1905 - 1999
The actress Lotte Loebinger began her stage career at the Breslauer theater. It followed engagements at the Renaissance-Theater and at the Berliner Volksbühne, and especially her cooperation with Erwin Piscator was a fruitful time.
She made her film debut with a small role in Fritz Lang's "M - Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder" (31), it followed the movies "Das erste Recht des Kindes" (32) and "Eine Stadt steht kopf" (33).
When Hitler rose in Germany the ardent communist Lotte Loebinger had to leave her country and emigrated to Moscow. There she worked for the radio and took part in the movie "Borzi - Kämpfer" (36).
After the war she returned to Germany and choose the Soviet occupying zone where she concentrated to the theater again. But she also impersonated some roles in the early post-war movies, so in "Irgendwo in Berlin" (46), "Ehe im Schatten" (47) and "Strassenbekanntschaft" (48).
In the 50's she worked for the Maxim-Gorki-Theater for most of the time, beside it she acted in the movies "Semmelweis - Retter der Mütter" (50), "Ernst Thälmann - Sohn seiner Klasse" (54), "Der Teufel vom Mühlenberg" (55) and "Musterknaben" (59).
To her last cinematical works, which she was able to carry on till the old age, belong "Der Wüstenkönig von Brandenburg" (73), "Der Prinz hinter den sieben Meeren" (82), "Mein lieber Onkel Hans" (85), "Adamski" (94) and "Ein letzter Wille" (94).
Lotte Loebinger was married with the politician Herbert Wehner.
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