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Hilde Krüger
German actress

Hilde Krüger

Hilde Krüger
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Intro German actress
Was Actor Film actor
From Germany
Field Film, TV, Stage & Radio
Gender female
Birth 9 November 1912, Kalk, Kalk, Cologne, Cologne Government Region
Death 8 May 1991, Lichtenfels, Lichtenfels, Upper Franconia, Bavaria (aged 78 years)
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Hilde Krüger (1914–1991) was a German film actress who eventually settled in Mexico.


Krüger was born in 1914. One source says she was born in Cologne and another in Berlin. Her dramatic success was assigned to the patronage of Joseph Goebbels which happened after she appeared in the anti-semitic film Don't Lose Heart, Suzanne! . She was to appear in twenty more films.

She is suspected of working as a spy for the Abwehr, the German intelligence department during the Second World War, cultivating leading figures in Mexican society. She had originally intended to settle in Hollywood, but she struggled to find work and had to leave for Mexico.

Selected filmography

  • Peter, Paul and Nanette (1935)
  • Don't Lose Heart, Suzanne! (1935)
  • Incognito (1936)
  • He Who Died of Love (1945)
  • Adultery (1945)
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