Kaaren Verne

Highest Rated:
100% The Seventh Cross (1944)
Lowest Rated:
81% Ship of Fools (1965)
Apr 6
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Berlin-born actress Kaaren Verne fled her homeland in 1938 when it became obvious (to her, at least) that Hitler was hazardous to her future well-being. Verne made her English-language movie debut in the 1939 British film Ten Days in Paris, and the following year had settled in Hollywood. At first,…

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Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Madame X
  • Nurse Riborg
-- 1966
81% Ship of Fools
  • Frau Lutz
-- 1965
A Bullet for Joey
  • Mrs. Hartman
-- 1955
95% The Bad and the Beautiful
  • Rosa
-- 1953
The Story of Three Loves
  • Madame Legay [Equilibrium]
-- 1953
100% The Seventh Cross
  • Leni
-- 1944
Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon
  • Charlotte Eberli
-- 1943
100% Kings Row
  • Elise Sandor
-- 1942
  • Sylvia Helmuth
-- 1941
100% All Through the Night
  • Leda Hamilton
-- 1941

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Quotes from Kaaren Verne's Characters

    1. Leda Hamilton: [to reporters] Well, I also feel it's about time someone knocked the Axis back on its heels.
    2. Gloves Donahue: Excuse me, Baby. What she means it's about time someone knocked those heels back on their axis.
    From All Through the Night. Submitted by Francis L (2 years ago)
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