About Corinna Mura
Corinna Mura (born Corinna Wall; c. 1909 – 1 August 1965) was a cabaret singer and diseuse. She had a small role in the classic film Casablanca as the woman playing the guitar while singing "La Marseillaise" at Rick's Café Américain.
As a child she was trained by her parents to become a coloratura soprano. She sang three times for President Franklin D. Roosevelt. In 1944, Mura appeared in Cole Porter's hit Broadway musical Mexican Hayride, and can be heard in two numbers on the Decca original-cast album. She was stepmother to author/illustrator Edward Gorey.
She died in Mexico City in 1965 from cancer.
Call Out the Marines (1942)
Prisoner of Japan (1942)
Passage to Marseille (1944)
The Helen Morgan Story (1957)