Lesbian idol. Meine idol.

Lesbian idol. Meine idol.


This Tumblr blog dedicated to an amazing German and Hollywood actress Dorothea Wieck (January 3, 1908 Davos, Switzerland – February 19, 1986 West Berlin, Germany) and all things from "Mädchen in Uniform", 1931.

Christa Winsloe's Museum (site)

She's mostly known as a beautiful loyal teacher Fräulein Elisabeth von Bernburg in first lesbian film "Mädchen in Uniform", 1931.

Dorothea was born in Switzerland in a family of artists, musicians and actors. She spent her childhood in Sweden. She moved in Germany at the age 12 and learnt dances. She played in more than 50 films, worked in many German theatres.

In 1973 Dorothea Wieck received the Film Ribbon in Gold of the Deutscher Filmpreis for long and outstanding achievements in German film.

Dorothea died many years ago, but she is alive for all of us.

Each lesbian wants to be Manuela von Meinhardis (and dreams to receive an amazing kiss) because of Dorothea Wieck, but it is impossible.

The blog run by a lesbian fan (luck-13) but belongs to Dorothea Wieck.

Wir lieben dich, Dorohea Wieck.

Download films (updated April 9, 2016)

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!NEW Behind the Scenes of Mädchen in Uniform (rare photos with actresses during the filming).

Feel free to ask questions.

The Child Manuela PDF & Das Mädchen Manuela by Christa Winsloe: Mädchen in Uniform book version

The Child Manuela PDF & Das Mädchen Manuela by Christa Winsloe: Mädchen in Uniform book version

https://drive.google. com/file/d/1B0qiL4KNUktEV_akaxqjGorUEydqFI_w/view?usp=sharing (delete space to access; otherwise Tumblr will make money from the redirect.)

Note: the file was found via Google as a free share, so it’s not my version.

Translation is sentence-by-sentence, but not exactly the same (e.g. words changed/added), so it’s better to read together with the original Das Mädchen Manuela https://www.projekt-gutenberg .org/winsloe/uniform/uniform.html (Delete space too.)

(Just use Google translate or something to have an idea of the much less distorted result in most of cases (distortion during translation.))

Hollywood, July 1933

Dorothea Wieck: beautiful and capable.

Dorothea Wieck in Hollywood & her personality (Anna und Elisabeth is here too.)

Dorothea Wieck & Cradle Song

Dorothea Wieck was not related to Hitler-someting definitely.

Only later, to protect some relatives who were Jewish she had to agree to the invitation by Hitler, and she played in a Nazi film for the same reason. (It was unsuccessful, but she HELPED some people to avoid horror of Nazi party, so important results anyway.)

DW said that husband was film critic, but I’ve just read on Wikipedia that he was a journalist. (No memories from many years ago; except that he wrote at least one book.)

Anyway, I’m very glad the marriage ended in a divorce. (13.9.1932–?.1935)

AU: imagine Jewish actress and director Nina Moise (co-director of Cradle Song; DW’s voice couch/admirer/and as if real girlfriend), I AM Jewish. Whichever accusations are against Dorothea Wieck, I oppose all of them  She’s a wonderful person who would never fo anything with Nazis. (If they were near each other, she would try not to hold DW’s hand, or rather try to not let DW hold her hand. Of course, she wouldn’t as marriage was a mask to hide real sexual orientation.)

I’m Jewish too (only half, but identify as Jewish.) This is why part of the comment above.

Dorothea Wieck: Cradle Song poster with comments (film & DW)

Best photo (a postcard \ because facing a viewer) with Dorothea Wieck in this film is HERE.

Dorothea Wieck als Fürstin Than im Der Froschkönig, 1954

Re: “How I love to see her in this role (bad fairy / witch) // Dorothea McGonagall <3" 

Ja, there might be some gifs. The hint resulted into the post.

Für dich ;)

Minerva McGonagall is a good witch, so we can imagine AU where this princess was angry to one of two men for something horrible and turned him into a frog (gif four, but no close-up.)

Sizes (width of two gifs in each line): 320 px, 255 px, 300 px (maybe except lone 2, real size is bigger in desktop browser, so click at each gif to see full size.)

Someone will remember us in another time.

— Poet, lesbian Sappho from island Lesbos, Ancient Greece

(Accidentally, double similarity with DW in Mädchen in Uniform.)

Dorothea Wieck: Miss Congeniality

(I’ve never watched the film, but the title came to mind at once.)

Attention: this note is accidentally chosen very funny fund (below is why.)

[About 2 last lines.] No, DW couldn’t be “veddy” much in love with Ernst von der Decken (husband) even right after the wedding. She ran away for seven days. (It’s easy to guess that bed-sharing was a fright, so it was the easiest way to avoid it.) By the way, which Berlin factory produced that brand new husband (6 months between wedding (9.13.1932*) and arrival in New York?

*Oh, 2 days ago it was 90 years of DW’s wedding AND it’s also birthday of Clara Shumann–Wieck.

I’d rather think DW was “veddy” much in love with her pet dog than with husband who was away in Berlin (except a visit once.) It’s easier to imagine DW as “veddy” much in love with Nina Moise than with any man, husband or not.

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