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Inge Landgut

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Occupation  Actor
Years active  1928-1986

Name  Inge Landgut
Role  Actress
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Born  23 November 1922 (1922-11-23) Berlin, Germany
Died  May 29, 1986, Berlin, Germany
Spouse  Werner Oelschlaeger (m. 1952–1980)
Movies  M, Emil and the Detectives, Hanneles Himmelfahrt, Perjury
Similar People  Otto Wernicke, Theodor Loos, Friedrich Gnass, Georg John, Fritz Arno Wagner

Inge landgut

Inge Landgut (November 23, 1922 – May 29, 1986) was a German child actress. She is probably best-remembered for playing Pony Hütchen in Emil and the Detectives and as the child murder victim Elsie Beckmann in Fritz Lang's classic M, both films were released in 1931. Landgut continued her acting career into adulthood, making both film and television appearances. During her later years, Inge Landgut also worked frequently in the German voice-dubbing business. She provided the German voice for actresses like Lois Maxwell as „Miss Moneypenny“ in the James Bond films and Barbara Bel Geddes as Miss Ellie Ewing from Dallas. She was also the German voice of Wilma in The Flintstones.


Inge Landgut was married with director and actor Werner Oehlschläger (1904–1980) from 1952 until his death.

Schauspielerleben: Inge Landgut (Staffel 5 / Folge 7, 2018)

Selected filmography

  • Violantha (1928)
  • Angst (1928)
  • Indizienbeweis (1929)
  • A Mother's Love (1929)
  • Women on the Edge (1929)
  • Perjury (1929)
  • Phantoms of Happiness (1929)
  • Bookkeeper Kremke (1930)
  • M (1931)
  • Louise, Queen of Prussia (1931)
  • Emil and the Detectives (1931)
  • Love Can Lie (1937)
  • Was tun, Sybille? (1938)
  • Women Are Better Diplomats (1941)
  • Mr. Gaspary's Sons (1948)
  • Our Daily Bread (1949)
  • I'll Never Forget That Night (1949)
  • The Rabanser Case (1950)
  • Torreani (1951)
  • Doppelgänger (1971; TV series; 13 episodes)
  • Ein Mann will nach oben (1978; TV series, three episodes)
  • Schneeweißchen und Rosenrot (1984)
  • References

    Inge Landgut Wikipedia