Alma Kruger Movies List

Alma Kruger
Alma Kruger
13-09-1871
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
21
Infame Lügen

Actor Alma Kruger Filmography

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Showing 1 to 10 of 21 movies
Forever Amber
Forever Amber ( English )
Director: Otto Preminger
Music Director: David Raksin
Released Date: 10-10-1947
Our Hearts Were Young and Gay
Director: Lewis Allen
Music Director: Werner R. Heymann
Released Date: 02-11-1944
3 Men in White
3 Men in White ( English )
Director: Willis Goldbeck
Released Date: 25-05-1944
Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case
Director: Willis Goldbeck
Music Director: Daniele Amfitheatrof
Released Date: 08-05-1943
Calling Dr. Gillespie
Calling Dr. Gillespie ( English )
Director: Harold S. Bucquet
Music Director: Daniele Amfitheatrof
Released Date: 01-08-1942
Saboteur
Saboteur ( English )
Director: Alfred Hitchcock , Fred Frank , Adele Cannon
Music Director: Frank Skinner , Charles Previn , Bernard B. Brown , William Hedgcock
Released Date: 24-04-1942
Dr. Kildare's Wedding Day
Director: Harold S. Bucquet
Music Director: Bronislau Kaper
Released Date: 22-08-1941
Blonde Inspiration
Blonde Inspiration ( English )
Director: Busby Berkeley
Music Director: Bronislau Kaper
Released Date: 07-02-1941
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Alma Kruger Biography

From Wikipedia Alma Kruger (September 13, 1868 or 1871 – April 5, 1960) was an American actress. Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Kruger had a long career on stage before appearing in films. From 1907 to 1935, she featured in theatre plays on Broadway, mostly in Shakespearean plays such as Hamlet (as Gertrude), Twelfth Night (as Olivia), Taming of the Shrew (Widow), and The Merchant of Venice (Nerissa). She appeared in her first film while in her sixties, These Three (1936). She then proceeded to act in over forty films in the space of little more than a decade. Among her notable roles w

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