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Hedy Lamarr : Actress Height, Weight, Age, Movies, Biography, News, Images & Videos

Hedy Lamarr, born Hedwig Eva Maria Kiesler, was an Austrian-American actress, inventor, and film producer. She was part of 30 films in an acting career spanning 28 years, and co-invented an early version of frequency-hopping spread spectrum

Hedy Lamarr
Name : Hedy Lamarr
Birth Date : 09 November 1914
Birth Place : Vienna, Austria
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Occupation : Actress

Hedy Lamarr Movies and TV Shows

  • A Lady Without Passport [3 August 1950]

    A beautiful refugee is made to cooperate with government operatives to break-up an immigrant smuggling racket headed by a man known as Palinov.

  • Algiers [5 August 1938]

    Pepe, a jewel thief, is on the run after stealing a bunch of priceless diamonds. He is caught between the beauty of Gaby and his jealous mistress, while keeping himself away from Inspector Salimane.

  • Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story [24 November 2017 (USA)]

    Austrian actress Hedy Lamarr fled an oppressive marriage to create a name for herself as one of Hollywood's top leading ladies in the 1940s. Behind the glamour and sex appeal, though, was a talented and inquisitive inventor who created a radio system that is now considered the basis of Bluetooth technology.

  • Boom Town [8 August 1940 (USA)]

    Good friends McMasters and Sand come to oil towns and strike it rich but getting rich and losing it all teaches them that happiness is hard to come by.

  • Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? [6 August 1975 (New York)]

    The Great Depression, in both its bleak lows and its artistic highs, is presented in this documentary. Featuring the grim reality that many Americans faced during the era, largely in the form of newsreel clips, the film also depicts how Hollywood dealt with this period of widespread poverty and unemployment. Much of the movie footage showcases glamour and extravagance, providing lively moments of escapism that contrast starkly with day-to-day life during the 1930s.… MORE

  • Calling Hedy Lamarr [12 May 2006 (Austria)]

    Anthony Loder discusses his mother, actress Hedy Lamarr, known for her legendary beauty.

  • Camera Angles [Gene Lester]

  • Cinema's Exiles: From Hitler to Hollywood [1 January 2009 (USA)]

    An examination of Berlin's filmmaking during the 1920s shows the exodus of many to the U.S.

  • Come Live with Me [31 January 1941]

    Johnny, a Viennese refugee who has been staying illegally in New York since her temporary visa expired, is in love with Bart but won't accept his marriage proposal so as to avoid hurting his wife.

  • Comrade X [13 December 1940 (USA)]

    An American reporter smuggling news out of Soviet Moscow is blackmailed into helping a beautiful Communist leave the country.

  • Copper Canyon [22 September 1950]

    A fugitive Rebel (Ray Milland) helps miners fight instigators (Hedy Lamarr, Macdonald Carey) while working as a vaudeville marksman out West.

  • Crossroads [July 1942]

    A French diplomat David Talbot who has recovered from amnesia is blackmailed over crimes he can't remember.

  • Dishonored Lady [16 May 1947]

    Beautiful art editor Madeleine Damian (Hedy Lamarr) carries on numerous loveless affairs. After a failed relationship with advertiser Felix Courtland (John Loder), the increasingly depressed Madeleine attempts suicide. When Jack Garet (William Lundigan), her secretary and former lover, tries to blackmail her, Madeleine resigns and seeks a reclusive life. Neighbor David Cousins (Dennis O'Keefe) befriends Madeleine, but soon Courtland and Garet discover her whereabouts and disrupt her new life.… MORE

  • Ecstasy [20 January 1933 (Czechoslovakia)]

    An unhappy bride (Hedy Keisler) returns to her father (André Nox) and meets an engineer (Pierre Nay) who sees her nude chasing her horse.

  • Edgar G. Ulmer—The Man Off Screen [4 September 2004 (Germany)]

    The life of B movie king Edgar G. Ulmer.

  • El desfiladero del cobre [John Farrow]

  • Entertaining the Troops [Robert Mugge]

  • Experiment Perilous [18 December 1944 (USA)]

    A small-town doctor tries to help a beautiful woman with a deranged husband.

  • Going Hollywood: The War Years [1986]

    Host Van Johnson recalls the era with interviews, archival footage and clips from movies made during 1941-45.

  • Gold on the Street [11 November 1930]

    Money on the Street is a 1930 Austrian-German romantic comedy film directed by Georg Jacoby and starring Lydia Pollman, Georg Alexander, and Franz Schafheitlin. It is notable for the screen debut of Hedy Lamarr, who played a small role as an extra.

  • H. M. Pulham, Esq. [18 December 1941 (USA)]

    A reserved millionaire who has always lived his life according to the views of other people is brought out of his shell by a beautiful free-spirited woman.

  • Hedy Lamarr: Secrets of a Hollywood Star [22 January 2006]

  • Her Highness and the Bellboy [11 July 1945]

    Romantic complications ensue when a lovelorn princess enlists the help of a hotel bellboy to track down the man of her dreams. Hedy Lamarr, Robert Walker and June Allyson star.

  • I Take This Woman [2 February 1940]

    I Take This Woman is a 1940 American drama film directed by W. S. Van Dyke and starring Spencer Tracy and Hedy Lamarr. Based on the short story "A New York Cinderella" by Charles MacArthur, the film is about a young woman who attempted suicide in reaction to a failed love affair.

  • Instant Karma [27 April 1990]

    An actress (Chelsea Noble) comforts the lonely creator (Craig Sheffer) of a mindless TV hit called "Rock 'n' Roll P.I."

  • Kedves csirkefogók [Victor Fleming]

  • L'eterna femmina [Marc Allégret]

  • La Vida es Así [Victor Fleming]

  • Lady of the Tropics [11 August 1939]

    An American playboy in Saigon has to fight to get his Eurasian wife out of the country.

  • Let's Live a Little [1948]

    An adman (Robert Cummings) mixes business and romance with a demanding client (Anna Sten) and a psychiatrist (Hedy Lamarr).

  • Loves of Three Queens [24 December 1954]

    A woman (Hedy Lamarr) sees herself as Helen of Troy, Napoleon's Josephine and German folk heroine Genevieve.

  • My Favorite Spy [25 December 1951]

    The US Intelligence bureau hires lookalike Peanuts White to pose as Eric Augustine, an international spy. He meets Lily Dalbray, Augustine's supposed friend who is now connected with his arch-enemy.

  • No Money Needed [5 February 1932 (Berlin)]

    No Money Needed is a 1932 German comedy film directed by Carl Boese and starring Hedy Lamarr, Heinz Rühmann, and Hans Moser. It premiered on 5 February 1932. It was based on a play by Ferdinand Alternkirch and was shot during November 1931.

  • No puedo vivir sin ti [Clarence Brown]

  • Samson and Delilah [21 December 1949 (USA)]

    The story revolves around Delilah, a beautiful courtesan, who seduces Samson, a soldier chosen by God to destroy Philistines, in order to haul out the secret of his strength and destroy him.

  • Show Business at War [21 May 1943]

    Entertainers visit the front to lift soldiers' spirits.

  • Slaughter on Tenth Avenue [1 September 1957]

    An assistant district attorney (Richard Egan) hits a wall of silence after the shooting of a New York longshoreman.

  • Stewart & Mitchum: The Two Faces of America [Gregory Monro]

  • Storm in a Water Glass [13 March 1931]

    Storm in a Water Glass is a 1931 Austrian-German comedy film directed by Georg Jacoby and starring Hansi Niese, Renate Müller and Paul Otto. The film is based on the play of the same title by Bruno Frank, later adapted into the British film Storm in a Teacup.

  • That's Entertainment, Part II [16 May 1976]

    Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly dance together again for the first time in more than 30 years as they introduce classic musical numbers and comedy bits.

  • The Conspirators [24 October 1944 (USA)]

    A leader of the Dutch underground finds danger in Lisbon and love in a mysterious woman during World War II.

  • The Female Animal [22 January 1958 (USA)]

    A Hollywood star's (Hedy Lamarr) adopted daughter (Jane Powell) falls in love with the star's live-in boyfriend (George Nader).

  • The Heavenly Body [23 March 1944]

    An astronomer's neglected wife Vicky takes up astrology and a handsome astrologer.

  • The Love Goddesses [1965]

    Clips from 1919 to 1959 show screen sex symbols including Theda Bara, Mae West, Marilyn Monroe and Simone Signoret.

  • The Miracle of Sound [1940]

    Take a look at the techniques and the process involved in the sound creation of a film.

  • The Story of Mankind [8 November 1957 (USA)]

    The Story of Mankind is a 1957 American fantasy film, very loosely based on the nonfiction book The Story of Mankind by Hendrik Willem van Loon. The film was directed and co–produced by Irwin Allen and released by Warner Bros. The all-star cast movie was a critical failure.

  • The Strange Woman [25 October 1946]

    Isaiah (Gene Lockhart), a 19th-century businessman, has his eye on the beautiful and very young Jenny (Hedy Lamarr). Finally of age, she accepts his marriage proposal, but their love affair quickly turns sour. Ephraim (Louis Hayward), Isaiah's college-age son, comes for a visit, immediately striking up a chemistry with Jenny. She promises marriage -- if he murders his father first. But Jenny also swoons for John (George Sanders), the fiancé of her best friend, Meg (Hillary Brooke).… MORE

  • The Trunks of Mr. O.F. [2 December 1931 (Berlin)]

    The Trunks of Mr. O.F. is a 1931 German comedy film directed by Alexis Granowsky and starring Alfred Abel, Peter Lorre, and Harald Paulsen. The film was shot between 15 September and 17 October 1931 and premiered in Berlin on 2 December 1931.

  • Tortilla Flat [21 May 1942]

    Inhabitants of a Southern California fishing village strive for the simple pleasures of life.

  • White Cargo [1942]

    A sultry native woman Tondelayo ignites the passions of workers on an African plantation.

  • Ziegfeld Girl [25 April 1941 (USA)]

    Three young women - Sheila Regan, Susan Gallaghe and Sandra rise to very different kinds of fame as Florenz Ziegfeld's Broadway showgirls.

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What is birthdate of Hedy Lamarr?

- 09 November 1914.

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- Vienna, Austria.

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- 109.

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