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Yenilenen Site ve forum yapısı, sürekli geliştirilen portal ve altyazı veritabanı, kullanıcıların katılımı ile her geçen gün büyüyor. Chemiker 1949 as Hans Lieven 1948 as Hans Leitner 1945 as Frank Witte 1944 as Ferdinand Hofer 1944 as Robert Wieland 1943 as Fritz Hablützel 1943 as Willibald Mack 1942 as Herr Milander 1942 as Franz Rainer 1940 as Wilhelm 1939 as Imre von Hontos, Maria Ilonas Bruder 1939 1938 as Reinhold Wipf. In some Hollywood films he used the name Paul Christian. During the 1980's he scaled down his workload, confining himself to guesting in made-for-television movies and series. The role opened the doors for the tall 1. Siz üyelerimizden gelen görüş ve eleştirilerle sistemi maksimum fayda sağlayacak şekilde dizayn etmeye devam ediyoruz, edeceğiz.

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Andreas Gollhofer 1964 as Alain Compton 1964 as Commarro 1964 as Botschafter Eliot Anderson 1964 1964 as Werner Homfeld 1963 as Diplomat 1963 as Tony Burger 1962 as Martin Bohlen 1962 as Jack Lambert, Filmstar 1961 as Götz Renner 1961 as Raymond Brinton 1960 as Johnny Zamaris 1960 as Alfred Schott 1960 as Harald Berger as Paul Christian 1960 as Major von Tellheim 1959 as Charlie Castle 1959 as Robert Orban 1959 as Herr Häggeli 1959 as Karl Brandtstetter 1959 1959 as Ingenieur Harald Berger 1959 as Harald Berger 1958 as John McLaren 1958 as Alfred Franconi 1958 as Roberto Costa 1958 as Robert Florian 1957 as Dr. Some were outright stinkers, like No Time for Flowers 1952 , which veered uneasily between silly comedy and fruity melodrama. He trained for an acting career at the Max Reinhardt Seminar of Dramatic Art in Vienna and first appeared on stage at the Vienna Volkstheater in 1937. He appeared in dozens of films and some television series between 1938 and 1991: many were German productions and some were produced abroad. Having almost no perceptible trace of an accent, he fitted right into the role of 'Paul Christian', the stage name which was assigned to him for the handful of films he made in tinseltown. His motion picture debut took place the following year.

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He retired from acting in 1992 and died nine years later in Berlin at the age of 84 of a pulmonary embolism. Paul had aged remarkably well and was able to carry off his romantic leading man image into the 1960's. After a stint with the Deutsches Theater in Berlin, he slipped effortlessly into a succession of romantic leads opposite established stars such as Luise Ullrich Der Fall Rainer 1942 and Hilde Krahl Meine Freundin Josefine 1942. His presence in German films during the Nazi period though mostly in light entertainments without significant political content did not prove detrimental to his spell in Hollywood, which began with a seven-year contract in 1948. He appeared as Henry Higgins in a production of My Fair Lady. He was cast as the titular hero in the patriotic Swiss production Füsilier Wipf 1938 , which was directed by that nation's pre-eminent film maker of the time, Leopold Lindtberg.

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In 1980, he was awarded the German Filmband in Gold. . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Best of the bunch was the cult sci-fi The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms 1953 , which started the cycle of giant monster films in the 1950's and featured the work of renowned special effects expert Ray Harryhausen. Jean Berner 1957 as Alexander Haupt 1957 as Georg 1956 as Paul Heiden 1956 as Georg Lindberg 1956 as Stefan 1956 as Conrad Hegner 1955 as von Brunner 1955 as John de la Croix 1955 as Robert - Journalist 1954 as Robert Langen 1954 as Justus Schneemann 1954 as Franz Liszt 1953 as Raymond Montandon, Kunstmaler 1953 as Bölsterli 1953 as Robert Ellin 1953 as Professor Tom Nesbitt 1953 as Armando Cellini 1952 1952 as Fredy 1951 as himself 1950 as Alfiere Lorenzo Contarini 1949 as Premierleutnant Hofstede 1949 as Hassan as Paul Christian 1949 as Jo, ein amerikanischer Soldat 1949 as Dr. Paul Hubschmid 20 July 1917 — 31 December 2001 was a Swiss actor. Since no better parts were forthcoming, Paul dissolved his contract after just four years and returned home.

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Türkiye'de popülizm tuzağına düşmeden, tüm sinemaseverlerin uğrak noktası, adresi planetdp. Back in Germany, he was considerably better served in the role of composer Franz Liszt in the Franco-German co-production Hungarian Rhapsody 1954 ; and in a trilogy of hugely popular escapist adventure films, exotically set in India: Tiger of Bengal 1959 , The Indian Tomb 1959 and Journey to the Lost City 1960. On screen, he now appeared more frequently as bon vivants, reprobates or villains, most memorable as double agent Johnny Vulkan in Funeral in Berlin 1966 , the second of Len Deighton's Harry Palmer trilogy. With the audience attention firmly fixed on the dinosaur, the cast seemed at times redundant. Paul, in the leading role of scientist Tom Nesbitt, did the best he could with the clichéd script. The son of an accountant, Paul Hubschmid was born, raised and schooled in Schoenenwerd, Switzerland. .

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