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La Jana

La Jana

German postcard by Ross Verlag, no. A 1910/2, 1937 - 1938. Photo: Atelier Schneider, Berlin/Tobis.

Sexy German dancer and film actress La Jana (1905-1940) was the most popular show girl of Berlin in the 1930’s. She appeared in 25 European films, often dancing in exotic costumes. In 1940, she suddenly died of pneumonia and pleurisy.

La Jana was born as Henriette Margarethe Hiebel in Mauer near Wien (Vienna), Austria-Hungary, in 1905. ‘Henny’ was the second and youngest daughter of heinrich and Anna Hiebel. Her older sister, Anny, was later trained as an opera singer. Her father was a gild master and the family moved to Frankfurt, when Henny was only two years. At the age of eight she already appeared in the children's ballet of the Frankfurt Opera. Henny completed a dance training at the Opera Ballet in Frankfurt and became a dancer in cabarets and revues. In Trude Hesterberg’s cabaret Die wilde Buhne (The Wild Stage) in 1921, she performs her own improvisations. In Paris, she met Geza von Cziffra, who, according to his autobiography, brought her to Berlin, director Friedrich Zelnik and the cinema. He writes: “"... And there I saw her dance for the first time: this woman had the most beautiful body I had seen in my life. The girl, that moved here up and down in the stage lights (...) was boyishly built: slim hips, almost only a hint of breasts. She was a simple, friendly, approachable girl but she had as much interest for sex as Immanuel Kant. " There are at least three different versions of the discovery of La Jana. According to contemporary sources, La Jana was discovered in cabaret Weinklause in Frankfurt by a nightclub owner from Paris, and later returned as a dancer to Berlin. Another report says that La Jana was hired overnight as a substitute for Claire Bauroff, the ill star of a Revue in Dresden and that she later also received offers from Berlin.However, in 1925 she made her first film appearance in Wege zu Kraft und Schonheit - Ein Film uber moderne Korperkultur/Ways to Strength and Beauty (1925, Nicholas Kaufmann, Wilhelm Prager). This film about the ‘modern body culture' was very much an artefact of the Naturist fad that swept Germany at the time. Friedrich Zelnik engaged her for his production company the Deutsche Film Union (Defu), and employed her in silent films like Der Biberpelz/The Beaver Fur (1928, Erich Schonfelder). She also appeared in international silent films such as the Danish-German production Die weisse Geisha/The White Geisha (1926, Valdemar Andersen, Karl Heiland), the Swedish production En perfekt gentleman/A Perfect Gentleman (1927, Vilhelm Bryde, Gosta Ekman) in which she costarred with Gosta Ekman and Hans Albers, and the French-German-Belgian production Therese Raquin/Shadows of Fear (1928, Jacques Feyder) based on the novel by Emile Zola. La Jana became engaged in 1926 to actor Ulrich Bettac. In that year, she still used her civil name Henny Hiebel and she moved to Berlin with her fiance. A few years later, this relationship was resolved.

La Jana danced in revues in Berlin, Stockholm (1933) and London (1934-1935) and she participated in the shows An und Aus (To and From) by Herman Haller, Casanova by Erik Charell and Die schone Helena (The beautiful Helen) by Max Reinhardt. In the revue Casanova La Jana was served half naked, on a silver platter to the audience. The reaction of the public was accordingly: La Jana was the talk of Berlin. In his autobiography Geza von Cziffra claims that La Jana had an affair with Kronprinz Wilhelm (Crown Prince William) but dismisses rumors about an affair between La Jana and Joseph Goebbels. The show Streamline by Charles B. Cochran led La Jana 1934 on a tour throughout England and Scotland. Upon her return to Germany in 1936, she made almost every year one or more films. The sound film had underlined her dancing in an optimal way with the audible music and she had had success with her appearance in Der Schlemihl/The Unlucky Devil (1931, Max Nosseck) as a dancer opposite Curt Bois. The circus drama Truxa (1937, Hans H. Zerlett) made La Jana in one stroke acquainted all over Germany. At IMDB Jan Onderwater writes about her performance: “La Jana, here in her first major part, cannot dance but she is not that bad an actress as she is reputed to have been; with her half naked body she is exotic and lovely to look at.”

La Jana traveled to India for the films Der Tiger von Eschnapur/The Tiger of Eschnapur (1938, Richard Eichberg) and Das indische Grabmal/The Indian Tomb (1938, Richard Eichberg), co-starring with Frits van Dongen (aka Philip Dorn) and Theo Lingen. Millions of people admired the exotic magic of the film and of La Jana. Filmportal.de analyzes: “although typifying the embodiment of the ‘non-ayran’ woman, which clearly contradicted the ideal vision of womanliness of the Dritten Reich, she became for this same very reason the ideal projection of all the various desires of the public.” Her next films

Pink Anthurium (Flamingo Flower)

Pink Anthurium (Flamingo Flower)

Anthurium is a large genus of about 600- 800 (possibly 1,000) species, belonging to the arum family (Araceae). Anthurium can also be called "Flamingo Flower" or "Boy Flower", both referring to the structure of the spathe and spadix.
The species has neotropical distribution; mostly in wet tropical mountain forest of Central America and South America, but some in semi-arid environments. Most species occur in Panama, Colombia, Brazil, the Guiana Shield and Ecuador.
Anthurium grows in many forms, mostly evergreen, bushy or climbing epiphytes with roots that can hang from the canopy all the way to the floor of the rain forest. There are also many terrestrial forms which are found as understory plants, as well as hemiepiphytic forms. A hemiepiphyte is a plant capable of beginning life as a seed and sending roots to the soil, or beginning as a terrestrial plant that climbs a tree and then sends roots back to the soil. They occur also as lithophytes. Some are only found in association with arboreal ant colonies or growing on rocks in midstream (such as Anthurium amnicola).
The stems are short to elongate with a length between 15 and 30 cm. The simple leaves come in many shapes; most leaves are to be found at the end of the stems, although terrestrial plants show less of this pachycaul tendency. Leaves may be spatulate, rounded, or obtuse at the apex. They may be borne erect or spreading in a rosette, with a length that may surpass 100 cm in some of the larger species (such as Anthurium angamarcanum). The upper surface of the leaf may be matte, semiglossy, or fully glossy, and the leaf texture may range from leathery to fragile and papery. The leaves are petiolate and possess a structure called the geniculum, which is unique to the genus Anthurium. The geniculum allows the plant to swivel its leaves towards the sun, much in the same manner as sunflowers. In drier environments, the leaves can form a bird's-nest shaped rosette that enables the plant to collect falling debris, and thus water and natural fertilizer. Terrestrial growers or epiphytes often have cordate leaves; others grow as vines with rosettes of lanceolate leaves, and still others have many-lobed leaves.

L'Anturio (Anthurium) e una pianta a fogliame decorativo della famiglia delle Araceae originaria dell'America equatoriale e sub-equatoriale, il genere Anthurium comprende diverse specie che devono essere coltivate esclusivamente in serra calda, alcune apprezzate come piante ornamentali per i fiori molto decorativi come l' Anthurium andraeanum e l' Anthurium scherzeranum con fiori (spesso utilizzati anche come fiori recisi) formati da una grande spata color rosso-lacca, salmone, bianco o rosa, uno spadice sottile ben eretto da cui originano i fiori. Le foglie sono grandi cordiformi o lanceolate, la fioritura dura da giugno a settembre.
Altre specie del genere sono coltivate per il fogliame decorativo dalle grandi dimensioni.
Il nome generico deriva dal greco anthos, "fiore", ed oura, "coda", alludendo allo spadice longilineo che caratterizza l'infiorescenza.
L'anturio esige ambienti caldo-umidi e luminosita intensa ma indiretta, terreno umido e leggero, concimazione liquida mensile nella bella stagione, annaffiature e nebulizzazioni frequenti, d'inverno le innaffiature vanno diradate. Pulire le foglie con un panno umido e non utilizzare lucidanti fogliari.
Ogni due anni in primavera si effettuera una rinvasatura utilizzando terriccio comune leggero ponendo sul fondo del vaso ciottoli o argilla espansa per il drenaggio idrico.

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