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Kristina Söderbaum, the Nazi Marilyn Monroe?

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she reminds me a little of Ginger Rogers and Claire Trevor with a dash of penny singleton.

:)

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8 hours ago, hamradio said:

 

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Saaay, isn't THIS where the "No, no, no"/"Yes, yes, yes" is out of synch in Singin' in the Rain ???

AND, I know for a FACT this Soderbaum dame(with or WITHOUT those two little dots above her name) isn't in THAT flick at all!

(...nope, you're not foolin' ME here, dude)

;)

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44 minutes ago, Dargo said:

Saaay, isn't THIS where the "No, no, no"/"Yes, yes, yes" is out of synch in Singin' in the Rain ???

AND, I know for a FACT this Soderbaum dame(with or WITHOUT those two little dots above her name) isn't in THAT flick at all!

(...nope, you're not foolin' ME here, dude)

;)

That is a fictitious movie called "The Dueling  Cavalier " which seems to had been inspired by the real film "Monsieur Beaucaire" (1927).  The woman in the 1952 "Singing in The Rain" is too young.

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 That photo is a scene in "Jud Suss" (1940) a propaganda film.  Here's another take.

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3 minutes ago, hamradio said:

That is a fictitious movie called "The Dueling  Cavalier " which seems to had been inspired by the real film "Monsieur Beaucaire" (1927).  The woman in the 1952 "Singing in The Rain" is too young.

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Thanks for the info, ham.

(...and I'm sure glad you enjoyed my little joke here...well, I sure as hell laughed at it for a few minutes anyway...but then again, you probably already know what a sucker I am for my own material, don't ya!) ;)

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6 minutes ago, Dargo said:

Thanks for the info, ham.

(...and I'm sure glad you enjoyed my little joke here...well, I sure as hell laughed at it for a few minutes anyway...but then again, you probably already know what a sucker I am for my own material, don't ya!) ;)

I added more info, was editing when you posted. Have to admit I originally thought the same thing, the 2 photos are a good lookalike.

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Kolberg isn't the most historically accurate but it is a decent technicolor epic for its day.

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I wonder if Goebbels ever took advantage of Soderbaum. I read that he tried to get most of those German actresses to sleep with him. "Hitler's Hollywood" is a good documentary on the subject if you haven't seen it.

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"Kolberg" (1945) like most movies are embellished even if we made it.

Would make a nice foreign import for TCM to show on a Sunday night.

 

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