Eva-Ingeborg Scholz and Eva Kotthaus with Karl Heinz Herren and Dermot Breen

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Title

Eva-Ingeborg Scholz and Eva Kotthaus with Karl Heinz Herren and Dermot Breen

Subject

Cork Film Festival, Eva-Ingeborg Scholz, Eva Kotthaus

Description

This is a black and white photo of the German actors Eva-Ingeborg Scholz and Eva Kotthaus with Dermot Breen on the left and a guest identified as Karl Heinz Herren on the right. The small group are standing together engaged in animated conversation. Scholz is smiling broadly up at Breen who is looking towards her while Kotthaus is smoking a cigar which is raised towards her lips and holding a drink in her left hand. They are all dressed in formal wear with Scholz wearing a dark evening dress, trimmed with a white collar, and accessorised with dark satinised long gloves. Kotthaus is wearing an elaboratly designed light-coloured dress pulled in at the waist with dark-coloured laces.

Eva-Ingeborg Scholz (1928-) was a German film and television actor and her companion Eva Kotthaus (1932-), was also a German actor. Kotthaus has a filmography of small parts in a series of movies through the fifties and sixties. Around the time of this photo, marked 1958, Kotthaus would appear in A Farewell to Arms (Charles Vidor, 1957) and The Nun's Story (Fred Zinneman, 1959).

Creator

University College Cork, Cork Film Festival, RW Hammond

Source

Cork Film Festival Collection

Publisher

University College Cork

Date

1958

Contributor

RW Hammond

Rights

©RW Hammond. All rights reserved. Please credit Cork International Film Festival & provide a link back to this site.

Format

Photo
TIFF
JPEG

Language

English, eng

Coverage

1958
Cork, Ireland

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Photo

Physical Dimensions

213 x 167mm

Collection

Citation

University College Cork, Cork Film Festival, RW Hammond , “ Eva-Ingeborg Scholz and Eva Kotthaus with Karl Heinz Herren and Dermot Breen,” Cork International Film Festival Archive, accessed November 30, 2021, https://corkfilmfest.ucc.ie/items/show/163.