(dpa files) - German actor Klaus Kinski and Austrian-born actress Romy Schneider in a movie scene of 'L'Important c'est d'aimer' ('The Main Thing Is to Love'), 1974. Schneider became famous at the age of 17 in the title of role of the trilogy 'Sissi' in the 1950s. Later she starred in films such as 'La piscine' ('The Swimmingpool'/'The Sinners', 1969) and 'Garde a vue' ('Under Suspicion', 1981). Kinski, an 'enfant terrible' of the film industry, starred in such films as 'Fitzcarraldo' and 'Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht' ('Nosferatu the Vampire').

(dpa files) - German actor Klaus Kinski and Austrian-born actress Romy Schneider in a movie scene of 'L'Important c'est d'aimer' ('The Main Thing Is to Love'), 1974. Schneider became famous at the age of 17 in the title of role of the trilogy 'Sissi' in the 1950s. Later she starred in films such as 'La piscine' ('The Swimmingpool'/'The Sinners', 1969) and 'Garde a vue' ('Under Suspicion', 1981). Kinski, an 'enfant terrible' of the film industry, starred in such films as 'Fitzcarraldo' and 'Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht' ('Nosferatu the Vampire'). Stock Photo
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(dpa files) - German actor Klaus Kinski and Austrian-born actress Romy Schneider in a movie scene of 'L'Important c'est d'aimer' ('The Main Thing Is to Love'), 1974. Schneider became famous at the age of 17 in the title of role of the trilogy 'Sissi' in the 1950s. Later she starred in films such as 'La piscine' ('The Swimmingpool'/'The Sinners', 1969) and 'Garde a vue' ('Under Suspicion', 1981). Kinski, an 'enfant terrible' of the film industry, starred in such films as 'Fitzcarraldo' and 'Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht' ('Nosferatu the Vampire').