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Lilia Skala

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Lilia Skala (November 28, 1896 – December 18, 1994) was an Austrian-American actress. Description above from the Wikipedia article Lilia Skala, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Nov 28, 1896 In Vienna, Austria
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie Purpur und Waschblau 1931-09-23
Latest Project:
Movie Men of Respect 1990-01-18
Known For
Poster of Probe
Poster of Unentschuldigte Stunde
Poster of Man braucht kein Geld
Poster of Purpur und Waschblau
Movie Men of Respect Lucia 1990-01-18
Movie Flashdance Hanna Long 1983-04-14
Movie Testament Fania Morse 1983-11-04
Movie Sooner or Later Grandma Esther 1979-03-25
Movie Heartland Mrs. Landauer 1979-09-22
Series Trapper John, M.D. Unknown 1979-09-23
Movie Roseland Rosa 1977-10-02
Series Eleanor and Franklin Mlle. Souvestre, school headmistress 1976-01-11
Series Fay Unknown 1975-09-04
Movie Deadly Hero Edna Broderick 1975-12-14
Movie Probe Frieda Ullman 1972-02-21
Movie Charly Dr. Anna Straus 1968-09-23
Movie Ironside Sister Agatha 1967-03-28
Series Ironside Unknown 1967-03-28
Movie Caprice Madame Piasco 1967-04-18
Movie Ship of Fools Frau Hutten 1965-07-29
Series Green Acres Unknown 1965-09-15
Movie Lilies of the Field Mother Maria 1963-06-04
Series Kraft Suspense Theatre Unknown 1963-10-10
Series Naked City Unknown 1958-09-30
Series Decoy Unknown 1957-10-14
Series Climax! Unknown 1954-10-07
Movie Call Me Madam Grand Duchess Sophie 1953-03-25
Series General Electric Theater Unknown 1953-02-01
Series Omnibus Unknown 1952-11-09
Series Tales of Tomorrow Unknown 1951-08-03
Series Search for Tomorrow 1951-09-03
Series Robert Montgomery Presents Unknown 1950-01-30
Series Lux Video Theatre Unknown 1950-10-02
Series Suspense Unknown 1949-01-06
Series The Philco Television Playhouse Unknown 1948-10-03
Series Studio One Unknown 1948-11-07
Movie Unentschuldigte Stunde 1937-09-24
Movie Man braucht kein Geld 1932-02-05
Movie Purpur und Waschblau Leonore von Cadour 1931-09-23