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File - Polish-born actress Ingrid Pitt is seen in this Dec. 19, 1968 b/w file photo.  Ingrid Pitt, who survived a Nazi concentration camp to become an acclaimed British movie actress, has died.  Dubbed "the first lady of English horror" by her fans, Pitt also dodged Communist police in Germany before moving to England to become one of the country's best-known fright film stars. She played in movies such as "Where Eagles Dare" and "The Wicker Man" along with a slew of camp horror classics. She was 73 years old.   (AP Photo/ File) EDITORIAL USE ONLY

File - Polish-born actress Ingrid Pitt is seen in this Dec. 19, 1968 b/w file photo. Ingrid Pitt, who survived a Nazi concentration camp to become an acclaimed British movie actress, has died. Dubbed "the first lady of English horror" by her fans, Pitt also dodged Communist police in Germany before moving to England to become one of the country's best-known fright film stars. She played in movies such as "Where Eagles Dare" and "The Wicker Man" along with a slew of camp horror classics. She was 73 years old. (AP Photo/ File) EDITORIAL USE ONLY

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