Anna (I) Appel

as Mrs. Mandel, Second Landlady in the movie Faithless

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Was born at 1 May 1888 in Bucharest, Romania . Died at 19 November 1963, New York City, New York, USA (heart attack)
There is some small facts about Anna (I) Appel:
  • Screen, stage, and television actress.
  • Tall, round-faced character actress, from the Yiddish vaudeville of the early 1900's. From 1918 to 1928, she was a regular ensemble member of Morris Schwartz's Yiddish Art Theater in New York. Acted on screen in both Yiddish and English-language films, often as Jewish mothers.
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There is the list of movies, where Anna (I) Appel was taked part:
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1 Faithless movie Faithless 1932 as Mrs. Mandel, Second Landlady
2 Symphony of Six Million movie Symphony of Six Million 1932 as Hannah Klauber
3 Broken Hearts movie Broken Hearts 1926 as Shprintze
4 Green Fields movie Green Fields 1937 as Rochel - 'Rokhl'
5 The Heart of New York movie The Heart of New York 1932 as Mrs. Zelde Marantz
6 The Singing Blacksmith movie The Singing Blacksmith 1938 as Chaye-Peshe
7 Goodyear Television Playhouse movie Goodyear Television Playhouse 1951 as Mama
8 Kraft Television Theatre movie Kraft Television Theatre 1947 as Mom
9 Lux Video Theatre movie Lux Video Theatre 1950 as Frau Schmidt
10 Naked City movie Naked City 1958 as Mrs. Levinsky
There is the list of some articles of Anna (I) Appel:
  • "Variety" (USA), 27 November 1963, "Anna Appel"
  • "New York Times" (USA), 21 November 1963, pg. 39:3, "Anna Appel Dead; Yiddish Actress; Character Player Also Had Many Broadway Roles"
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