|Birth Date||:||11 October 1929|
|Birth Place||:||Bern, Switzerland|
Liselotte Pulver, sometimes credited as Lilo Pulver, is a Swiss actress. Pulver was one of the stars of German cinema in the 1950s and 1960s, where she often was cast as a tomboy. She is well known for her hearty and joyful laughter.
A Glass of Water [6 July 1960 (West Germany)]
A Glass of Water is a 1960 West German comedy-musical film directed by Helmut Käutner and starring Gustaf Gründgens, Liselotte Pulver and Sabine Sinjen. It was entered into the 10th Berlin International Film Festival.
A Global Affair [30 January 1964]
A United Nations officer, Bob Hope is stuck in a rut when he finds an abandoned baby at the office. Now he must search for the mother and it isn't easy with so many women claiming to own the child.
A Heidelberg Romance [23 December 1951]
A Heidelberg Romance is a 1951 West German romance film directed by Paul Verhoeven and starring Liselotte Pulver, O.W. Fischer and Gardy Granass. While accompanying his daughter on a trip to Heidelberg, a wealthy American businessman recounts a romance he had with a local girl forty years before.
A Nearly Decent Girl [10 October 1963]
A Nearly Decent Girl is a 1963 West German-Spanish comedy film directed by Ladislao Vajda and starring Liselotte Pulver, Alberto de Mendoza and Martin Held.
A Time to Love and a Time to Die [9 July 1958 (USA)]
Retreating from the Russian front after the failure to take Moscow in 1944, German soldier Ernst Graeber (John Gavin) is granted a three-week furlough. He returns to his home village for the first time since he left two years before and is shocked to learn that his parents are among the thousands left dead or missing by the Allied bombing raids. Then he falls for the beautiful Elizabeth Kruse (Lilo Pulver), and the two attempt to begin a romance amidst the devastation and despair of the war.… MORE
Arms and the Man [20 November 1958 (West Germany)]
In the 1880s, Hauptmann Bluntschli (O.W. Fischer) fights for Serbia in their war with Bulgaria, but when he decides that he's had enough of the battle, he goes AWOL. In an attempt to escape, he unwittingly finds himself trapped in the bedroom of Raina Petkoff (Liselotte Pulver), the fiancée of Bulgarian war hero Sergius Slivitzna (Jan Hendriks), but as Bluntschli and Raina talk, their initial squabbling subsides as they find they have an affinity for each other.… MORE
Beautiful Adventure [29 September 1959 (West Germany)]
The Beautiful Adventure is a 1959 West German comedy film directed by Kurt Hoffmann and starring Liselotte Pulver, Robert Graf and Bruni Löbel. It was shot at the Bavaria Studios in Munich. The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Herlth.
Bread and Stones 
Bread and Stones is a 1979 Swiss drama film directed by Mark M. Rissi and starring Liselotte Pulver, Hans Rhyn and Beatrice Kessler.
Breakfast in Bed [26 April 1963 (West Germany)]
A neglected wife turns to a yoga instructor, which leads her editor-husband to make advances toward a beautiful writer.
Confessions Of Felix Krull [25 April 1957 (West Germany)]
An elevator operator's anthropological studies take a back seat to romance in an adaptation of Thomas Mann's novel.
Five Leaf Clover [23 August 1972]
Five Leaf Clover is a 1972 French comedy film directed by Edmond Freess and starring Philippe Noiret, Liselotte Pulver and Micha Bayard.
Fritz and Friederike [25 September 1952]
Fritz and Friederike is a 1952 West German comedy film directed by Géza von Bolváry and starring Liselotte Pulver, Albert Lieven, and Margarete Haagen. The film's sets were designed by Heinrich Beisenherz and Alfred Bütow.
Glorious Times in the Spessart [21 September 1967]
Glorious Times at the Spessart Inn is a 1967 West German comedy film directed by Kurt Hoffmann and starring Liselotte Pulver, Harald Leipnitz, and Vivi Bach. It is the last in a trilogy of films begun by The Spessart Inn in 1958. The plot this time revolves around time travelling.
Gustav Adolf's Page [23 December 1960]
Gustav Adolf's Page is a 1960 German-Austrian historical adventure film directed by Rolf Hansen and starring Liselotte Pulver, Curd Jürgens, and Ellen Schwiers. It is based on the 1882 novel of the same title by Conrad Ferdinand Meyer.
Hanussen [14 September 1955]
Hanussen is a 1955 West German drama film directed by O. W. Fischer and Georg Marischka and starring Fischer and Liselotte Pulver It was shot at the Bavaria Studios in Munich. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Robert Herlth and Hermann Warm.
Have Sunshine in Your Heart [20 February 1953]
Have Sunshine in Your Heart is a 1953 West German drama film directed by Erich Waschneck and starring Carl Wery, Liselotte Pulver, and Hans Hessling. It was shot at studios in Göttingen and on location in the Austrian village of St. Gilgen. The film's sets were designed by Gabriel Pellon and Sepp Rothaur.
Hokuspokus oder: Wie lasse ich meinen Mann verschwinden...? [3 March 1966]
Hocuspocus is a 1966 West German comedy film directed by Kurt Hoffmann and starring Heinz Rühmann, Liselotte Pulver, and Fritz Tillmann. It is based on a play by Curt Goetz, which had previously been adapted into several film versions. The film's sets were designed by the art director Otto Pischinger.
Hoopers letzte Jagd 
I and You [27 November 1953 (West Germany)]
I and You is a 1953 West German comedy film directed by Alfred Weidenmann and starring Hardy Krüger, Liselotte Pulver and Claus Biederstaedt.
I Often Think of Piroschka [29 December 1955 (West Germany)]
I Often Think of Piroschka is a 1955 German romantic comedy film directed by Kurt Hoffmann and starring Liselotte Pulver, Gunnar Möller and Wera Frydtberg. It is based on the novel of the same title by Hugo Hartung.
Klettermaxe [15 May 1952 (West Germany)]
Klettermaxe is a 1952 West German comedy crime film directed by Kurt Hoffmann and starring Liselotte Pulver, Albert Lieven and Charlott Daudert. It is a remake of a 1927 silent film about a cat burglar who steals from other thieves and a young Cuban dancer who becomes fascinated by him.
Kohlhiesel's Daughters [21 December 1962]
Kohlhiesel's Daughters is a 1962 German comedy film directed by Axel von Ambesser and starring Liselotte Pulver, Helmut Schmid and Dietmar Schönherr. One of Kohlhiesel's daughters falls in love, but he refuses to allow her to marry until her sister has found a husband.
La Fayette [8 February 1962]
A highly educated young man with a keen political sense serving under France's King Louis XVI, the Marquis de Lafayette (Michel Le Royer) is sought out by the American Silas Deane (Edmund Purdom) in Paris in 1776 just as the American Revolution is getting underway. After providing military and diplomatic advice to the Americans, the marquis eventually travels to the United States to join the fight alongside Benjamin Franklin (Orson Welles) and George Washington (Howard St. John).… MORE
Man from Cocody [2 April 1965 (France)]
Police of the Ivory Coast send a young diplomat to discover why a secret society is chasing an innocent butterfly hunter.
Men at a Dangerous Age [2 March 1954]
Men at a Dangerous Age is a 1954 West German comedy film directed by Carl-Heinz Schroth and starring Hans Söhnker, Liselotte Pulver and Annie Rosar. The film's sets were designed by Mathias Matthies and Ellen Schmidt.
Monika and the Sixteen Year Olds [20 June 1975]
Monika and the Sixteen Year Olds is a 1975 West German sex comedy film directed by Charly Steinberger and featuring Teri Tordai, Liselotte Pulver and Klausjürgen Wussow.
Monsieur [22 April 1964]
A rich banker and widower decides to start a whole new life after learning his wife cheated on him.
My Husband's Getting Married Today [30 August 1956]
My Husband's Getting Married Today is a 1956 West German comedy film directed by Kurt Hoffmann and starring Liselotte Pulver, Johannes Heesters and Paul Hubschmid. It was shot at the Bavaria Studios near Munich and in Hamburg. The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Herlth.
Noch ’ne Oper 
One, Two, Three [15 December 1961 (USA)]
Comedy about Coca-Cola's man in West Berlin, who may be fired if he can't keep his American boss's daughter from marrying a Communist.
Praetorius [14 January 1965]
Praetorius is a 1965 West German comedy film directed by Kurt Hoffmann and starring Heinz Rühmann, Liselotte Pulver and Fritz Tillmann. It was based on a play by Curt Goetz which had previously been turned into the 1950 German film Doctor Praetorius and the 1951 Hollywood film People Will Talk.
Reaching for the Stars [30 June 1955]
Reaching for the Stars is a 1955 West German drama film directed by Carl-Heinz Schroth and starring Erik Schumann, Liselotte Pulver and Gustav Knuth. The film's sets were designed by the art director Hans Sohnle. It was partly shot in Venice.
School for Marriage [20 May 1954]
School for Marriage is a 1954 West German comedy film directed by Rainer Geis and Anton Schelkopf and starring Wolf Albach-Retty, Cornell Borchers, and Liselotte Pulver.
Swiss Tour [1 April 1950 (USA)]
A U.S. sailor (Cornel Wilde) falls for a watchmaker's daughter (Josette Day) on a ski trip in Switzerland.
The Adventures of Arsène Lupin [22 March 1957 (Paris)]
The Adventures of Arsène Lupin is a 1957 French crime film directed by Jacques Becker. It was entered into the 7th Berlin International Film Festival. It was followed by Signé Arsène Lupin.
The Bogeyman [4 September 1953]
The Bogeyman is a 1953 West German comedy crime film directed by Carl Boese and starring Liselotte Pulver, Hans Reiser and Harald Paulsen. The film's sets were designed by Mathias Matthies.
The Buddenbrooks [11 November 1959]
The Gambler 
A French tutor is determined to save a general's family from financial ruin.
The Gardener of Argenteuil [7 October 1966]
A retired racetrack gambler lives alone and spends his time gardening, but he also has a secret source of income. His godson discovers that the man is a master forger, and his godson's girlfriend sees this as an opportunity to get rich.
The Haunted Castle [15 December 1960 (West Germany)]
Five ghosts help a debt-ridden young countess save her inherited castle from modern developers.
The Last Summer 
A Nordic revolutionary's plans to murder the president go awry when he falls in love with the man's daughter.
The Nun [6 May 1966 (Cannes)]
Suzanne (Anna Karina) unwillingly joins a religious order, but the presence of the kindly mother superior, Mme. de Moni (Micheline Presle), makes life seem bearable. When Mme. de Moni dies, though, she is replaced by Sister Sainte-Christine (Francine Bergé), a sadistic disciplinarian with a grudge against Suzanne. Suzanne obtains a transfer to a different convent -- until she discovers that her new abbess, Mme. de Chelles (Liselotte Pulver), is a sexual predator.… MORE
The Spessart Inn [15 January 1958 (West Germany)]
A countess (Liselotte Pulver) escapes from her kidnappers and poses as a man in order to save her fiancé.
The Superwife [7 March 1996]
A woman is persuaded to write a book about her philandering husband's marital indiscretions.
The Wedding Trip [22 August 1969]
The Wedding Trip is a 1969 German-Italian comedy film directed by Ralf Gregan and starring Liselotte Pulver, Dieter Hallervorden and Ewa Strömberg.
The White Hell of Pitz Palu [10 October 1950 (West Germany)]
The White Hell of Pitz Palu is a 1950 West German mountain film directed by Rolf Hansen and starring Hans Albers, Liselotte Pulver and Adrian Hoven. It is a remake of Arnold Fanck's 1929 film The White Hell of Pitz Palu.
The Zürich Engagement [16 April 1957 (West Germany)]
A flighty young woman decides to leave Germany to seek adventure and romance after a dispute with her fiance.
Uli the Tenant [23 December 1955 (Switzerland)]
Uli the Tenant is a 1955 Swiss comedy drama film directed by Franz Schnyder and starring Liselotte Pulver, Hannes Schmidhauser and Emil Hegetschweiler. Based on a classic 1849 novel by Jeremias Gotthelf, it was made as a sequel to the hit 1954 film Uli the Farmhand.
Uli, der Knecht [25 December 1954 (West Germany)]
Uli the Farmhand is a 1954 Swiss romantic comedy film directed by Franz Schnyder and starring Hannes Schmidhauser, Liselotte Pulver and Heinrich Gretler. It is based on the classic 1841 novel of the same name by Jeremias Gotthelf. It tells of a wayward young man who eventually settles down.
Von Liebe reden wir später [5 March 1953]
We'll Talk About Love Later is a 1953 West German comedy film directed by Karl Anton and starring Gustav Fröhlich, Maria Holst and Liselotte Pulver. It was shot at the Tempelhof Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by Hans Jürgen Kiebach and Gabriel Pellon.
Where the Truth Lies [14 March 1962]
Where the Truth Lies is a 1962 French thriller film directed by Henri Decoin and starring Juliette Gréco, Jean-Marc Bory and Liselotte Pulver.
- 11 October 1929.
- Bern, Switzerland.
- 1.67 m.