How tall is Christiane Schmidtmer

Christiane Schmidtmer's Height

5ft 6 (167.6 cm)

German model and actress, best remembered for appearing in films such as Boeing Boeing, The Giant Spider Invasion, Ship of Fools, Scream, Pretty Peggy and The Big Doll House. In a 1965 news article, it mentioned "Vital statistics report Christiane as [being] 5 feet 6 inches, 42 [Bust], 26 [Waist], 38 [Hips]"

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Average Guess (7 Votes)
5ft 5.54in (166.5cm)
MSJC said on 31/Aug/17
@ Sandy Cowell - If you go on Wikipedia and read the article it is very spooky about what happened to all the people in that very short clip.
MSJC said on 30/Aug/17
Pretty impressive eh @ Arch Stanton ;-)
Sandy Cowell said on 30/Aug/17
@ MSJC - How thoughtful of you to go to such trouble! I've written it (Youtube Roundhay Garden Scene - see! I know it by heart!) on my pill packet so that I don't lose it!)
Pause for thought: can you imagine how amazing it must be to be a relative of one of these old film's actors or actresses and being able to see a family member of yours prancing around while still young and vital? Wouldn't it be wonderful, and I'll certainly be keeping that thought in mind when I watch the clip!
Thanks once again, MSJC - I'll let you know what I think! 😄
Arch Stanton said on 27/Aug/17
I've seen it, took a long time to see the whole movie but got there. ;-) 1888 :-)
MSJC said on 26/Aug/17
@ Sandy Cowell - Type into Youtube Roundhay Garden Scene ;)
Sepanta said on 26/Aug/17
I have no comment for her height. I just wanted to say she looks like Elizabeth Montgomery in Bewitched.
Sandy Cowell said on 25/Aug/17
@ Arch - I see! I have never, ever set eyes on a film from the 1890's to early 1900's! I can't see films like that being widely available, but I'd feel quite priveleged to get my mitts on films from that era, I can tell you!
The films and actors of which you speak have clearly entranced you! I take it quite for granted that you recommend them!
Arch Stanton said on 25/Aug/17
Classic, as the best period in films, as opposed to just "old" :-)
Arch Stanton said on 25/Aug/17
Sandy Cowell said on 25/Aug/17
@ Arch Stanton - Good Heavens Arch! I couldn't agree with you more that 1965 doesn't quality as the classic period! That would really make me older than I feel! I can also see where you're coming from saying that the classic period is anything pre-1935

Nup, not arguing that only pre 1935 is "classic", I'm arguing that I only think of films before then as really old given that I've seen films from the 1890s and 1900s!! The "classic" period for me is 1927 to around 1973, so I do think of a 1965 film as classic era, but don't think of it as "old", that was more my point.
Sandy Cowell said on 25/Aug/17
@ Arch Stanton - Good Heavens Arch! I couldn't agree with you more that 1965 doesn't quality as the classic period! That would really make me older than I feel! I can also see where you're coming from saying that the classic period is anything pre-1935, but then when I look at films from 1935-1945, then surely there should be a term for the movies of that era, being as they look and sound so dated, then yet another term for those 1945-1960.
One thing I prefer no end about films from that era is hearing how they used to speak and their choice of language. Their manners were infinitely better those days as well. It's all gone badly downhill, and if that makes me sound like a boring old fart then so be it!
Arch Stanton said on 23/Aug/17
For me 1965 isn't classic period, it's normal LOL. I only think of pre 1935 as old!
Arch Stanton said on 23/Aug/17
Haha Sandy. Well I've certainly been responsible for dozens of entries from the classic period, just doing my part as there will be quite a few notable missing ones which have been forgotten. Well Janis Carter wasn't me! I've seen most of the films mentioned but for some reason it's not a name which rings a bell!
Sandy Cowell said on 23/Aug/17
It seems that quite a few German model girls take to acting and here we have another one! I wonder whether the 'Scream' film is the Neve Campbell version or perhaps an earlier film by the same name. All the other films listed above seem very much to be the sort of 'dated' films, or 'classic' films that appear on this website courtesy of Arch Stanton, and low and behold, I see that Christiane is one of his sponsors! 👍
I would like to put forward 5ft6 for this pretty blonde, blue-eyed actress!
Arch Stanton said on 23/Aug/17
Ah cool, did you watch Boeing Boeing or something yourself Rob? I watched it after learning about Jerry's death. Good fun but Tony Curtis's character a bit tedious and predictable.
Editor Rob: Christiane I think could look close to 5ft 6, Suzanna shorter than 5ft 6 (which from the Spotlight directory is her own claim).
ottman said on 22/Aug/17
forget her height for a second... she is finnneeee

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