Carola brown support

Carola brown support (* 9. January 1924 in Wscherau, Böhmen; † 4. July 1978 in Berlin) was a German actress.

It became among other things in the role of the stepmother into three Haselnüsse for ash-bubbles admits. From 1947 to 1949 it studied at the music and play school in Leipzig, starting from 1949 followed Engagementen at the German theatre Berlin, the citizen of Berlin ensemble and the people stage.

Filmographie

Year </td> Title </td> /td <rolls>
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1951 </td> The subject </td> Emmi Hessling </td>
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1955 </td> Robert Mayer - the physician from Heilbronn </td> Female patient </td>
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1956 </td> Thomas Müntzer </td> Farmer's wife </td>
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1958 </td> The young Englishman </td> Pharmacist woman </td>
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1958 </td> The song of the sailors </td> Lady by the Luisenbund </td>
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1959 </td> The prick animal: Take you, from Fritzchen away </td> Nut/mother </td>
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1959 </td> The prick animal: The boomerang </td> Secretary of Ms. Mouse </td>
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1959 </td> Commodity for Katalonien </td> Charlotte goose eye </td>
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1960 </td> Nut/mother courage and their children </td> Farmer's wife </td>
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1960 </td> Steinzeitballade </td> Tuchelmann </td>
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1960 </td> No annoyance with Cleopatra </td> Caroline Kahlow </td>
         </tr>
1961 </td> A better Mr. (TV) </td> Mrs. Schnütchen </td>
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1961 </td> Flitterwochen without married man (TV) </td> Heidrun </td>
         </tr>
1961 </td> Napoleon in new Orleans (TV) </td> Polly </td>
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1962 </td> On the sun side </td> Sprecherziehungsdozentin </td>
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1963 </td> The prick animal: Dreams are foam </td> Mrs. Rist </td>
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1964 </td> Loved one white mouse </td> Neighbour </td>
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1964 </td> Me after, Canaillen! </td> Baronin Lübbenau </td>
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1965 </td> Without passport in strange beds </td> Trude Kabuffke </td>
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1967 </td> A lord at the Alexanderplatz </td> Mrs. Holzmeyer </td>
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1967 </td> Mrs. Venus and its devil </td> Noble lady </td>
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1967 </td> Bread and roses </td> Emmi Krell </td>
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1967 </td> Small man - which now? (TV) </td> Ms. Ruffle, secretary </td>
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1971 </td> Hat off, if you kisses! </td> Aunt </td>
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1972 </td> Police call 110: The mask (TV) </td> Wirtin </td>
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1972 </td> Police call 110: Burned trace (TV) </td> Mrs. Exner </td>
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1972 </td> Florentiner 73 (TV) </td> Mrs. Platz </td>
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1973 </td> Three Haselnüsse for ash-bubble (DDR/CSSR) </td> Stepmother </td>
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1975 </td> One hour stay (TV) </td> Gertrud </td>
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1976 </td> Daniel Druskat (TV) </td> Mrs. Ziesenitz </td>
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1978 </td> A handful of hope </td> Baker woman </td>
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1978 </td> Filters summer rungs </td> Cook </td>
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1978 </td> The people from the “red Ross” (TV) </td> Martha </td>
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1978 </td> On station 23 (TV) </td> Mrs. Seifert </td>
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1979 </td> P. S. </td> Pure oh woman </td>
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1979 </td> Wedding in Welzow (TV) </td> Mrs. Dickkopf </td>
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