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Jessie Rindom est une Actrice Danoise née le 4 octobre 1903 à Rostock (Allemagne)

Jessie Rindom

Jessie Rindom
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Nationalité Danemark
Naissance 4 octobre 1903 à Rostock (Allemagne)
Mort 8 janvier 1981 (à 77 ans) à Copenhague (Danemark)

Jessie Rindom (4 October 1903 – 8 January 1981) was a Danish film actress. She appeared in 30 films between 1925 and 1980.

Born in Rostock, Germany, she was the daughter of Danish actors Ellen Diedrich and Svend Rindom. She died in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Filmographie de Jessie Rindom (15 films)

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Kispus (1956)
, 1h45
Réalisé par Erik Balling
Origine Danemark
Genres Comédie, Comédie romantique
Acteurs Helle Virkner, Henning Moritzen, Nina Pens Rode, Gunnar Lauring, Ove Sprogøe, Lis Løwert
Rôle Constance
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The eccentric fashion designer Mr. Marcel gives his newly designed gown to the common working-class seamstress, Eva, when he sees how well it fits her. He then bets the actress who originally ordered the gown that if Eva wears his creation to an upcoming movie premiere, she will be accepted as a high-society woman. He is right and Eva attracts the young aristocrat Jakob. Eva fears that Jakob will discover her lowly background, but Jakob himself is a fraud. He is only a poor student who works as a chauffeur and sells his books to take her out. After numerous misunderstandings and complications, love wins out over snobbery and fraud.
Soldaten og Jenny, 1h32
Réalisé par Johan Jacobsen
Origine Danemark
Genres Drame, Romance
Acteurs Poul Reichhardt, Bodil Kjer, Johannes Meyer, Maria Garland, Elith Pio, Karin Nellemose
Rôle Gartnerkonen (as Jessie Lauring)
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Two common working-class people, Robert and Jenny, meet one day in a bar. After Robert defends Jenny against her date, a district attorney's chauffeur, who is trying to get her drunk, they begin a relationship. She soon discovers that she will be tried in court for an abortion she needed a few years previously. Her parents disown her and she loses her job as a saleswoman. Robert stays with her, admitting his own responsibility for killing someone when he was 17 years old. Distraught at the thought of going to prison, Jenny convinces Robert to commit suicide with her. Just as she is planning the suicide, her lawyer comes and announces that the case has been dropped—the case had been delayed too long while the district attorney was in the hospital after his chauffeur has caused an automobile accident.