Erika Görner

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Erika Görner (born March 20, 1921 ) is a German actress , radio editor and voice actress .


Erika Görner played as a theater actress on Berlin stages such as the Volksbühne and was the head of the children's radio department at RIAS Berlin. As "Aunt Erika" she was also a regular guest in Fritz Genschow 's children's programs. As an actress, she played a leading role in Fritz Genschow's modern adaptation of Heinrich Hoffmann's Struwwelpeter (1955) and in Arthur Maria Rabenalt's DEFA comedy Chemistry and Love .

However, Erika Görner became known to a wide audience through her voice. As voice actress, she has loaned numerous internationally known fellow actresses such as Jean Arthur in Arizona , Paulette Goddard in An Ideal Husband , Carolyn Jones in The Seven Year Itch , Angela Lansbury in The Crimson Mask , Mala Powers in The City Under the Sea , Ruth Roman in The Eerie Window and Claire Trevor in Fist as Hard as Steel . She also spoke the "Drisella" in the Disney film Cinderella . In addition, Erika Görner wrote the dialogue book for the 1949 German version of the British film biography Katharina the Great from 1934 with Elisabeth Bergner in the title role.

Filmography (selection)

Radio plays

  • 1947: Claus Back : Das Lebenslicht / Das Bild - two audio scenes - with Axel Monjé (radio play - RIAS Berlin)
  • 1948: WM Doroschewitsch (Vlas Mihajlovič Doroševič, BM Дорошевич): The Wise One - with Herbert Wilk , Karl Matzner, Carl Heinz Carell and others, arrangement (word): Karl Metzner (short radio play - RIAS Berlin)

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Date of birth as stated in the personnel files of the Volksbühne Berlin of the Reichstheaterkammer (RThK / 2237), quoted from the information in the Federal Archives. Last accessed on May 24, 2017.
  2. ^ Herbert A. Frenzel , Hans Joachim Moser (ed.): Kürschner's biographical theater manual. Drama, opera, film, radio. Germany, Austria, Switzerland. De Gruyter, Berlin 1956, DNB 010075518 , p. 216.
  3. Sigrid Scherer et al. a .: Fairy tale worlds: the actor, director and producer Fritz Genschow , Deutsches Filmmuseum 2005, p. 56
  4. a b ARD audio game database. Retrieved June 20, 2020 .