Vintage Photo Dolly Haas with original autograph of this famous actress.
Certificate of Authenticity included.
Haas, Dolly, born in Hamburg 1910, died in New York 1994.
he has been trained in ballet, had her first public dance performance at age 10. In Berlin, Max Reinhardt casts her in the show, "Wie werde ich reich und glücklich."
Her film career begins as singing and dancing doll in "Eine Stunde Glück" (dir. Wilhelm Dieterle, 1930) and "Dolly macht Karriere" (dir. Anatole Litvak, 1930).
While she continues her stage career as dancer, singer, and streetwise girl, in her films she often embodies a child-woman who is superior to her male partners
because of her wit and energy, frequently in a "Hosenrolle." After anti-Semitic protests following the premiere of "Das hässliche Mädchen" (dir. Hermann
Kosterlitz—later to become Henry Koster)—she emigrates to England. Here she appears in Broken Blossoms of her husband-to-be John Brahm. Her only major
postwar film role is in Hitchcock's " I Confess " (1953) where she plays with O. E. Hasse an artist couple whose emigration to the US ends in tragedy.
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