Hilde Wörner

Actress, Producer - Germany
Born November 17, 1894 in Kassel
Died April 1963
Other names or known as : Hilde Woerner,

Mini-Biography:
Hilde Wörner was born under the given name Hildegard Margarete Dorothea Elfriede Wörner on November 17, 1894 in Kassel. She was a German Actress, Producer, known for Die Flamme (1922), Das Flötenkonzert von Sanssouci (1930), Danton (1921), Hilde Wörner's first movie on record is from 1915. She was married to Carl Müller-Hagen and Eduard Lichtenstein. Hilde Wörner died on April , 1963. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1930.
Biographical Notes in German: Hilde Wörner-Lichtenstein, Schauspielerin des Deutschen Stummfilms, Theaterengagements unter anderem in Bremen. Um 1920 erreicht Hilde Wörner (auch: Hilde Woerner) ihren Höhepunkt der Beliebtheit, unter anderem auch mit selbst produzierten Filmen. Zu der Zeit ist sie auch bei Meinhard & Bernauer (1919/20) engagiert, wo sie Maly Delschaft zum Film verhilft.
1921 spielte sie in der Uraufführung der Operette DAS MILLARDENSOUPER von Ernst Steffan (Uraufführung am 16. April 1921 am Berliner Theater in Berlin mit Ralph Arthur Roberts, Hilde Woerner, Uschi Elliot und Herbert Kieper). Im gleichen Jahr singt sie auch den Schlager "Bist du glücklich, Schatz" aus der Operette MASCOTTCHEN von Walter Bromme und Will Steinberg.
Zu den bekanntesten Filmen Hilder Wörners zählen "Die Flamme" von Ernst Lubitsch und "Danton" von Dimitri Buchowetzki, letzte Filmrollen um 1930, dann wohl noch Theater. Laut einer Quelle starb sie 1963, weitere Lebensdaten nicht bekannt. (lhg 2011)

Hilde Wörner Filmography [Auszug]
1930: [12.16] Einbrecher (Cast), Directed by Hanns Schwarz, with Willy Fritsch, Oskar Sima,
1930: [12.19] Das Flötenkonzert von Sanssouci (Cast), Directed by Gustav Ucicky, with Ferdinand Hart, Heinrich Gretler,
1925: [/ /1] Rosen aus dem Süden (Cast: Anna), Directed by Carl Froelich, with Wilhelm Bendow, Angelo Ferrari, Jenny Marba,
1923: [12.21] Der Geldteufel (Cast), Directed by Heinz Goldberg, with Otto Gebühr, Alexandra Sorina,
1922: [09.11] Die Flamme (The Flame) (Cast: Louise), Directed by Ernst Lubitsch, with Alfred Abel, Max Adalbert, Pola Negri,
1921: [/ /1] Teufelchen (Cast), Directed by Richard Oswald,
1921: [] Berliner Range (Cast),
1921: [05/04] Danton (Cast: Mädchen Babette), Directed by Dimitri Buchowetzki, with Emil Jannings, Werner Krauss, Eduard von Winterstein,
1920: [12/21] Der Graf von Cagliostro (Cast: Zofe der Favoritin), Directed by Reinhold Schünzel, with Reinhold Schünzel, Anita Berber, Conrad Veidt,
1920: [05/26] Das Experiment des Prof. Mithrany (Producer), Directed by Dimitri Buchowetzki, with Max Landa, Hanni Weisse, Margit Barnay,
1920: [09/23] Moriturus (Cast: Stubenmädchen), Directed by Carl Müller-Hagens, with Max Landa, Reinhold Schünzel, Conrad Veidt,
1920: [] Zigeunerblut (Cast), Directed by Karl Otto Krause, with Paul Hansen, Lya de Putti,
1920: [] (Cast), Directed by Carl Müller-Hagens, with Maly Delschaft,
1920: [] Die Banditen von Asnières (Cast: Ellen Gode (Ehefrau)), Directed by Carl Müller-Hagens, with Max Landa, Ferdinand von Alten,
1920: [] Das Chamäleon (Cast), Directed by Carl Müller-Hagens, with Max Landa, Reinhold Schünzel,
1920: [] Pension Lautenschlag (Cast), Directed by Carl Müller-Hagens, with Maria Lux, Hans Senius, Harald Paulsen,
1920: [] (Cast),
1920: [] (Cast),
1919: [] Intermezzo (Cast: Helga), Directed by Carl Müller-Hagens, with Harald Paulsen, Ferdinand von Alten,
1919: [00.00] Die Kralle (Cast), Directed by Carl Müller-Hagens, with Emil Biron, Olga Engl, Paul Graetz,
1919: [] (Cast), Directed by Georg Schubert, with Arthur Beder, Rudolf Döll,
1919: [05.00] Lotte als Schulschreck (Cast: Lotte Bach ), Directed by Carl Müller-Hagens, with Maria Lux, Marie von Bülow,
1919: [11.00] Teufelchen (Cast), Directed by Carl Müller-Hagens, with Emil Biron,
1919: [09.00] Das Lächeln der kleinen Beate (Cast: Beate), Directed by Georg Schubert, with Frida Richard, Melitta Klefer,
1919: [09.00] Fräulein Baronin (Cast), Directed by Leo Peukert, Carl Müller-Hagens, with Otto Treptow,
1919: [] Wenn das Leben Nein sagt (Cast: Inge), Directed by Carl Müller-Hagens, with Hans Senius, Grete Wiedecke,
1919: [08.15] Ein Frühlingstraum (Cast: Hilde), Directed by Karl Mueller-Hagens, with Richard Senius, Emil Biron,
1919: [] Die Waise von Lowood (Cast), Directed by Carl Müller-Hagens, with Charles Willy Kayser,
1919: [] (Producer), Directed by Carl Müller-Hagens, with Carl Müller-Hagens, Marie von Bülow,
1919: [] (Cast: Hilde Hartmann ), Directed by Georg Schubert, with Hellmuth Krause, Emmy Noack,
1919: [06.00] Ein Mädchen aus guter Familie (Cast: Hilde, seine Tochter), Directed by Georg Schubert, with Alexander Ekert, Kurt Keller-Nebri,
1918: [09.20] Der siebente Kuss (Cast: Dolly Markgraf), Directed by N. N., with Charles Willy Kayser, Bruno Eichgrün,
1917: [] Baronin Kammerjungfer (Cast: Baronin), Directed by Leo Peukert, with Leo Peukert, ,
1915: [] Die Tolle Komtesse (Cast: Komtess), Directed by N. N., with Else Bötticher,

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