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The actress Edith Karin was able to launch a brief film career at the beginning of the 30s.
In her first movie "Ich glaub' nie mehr an eine Frau" (30) she impersonated the role of the Red Finna at the side of Richard Tauber, Paul Hörbiger, Werner Fütterer and Gustaf Gründgens.
It followed "Das lockende Ziel" (30) with Richard Tauber, Maria Elsner, Sophie Pagay, Lucie Englisch and Oskar Sima, as Plörösenmieze "Der Hauptmann von Köpenick" (31) directed by Richard Oswald with Max Adalbert, Ernst Dernburg, Willi Schur, Hermann Vallentin and Gerhard Bienert, playing the role of a maidservant in Richard Oswald's "Gräfin Mariza" (32) at the side of Dorothea Wieck, Hubert Marischka, Charlotte Ander, Ferdinand von Alten, Anton Pointner and Szöke Szakall as well as "Ein Lied geht um die Welt" (33) by Richard Oswald with Joseph Schmidt, Viktor de Kowa, Charlotte Ander, Fritz Kampers, Carl Auen, Carl de Vogt and Ida Perry.
Afterwards it lasted till 1950 till she appeared in front of the camera for a last time.
Her last movie was "Eine Nacht im Separee" (50) directed by Hans Deppe. She played the master of the Amalien monastery with Kurt Seifert, Olga Tschechowa, Sonja Ziemann, Paul Hörbiger, Georg Thomalla and Rudolf Schündler.