Salka Viertel
American screenwriter
Salka Viertel
Salka Viertel was an actress and screenwriter. The pianist and composer Eduard Steuermann was her brother. Mrs. Viertel was born Salomea Steuermann in Sambor, a city then in the province of Galicia, which was a part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, but today is in western Ukraine.
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Viertel, Salka: Das unbelehrbare Herz - Wiener Zeitung
Google News - over 5 years
Erst Ende 1953 kehrt Salka Viertel nach Europa zurück. Sie stirbt 1978 in Klosters, in der Schweiz. Ihre in den USA bereits Ende der 1960er Jahre erschienenen Memoiren liegen nun in deutscher Übersetzung vor. Salka Viertels Zeit in den Vereinigten
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Ein Genie der Freundschaft - Salka Viertel: "Das unbelehrbare Herz ... - Deutschlandradio
Google News - over 5 years
Die Schauspielerin Salka Viertel war in der Weimarer Republik einem größeren Bühnenpublikum bekannt und suchte ihr Glück in den 1930er Jahren in Kalifornien. Dort war sie mit zahlreichen Emigranten aus Deutschland befreundet, die sie in ihrem
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Aufregendes Zeitdokument in purpurnem Samt - Salka Viertel: "Das unbelehrbare ... - Deutschlandfunk
Google News - almost 6 years
Von Shirin Sojitrawalla Äußerlich sind die Memoiren der Schauspielerin Salka Viertel ein wirklicher Augenschmaus und ein Handschmeichler. Innen bündelt das "Das unbelehrbare Herz" die Erinnerungen einer außergewöhnlichen Frau, die ein ebensolches Leben
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CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK; Women Who Conquered Europe With Their Wit
NYTimes - almost 12 years
''Hail to the most marvelous and witty woman in Vienna,'' exclaimed the waltz king, Johann Strauss, one day, falling to his knees before the subject of his admiration. Her name was Berta Zuckerkandl, an art critic and champion of Viennese modernism, a name whose obscurity today contrasts sharply with the enduring fame of many who gathered around
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SUMMER FESTIVALS: THEATER; A Plague On All Your Pies
NYTimes - almost 13 years
Alabama ALABAMA SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL -- Montgomery, through June 27. Anyone who loves the theatrical life, and perhaps anyone who has no life, might want to be in Montgomery June 18 to 20. That's when this festival offers a package it calls ''Extreme Weekend'': all six repertory shows in three days. Imagine the headful of identity issues, paranoia,
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An American in Paris (and Elsewhere)
NYTimes - over 13 years
THE MEMORY OF ALL THAT Love and Politics in New York, Hollywood, and Paris. By Betsy Blair. Illustrated. 341 pp. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. $25. TO work in the movies and to live in Hollywood (which spiritually, if not geographically, also includes Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Brentwood, Venice, Santa Monica, Malibu, Burbank and the Valley)
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BOOKS OF THE TIMES; Memories of a Hollywood Leftist Who Managed to Survive the Blacklist
NYTimes - almost 14 years
THE MEMORY OF ALL THAT Love and Politics in New York, Hollywood and Paris By Betsy Blair Illustrated. 341 pages. Alfred A. Knopf. $25. When asked to cite the worst time in his professional life, the famously cryptic director Michelangelo Antonioni answered, ''The first two hours I spent with Betsy Blair.'' It seems that Ms. Blair, cast in a small
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Closet Hollywood
NYTimes - about 16 years
THE GIRLS Sappho Goes to Hollywood. By Diana McLellan. Illustrated. 440 pp. New York: LA Weekly Books/St. Martin's Press. $26.95. Greta Garbo, the most private of all the great stars, called her lesbian love affairs ''exciting secrets.'' Marlene Dietrich, Garbo's bete noire and a world-class extrovert, called a group of Hollywood women her Sewing
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Letters Push Garbo Slightly Into View
NYTimes - almost 17 years
For close to 40 years film scholars and biographers of Greta Garbo have waited for the day when 55 letters and 32 cards and telegrams that the actress wrote to Mercedes de Acosta, a playwright, screen writer and poet, would be unsealed at Philadelphia's Rosenbach Museum & Library. Garbo fans hoped that the letters would finally reveal truths at the
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Mann and Super Mann
NYTimes - almost 19 years
LETTERS OF HEINRICH AND THOMAS MANN, 1900-1949 Edited by Hans Wysling. Translated by Don Reneau, with additional translations by Richard Winston and Clara Winston. Foreword by Anthony Heilbut. Illustrated. 444 pp. Berkeley: University of California Press. $50. There are several ways for correspondences to capture interest: if the epistolarians
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Critic's Notebook; Garbo's Grittier 'Anna Christie'
NYTimes - over 23 years
WHEN Garbo talked in the 1930 Hollywood version of "Anna Christie," she had to speak not only English but also the language of Eugene O'Neill. Fighting her way through the "Py gollys" and "Now, me old buckos" of the 1922 play (which gives Anna a Swedish father and an Irish suitor), Garbo struggled visibly to match the expansiveness of the material.
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Books of The Times; Name-Dropping and Star-Gazing Among the Best
NYTimes - over 24 years
Dangerous Friends At Large With Huston and Hemingway in the 50's By Peter Viertel 406 pages. Doubleday. $24.50. "We had great fun in Spain that year and we traveled and wrote and Hemingway took me tuna fishing and I caught four cans," Woody Allen wrote in "A Twenties Memory," his satirical version of a star-struck literary memoir. The tone of that
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