1922 - 1986
The actress Inge Landgut was already in the silent movie era a well-known child star and she was called the German "Shirley Temple". She erected a monument to herself with Fritz Lang's classic "M - Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder" (31).
It all began when the movie star Henny Porten spotted the young Inge Landgut playing in a sandpit. Inge Landgut was engaged and she acted at Henny Porten's side in the silent movies "Violantha" (26) and "Mutterliebe" (29). Inge Landgut became soon established as a popular child actress with "Indizienbeweis" (28), "Meineid" (29), "Frauen am Abgrund" (29) and "Der Detektiv des Kaisers" (30).
After the huge success of the movie "M - Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder"
(31) she was able to improve her popularity with the female leading role
in "Emil und die Detektive" (31), with it she became the darling of
the nation as Pony Hütchen.
After the war followed only few more movies. She appeared among others
in "Die Söhne des Herrn Gaspary" (48), "Unser täglich Brot" (49),
"13 unter einem Hut" (50), "Torreani" (51) and in the French production
"Brelan d'As" (52).
Besides her career as an actress she also synchronized stars like Sophia
Loren, Shelley Winters, Esther Williams and Barbara Bel Geddes in the serial
"Dallas". The animation figure Wilma from the serial "The Flintstones"
also profited from Inge Landgut's soft voice.
Other movies with Inge Landgut: