Brigitte Helm stars as a sophisticated jewel thief who escapes to Spain with an expensive stolen necklace then gets involved with a naive advertising executive (Jean Gabin) who becomes her unsuspecting dupe.
Actor , 28 May 1884 – 4 Nov. 1972.
After graduating from Gymnasium, Johannes Meyer twice applied to the Royal Theatre School and twice was rejected. He had his debut in 1905 at Dagmarteatret, Copenhagen, in Dansen på Koldinghus, and went on to perform at nearly every theatre in Copenhagen. He was director of Fønixteatret and Nørrebros Teater before he was hired by the Royal Theatre in 1941, at age 57. There he had several triumphs, including as Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman, Phil Hogan in A Moon for the Misbegotten and Big Daddy in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.
Meyer was active in TV drama and, throughout his career, in radio drama, where he was frequently used as an announcer. In his later years, when stage work became difficult for him because of a knee injury, he got many radio jobs.
In 1953 Meyer acquired the concession to the Regina cinema in Århus, and in 1960 for Metropolteatret in Copenhagen.
Meyer made an early film debut in Revolutionsbryllup (1910… read more