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The actress Dora Schlüter was already active at the theater when she entered the film business in 1917 for a brief time.
She made her film debut with "Ahasver" (17) with Carl de Vogt in the leading role, it followed Max Mack's "Der Sohn der Magd" (19) and "Matrimoniuim Sacrum" (19) as well as "Anna Karenina" (19) with Lya Mara, Johannes Riemann and Heinrich Peer.
Her film career came already to an end at the beginning of the 20s. Sie took part in the productions "Moj" (20) uad "Die verbotene Fruchrt" (21) both directed by Rudolf Biebrach as well as "Tabea, stehe auf!" (22) with Lotte Neumann and Maria Forescu.
It followed a long interruption before Dora Schlüter appeared again in front of the camera for a last time. She acted in Hubert Marischka's "Drunter und drüber" (39) with Paul Hörbiger, Hilde Krüger and Albert Florath. It was her only sound film at the same time.
Other movies with Dora Schlüter:
Dämon der Welt (19) Eines grossen Mannes Liebe (19) Das Schicksal des Edgar Morton (19)