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Grete Reinwald
Actress

Grete Reinwald

Grete Reinwald
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Intro Actress
A.K.A. Malwina Margarete Reinwald
Was Actor Stage actor Film actor
From Germany
Field Film, TV, Stage & Radio
Gender female
Birth 25 May 1902, Stuttgart, Germany
Death 24 May 1983, Munich, Germany (aged 81 years)
Star sign Gemini
Family
Spouse: Fred Louis Lerch
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Biography

Grete Reinwald, Edwardian postcard, circa 1910.

Grete Reinwald (25 May 1902 – 24 May 1983) was a German stage and film actress. As a child, due to her sweet, appealing features she modeled for many monochrome, hand-tinted and autochrome postcards. Her siblings Hanni Reinwald and Otto Reinwald were also actors.

Selected filmography

  • The Night of Decision (1920)
  • Youth (1922)
  • William Tell (1923)
  • The Comedian's Child (1923)
  • The Woman on the Panther (1923)
  • Time Is Money (1923)
  • Set Me Free (1924)
  • The Gallows Bride (1924)
  • The Four Marriages of Matthias Merenus (1924)
  • Heart of Stone (1924)
  • The Woman without Money (1925)
  • The Assmanns (1925)
  • What the Stones Tell (1925)
  • Goetz von Berlichingen of the Iron Hand (1925)
  • Golden Boy (1925)
  • Ship in Distress (1925)
  • Frisian Blood (1925)
  • People of the Sea (1925)
  • German Hearts on the German Rhine (1926)
  • Fräulein Mama (1926)
  • The Hunter of Fall (1926)
  • The Eleven Schill Officers (1926)
  • Assassination (1927)
  • I Stand in the Dark Midnight (1927)
  • On the Banks of the River Weser (1927)
  • Rutschbahn (1928)
  • Give Me Life (1928)
  • Autumn on the Rhine (1928)
  • Kolonne X (1929)
  • Big City Children (1929)
  • Hans Westmar (1933)
  • Women for Golden Hill (1938)
  • Stern von Rio (1940)
  • The Scapegoat (1940)
  • The Great Love (1942)
  • Who Is This That I Love? (1950)
  • Captive Soul (1952)
  • The Chaplain of San Lorenzo (1953)
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https://www.worldcat.org/identities/containsVIAFID/312620528
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