Karel Gott and Zuzana Kocúrlková in Hvezda pada vzhuru. East-German postcard by Progress, Berlin, no. 41/76, 1976. Photo: publicity still for <i>Hvezda pada vzhuru/A Star Is Falling Upwards</i> (Ladislav Rychman, 1975).
https://flic.kr/p/B5kxch | Henny Porten as Lebendes Porzellan in Die lebende Tote (1919) | German postcard by Ross Verlag, Berlin, no. 356/4. Photo: Messter-Film. Publicity still for Die lebende Tote/The living dead (Rudolf Biebrach, 1919). Porten appeared in several early films as 'Lebendes Porzellan' (living china). Sturdy and blond Henny Porten (1890-1960) was one of Germany's most important and popular film actresses of the silent cinema. She became the quintessence of German…
Henny Porten, Emil Jannings and Ludwig Hartau in Anna Boleyn (1920). German postcard by Ross Verlag, Berlin, no. 645/5, 1919-1924. Photo: Union. Publicity still for <i>Anna Boleyn</i> (Ernst Lubitsch, 1920).
https://flic.kr/p/vKaBbo | Ressel Orla | German postcard by Verlag W.J. Morlins / Ross Verlag, Berlin, no. 9010/2. Photo: Karl Schenker. Ressel Orla (1889-1931) was an actress of the German silent film who peaked in the late 1910s and early 1920s. For more postcards, a bio and clips check out our blog European Film Star Postcards or follow us at Tumblr or Pinterest.