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English-born German-British actress Lilian Harvey being photographed while feeding grass to a goat with smiling face. 1960.

English-born German-British actress Lilian Harvey being photographed while feeding grass to a goat with smiling face. 1960.
English-born German-British actress Lilian Harvey being photographed while feeding grass to a goat with smiling face. 1960.
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English-born German-British actress Lilian Harvey being photographed while feeding grass to a goat with smiling face. 1960.
English-born German-British actress Lilian Harvey being photographed while feeding grass to a goat with smiling face. 1960.
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English-born German-British actress Lilian Harvey being photographed while feeding grass to a goat with smiling face. 1960. Lilian Harvey (19 January 1906 – 27 July 1968) was an English-born German-British actress and singer, long based in Germany, where she is best known for her role as Christel Weinzinger in Erik Charell's 1931 film Der Kongreß tanzt. Helene Lilian Muriel Pape was born in 1906, in Hornsey, North London. After an engagement as a revue dancer in Vienna in 1924, Harvey received her first movie role as the young Jewish girl "Ruth" in the Austrian film The Curse directed by Robert Land. Subsequently, she starred in many silent films. In 1925, she was cast in her first leading role in the film Leidenschaft by Richard Eichberg, side by side with Otto Gebühr. In 1931, Harvey played the leading part in the film Der Kongreß tanzt (The Congress Dances); her song Das gibt's nur einmal written by Werner R. Heymann became a most popular melody. Her subsequent movies were filmed in English and French versions, so Harvey became known outside of Germany. She was invited to Hollywood and made four movies for the Fox Film Corporation, but these were not as successful as her German films. She eventually abandoned George White's Scandals, leading executives to cast Alice Faye in the part, and Faye became an overnight sensation. After leaving Hollywood she appeared in a British film Invitation to the Waltz. In 1935, Lilian Harvey returned to Germany. Photo Taken - 11 July 1960
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