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Gert Fröbe

Gert Fröbe


Birthdate: February 25, 1912

Deathdate: September 5, 1988

?From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Karl Gerhart Fröbe, better known as Gert Fröbe (25 February 1913 – 5 September 1988) was a German actor who starred in many films, including the James Bond film Goldfinger as Auric Goldfinger, The Threepenny Opera as Peachum, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang as Baron Bomburst, and in Der Räuber Hotzenplotz as Hotzenplotz. Description above from the Wikipedia article Gert Fröbe, l... ...detailed bio

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The Umbrella Coup (1980)

Grégoire Lecomte, an unlucky actor anxious to find a "real job", goes to take a screen test for the role of a killer, but ends up in the wrong place and meets a mafia don. The don is expecting a hitman and, assuming Lecomte is the man, gives him a contract to kill gun dealer Otto Krampe at his bi...
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Bloodline (1979)

Sam Roffe, President of Roffe & Sons Pharmaceuticals, dies in a climbing accident leaving his daughter Elizabeth (Audrey Hepburn) a billion-dollar empire. Roffe's board members thus see the opportunity to settle old scores, jockey for higher positions, and reap lucrative profits. However, an inve...
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The Serpent's Egg (1978)

Abel Rosenberg is an American Jew in Berlin after World War I. Poverty and inflation have destroyed the German economy at the time. He lives with his sister-in-law Manuela, a prostitute and cabaret performer. The story takes place in the week following his brother's death. Abel takes a job offere...
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And Then There Were None (1974)

The plot is essentially the same as the novel during the first part, though some of the characterisations are based more closely on the script of the 1965 film. However, the ending is completely different. Another departure from Christie's text is that this time the action takes place not on a de...
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Nuits Rouges (1974)

Nuits Rouges (1974) is a film directed by Georges Franju. The film was released in the U.S. in an English-dubbed version by New Line Cinema under the title Shadowman in 1975. The movie is based on the TV series L'Homme Sans Visage. Nuits Rouges was released in the UK on 25 August 2008 as part of ...
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Ludwig (1972)

Ludwig is a 1972 film directed by Italian director Luchino Visconti about the life and death of King Ludwig II of Bavaria. Visconti's muse, Helmut Berger, stars as Ludwig, while Romy Schneider reprises her role as Empress Elisabeth of Austria (from Sissi (1955) and its two sequels) in a very diff...
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$ (1971)

Set in Hamburg, West Germany, several criminals take advantage of the German bank privacy laws to use safe deposit boxes in a German bank to store large amounts of illicit cash. These include a Las Vegas mobster as well as a ruthless drug smuggler known as the Candy Man and a crooked overbearing ...
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Monte Carlo or Bust (1969)

An international car rally in the 1920s attracts competitors from all over the world to compete in the Monte Carlo Rally. The arch rivals from England, Italy, France and Germany find that their greatest competition comes from the United States in the form of Chester Schofield (Tony Curtis), who h...
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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968)

Set in the 1910s, the story opens with a Grand Prix race, in which one of the cars swerves to avoid a dog, loses control, crashes, and catches fire, bringing its racing career to an end. The car ends up in an old garage, where two children, Jeremy and Jemima Potts, have grown fond of it, but are ...
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Jules Verne's Rocket to the Moon (1967)

Jules Verne's Rocket to the Moon (US: Rocket to the Moon; aka: Blast Off) is a 1967 British science fiction comedy film directed by Don Sharp and produced by Harry Alan Towers.
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The Upper Hand (1966)

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Is Paris Burning? (1966)

The film opens shortly after the 20 July plot as general Dietrich von Choltitz (Gert Fröbe) is appointed military governor of occupied Paris by Adolf Hitler (Billy Frick). Hitler believes von Choltitz will obey his order to not let the Allies capture Paris without the Germans destroying it comple...
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Triple Cross (1966)

The film opens with an explosion as safecracker Eddie Chapman (Plummer) blows open a wall safe. Outside, a car is backfiring repeatedly and a marching band is passing by. Chapman casually removes some jewels from the safe and examines them for the choicest items. He leaves a card in the safe comp...
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Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines (1965)

In 1910, just a few years after the first heavier-than-air flight, aircraft are fragile and unreliable contraptions, piloted by "intrepid birdmen". Lord Rawnsley (Robert Morley) is a newspaper magnate and a stuffed shirt. His daughter, ardent suffragette Patricia (Sarah Miles), is a would-be avia...
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A High Wind in Jamaica (1965)

A hurricane hits the isle of Jamaica in 1870. The parents of five children feel it is time to send them to England for a more civilized upbringing and education. During the voyage, pirates board the ship and take the children captive. The pirate captain, Chavez, takes an immediate liking to young...
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Who Wants to Sleep? (1965)

Who Wants to Sleep? (German:Das Liebeskarussell) is a 1965 German comedy film directed by Rolf Thiele, Axel von Ambesser and Alfred Weidenmann and starring Curd Jürgens, Gert Fröbe and Catherine Deneuve. It consists of a series of episodic tales about the relationships of the characters.
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Greed in the Sun (1964)

Greed in the Sun (French: Cent mille dollars au soleil) is a 1964 French-Italian adventure film directed by Henri Verneuil. The film was entered into the 1964 Cannes Film Festival.
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Goldfinger (1964)

After destroying a drug laboratory in Latin America, James Bond—agent 007—goes to Miami Beach. There he receives instructions from his superior, M, via CIA agent Felix Leiter to observe bullion dealer Auric Goldfinger, who is staying at the same hotel as Bond. The agent sees Goldfinger cheating a...
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Peau de banane (1963)

The French comedy-drama of Marcel Ophuls, which came to the Paris yesterday.
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The Longest Day (1962)

The Longest Day is filmed in the style of a docudrama. Beginning in the days leading up to D-Day, the film concentrates on events on both sides of the channel such as the Allies waiting for the break in the poor weather and the anticipation of the Axis forces defending northern France. The film p...