Ina von Elben
1914 - 1980
The actress Ina von Elben was only engaged for few movies and her first production was the silent movie "Zwischen vierzehn und siebzehn" (29) directed by E.W. Emo with Ida Wüst, Fritz Alberti, Jaro Fürth, Ilka Grüning and Roland Varno.
She continued her film career in the 30s with support roles.
She took part in the movies "Zwei Herzen und ein Schlag" (32) directed by Wilhelm Thiele with Lilian Harvey, Wolf Albach-Retty, Tibor Halmay and Rudolf Biebrach, "Der Frauendiplomat" (32) at the side of Martha Eggerth, Max Hansen, Leo Slezak, Theo Lingen, Hilde Hildebrand and Albert Paulig, "Die Wasserteufel von Hieflau" (32) with Hilde Gebühr, Dina Gralla, Paul Heidemann and Hugo Fischer-Köppe and Paul Martin's "Der blonde Traum" (32) with Lilian Harvey, Willy Fritsch, Willi Forst, Paul Hörbiger and Trude Hesterberg.
During World War II she emigrated to Switzerland. After the war she returned to Vienna.