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Karin Dor (born February 22, 1938, Wiesbaden, Germany) is a German actress who became popular in the 1960s playing heroines in Edgar Wallace and Karl May movies. She starred in the James Bond movie You Only Live Twice and the Alfred Hitchcock movie Topaz.
Dor was born as Kätherose Derr. She was married to George Robotham, a U.S. stunt-director, from 1988 until his death in 2007. The couple lived in Los Angeles and Munich. Her previous marriage was to Harald Reinl (1954–68); she had a child by that marriage.
In 2008 she was back on stage again in Munich in Man lebt nur dreimal ("You Only Live Thrice")
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|Im weissen Rössl||Brigitte Giesecke||1960|
|Edgar Wallace: Der Fälscher von London||Jane Clifton||1961|
|Im schwarzen Rössl||Eva Lantz||1961|
|The Carpet of Horror||1962|
|Last of the Renegades||Ribanna||1964|
|Hotel der toten Gäste||Gilly Powell||1965|
|You Only Live Twice||Helga Brandt||1967|
|The Torture Chamber of Dr. Sadism||Baroness Lilian von Brabant||1967|
|Topaz||Juanita de Cordoba||1969|