Liselotte Pulver

Active - 1950 - 2003  |   Born - Oct 11, 1929 in Berne, Switzerland  |   Genres - Comedy, Drama, Romance

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Swiss actress Liselotte Pulver was a stage performer when she was discovered by Austrian director Leopold Lindtberg. Lindtberg cast the 20-year-old actress in the 1949 comedy Swiss Tour, after which she inaugurated a long career in European films, billed as Liselotte Pulver. Popular on the Continent, Pulver was little seen in English-speaking countries save for the occasional arthouse screening or late-show telecast of such films as The Adventures of Arsène Lupin (1957) and The Confessions of Felix Krull (also 1957). Lilo Pulver received special billing for the second of her three American films, Billy Wilder's One, Two, Three (1961), in which she played the amply proportioned blonde secretary of philandering Coca-Cola executive James Cagney.

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