Beautiful German starlet Dagmar Hank (1944) appeared in some films and TV series of the early 1960’s, mostly in supporting parts.
German postcard by ISV, Sort. 12/6. Photo: E. Schneider.
Very Light Entertainment
Dagmar Hank was born in Germany in 1944. As a teenager, she began her screen career in a 1958 episode of the long running German TV series Sie schreiben mit/You write with (1958–1970). In the early 1960’s she had supporting parts in very light entertainment films as the comedy Die Post geht ab/The post goes out (1962, Helmuth M. Backhaus) starring Vivi Bach, Wochentags immer/Weekdays always (1963, Michael Burk) and Zwei blaue Vergissmeinnicht/Carnation Frank (1963, Helmuth M. Backhaus) starring Schlager idol Rex Gildo. Hank also had a small role in the interesting Erich Kästner adaptation Liebe will gelernt sein/Love must be learned (1963, Kurt Hoffmann) starring Martin Held and Barbara Rütting. She had a recurring role in the popular TV series Der Nachtkurier meldet.../The Evening Courier reports ... (1964–1965). Her last parts were in the TV films Dr. Murkes gesammelte Nachrufe/Dr. Murkes collected obituaries (1965, Rolf Hädrich) with Dieter Hildebrandt and Dieter Borsche, and Vor Nachbarn wird gewarnt/Is warned by neighbors (1965, Paul Verhoeven), a crime comedy with Ernst Stankovski. We could not find further information about Dagmar Hank at the internet. Do you have more information?
Kitschy scene with a schlager sung by Vivi Bach from Die Post geht ab/The post goes out (1962). Source: 240EHG (YouTube).
Another kitsch scene with another schlager sung by Rex Gildo from Zwei blaue Vergissmeinnicht/Carnation Frank (1963). Source: Fritz51203 (YouTube).
Leader of Liebe will gelernt sein/Love must be learned (1963). Design: Bele Bachem. Source: Filmkunstgrafik (YouTube).