Ruth Leuwerik (close-up, black gloves and bracelet, looking at camera) - "Ein Herz spielt falsch" (1953, Schorchtfilm for Emelka)
Ruth Leuwerik (mid-shot, lacey top, arm draped over chair) - "Ein Herz spielt falsch" (1953, Schorchtfilm for Emelka)
Ruth Leuwerik - "Geliebte Feindin" (1955, Elite-Film)
Ruth Leuwerik (low-cut dress, black necklace, toothy grin) - "Geliebtes Leben" (1953, Filmaufbau-Produktion for Emelka) (note - "Schorchtfilm" on other card)
Ruth Leuwerik (high-cut, stripey dress, hands together over chair) - "Geliebtes Leben" (1953, Schorchtfilm for Emelka) (note - "Filmaufbau-Produktion" on other card)
Ruth Leuwerik - "Rosen im Herbst" (1955, Elite Film)
Ruth Leuwerik - "Vater braucht eine Frau" (1952, Schorchtfilm for Emelka)
Ruth Leuwerik / O.W. Fischer - "Ein Herz spielt falsch" (1953, Georg Witt-Film for Emelka) (note - elsewhere it states "Schorchtfilm")
Jarma Lewis - "Auf den Hund gekommen" ("It's a Dog's Life", 1955, MGM)
Jarma Lewis (mid-shot, holding horse-whip) - "Umzingelt!" ("The Marauders", 1955, MGM)
Jarma Lewis (mid-shot, dark dress, arm above head) - "Umzingelt!" ("The Marauders", 1955, MGM)
Jarma Lewis (full-length, sitting in diaphanous nightie) - "Umzingelt!" ("The Marauders", 1955, MGM)
Luciana Liberati - "Die schonen Madchen von Florenz" (Italian Film, 1955, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Viveca Lindfors - "Das Schloss im Schatten" ("Moonfleet", 1955, MGM)
Moira Lister - "Tiefe blaue See" (wrong German title, it was actually called "Lockende Tiefe" ("Seductive Depths"), which is "The Deep Blue Sea", 1955, MGM)
Maria Litto - "Blume von Hawaii" (1953, no studio mentioned)
Maria Litto / Willy Fritsch - "Die verschleierte Maja" (1951, Rex)
Bruni Loebel - "Madchen mit Beziehungen" (1950, Rex)
Bruni Loebel / Willy Fritsch - "Madchen mit Beziehungen" (1950, Rex)
Bruni Loebel / Rudolf Prack (he holding child) - "Madchen mit Beziehungen" (1950, Rex)
Bruni Loebel / Rudlof Prack (he with hands in pockets, no child) - "Madchen mit Beziehungen" (1950, Rex)
Herbert Lom - "Beautiful Stranger" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Herbert Lom - "Lifeline" (no such film exists, London Film for Emelka)
Paula Low (standing in front of rushes, hands together) - "Ein Leben fur Do" (1954, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Paula Low (sitting in front of rushes, arms behind her) - "Ein Leben fur Do" (1954, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Paula Low (lying on her front in short grass) - "Ein Leben fur Do" (1954, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Paula Low / Peter Mosbacher (mid-shot, mountains in background, noses touching) - "Ein Leben fur Do" (1954, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Paula Low / Peter Mosbacher (full-length, mountains and lots of clouds in background, facing left) - "Ein Leben fur Do" (1954, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Paula Low / Peter Mosbacher (full-length, mostly mountains, very little sky in background, looking at each other) - "Ein Leben fur Do" (1954, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Paula Low / Hans Sohnker (both sitting and staring at steering wheel of car) - "Ein Leben fur Do" (1954, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Paula Low / Hans Sohnker (he sits in car, she stands behind him with hands on his shoulders) - "Ein Leben fur Do" (1954, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Paula Low / Hans Sohnker (he with arm around her, both in front of poster with backs to camera) - "Ein Leben fur Do" (1954, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
John Lund - "Romanze in Brasilien" (title does not exist, this is the film "Serenade in Rio", which was the correct German title for "Latin Lovers", 1953, MGM)
John Lund / Lana Turner - "Romanze in Brasilien" (title does not exist, this is the film "Serenade in Rio", which was the correct German title for "Latin Lovers", 1953, MGM)
Ingrid Lutz (close-up, holding open fan) - "Dein Mund verspricht mir Liebe" (1954, Rex)
Ingrid Lutz (mid-shot, sitting on sofa, on right man with top hat) - "Dein Mund verspricht mir Liebe" (1954, Rex)
Ingrid Lutz - "Der Mayor und die Stiere" (sic. Major) (1955, Rex)
Leueen MacGrath - "Three Cases of Murder" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Sheila Manahan (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Silvana Mangano (mid-shot, outside in skimpy top) (no film title) (Emelka)
Silvana Mangano (mid-shot, inside staring at a letter) (no film title) (Emelka)
Silvana Mangano (full-length, in long dark dress leaning against carved object) (no film title) (Emelka)
Silvana Mangano / Kirk Douglas - "Die Irrfahrten des Odysseus" (sic. Fahrten) (Italian film, "Ulysses", 1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Ettore Manni - "Die drei Korsaren" (1952, Emelka)
Christl Mardayn (striped top, hatless) - "Praterherzen" (1953, Rex)
Christl Mardayn (in trench coat and beret) - "Praterherzen" (1953, Rex)
Marcella Mariani - "Sturm im Sommer" (no such film title exists. This is the Italian film "Senso", 1954, Lux-Film for Emelka) (note - Marcella Mariani died at the age of 19 in a plane crash in 1955)
Marcella Mariani - "Die schonen Madchen von Florenz" (Italian film, known as "The Girls of San Frediano", 1955, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Franz Marischka - "Du bist die Rose vom Worthersee" (1952, Algefa for Emelka)
Rose Marten - "Uebers Jahr, wenn die Kornblumen bluehn" (There is just one entry for this actress, and that is the film "Jugendliebe" (Young Love) from 1947)
Dewey Martin - "Der Mann aus Stahl" (neither the German or the French title exists, at least not with Dewey Martin!)
Dewey Martin - "Pantherstaffel 8" (this title does not exist in German. The correct title is "Verwegene Landung", which is the film "Men of the Fighting Lady", 1954, MGM)
Tony Martin (sitting at piano and singing) - "Du bist so leicht zu lieben" ("Easy to Love", 1953, MGM)
Tony Martin (hands together, pocket handkerchief visible) - "Du bist so leicht zu lieben" ("Easy to Love", 1953, MGM)
Tony Martin - "In Frisco vor Anker" ("Hit the Deck", 1955, MGM)
James Mason (in ribbed pullover, looking to left) - "The Man Between" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
James Mason (in suit and tie, looking at camera) - "The Man Between" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Hannerl Matz (arm in air, looking up, flowery top) - "Die Macht der Liebe" (title is wrong, it should be "Der grosse Zapfenstreich", 1952, Rex)
Hannerl Matz (hugging a soldier wearing a cap) - "Die Macht der Liebe" (title is wrong, it should be "Der grosse Zapfenstreich", 1952, Rex)
Hannerl Matz (she looking at soldier holding sword) - "Die Macht der Liebe" (title is wrong, it should be "Der grosse Zapfenstreich", 1952, Rex)
Hannerl Matz (she on left in boater, elegant woman on right holding necklace) - "Die Macht der Liebe" (title is wrong, it should be "Der grosse Zapfenstreich", 1952, Rex)
Hannerl Matz - "Man musste nochmal 20 sein" (1958, Elite Film)
Hannerl Matz / Wolf Albach-Retty - "Zwei in einem Auto" (1951, Korda-London for Emelka.
Nicole Maurey (close-up, bare shouldered, looking at camera) - "The Constant Husband" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Nicole Maurey (mid-shot, in striped, low-cut top, looking to the left) - "The Constant Husband" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Nicole Maurey (full-length, sitting on beach in swimsuit) - "The Constant Husband" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Nicole Maurey (full-length, standing on beach in swimsuit and straw hat) - "The Constant Husband" (London Film for Emelka)
Nicole Maurey (full-length, standing on beach in swimsuit, no hat, leg at angle) - "The Constant Husband" (London Film for Emelka)
Michael Medwin - "The Teckman Mystery" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Ralph Meeker / Elaine Stewart / Sally Forrest - "Helden der Strasse" ("Code Two", 1953, MGM)
Andree Melly - "The Belles of St. Trinians" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Harry Meyen - "Solange Du noch eine Mutter hast" (this film title does not exist, the correct title is "Regina Amstetten", 1953, Roxy Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Edith Mill / Helmuth Schneider - "2 Menschen" (1952, Emelka)
Ann Miller (mid-shot, holding white object with chicks) - "In Frisco vor Anker" ("Hit the Deck", 1955, MGM)
Ann Miller (mid-shot, dark top with multi-layered necklace) - "In Frisco vor Anker" ("Hit the Deck", 1955, MGM)
Ann Miller (full-length, in short, dark tutu-style dress, knee raised) - "In Frisco vor Anker" ("Hit the Deck", 1955, MGM)
Ann Miller (full-length, holding up front of dress to show off legs) - "In Frisco vor Anker" ("Hit the Deck", 1955, MGM)
Ann Miller (mid-shot, with low-cut embroidered light top, looking to right) - "Kuss' mich Liebling!" (Wrong German title, it should be "Kuss mich, Katchen!", which is of course "Kiss me Kate", 1953, MGM)
Ann Miller (mid-shot, in low-cut dark and light top, hand by face, looking to left) - "Kuss' mich, Liebling!" (Wrong German title, it should be "Kuss mich, Katchen!", which is of course "Kiss me Kate", 1953, MGM)
Ann Miller (full-length, sitting and playing a harp) - "Kuss' mich, Liebling!" (Wrong German title, it should be "Kuss mich, Katchen!", which is of course "Kiss me Kate", 1953, MGM)
Ann Miller (full-length, standing on plush carpet showing off legs) - "Kuss' mich, Liebling!" (Wrong German title, it should be "Kuss mich, Katchen!", which is of course "Kiss me Kate", 1953, MGM)
Ann Miller - "Texas-Karneval" ("Texas Carnival", 1951, MGM)
Ann Miller / Kathryn Grayson - "Kuss' mich, Liebling!" (Wrong German title, it should be "Kuss mich, Katchen!", which is of course "Kiss me Kate", 1953, MGM)
Jan Miller (holding a cat) - "Raising a Riot" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Jan Miller (riding a horse) - "Raising a Riot" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Vera Molnar - "Der bunte Traum" (1952, Rex)
Vera Molnar - "Es begann in Monte Carlo" (wrong title, this was called "Der Mann, der sich selber sucht", 1950, Rex)
Vera Molnar / Karl Schonbock (she in wedding dress holding flowers) - "Es begann in Monte Carlo" (wrong title, this was called "Der Mann, der sich selber sucht", 1950, Rex)
Vera Molnar / Karl Schonbock (she sitting on striped sofa with arms around him) - "Es begann in Monte Carlo" (wrong title, this was called "Der Mann, der sich selber sucht", 1950, Rex)
Ricardo Montalban - "Frauen ohne Herz" ("My Man and I", 1952, MGM)
Ricardo Montalban - "Sombrero" (1953, MGM)
Ricardo Montalban / Lana Turner (head next to hers, arms around her) - "Romanze in Brasilien" (title does not exist, this is the film "Serenade in Rio", which was the correct German title for "Latin Lovers", 1953, MGM)
Ricardo Montalban / Lana Turner (he on left in bowtie looking at her) - "Romanze in Brasilien" (title does not exist, this is the film "Serenade in Rio", which was the correct German title for "Latin Lovers", 1953, MGM)
Ricardo Montalban / Lana Turner / John Lund - "Romanze in Brasilien" (title does not exist, this is the film "Serenade in Rio", which was the correct German title for "Latin Lovers", 1953, MGM)
Eileen Moore (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Eileen Moore (sitting with mirror behind, showing her back) - "An Inspector Calls" (1954, Korda-London for Emelka)
Eileen Moore (looking at camera in low-cut, dark dress) - "An Inspector Calls" (1954, Korda-London for Emelka)
Eileen Moore / Alastair Sim - "An Inspector Calls" (1954, Korda-London for Emelka)
Eileen Moore / Brian Worth - "An Inspector Calls" (1954, Korda-London for Emelka)
Roger Moore (holding pipe in front of tree) - "Damals in Paris" ("The Last Time I Saw Paris", 1954, MGM)
Roger Moore (in checked suit, looking at camera) - "Damals in Paris" ("The Last Time I Saw Paris", 1954, MGM)
Roger Moore (in checked suit, looking to right, hands touching) - "Damals in Paris" ("The Last Time I Saw Paris", 1954, MGM)
Kenneth More (dark jacket, striped tie, looking to right) - "Raising a Riot" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Kenneth More (check jacket, hands together, looking at camera) - "Raising a Riot" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Henry Morgan - "Arena" (1953, MGM)
Michele Morgan (bobble at left, looking at camera) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Michele Morgan (bobble on top, looking sideways to right) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Michele Morgan - "Marie Antoinette" (1956, Elite Film)
Marcel Mouloudji - "Secrets D'Alcove" (1954, Rex)
Marcel Mouloudji / Francoise Arnoul - "Secrets D'Alcove" (1954, Rex)
Elisabeth Mueller (close-up, pearl earrings) - "Andre und Ursula" (1955, Elite Film)
Elisabeth Mueller (mid-shot, half in shadow) - "Andre und Ursula" (1955, Elite Film)
Elisabeth Muller (close-up, looking at camera) - "Das Bekenntnis der Ina Kahr" (1954, Rex)
Elisabeth Muller (mid-shot, with 2nd woman) - "Das Bekenntnis der Ina Kahr" (1954, Rex)
Elisabeth Muller / Curd Jurgens (she low-cut top, he with bowtie, leaning close together) - "Das Bekenntnis der Ina Kahr" (1954, Rex)
Elisabeth Muller / Curd Jurgens (she with champagne glass, he with bowtie holds her arm) - "Das Bekenntnis der Ina Kahr" (1954, Rex)
Elisabeth Muller / Curd Jurgens (outside on bench, he with tie) - "Das Bekenntnis der Ina Kahr" (1954, Rex)
Erika Muller (no film title) (Rex-Film)
Jester Naefe - "Lumpazivagabundus" (1956, Elite Film)
Jester Naefe - "Stern von Rio" (1955, Rex)
Amedeo Nazzari / Alida Valli (mid-shot, he hugs her) - "Die von Liebe Leben" (Italian film, the original title is "Il Mondo le condanna") (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Amedeo Nazzari / Alida Valli (mid-shot, he stands behind her, hand on arm) - "Die von Liebe Leben" (Italian film, the original title is "Il Mondo le condanna") (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Amedeo Nazzari / Alida Valli (almost full-length, sitting next to each other) - "Die von Liebe Leben" (Italian film, the original title is "Il Mondo le condanna") (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Anna Neagle (close-up, with earrings) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Anna Neagle (mid-shot, no earrings, with neckscarf) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Anna Neagle (no film title) (with Trevor Howard) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Susi Nicoletti - "Rosen aus dem Suden" (1954, Rex)
Susi Nicoletti / Hannelore Bollmann - "Rosen aus dem Suden" (1954, Rex)
Susi Nicoletti / Karl Schonbock - "Rosen aus dem Suden" (1954, Rex)
Leslie Nielsen (in dark suit and tie) - "Alarm im Weltall" ("Forbidden Planet", 1956, MGM)
Leslie Nielsen (in open-necked, striped shirt) - "Alarm im Weltall" ("Forbidden Planet", 1956, MGM)
Nimmi - "Mangala" (probably refers to the Indian musical "Aan", released in 1952)
David Niven (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Christine Norden - "Saints and Sinners" (1949, Korda-London for Emelka)
Cristine (sic. Christine) Norden (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Donald O'Connor / Debbie Reynolds / Gene Kelly - "Singende Regentropfen" ("Singin' in the Rain", 1952, MGM) (Note: The German title is completely made-up and translates as "Singing Raindrops"! The correct German title is "Du sollst mein Gluckstern sein", which translates as "You should be my Lucky Star".)
Bernadette O'Farrell (close-up, looking over shoulder at camera) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Bernadette O'Farrell (mid-shot, low-cut black dress with long gloves) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Bernadette O'Farrell (full-length, running along beach in white shorts and t-shirt) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Bernadette O'Farrell (full-length, standing on cliff, white shorts and jacket) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Maureen O'Hara (in long gloves, leaning against wall) - "Malaga" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Maureen O'Hara (in ball-gown, sitting on sofa) - "Malaga" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Maureen O'Hara / Macdonald Carey - "Malaga" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Maureen O'Hara / Leonard Sachs - "Malaga" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Anny Ondra - "Schon muss man sein" (1951, Rex)
Vanja Orico (close-up, flower in hair) - "Conchita" (1954, Rex)
Vanja Orico (mid-shot, with candles) - "Conchita" (1954, Rex)
Vanja Orico / Robert Freytag - "Conchita" (1954, Rex)
Lea Padovani / Marcello Mastroianni - "Tempi Nostri" (1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Maria Palmer - "Der singende Casanova" (another made-up title, which translates as "The Singing Casanova". This is the film "Strictly Dishonorable", 1951, MGM)
Silvana Pampanini (close-up, with high-cut top and necklace) - "La bella di Roma" (Italian Film, 1955, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Silvana Pampanini (close-up, with low-cut, dark top and necklace) - "La bella di Roma" (Italian Film, 1955, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Silvana Pampanini (mid-shot, outdoors with shoulder-bag) - "La bella di Roma" (Italian Film, 1955, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Irene Papas - "Die Irrfahrten des Odysseus" (sic. Fahrten) (Italian film, "Ulysses", 1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Irene Papas - "Auf sie wartet der Galgen" (another made-up German title (it translates as "the Gallows await you"!), the actual title in Germany was "Mein Wille ist Gesetz", which translates as "My Will is the Law". This is actually the film "Tribute to a bad man", 1956, MGM)
Eleanor Parker - "Das grosse Geheimnis" (another made-up German title. The release title in Germany was "Die letzte Entscheidung" ("The Final Decision"), which is the movie "Above and Beyond", 1952, MGM)
Eleanor Parker (mid-shot, with striped, low-cut top and brooch) - "Verrat im Fort Bravo" ("Escape from Fort Bravo", 1953, MGM)
Eleanor Parker (full-length, sitting on stairs opening letters) - "Verrat im Fort Bravo" ("Escape from Fort Bravo", 1953, MGM)
Eleanor Parker - "Scaramouche" (1952, MGM)
Eleanor Parker (mid-shot, low-cut top, looking to right) - "Unterbrochene Melodie" ("Interrupted Melody", 1955, MGM)
Eleanor Parker (mid-shot, high-collared top, looking to left) - "Unterbrochene Melodie" ("Interrupted Melody", 1955, MGM)
Michèle Philippe - "L'aiguille rouge" (French film, 1951, Rex)
Michèle Philippe / Jean Marchat - "L'aiguille rouge" (French film, 1951, Rex)
Walter Pidgeon / Ann Harding - "Das letzte Urteil" (yet another made-up title, which translates as "The Final Judgement". The correct title in Germany is "Anwalt des Verbrechens" - which translates as "Lawyer of Crime". The film was almost certainly "The Unknown Man", 1951, MGM.)
Rossana Podesta (mid-length, in low-cut, white blouse) - "Die Irrfahrten des Odysseus" (sic. Fahrten) (Italian film, "Ulysses", 1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Rossana Podesta (holding necklace, with male in bow-tie) - "Die Irrfahrten des Odysseus" (sic. Fahrten) (Italian film, "Ulysses", 1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Eric Portman - "Tiefe blaue See" (wrong German title, it was actually called "Lockende Tiefe" ("Inviting Depths") ("The Deep Blue Sea", 1955, MGM)
Jane Powell (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Jane Powell (close-up, high-collar) - "Cindy macht Seitensprunge" (craziest title yet, and completely wrong. Translates as "Cindy has Affairs"! Correct title in Germany was either "Der frohliche Gefangene" ("The Merry Prisoner") or "Kleinstadtmadchen" ("Smalltown Girls"). There are also two official English titles: "The Merry Prisoner" or "Small Town Girl", 1953, MGM)
Jane Powell (close-up, bare-necked) - "Cindy macht Seitensprunge" (craziest title yet, and completely wrong. Translates as "Cindy has Affairs"! Correct title in Germany was either "Der frohliche Gefangene" ("The Merry Prisoner") or "Kleinstadtmadchen" ("Smalltown Girls"). There are also two official English titles: "The Merry Prisoner" or "Small Town Girl", 1953, MGM)
Jane Powell (mid-shot, with striped dress, hands cupping knee) - "Cindy macht Seitensprunge" (craziest title yet, and completely wrong. Translates as "Cindy has Affairs"! Correct title in Germany was either "Der frohliche Gefangene" ("The Merry Prisoner") or "Kleinstadtmadchen" ("Smalltown Girls"). There are also two official English titles: "The Merry Prisoner" or "Small Town Girl", 1953, MGM)
Jane Powell (mid-shot, in tutu) - "Eine Braut fur 7 Bruder" ("7 Brides for 7 Brothers", but the German title translates as "1 Bride for 7 Brothers"!) (1954, MGM)
Jane Powell (full-length, seated on large flowery chair) - "Eine Braut fur 7 Bruder" ("7 Brides for 7 Brothers", but the German title translates as "1 Bride for 7 Brothers"!) (1954, MGM)
Jane Powell (close-up, bare-necked, ruffled top) - "In Frisko (sic. Frisco) vor Anker" ("Hit the Deck", 1955, MGM)
Jane Powell (full-length, glittery, skimpy top, fish motifs on wall) - "In Frisco vor Anker" ("Hit the Deck", 1955, MGM)
Jane Powell / Vic Damone - "Athena" (1954, MGM)
Jane Powell / Debbie Reynolds - "Athena" (1954, MGM)
Rudolf Prack - "Die Privatsekretarin" (1953, no studio listed)
Rudolf Prack - "Du bist wunderbar" (1959, Elite-Film)
Micheline Presle (close-up, soaking wet in scarf) - "L'amour d'une Femme" (1953, Rex)
Micheline Presle (mid-shot, with woman and seated man) - "L'amour d'une Femme" (1953, Rex)
Micheline Presle / Massimo Girotti (she on left, he on right in leather coat) - "L'amour d'une Femme" (1953, Rex)
Micheline Presle / Massimo Girotti (he on left, she on right leaning on elbow) - "L'amour d'une Femme" (1953, Rex)
Liselotte Pulver - "Griff nach den Sternen" (1955, Rex)
Liselotte Pulver / Oliver Grimm - "Griff nach den Sternen" (1955, Rex)
Liselotte Pulver / Erik Schuman - "Griff nach den Sternen" (1955, Rex)
Liselotte Pulver / Hannes Schmidhauser - "Uli der Pachter" (1955, Praesens-Film)
Edmund Purdom (mid-length, in suit and tie) - "Der Studentenprinz" (also known as "Alt-Heidelberg") ("The Student Prince", 1954, MGM)
Edmund Purdom (head and shoulders, in jacket and tie) - "Alt-Heidelberg" (also known as "Der Studentenprinz") ("The Student Prince", 1954, MGM)
Edmund Purdom (head and shoulders, white shirt without tie) - "Alt-Heidelberg" (also known as "Der Studentenprinz") ("The Student Prince", 1954, MGM)
Edmund Purdom (fishing on board a boat) - "Alt-Heidelberg" (also known as "Der Studentenpr"nz") ("The Student Prince", 1954, MGM)
Edmund Purdom / Debbie Reynolds - "Athena" (1954, MGM)
Anthony Quinn (smiling in jacket and dark turtleneck pullover) - "Die Irrfahrten des Odysseus" (sic. Fahrten) (Italian film, "Ulysses", 1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Anthony Quinn (scowling, hand on chin) - "Die Irrfahrten des Odysseus" (sic. Fahrten) (Italian film, "Ulysses", 1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Karl Raddatz - "Geliebtes Leben" (1953, Filmaufbau-Produktion for Emelka)
Luise Rainer (with bamboo pole and dark scarf) - "Die gute Erde" ("The Good Earth", 1937, MGM)
Luise Rainer (holding a baby) - "Die gute Erde" ("The Good Earth", 1937, MGM)
Luise Rainer / Paul Muni - "Die gute Erde" ("The Good Earth", 1937, MGM)
Claude Rains - "Kursbuch des Satans" (1952, Rex)
Claude Rains / Marta Toren (both holding the same glass) - "Kursbuch des Satans" (1952, Rex)
Claude Rains / Marta Toren (he pulls her neckscarf) - "Kursbuch des Satans" (1952, Rex)
Claude Rains / Marta Toren (she places her hand on his chest) - "Kursbuch des Satans" (1952, Rex)
Gene Raymond - "In Frisko (sic. Frisco) vor Anker" ("Hit the Deck", 1955, MGM)
Paula Raymond (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Michael Redgrave / Ann Todd - "The Green Scarf" (London Film for Emelka)
Carol Reed (no film title, film director) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Donna Reed - "Menschenraub" ("Ransom!", 1956, MGM)
Debbie Reynolds (knitting) (no film title) (MGM)
Debbie Reynolds (mid-shot, strapped dress, arm at waist like a teapot) - "Alles fur Liebe" (no such title exists in Germany, probably refers to the film "I love Melvin", 1953, MGM)
Debbie Reynolds (full-length, sitting outside on bench) - "Alles fur Liebe" (no such title exists in Germany, probably refers to the film "I love Melvin", 1953, MGM)
Debbie Reynolds (full-length, sitting on floor in short dark skirt) - "Alles fur Liebe" (no such title exists in Germany, probably refers to the film "I love Melvin", 1953, MGM)
Debbie Reynolds (mid-shot, armless dress, pearl necklace, elbow on knee) - "Athena" (1954, MGM)
Debbie Reynolds (mid-shot, high collared blouse) - "Athena" (1954, MGM)
Debbie Reynolds (mid-shot, standing by tree, short-armed paisley top) - "Athena" (1954, MGM)
Debbie Reynolds (mid-shot, checking hair in hand-mirror) - "Athena" (1954, MGM)
Debbie Reynolds (holding two poodles) - "Athena" (1954, MGM)
Debbie Reynolds (full-length, sitting on grass in large summer hat) - "Athena" (1954, MGM)
Debbie Reynolds (full-length, in bathing costume at swimming pool) - "Athena" (1954, MGM)
Debbie Reynolds - "Gib' ihr eine Chance!" ("Give a Girl a Break!", 1953, MGM)
Debbie Reynolds - "In Frisco vor Anker" ("Hit the Deck!", 1955, MGM)
Debbie Reynolds - "Singende Regentropfen" ("Singin' in the Rain", 1952, MGM) (Note: The German title is completely made-up and translates as "Singing Raindrops"! The correct German title is "Du sollst mein Gluckstern sein", which translates as "You should be my Lucky Star".)
Debbie Reynolds / Eddie Fisher (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Debbie Reynolds / Donald O'Connor - "Alles fur Liebe" (no such title exists in Germany, probably refers to the film "I love Melvin", 1953, MGM)
Peter Reynolds - "Devil Girl from Mars" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Jeff Richards - "Der grosse Einsatz" (no idea, title doesn't actually exist in German!) (MGM)
Jeff Richards - "Eine Braut fur 7 Bruder" ("7 Brides for 7 Brothers", but the German title translates as "1 Bride for 7 Brothers"!) (1954, MGM)
Jeff Richards - "Engel und Piraten" (no idea, title doesn't actually exist in German!) (MGM)
Ralph Richardson (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Walter Richter - "Lockende Gefahr" (1950, Rex)
Marina Ried - "Schon muss man sein" (1951, Rex)
Dany Robin - "Tempi Nostri" (1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Joe Robinson (close-up, smiling at camera) - "A Kid for two Farthings" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Joe Robinson (mid-shot, looking grim) - "A Kid for two Farthings" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Ginger Rogers (close-up, open collar, flower in buttonhole) - "Beautiful Stranger" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Ginger Rogers (mid-shot, arm draped over back of chair) - "Beautiful Stranger" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Ginger Rogers (mid-shot, arms folded) - "Beautiful Stranger" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Ginger Rogers (sitting in bed with breakfast tray) - "Beautiful Stranger" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Ginger Rogers / Stanley Barker (sic. Baker) (he helps her with necklace) - "Beautiful Stranger" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Ginger Rogers / Stanley Barker (sic. Baker) (she holds his arms) - "Beautiful Stranger" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Anneliese Rothenberger - "Fledermaus 55" (This translates as "Bat 55". A German-British coproduction, the English title is "Oh Rosalinda!!") (1955, Elite Film)
Hanna Rucker - "Das Bekenntnis der Ina Kahr" (1954, Rex)
Heinz Ruhmann - "Der Jugendrichter" (1960, Neuen Nordisk)
Heinz Ruehmann / Oliver Grimm - "Wenn der Vater mit dem Sohne" (1955, Elite Film)
Barbara Ruick - "Geborgte Liebe" ("Invitation", 1952, MGM)
Barbara Ruick - "Scaramouche" (1952, MGM)
Barbara Ruick - "Tanz uber den Broadway" (This is the incorrect German title. It was called "Vorhang auf!" ("Curtain Up!") We know it as "The Band Wagon", 1953, MGM)
Janice Rule - "Der letzte Karneval" (title doesn't exist in Germany. Probably refers to the film "Holiday for Sinners", 1952, MGM)
Janice Rule / Richard Greene - "Kampf um Ehre" (translates as "Battle for Honour" and is yet another made-up title. This is the film "Rogues March", 1953, MGM)
Marigold Russell (leaning up against a wall) - "The Belles of St. Trinians" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Marigold Russell (sitting on a table) - "The Belles of St. Trinians" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Betta St. John - "Alt-Heidelberg" (also known as "Der Studentenprinz") ("The Student Prince", 1954, MGM)
George Sanders - "Das ratselhafte Bild" (This is the wrong German title - it should be "Begegnung in Tunis", which is the film "The Light Touch", 1951, MGM)
Anna Maria Sandri - "Griff nach den Sternen" (1955, Rex)
Anna Maria Sandri / Gustav Knuth - "Griff nach den Sternen" (1955, Rex)
Anna Maria Sandri / Erik Schuman - "Griff nach den Sternen" (1955, Rex)
Anna Maria Sandri / Erik Schuman / Gustav Knuth - "Griff nach den Sternen" (1955, Rex)
Yvonne Sanson (close-up, with fur stole and earrings) - "Quand tu liras cette lettre" (French film, 1953, Rex)
Yvonne Sanson (mid-shot, holding candle, sitting in front of lamp) - "Quand tu liras cette lettre" (French film, 1953, Rex)
Mitsuko Sawamura - "Viva Las Vegas" ("Meet me in Las Vegas", 1956, MGM)
Maria Schell (close-up, smiling at camera, dark fur top) (no film title) (Korda London for Emelka)
Maria Schell (close-up, white stole, looking to left) (no film title) - London Film for Emelka
Maria Schell (close-up, looking slightly to left, dark low-cut top) (no film title) - London Film for Emelka
Maria Schell - "Es kommt ein Tag" (1950, Neuen Nordisk)
Maria Schell (close-up, in check high-cut top) - "The Heart of the Matter" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Maria Schell (mid-shot, looking pensive to the right) - "The Heart of the Matter" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Maria Schell (mid-shot, smiling and looking to the right) - "The Heart of the Matter" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Maria Schell / Trevor Howard (holding her head in his hands) - "The Heart of the Matter" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Maria Schell / Trevor Howard (standing next to each other, looking to the left) - "The Heart of the Matter" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Aglaja Schmid - "Ich heisse Niki" (1952, Georg Witt-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Aglaja Schmid / Hardy Krueger - "Ich heisse Niki" (1952, Georg Witt-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Helmut Schmid / Heliane Bei - "Das Erbe vom Pruggerhof" (1956, Elite Film)
Hannes Schmidhauser - "S'Waisechind vo Engelberg" (1956, Elite Film)
Hannes Schmidhauser / Fredy Scheim - "Uli der Pachter" (1955, Praesens-Film)
Romy Schneider - "Der letzte Mann" (1955, NDF for Emelka)
Romy Schneider - "Die Deutschmeister" (1955, Monopol-Films)
Romy Schneider / Joachim Fuchsberger - "Der letzte Mann" (1955, NDF for Emelka)
Rudolf Schock - "Du bist die Welt fur mich" (1953, Monopol-Films)
Ingeborg Schoener - "Heimat - Deine Lieder" (1959, Elite-Film)
Karl Schonbock - "Rosen aus dem Suden" (1954, Rex)
Karl Schonbock / Gustav Frohlich - "Rosen aus dem Suden" (1954, Rex)
Erik Schuman - "Griff nach den Sternen" (1955, Rex)
Erik Schuman / Oliver Grimm - "Griff nach den Sternen" (1955, Rex)
Erik Schuman / Sybil Werden - "Griff nach den Sternen" (1955, Rex)
Maria Sebaldt - "Meine Ehe mit Elisabeth" or "Die Starkere" (1953, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Maria Sebaldt / Hans Sohnker / Gertrud Kuckelmann - "Meine Ehe mit Elisabeth" or "Die Starkere" (1953, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Elizabeth Sellars (in white top holding white telephone) - "Three Cases of Murder" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Elizabeth Sellars (in a low-cut dark top) - "Three Cases of Murder" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Carmen Sevilla - "Plume au vent" (French film, 1952, Solar-Film for Emelka)
Wilfried Seyferth - "Toxi" (1952, Rex)
Robert Shackleton (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Susan Shaw - "The Intruder" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Moira Shearer (mid-shot, top with fur collar, looking to left) - "The Man who loved Redheads" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Moira Shearer (mid-shot, low-cut dress, large necklace, long gloves) - "The Man who loved Redheads" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Moira Shearer (mid-shot, in wedding dress) - "The Man who loved Redheads" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Moira Shearer (mid-shot, standing next to large rhododendron bush) - "The Man who loved Redheads" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Moira Shearer (full-length, in wedding dress) - "The Man who loved Redheads" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Moira Shearer (full-length, in long ballgown) - "The Man who loved Redheads" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Moira Shearer (full-length, in high-heels and pencil skirt) - "The Man who loved Redheads" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Moira Shearer / John Justin - "The Man who loved Redheads" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Dinah Sheridan - "The Sound Barrier" (1952, Korda-London for Emelka)
Vittorio de Sica / Maria Fiore - "Tempi Nostri" (1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Alastair Sim - "An Inspector Calls" (1954, Korda-London for Emelka)
Jean Simmons - "Goldene Traume" (this German title doesn't exist. The actual German title was "Theaterfieber") ("The Actress", 1953, MGM)
Jean Simmons (in white shirt with dark, round collar) - "Im Banne der Krone" (once again another made-up German title. It was actually called "Die Thronfolgerin", which translates as "Successor to the Throne") ("Young Bess" or alternative title "The Virgin Queen", 1953, MGM)
Jean Simmons (in dark, high-collared sweater and wearing a pendant) - "Im Banne der Krone" (once again another made-up German title. It was actually called "Die Thronfolgerin", which translates as "Successor to the Throne") ("Young Bess" or alternative title "The Virgin Queen", 1953, MGM)
Jean Simmons / Spencer Tracy / Teresa Wright - "Goldene Traume" (this German title doesn't exist. The actual German title was "Theaterfieber") ("The Actress", 1953, MGM)
Olive Sloane (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Hans Soehnker - "Woruber man nicht spricht" (1958, Stamm-Film)
Abraham Sofaer / Robert Taylor - "Quo Vadis" (1951, MGM)
Alberto Sordi - "La bella di Roma" (Italian Film, 1955, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Ann Sothern (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Lisa Stammer - "Pension Scholler" (1960, Magna-Film for Emelka)
Barbara Stanwyck (close-up, in fur stole and pearl necklace) - "Die Intriganten" ("Executive Suite", 1954, MGM)
Barbara Stanwyck (almost full-length, wearing a ball-gown and pendant) - "Die Intriganten" ("Executive Suite", 1954, MGM)
Anthony Steel - "Sturm uber dem Nil" ("Storm over the Nile", 1955, London Film for Emelka)
Ingrid Stenn - "Der unsterbliche Lump" (1953, Rex)
Ingrid Stenn / Heliane Bei - "Der unsterbliche Lump" (1953, Rex)
Elaine Stewart (close-up, top with white crosses) - "Brigadoon" (1954, MGM)
Elaine Stewart (full-length, sitting in strapless, dark dress) - "Brigadoon" (1954, MGM)
Elaine Stewart (mid-length, in white shirt and bow-tie) - "Nehmt sie im Sturm" (This is not the correct German title. This should be "Sprung auf, marsch, marsch!" ("Jump up, March, March!"), which is the film "Take the High Ground!", 1953, MGM)
Elaine Stewart (mid-length, in dark sweater, arms folded) - "Nehmt sie im Sturm" (This is not the correct German title. This should be "Sprung auf, marsch, marsch!" ("Jump up, March, March!"), which is the film "Take the High Ground!", 1953, MGM)
Elaine Stewart (full-length, in swimsuit holding skis) - "Nehmt sie im Sturm" (This is not the correct German title. This should be "Sprung auf, marsch, marsch!" ("Jump up, March, March!"), which is the film "Take the High Ground!", 1953, MGM)
Elaine Stewart (full-length, sitting on wooden fence, water behind) - "Nehmt sie im Sturm" (This is not the correct German title. This should be "Sprung auf, marsch, marsch!" ("Jump up, March, March!"), which is the film "Take the High Ground!", 1953, MGM)
Elaine Stewart (full-length, sitting on carousel horse) - "Nehmt sie im Sturm" (This is not the correct German title. This should be "Sprung auf, marsch, marsch!" ("Jump up, March, March!"), which is the film "Take the High Ground!", 1953, MGM)
Elaine Stewart (full-length, pretending to water-ski) - "Nehmt sie im Sturm" (This is not the correct German title. This should be "Sprung auf, marsch, marsch!" ("Jump up, March, March!"), which is the film "Take the High Ground!", 1953, MGM)
Pauline Stroud (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Hans Stuewe - "Am Brunnen vor dem Tore" (1952, Berolina-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Hans Stuwe - "Wenn am Sonntagabend die Dorfmusik spielt" (Berolina-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Barry Sullivan - "Das letzte Urteil" (yet another made-up title, which translates as "The Final Judgement". The correct title in Germany is "Anwalt des Verbrechens" - which translates as "Lawyer of Crime". The film was almost certainly "The Unknown Man", 1951, MGM.)
Barry Sullivan - "Hurra…Madchen in Sicht" (Another made-up German title, which translates as "Hooray, girls in view". The correct German title was "Petticoats am Horizont", which is the film "Skirts Ahoi!", 1952, MGM)
Sonja Sutter - "Die Herrin vom Wiesenhof" or "Die Barrings" (1952, Roxy-Film for Emelka)
Russ Tamblyn - "In Frisko (sic. Frisco) vor Anker" ("Hit the Deck", 1955, MGM)
Elizabeth Taylor (mid-length, on the phone, with scarf) (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Elizabeth Taylor (full-length, in long, dark dress, hands on hips) (no film title) (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Elizabeth Taylor (low-cut, dark top, flower brooch) - "Ein Gluckskind ohne Gluck" (made-up title once again, this translates as "The Lucky Child without Luck" (!). The correct German title was "Das Madchen, das alles hatte", which is the film "The Girl who had everything", 1953, MGM)
Elizabeth Taylor (mid-length, large-collared, sleeveless top) - "Ein Gluckskind ohne Gluck" (made-up title once again, this translates as "The Lucky Child without Luck" (!). The correct German title was "Das Madchen, das alles hatte", which is the film "The Girl who had everything", 1953, MGM)
Elizabeth Taylor (almost full-length, large-collared, sleeveless top, paintings in background) - "Ein Gluckskind ohne Gluck" (made-up title once again, this translates as "The Lucky Child without Luck" (!). The correct German title was "Das Madchen, das alles hatte", which is the film "The Girl who had everything", 1953, MGM)
Elizabeth Taylor (apparently naked, covering herself up with polka-dot sheet) - "Ein Gluckskind ohne Gluck" (made-up title once again, this translates as "The Lucky Child without Luck" (!). The correct German title was "Das Madchen, das alles hatte", which is the film "The Girl who had everything", 1953, MGM)
Elizabeth Taylor - "Ivanhoe, der schwarze Ritter" ("Ivanhoe", 1952, MGM)
Elizabeth Taylor (close-up, low-cut, white gown, looking seductively straight at camera) - "Symphonie des Herzens Rhapsodie" ("Rhapsody", 1954, MGM)
Elizabeth Taylor (mid-length, low-cut, white gown, looking smilingly to the side) - "Symphonie des Herzens Rhapsodie" ("Rhapsody", 1954, MGM)
Elizabeth Taylor (standing in swimming pool, she looks freezing) - "Symphonie des Herzens Rhapsodie" ("Rhapsody", 1954, MGM)
Elizabeth Taylor (in striped dress holding small child) - "Symphonie des Herzens Rhapsodie" ("Rhapsody", 1954, MGM)
Elizabeth Taylor (kneeling in front of small child, dog looks on) - "Symphonie des Herzens Rhapsodie" ("Rhapsody", 1954, MGM)
Elizabeth Taylor / van Johnson - "Damals in Paris" ("The last time I saw Paris", 1954, MGM)
Elizabeth Taylor / Fernando Lamas - "Ein Gluckskind ohne Gluck" (made-up title once again, this translates as "The Lucky Child without Luck" (!). The correct German title was "Das Madchen, das alles hatte", which is the film "The Girl who had everything", 1953, MGM)
Elizabeth Taylor / Larry Parks - "Liebe ist schoner denn je" (made-up German title, the correct title is "Die susse Falle" ("the sweet trap"), which is the film "Love is Better than Ever", 1952, MGM)
Elizabeth Taylor / William Powell - "Ein Gluckskind ohne Gluck" (made-up title once again, this translates as "The Lucky Child without Luck" (!). The correct German title was "Das Madchen, das alles hatte", which is the film "The Girl who had everything", 1953, MGM)
Robert Taylor - "Das grosse Geheimnis" (another made-up German title. The release title in Germany was "Die letzte Entscheidung" ("The Final Decision"), which is the movie "Above and Beyond", 1952, MGM)
Robert Taylor (in wide-collared, grey jacket, hatless) - "Die Kameliendame" ("Camille", 1936, MGM)
Robert Taylor (in dark jacket, holding top-hat) - "Die Kameliendame" ("Camille", 1936, MGM)
Robert Taylor - "Die Ritter der Tafelrunde" ("Knights of the Round Table", 1953, MGM)
Robert Taylor - "Die schwarze Perle" ("All the Brothers were Valiant", 1953, MGM)
Robert Taylor (in suit and tie, looking at camera) - "Quo Vadis" (1954, MGM)
Robert Taylor (in check jacket, wide collar, tieless) - "Quo Vadis" (1954, MGM)
Robert Taylor / Ava Gardner (mid-shot, with his arms wrapped around her waist) - "Die Ritter der Tafelrunde" ("Knights of the Round Table", 1953, MGM)
Robert Taylor / Ava Gardner (full-length, standing in front of castle) - "Die Ritter der Tafelrunde" ("Knights of the Round Table", 1953, MGM)
Robert Taylor / Maureen Swanson - "Die Ritter der Tafelrunde" ("Knights of the Round Table", 1953, MGM)
Liliana Tellini / Paul Hubschmid - "Palace-Hotel" (1952, Rex)
Carlos Thompson (wearing skipper's cap and light-coloured shirt) - "Flammende Sinne" ("Flame and the Flesh", 1953, MGM)
Carlos Thompson (bare-headed, in light-coloured shirt) - "Flammende Sinne" ("Flame and the Flesh", 1953, MGM)
Carlos Thompson (in corduroy jacket smoking a pipe) - "Flammende Sinne" ("Flame and the Flesh", 1953, MGM)
Carlos Thompson (wearing dinner jacket and bow-tie) - "Flammende Sinne" ("Flame and the Flesh", 1953, MGM)
Carlos Thompson (in dark shirt holding pipe in both hands) - "Flammende Sinne" ("Flame and the Flesh", 1953, MGM)
Gene Tierney (mid-shot, low-cut, strapless dress, looking into camera) - "Verlass' mich nie!" (once again the incorrect German title. It was called "Es begann in Moskau" ("It began in Moscow") and is the film "Never Let Me Go", 1953, MGM)
Gene Tierney (mid-shot, white dress with straps and furry bits) - "Verlass' mich nie!" (once again the incorrect German title. It was called "Es begann in Moskau" ("It began in Moscow") and is the film "Never Let Me Go", 1953, MGM)
Gene Tierney (full-length, dressed as ballet dancer) - "Verlass' mich nie!" (once again the incorrect German title. It was called "Es begann in Moskau" ("It began in Moscow") and is the film "Never Let Me Go", 1953, MGM)
Gene Tierney (full-length, in long dress with white scarf and wide collar) - "Verlass' mich nie!" (once again the incorrect German title. It was called "Es begann in Moskau" ("It began in Moscow") and is the film "Never Let Me Go", 1953, MGM)
Gene Tierney / Clark Gable - "Verlass' mich nie!" (once again the incorrect German title. It was called "Es begann in Moskau" ("It began in Moscow") and is the film "Never Let Me Go", 1953, MGM)
Gene Tierney / Leo Genn - "Meine Heimat ist das Meer" (Wrong title, in Germany this was released as "Schiff ohne Heimat" ("Ship without a Home"), which is "Plymouth Adventure", 1952, MGM)
Nadja Tiller - "Die Herrin von Wiesenhof" or "Die Barrings" (1952, Roxy-Film for Emelka)
Ann Todd - "The Green Scarf" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Ann Todd (wearing a pilot's helmet and goggles) - "The Sound Barrier" (1952, Korda-London for Emelka)
Ann Todd (sitting behind wheel of car in white coat) - "The Sound Barrier" (1952, Korda-London for Emelka)
Ann Todd / Kieron Moore - "The Green Scarf" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Richard Todd - "Secrets D'Alcove" (1954, Rex)
Richard Todd / Jeanne Moreau (he stands at door, she gives him clock) - "Secrets D'Alcove" (1954, Rex)
Richard Todd / Jeanne Moreau (she lies in bed, he sits with her) - "Secrets D'Alcove" (1954, Rex)
Richard Todd / Jeanne Moreau (he in beret gives letter to her) - "Secrets D'Alcove" (1954, Rex)
Joseph Tomelty - "Devil Girl from Mars" (1954, London Film for Emelka)
Marta Toren (close-up, in profile, high collar and white scarf) - "Kursbuch des Satans" (1952, Rex)
Marta Toren (close-up, v-necked blouse, looking head-on) - "Kursbuch des Satans" (1952, Rex)
Marta Toren (man on left, she seated, shell design behind her) - "Kursbuch des Satans" (1952, Rex)
Vico Torriani (with floppy neckerchief, playing guitar) - "Strassenserenade" (1953, Rex)
Vico Torriani (seated at dinner table, eating with man) - "Strassenserenade" (1953, Rex)
Vico Torriani / Ellinor Jensen (she on left with hand on his shoulder) - "Strassenserenade" (1953, Rex)
Vico Torriani / Ellinor Jensen (he shakes hands at table, guests look on) - "Strassenserenade" (1953, Rex)
Vico Torriani / Sybil Werden / Ellinor Jensen - "Strassenserenade" (1953, Rex)
Toxi - "Toxi" (1952, Rex)
Wendy Toye (holding gloved hand on chin) - "Three Cases of Murder" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Wendy Toye (in large, dark stole, arm across stomach) - "Three Cases of Murder" (1955, London Film for Emelka)
Spencer Tracy - "Hurra, ich werde Grosspapa!" (wrong German title, it was in fact called "Ein Geschenk des Himmels" ("A Present from Heaven") and is in fact the film "Father's Little Dividend", 1951, MGM)
Spencer Tracy / Ruth Hussey - "Nordwest-Passage" ("Northwest Passage", 1940, MGM)
Spencer Tracy / Gene Tierney - "Meine Heimat ist das Meer" (Wrong title, in Germany this was released as "Schiff ohne Heimat" ("Ship without a Home"), which is "Plymouth Adventure", 1952, MGM)
Olga Tschechowa / Paul Dahlke - "Kein Engel ist so rein" (1950, Rex)
Lana Turner - "Der verlorene Sohn" (wrong title, the correct German title was "Tempel der Versuchung" ("Temple of Temptation"), which is the film "The Prodigal", 1955, MGM)
Lana Turner - "Diane" (1956, MGM)
Lana Turner (bare-shoulders, dark earrings, looking at camera) - "Flammende Sinne" ("Flame and the Flesh", 1953, MGM)
Lana Turner (bare shoulders, flowery dress, hand on hip, looking to side) - "Flammende Sinne" ("Flame and the Flesh", 1953, MGM)
Lana Turner (in white shirt, holding cigarette, lamppost in background) - "Flammende Sinne" ("Flame and the Flesh", 1953, MGM)
Lana Turner (in white shirt, holding flower to face) - "Flammende Sinne" ("Flame and the Flesh", 1953, MGM)
Lana Turner - "Konigsmelodie" (wrong German title, which was actually called "Lass mich dich lieben" ("Let me love you") and is the film "Mr. Imperium", 1951, MGM)
Lana Turner (hands under chin, with dark hair) - "Romanze in Brasilien" (title does not exist, this is the film "Serenade in Rio", which was the correct German title for "Latin Lovers", 1953, MGM)
Lana Turner (dark top with white buttons, round shapes in background) - "Romanze in Brasilien" (title does not exist, this is the film "Serenade in Rio", which was the correct German title for "Latin Lovers", 1953, MGM)
Lana Turner (in profile, high-collared, light top, hand at collar) - "Romanze in Brasilien" (title does not exist, this is the film "Serenade in Rio", which was the correct German title for "Latin Lovers", 1953, MGM)
Lana Turner (low-cut dress with black fur trim, large necklace) - "Romanze in Brasilien" (title does not exist, this is the film "Serenade in Rio", which was the correct German title for "Latin Lovers", 1953, MGM)
Lana Turner (in paisley-patterned, low-cut dress, no necklace) - "Romanze in Brasilien" (title does not exist, this is the film "Serenade in Rio", which was the correct German title for "Latin Lovers", 1953, MGM)
Lana Turner - "Verraten!" ("Betrayed", 1954, MGM)
Lana Turner / Kirk Douglas - "Stadt der Illusionen" ("The Bad and the Beautiful", 1952, MGM)
Lana Turner / Jean Hagen - "Romanze in Brasilien" (title does not exist, this is the film "Serenade in Rio", which was the correct German title for "Latin Lovers", 1953, MGM)
Lana Turner / Ricardo Montalban (she on left, he in bow-tie on right) - "Romanze in Brasilien" (title does not exist, this is the film "Serenade in Rio", which was the correct German title for "Latin Lovers", 1953, MGM)
Lana Turner / Ricardo Montalban (he on left, holding her from behind) - "Romanze in Brasilien" (title does not exist, this is the film "Serenade in Rio", which was the correct German title for "Latin Lovers", 1953, MGM)
Lana Turner / Carlos Thompson - "Flammende Sinne" ("Flame and the Flesh", 1953, MGM)
Dorothy Tutin (in cape and holding basket) - "The Beggar's Opera" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Dorothy Tutin (in white dress, with pendant, capeless) - "The Beggar's Opera" (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Luise Ullrich - "Solange Du noch eine Mutter hast" (this film title does not exist, the correct title is "Regina Amstetten", 1953, Roxy Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Luise Ullrich / Willy Eichberger (she on left hugging him on right) - "Solange Du noch eine Mutter hast" (this film title does not exist, the correct title is "Regina Amstetten", 1953, Roxy Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Luise Ullrich / Willy Eichberger (he on left with hat and rifle) - "Solange Du noch eine Mutter hast" (this film title does not exist, the correct title is "Regina Amstetten", 1953, Roxy Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Alida Valli - "Die von Liebe leben" (Italian film, the original title is "Il Mondo le condanna") (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Alida Valli - "Die Irrfahrten des Odysseus" (sic. Fahrten) (Italian film, "Ulysses", 1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Alida Valli / Farley Granger (she on left in feathered hat, he with military cap) - "Sturm im Sommer" (no such film title exists. This is the Italian film "Senso", 1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Alida Valli / Farley Granger (he on left with hands on sword, she holds fan) - "Sturm im Sommer" (no such film title exists. This is the Italian film "Senso", 1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Alida Valli / Farley Granger (She on left has arms around him, standing in doorway) - "Sturm im Sommer" (no such film title exists. This is the Italian film "Senso", 1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Alida Valli / Farley Granger (he on right holding her from behind) - "Sturm im Sommer" (no such film title exists. This is the Italian film "Senso", 1954, Lux-Film for Emelka)
Alida Valli / Serge Reggiani (she sitting on left, he standing in large winter coat) - "Die von Liebe leben" (Italian film, the original title is "Il Mondo le condanna") (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Alida Valli / Serge Reggiani (he lighting a cigarette on left, she looks on) - "Die von Liebe leben" (Italian film, the original title is "Il Mondo le condanna") (1953, Korda-London for Emelka)
Bobby Van - "Hurra…Madchen in Sicht" (Another made-up German title, which translates as "Hooray, Girls in View". The correct German title was "Petticoats am Horizont", which is the film "Skirts Ahoi!", 1952, MGM)
Helen Vita (close-up, looking straight at camera) - "S'Waisechind vo Engelberg" (1956, Elite Film)
Helen Vita (close-up, looking to the side) - "S'Waisechind vo Engelberg" (1956, Elite Film)
Ralph Vitti - "Raintree County" (1957, MGM)
Marina Vlady (striped, high-necked blouse, bare-headed) - "Sophie et le crime" (French film, 1955, Rex)
Marina Vlady (in hat and wide-collared jacket) - "Sophie et le crime" (French film, 1955, Rex)
Marina Vlady / Jean Gaven (she lies on sofa, he kneels beside her) - "Sophie et le crime" (French film, 1955, Rex)
Marina Vlady / Jean Gaven (he holds white object, she leans in) - "Sophie et le crime" (French film, 1955, Rex)
Marina Vlady / Peter van Eyck (close-up, he on left looks directly at her) - "Sophie et le crime" (French film, 1955, Rex)
Marina Vlady / Peter van Eyck (mid-shot, she sitting on left in striped blouse) - "Sophie et le crime" (French film, 1955, Rex)
Marina Vlady / Peter van Eyck (mid-shot, he on left kisses her hand) - "Sophie et le crime" (French film, 1955, Rex)
Sam Wanamaker - "Mr. Denning drives North" (1951, Korda-London for Emelka)
Grethe Weiser - "Die verschleierte Maja" (1951, Rex)
Grethe Weiser - "Du bist die Rose vom Worthersee" (1952, Algefa for Emelka)
Antje Weisgeber - "Meine Ehe mit Elisabeth" or "Die Starkere" (1953, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Antje Weisgerber / Hans Sohnker (she on left, eyes closed, head-to-head with him on right) - "Meine Ehe mit Elisabeth" or "Die Starkere" (1953, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Antje Weisgerber / Hans Sohnker (he, kneeling on right, holds her hand) - "Meine Ehe mit Elisabeth" or "Die Starkere" (1953, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Antje Weisgerber / Hans Sohnker (she on right with arms around him) - "Meine Ehe mit Elisabeth" or "Die Starkere" (1953, Capitol-Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Sybil Werden - "Griff nach den Sternen" (1955, Rex)
Sybil Werden (close-up, with lacey dark shawl) - "Strassenserenade" (1953, Rex)
Sybil Werden (in low-cut dress, with arms around man) - "Strassenserenade" (1953, Rex)
Ilse Werner - "Griff nach den Sternen" (1955, Rex)
Christel Wessely-Horbiger - "Der Mayor und die Stiere" (sic. Major) (1955, Rex)
Christel Wessely-Horbiger / Hans von Borsody (close-up, she on left in hat) - "Der Mayor und die Stiere" (sic. Major) (1955, Rex)
Christel Wessely-Horbiger / Hans von Borsody (mid-shot, she on right embraces him) - "Der Mayor und die Stiere" (sic. Major) (1955, Rex)
Jon Whiteley / Donna Corcoran / Stewart Granger - "Das Schloss im Schatten" ("Moonfleet", 1955, MGM)
Bernhard Wicki - "Die Muecke" (1954, Rex)
Bernhard Wicki - "Weil Du arm bist, musst Du fruher sterben" (1956, Elite Film)
Bernhard Wicki / Ruth Leuwerik - "Rosen im Herbst" (1955, Elite Film)
Michael Wilding (with cravat and buttonhole flower) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Michael Wilding (in dark jacket, pale tie and white handkerchief) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Michael Wilding (close-up, dark jacket, striped tie) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Michael Wilding - "Into the Blue" (1950, Korda-London for Emelka)
Michael Wilding - "Sie war keine Lady!" (Wrong title! In Germany this was released as "Der Gauner und die Lady" ("The Scoundrel and the Lady"), which is the film "The Law and the Lady", 1951, MGM)
Michael Wilding (dark jacket and tie, looking straight at camera) - "Stolz und Leidenschaft" (translates as "The Pride and the Passion", but this is the wrong German title, which was "Korper ohne Seele" ("Bodies without Souls"), which is the film "Torch Song", 1953, MGM)
Michael Wilding (grey jacket with check pattern, looking slightly to the side) - "Stolz und Leidenschaft" (translates as "The Pride and the Passion", but this is the wrong German title, which was "Korper ohne Seele" ("Bodies without Souls"), which is the film "Torch Song", 1953, MGM)
Michael Wilding / Anne Francis - "Der scharlachrote Rock" ("The Scarlet Coat", 1955, MGM)
Cara Williams (in dark top, hand under chin) - "Der grosse Diamanten-Raub" ("The Great Diamond Robbery", MGM, 1954)
Cara Williams (in white top, pearl necklace) - "Der grosse Diamanten-Raub" ("The Great Diamond Robbery", MGM, 1954)
Emlyn Williams (in scarf and hat) - "Tiefe blaue See" (wrong German title, it was actually called "Lockende Tiefe" ("Seductive Depths"), which is "The Deep Blue Sea", 1955, MGM)
Emlyn Williams (in smart suit with white bow-tie) - "Tiefe blaue See" (wrong German title, it was actually called "Lockende Tiefe" ("Seductive Depths"), which is "The Deep Blue Sea", 1955, MGM)
Esther Williams (close-up, in low-cut ballgown and tiara) - "Du bist so leicht zu lieben" ("Easy to Love", 1953, MGM)
Esther Williams (close-up, high-necked white sweater, hand draped over chair-rest) - "Du bist so leicht zu lieben" ("Easy to Love", 1953, MGM)
Esther Williams (close-up, low-cut, white swim-suit, diamond shapes in background) - "Du bist so leicht zu lieben" ("Easy to Love", 1953, MGM)
Esther Williams (close-up, low cut, white swim-suit with flowery strap on left) - "Du bist so leicht zu lieben" ("Easy to Love", 1953, MGM)
Esther Williams (close-up, in checked coat and neck scarf) - "Du bist so leicht zu lieben" ("Easy to Love", 1953, MGM)
Esther Williams (mid-shot, in low-cut, lacey gown) - "Du bist so leicht zu lieben" ("Easy to Love", 1953, MGM)
Esther Williams (full-length, sitting on wooden post, dress held aloft) - "Du bist so leicht zu lieben" ("Easy to Love", 1953, MGM)
Esther Williams - "Konigin der Wellen" (made-up title which translates as "Queen of the Waves", the correct German title was "Die Wasserprinzessin" ("The Water Princess"), which is the film "Dangerous when Wet", 1953, MGM)
Esther Williams (mid-length, low-cut, dark dress, hand draped over chair) - "Skandal am Strand" (yet another made-up title, which translates as "Scandal at the Beach". The correct German title was "Die erste Meerjungfrau" ("The first Mermaid"), which is the film "Million Dollar Mermaid", 1952, MGM)
Esther Williams (almost full-length, large white ballgown, hand resting on head) - "Skandal am Strand" (yet another made-up title, which translates as "Scandal at the Beach". The correct German title was "Die erste Meerjungfrau" ("The first Mermaid"), which is the film "Million Dollar Mermaid", 1952, MGM)
Esther Williams - "Texas-Karneval" ("Texas Carnival", 1951, MGM)
Esther Williams / John Bromfield - "Du bist so leicht zu lieben" ("Easy to Love", 1953, MGM)
Esther Williams / Howard Keel - "Texas Karneval" ("Texas Carnival", 1951, MGM)
Hugh Williams (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Christa Winter (close-up, high-necked top, dark lighting) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Christa Winter (full-length, in dirndl, sitting outside) (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Shelley Winters - "Frauen ohne Herz" ("My Man and I", 1952, MGM)
Shelley Winters (check top, looking pensive) - "I am a Camera" (1955, Remus London Film for Emelka)
Shelley Winters (check top, hand at side of head, smiling at camera) - "I am a Camera" (1955, Remus London Film for Emelka)
Shelley Winters (check top, smiling into the distance) - "I am a Camera" (1955, Remus London Film for Emelka)
Shelley Winters (low-cut, lacey top, seductive smile) - "I am a Camera" (1955, Remus London Film for Emelka)
Shelley Winters / Anton Diffring - "I am a Camera" (1955, Remus London Film for Emelka)
Googie Withers / John McCallum - "Derby Day" (1952, Korda-London for Emelka)
Teresa Wright - "Goldene Traume" (this German title ("Golden Dreams") doesn't exist. The actual German title was "Theaterfieber") ("The Actress", 1953, MGM)
Jane Wyman / Van Johnson - "Aus den Wolken kommt das Gluck" ("Three Guys Named Mike", 1951, MGM)
Diana Wynyard (no film title) (Korda-London for Emelka)
Gig Young (holding a fishing rod) - "Stolz und Leidenschaft" (translates as "The Pride and the Passion", but this is the wrong German title, which was "Korper ohne Seele" ("Bodies without Souls"), which is the film "Torch Song", 1953, MGM)
Gig Young (in suit and tie sitting on bamboo chair) - "Stolz und Leidenschaft" (translates as "The Pride and the Passion", but this is the wrong German title, which was "Korper ohne Seele" ("Bodies without Souls"), which is the film "Torch Song", 1953, MGM)
Gig Young / Lee Aaker / Jean Hagen - "Arena" (1953, MGM)
Robert Young - "Nordwest-Passage" ("Northwest Passage", 1940, MGM)
Ingmar Zeisberg - "Andre und Ursula" (1955, Elite Film)
Sonja Ziemann - "Schon muss man sein" (1951, Rex)
Sonja Ziemann / Paul Klinger (he on left, without hat, embraces her) - "Am Brunnen vor dem Tore" (1952, Berolina Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Sonja Ziemann / Paul Klinger (she on left talking to him with hat) - "Am Brunnen vor dem Tore" (1952, Berolina Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Sonja Ziemann / Fritz Koesling - "Am Brunnen vor dem Tore" (1952, Berolina Film for Neuen Nordisk)
Sonja Ziemann / Hardy Kruger - "Schon muss man sein" (1951, Rex)


The following cards show scenes without naming the actors involved, and are all German or French films

"Der verlorene Kontinent" (Bali-Madchen) (1955, documentary, Monopol Films)
"Die drei Korsaren" (1952, Lux-Film for Emelka). 5 cards known
"Mangala" (probably refers to the Indian musical "Aan", released in 1952, distributed by Emelka). 2 cards known
"Plume au vent" (French film, 1952, Solar-Film for Emelka). 7 cards known
"Port du desir" (1954, Rex)
"Solange Du noch eine Mutter hast" (this film title does not exist, the correct title is "Regina Amstetten", 1953, Roxy Film for Neuen Nordisk)
"Strassenserenade" (1953, Rex)


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