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.
- 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)
- Erika Goerner in the Internet Movie Database (English)
- Erika Görner in the Arne Kauls synchronous database
- 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.
- Herbert A. Frenzel , Hans Joachim Moser (ed.): Kürschner's biographical theater manual. Drama, opera, film, radio. Germany, Austria, Switzerland. De Gruyter, Berlin 1956, , p. 216.
- Sigrid Scherer et al. a .: Fairy tale worlds: the actor, director and producer Fritz Genschow , Deutsches Filmmuseum 2005, p. 56
- ARD audio game database. Retrieved June 20, 2020 .
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German actress, radio editor and voice actress|
|DATE OF BIRTH||March 20, 1921|