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Ally Kolberg

 

Actress Ally Kolberg or Ally Kay had a brief career in the German silent cinema of the late 1910s and early 1920s.
During the First World War, Ally Kolberg joined the German cinema. Her first film appearance was in the short comedy Einer für drei/One for Three (1916, Hanna Henning) with Joseph Römer in his popular role as Bubi. Next she appeared in another episode of the Bubi-series, Bubi ist eifersüchtig/Bubi is jealous (1916, Hanna Henning). This was followed up with roles in short films like Mutter/Mother (1917, Hanna Henning) with Olga Engl, Arme kleine Helga/Poor little Helga (1918, Hanna Henning) opposite Kurt Vespermann, Und hätte der Liebe nicht/And have not charity (1918, Gertrud Scholz) with Johannes Riemann, and another Bubi-comedy, Weil ich dich liebe/Because I love you (1918, Hanna Hening).
In 1920, Ally Kolberg played in Die Augen der Maske/The eyes of the mask (1920, Karl Gerhardt) opposite Lil Dagover, the Austrian-German production Das vierte Gebot/The Fourth Commandment (1920, Richard Oswald), and Das Zeichen des Malayen/The Mark of the Malays (1920, Carl Heinz Boese). She was also credited as Ally Kay in films. Her llater film roles were in Wem nie durch Liebe Leid geschah/Who never came through heartache (1922, Heinz Schall) with Margit Barnay, and Die Spitzen der Gesellschaft/The leaders of society (1923, Paul Heidemann). In the Swedish production Fröken Fob/Miss Fob (1923, Elis Ellis), she was credited as Ally Kay-Bing

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