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Frigga Braut


6 Movies0TV shows
0/6 rated


About Frigga Braut

Frigga Braut is most well known for acting, and has 6 known credits, of which 6 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Frigga Braut’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Frigga Braut’s movies you should definitely watch Paprika (1932) Frigga has worked on!

  1. Paprika (1932)
  2. Narkose (1929)
  3. In the Slums of Berlin (1925)
  4. Der Mann aus dem Jenseits (1926)
  5. Brennende Grenze (1927)

1. Paprika (1932 Movie)

The best rated movie Frigga Braut has been a part of is the comedy movie Paprika, where they had the role of Dienstmädchen Minna.

2. Narkose (1929)

Narkose has a rating on 5.0 on IMDb . Frigga Braut worked on this romance movie as .

3. In the Slums of Berlin (1925)

In In the Slums of Berlin Frigga Braut was worked as Toast the Knowing. This drama movie has a rating on 7.1 on IMDb.

4. Der Mann aus dem Jenseits (1926)

In Der Mann aus dem Jenseits Frigga Braut had the role of .

5. Brennende Grenze (1927)

Frigga Braut was a part of the movie Brennende Grenze as Die dralle Magd. This movie has a rating 5.7 on IMDb.

Frequently asked questions

When was Frigga Braut born?

Frigga Braut’s birthday is on 18 September 1889.

What is Frigga most known for?

Frigga Braut is most known for acting. Frigga has worked on 6 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Frigga Braut’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Paprika, which has a score of 0.0.

Frigga’s Filmography

As Waschfrau. It was not just the children who were treated badly by the wealthy Weimar republic. Robert Kramer is released from prison but struggles to adjust to civilian life. His father disowns him out, his wife has left him for another man. There is no work. He eventually arrives in a shelter for the homeless, and seeks salvation through Emma, a prostitute.

As Die dralle Magd. The story of Brennende Grenze (= Burning Border) starts after the end of WWI. Polish franctireurs invade the German bordering regions which are to be given to Poland as agreed on in the post-war peace treaties. Luise von Willkühnen's manor is invaded by Ladislaus von Zeremski, his lover Nadja and their gang. They treaten the inhabitants until Luise's son kills Zeremski.

Executive producer. Max Hansen and Willi Schur play two small-time criminals who steal dogs from their owners in the hope that they will get a reward. When the police catches them at their 'work', Hansen flees and gets into the apartment of Jenny Jugo, who takes a liking to the man and pretends that he's her boyfriend. Her landlady isn't amused, and so our heroine loses her rooms and moves in with Hansen. The two of them soon become lovebirds, of course. But when they later go to an entertainment park and Jugo takes part in a beauty contest, trouble arises...

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