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Also Known As: Died: July 24, 1960
Born: September 22, 1892 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Hamburg, DE Profession: actor

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Silent leading man who began in films around 1910 and kept busy until shortly before his death half a century later, moving successfully into middle-aged roles and occasional supporting parts after the coming of sound. Albers played the title roles of such films as "Peer Gynt" (1934) and "Baron Muenchhausen" (1943) but is probably best remembered as Mazeppa in Joseph von Sternberg's memorable first melodrama with Marlene Dietrich, "The Blue Angel" (1930).

Silent leading man who began in films around 1910 and kept busy until shortly before his death half a century later, moving successfully into middle-aged roles and occasional supporting parts after the coming of sound. Albers played the title roles of such films as "Peer Gynt" (1934) and "Baron Muenchhausen" (1943) but is probably best remembered as Mazeppa in Joseph von Sternberg's memorable first melodrama with Marlene Dietrich, "The Blue Angel" (1930).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Munchhausen (1943) Baron Muenchhausen
2.
 Peer Gynt (1934) Peer Gynt
3.
 Gold (1934)
4.
 The Blue Angel (1930) Mazeppa
5.
 Asphalt (1929)
8.
 Guillotine (1924)
9.
 Komodianten (1912)
10.
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1910:
First film appearances (date approximate)
:
Wounded in WWI
1926:
Acted with Max Reinhardt's Deutsches Theater

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