1893 - 1969
The actress Annemarie Mörike entered the film business in 1919 with the movie "Mein Leopold" (19). She played the role of Maria at the side of Conrad Dreher, Sabine Impekoven, Leo Peukert and Melita Petri.
In the 20s followed few more silent movies like "Das Haus zum Mond" (21) as Minchen with Leontine Kühnberg, Fritz Kortner, Paul Graetz, Rosa Valetti, Frida Richard and Max Gülstorff as well as a court lady in "Die Liebe einer Königin" (23) with Harry Liedtke, Henny Porten, Walter Janssen, Olga Limburg, Friedrich Kayssler, Hermann Vallentin and Adele Sandrock.
Annemarie Mörike took part in her temporary last movie at the beginning of the 30s.
In Joe May's "Ihre Majestät die Liebe" (31) she appeared together with Käthe von Nagy, Franz Lederer, Otto Wallburg, Adele Sandrock, Szöke Szakall, Kurt Gerron, Ralph Arthur Roberts and Paul Henckels.
It lasted nearly 30 years before she acted again as a movie actress - this time for television.
To her last movies belong "Der kaukasische Kreidekreis" (59) with Eva Maria Meinecke, Dieter Kirchlechner, Rolf Boysen, Hanns Ernst Jäger and Sigfrit Steiner and "Moral" (69) directe by Paul Hoffmann with Heinz Baumann, Ulrich Matschoss, Max Mairich and Maria Wieke.