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Richard Munch was widely known for his acting on the big screen. Munch started off his career in film with roles in the Peter Lorre thriller "Der Verlorene" (1951), "The Miracle of Malachias" (1961) and "The Longest Day" (1962) with Eddie Albert. He went on to act in the dramatic adaptation "The Visit" (1964) with Ingrid Bergman, "The Train" (1965) with Burt Lancaster and "The Bridge at Remagen" (1969). He also appeared in "Der Durchdreher" (1978), the Gene Hackman suspenseful mystery "Target" (1985) and the Michael Caine spy thriller "The Holcroft Covenant" (1985). Later in his career, Munch appeared in "Of Pure Blood" (CBS, 1986-87).

Richard Munch was widely known for his acting on the big screen. Munch started off his career in film with roles in the Peter Lorre thriller "Der Verlorene" (1951), "The Miracle of Malachias" (1961) and "The Longest Day" (1962) with Eddie Albert. He went on to act in the dramatic adaptation "The Visit" (1964) with Ingrid Bergman, "The Train" (1965) with Burt Lancaster and "The Bridge at Remagen" (1969). He also appeared in "Der Durchdreher" (1978), the Gene Hackman suspenseful mystery "Target" (1985) and the Michael Caine spy thriller "The Holcroft Covenant" (1985). Later in his career, Munch appeared in "Of Pure Blood" (CBS, 1986-87).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Of Pure Blood (1986) Dr Gregor Bamberg
2.
 Target (1985) Colonel
3.
 Holcroft Covenant, The (1985) Oberst
4.
 Durchdreher, Der (1978)
5.
 The Bridge at Remagen (1969) Field Marshal von Sturmer
6.
 The Train (1965) Von Lubitz
7.
 The Longest Day (1962) General Marcks
8.
 Miracle of Malachias, The (1961) Dr Erwin Glass
9.
 Der Verlorene (1951) 1st Detective
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