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Also Known As: Oskar Homolka Died: January 27, 1978
Born: August 12, 1898 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Austria Profession: actor

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Austrian actor whose broad "Brezhnevite" features and Slavic accent were exploited in both comic and villainous roles after he settled in the US in 1936. Memorable as the crusty uncle in "I Remember Mama" (1948).

Austrian actor whose broad "Brezhnevite" features and Slavic accent were exploited in both comic and villainous roles after he settled in the US in 1936. Memorable as the crusty uncle in "I Remember Mama" (1948).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 One of Our Own (1975) Dr Helmut Von Schulthers
2.
 Tamarind Seed, The (1974) General Golitsyn
3.
 The Executioner (1970) Racovsky
4.
 Song of Norway (1970) Engstrand
5.
 Assignment To Kill (1969) Inspector Ruff
6.
 The Madwoman of Chaillot (1969) The Commissar
7.
 The Happening (1967) Sam
8.
 Billion Dollar Brain (1967) Colonel Stock
9.
 Funeral in Berlin (1966) Colonel Stok
10.
 Joy in the Morning (1965) Stan Pulaski
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Milestones close milestones

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Began appearing in German films in the late 1920s
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Moved to England
1935:
First English-language feature, "Rhodes of Africa"
1937:
First US film, "Ebb Tide"
1936:
Moved to US
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Returned to England in the mid-60s
1974:
Last film, "The Tamarind Seed"
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Education

Royal Dramatic Academy: -

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