Rosemarie Lindt

Rosemarie Lindt

  • Birthday: 1939-01-01
  • Place of birth: Düsseldorf, Germany
  • Also know as: Rosmarie Eindt

Biography

Rosemarie Lindt is a German actress and ballet dancer who was known to the wider audience for her appearances in Frau Wirtin series in the late 1960s and in Italian exploitation cinema of the 1970s. By 1963, Lindt and her boyfriend Jacques Herlin moved from Paris to Rome for Herlin's permanent employment at Cinecittà and Lindt soon found minor roles in cinema, starting with La ballata dei mariti (1963) and later Hercules the Invincible (1964). She became a regular with Herlin in Franz Antel's acclaimed series Frau Wirtin from 1967 to 1970. In the 1970s, Lindt had appeared in many Italian exploitation films including gialli, poliziotteschi and horror films before retiring from acting in 1979. Description above from the Wikipedia article Rosemarie Lindt, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Filmography

Emanuelle and Françoise

1975

As Emanuelle

Sex Is Not for Virgins

1970

As Christina Raunzinger

Marital Seduction

1974

As The wife

Canterbury proibito

1972

As Giustina (segment "Antona e Giustina")

Tales of Erotica

1973

As Betta (segment "The Miracle")

La cameriera

1974

As

The French Governess

1976

As Teresa

Sexy Susan Sins Again

1968

As Bertha

All Roads Lead to Man

1974

As La soubrette

Valerie Inside Outside

1972

As Young psychiatrist

Salon Kitty

1976

As Susan

House of Pleasure for Women

1976

As Moglie di Gualtiero

Hercules the Invincible

1964

As Slave Girl

Street People

1976

As Salvatore's girlfriend

Who Saw Her Die?

1972

As Gabriella

House of Pleasure

1969

As Bertha

Carnal Circuit

1969

As Patty

Heat in the Suburbs

1975

As ragazza veneta

The Ballad of Husbands

1963

As Autostopista

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