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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Woman At Her Window, A (1976) as Von Pahlen
2.
Baby Sitter - Un maledetto pasticcio (1975) as Cyrus Franklin
3.
Callan (1974)
David Callan, top agent/assassin for the S.I.S., was forced to retired because he had lost his nerve. Now, Callan is called back into service to handle the assassination of Schneider, a German businessman. His former boss promises Callan that he'll be returned to active status if he follows orders, but as always Callan refuses to act until he knows why Schneider has been marked for death. This film is a remake of the same story presented in "A Magnum for Schneider."
4.
The Kitchen (1961) as Peter
5.
It Takes a Thief (1961) as Kristy
Billie and Kristy lead a gang of armed robbers who steal from banks, armoured cars, and the like. When Billie's lover, Jim, gets caught by the police after stashing a large amount of money, they wait for him to get out of jail. He does and has to deal with both the police and his ex-gang as they both need him to get what they want. Things become more complicated when Kristy kidnaps Jim's son and threatens to kill him if Jim doesn't come up with the buried loot.
6.
Sink the Bismarck! (1960) as Captain Lindemann
Chronicles the breakout of the Bismark during the early days of World War Two. Seen both from the point of view of the many naval vessels on both sides and from the central headquarters of the British where the search for the super battleship was controlled.
7.
The Key (1958) as
The key to a woman's apartment may hold bad luck for her lovers.
8.
Behind The Mask (1958) as Dr Carl Romek
The rivalry between two surgeons threatens their patients.
9.
The Camp on Blood Island (1958) as "Dutch" [Piet Van Elst]
Prisioners trapped by the Japanese invasion in a sadistic camp stage a revolt.
10.
He Who Must Die (1957) as Lukas
Greece, in the 1920's, is occupied by the Turks. The country is in turmoil with entire villages uprooted. The site of the movie is a Greek village that conducts a passion play each year. The leading citizens of the town, under the auspices of the Patriarch, choose those that will play the parts in the Passion. A stuttering shepherd is chosen to play Jesus. The town butcher (who wanted to be Jesus) is chosen as Judas. The town prostitute is chosen as Mary Magdalene. The rest of the disciples are also chosen. As the movie unfolds, the Passion Play becomes a reality. A group of villagers, uprooted by the war and impoverished, arrive at the village led by their priest. The wealthier citizens of the town want nothing with these people and manipulate a massacre. In the context of the 1920's each of the characters plays out their biblical role in actuality.
11.
Rififi (1954) as Jo--Le Suedois (Joe--The Swede)
Four friends plot an intricate jewelry heist, planning for everything except human frailty.
12.
Last Bridge, The (1954) as Sergeant Martin Berger
A German doctor is captured by Yugoslav partisans during WWII and is forced to help their injured. While at first resistant and uncooperative, she comes to realize that there is no difference between a suffering German and a suffering Yugoslav.

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