Alice Lach

Author, Actress - Austria
Born November 28, 1893 in Vienna
Died December 29, 1969 in Zürich

Alice Lach was born on November 28, 1893 in Wien. She was an Austrian Author, Actress, known for Unsterbliche Melodien (1935), Café Odeon (1959), Alice Lach's first movie on record is from 1935. She was married to Eugen Jensen. Alice Lach died on December 29, 1969 in Zürich. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1959.

Alice Lach Filmography [Auszug]
1959: [] Café Odeon (Cast), Directed by Kurt Früh, with Emil Hegetschweiler, Margrit Winter, Blanche Aubry,
1935: [05.22] Unsterbliche Melodien (Scenario), Directed by Heinz Paul, with Lizzi Holzschuh, Hans Homma, Alfred Jerger,

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