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  • Mady Christians

    • Larry Howard
    • 2014-07-31

    Mady was a most lovely and talented lady, born on January 19, 1892 to Rudolph Christians, who died during production of Erich von Stroheim's Foolish Wives and had to be replaced by a lookalike actor (Robert Edeson). Her family went to Berlin when she was one year old, and to New York in 1912. Five years later she returned to Europe to study under Max Reinhardt. She appeared in a number of European films before getting into American films. In 1929 she starred in the first full sound film made in Germany It's You I Have Loved On Broadway, she starred in Lillian Hellman's Watch on the Rhine.[1] She originated the title role in the 1944 play I Remember Mama. Her last movie roles were in All My Sons, based on the play by Arthur Miller, and Letter from an Unknown Woman, both released in 1948. She died on October 28, 1951. Partial filmography[edit] A Glass of Water (1923) The Lost Shoe (1923) A Waltz Dream (1925) Slums of Berlin (1925) The Farmer from Texas (1925) The Queen of Moulin Rouge (1926) The Adventurers (1926) Heimweh (1927) Queen Louise (1927) The Runaway Princess (1929) It's You I Have Loved (1929) The Burning Heart (1929) Der schwarze Husar (The Black Hussar) (1932) The House of Dora Green (1933) A Wicked Woman (1934) Escapade (1935) Ship Caf´┐Ż (1935) Come and Get It (1936) Seventh Heaven (1937) The Woman I Love (1937) Heidi (1937) Tender Comrade (1943) Address Unknown (1944) All My Sons (1948) Letter from an Unknown Woman (1948)

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