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Anton Walbrook

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Also Known As: Died: August 9, 1967
Born: November 19, 1900 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: Austria Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

Vienna Waltzes (1961) as Johann Strauss
I Accuse! (1958) as Major [Ferdinand] Esterhazy
True story of writer Emile Zola''''s defense of Alfred Dreyfus, a Jewish army officer framed by anti-Semites.
Saint Joan (1957) as Cauchon, Bishop of Beauvais
A French peasant girl follows the advice of angels to lead her country against British invaders.
Oh... Rosalinda! (1955) as Dr Falke--The Fledermaus
"Die Fledermaus" (The Bat) is the pseudonym adopted by Dr Falke. Floating on the buoyant waltzes of Strauss, this Viennese romp is sure to please. Disguises, tricks and every kind of deception combine to reveal a would-be cheat in hot pursuit of his own wife, much to his chagrin. Silly, charming, always entertaining, always fun. This is a film version of "Die Fledermaus" set in post-war Vienna with the main protagonists of Dr Falke represented by the 3 occupying powers. This is NOT just a film of a staged production but a truly filmic version of the operetta.
Lola Montes (1955) as King Of Bavaria
When she''s reduced to appearing in a circus, a notorious beauty thinks back on her past loves.
Le Plaisir (1952) as Voice Of Demaupassant (German Version)
Three stories explore the intersection of pleasure, purity and sex.
La Ronde (1950)
A series of inter-related affairs link lovers from all levels of society.
The Red Shoes (1948) as Lermontov
A young ballerina is torn between her art and her romance with a young composer.
Queen of Spades, The (1948) as Herman
An elderly countess strikes a bargain with the devil and exchanges her soul for the ability to always win at cards. An army officer, who is also a fanatic about cards, murders her for the secret, then finds himself haunted by the woman's spirit.
The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943)
An aging military man looks back on the loves and friends who shaped his life.
Suicide Squadron (1942) as Stefan Radetzky
A Polish flyer struggles to regain his memory so he can return to the fight against the Nazis.
49th Parallel (1941) as Peter
The crew of a stranded German U-boat tries to evade capture in Canada during World War II.
Gaslight (1940) as Paul Mallen
A turn-of-the-century bride moves into the house where her aunt was murdered and begins to fear she''''s going mad.
Queen of Destiny (1940) as Prince Albert
The Rat (1938) as Jean Boucheron, also known as "The Rat"
Victoria the Great (1937) as Prince Consort, Albert
The Soldier and the Lady (1937) as Michael Strogoff
A Russian courier struggles to deliver a message to the troops fighting Tartar invaders.
Maskerade (1934)
Vienna 1905: After a carnival party the famous painter Heidenick draws his otherwise engaged girlfriend Anita Helfer with very few clothes on, only blurs her face. The image makes it into the newspaper the next day - but since he can't tell the model's name without offending her influential fiancée, he comes up with the fictional name Leopoldine Dur. Unfortunately there is a secretary with that name, who now gets into the focus of high society - and into Heidenick's, much to Anita's anger.

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