Dolly Haas - Rotten Tomatoes

Dolly Haas



Before coming to America to take an unsuccessful stab at Hollywood stardom, Dolly Haas had established herself as a luminary on stage and screen in her native Germany. Born in Hamburg, in 1916, she began dancing at age six, was a professional actress during her teens, and made her German feature film debut in 1923, with One Summer of Happiness. She continued appearing in films there through the early '30s, but when the National Socialists came to power, Hass emigrated to Great Britain. There, she appeared in such films as Broken Blossoms (1935) and Spy of Napoleon (1939). Shortly after making the latter film, she moved to the U.S., but once in Hollywood was unable to find a film that suited her. In the early '40s, she moved to New York to forge a successful career on Broadway, appearing in shows such as Lute Song opposite Yul Brynner and Crime and Punishment with John Gielgud. In 1975, Haas' contribution to German cinema was honored with a retrospective at the Berlin International Film Festival.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Es tut sich was um Mitternacht
  • Actor
2014
No Score Yet Der Page vom Dalmasse-Hotel
  • Actor
2011
No Score Yet Liebeskommando (Love's Command)
  • Actor
2010
80% I Confess
  • Alma Keller
1952
No Score Yet Broken Blossoms
  • Lucy Burrows
1936
No Score Yet Spy of Napoleon
  • Eloise
1936
No Score Yet Scampolo, ein Kind der Strasse
  • Scampolo
1932
No Score Yet Der brave Sünder
  • Actor
1931
No Score Yet Warum lügt Fräulein Käthe?
  • Actor

Quotes from Dolly Haas' Characters

No quotes approved yet.