The German movie star Lya Mara with her Teddy Bear on Ross photo.
The actress Lya Mara was born in Riga in Poland. During World War I she stood in Warsaw and went through the invasion of the German troops. She became famous of her roles in movies like "Manon" (1919), "Anna Karenina" (1920), "Die Försterchristel" (1926) and "Der rote Kreis (1928).
With her celebrated sex appeal and her youthful lightness she soon belonged to the young savages who became a darling of the public.
At the end of the 20's she became above all very famous for her performance as a typical Vienna girl and produced a real boom of Vienna movies.
Ross Photo, postcard size, fine condition.