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||November 12, 1993
||December 3, 1908
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RATE AND COMMENT
Received praise for her work in the Soviet comedy, "The Girl with the Hatbox"
Worked successfully in a number of films in pre-Hitler Germany in the early 1930s after her success in the Soviet Union
Signed by producer Samuel Goldwyn (date approximate)
American film debut, "Nana", directed by Dorothy Arzner and based on the Emile Zola novel
Made last of three starring vehicles for Goldwyn, "The Wedding Night"
Played last major film role in "The Nun and the Sergeant"