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Anton Schindler (Character)
from Immortal Beloved (1994)

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Alternate Names:
Anton Felix Schindler / Schindler

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Feature:
  1. Immortal Beloved (1994) Played by Jeroen Krabbé (as Anton Felix Schindler)

  2. Beethoven's Nephew (1985) Played by Ulrich Berr (as Schindler)
    ... aka "Le neveu de Beethoven" - France (original title)

  3. Franz Schubert (1953) Played by Fred Hennings (as Schindler)

  4. The Life and Loves of Beethoven (1936) Played by Gaston Dubosc
    ... aka "Un grand amour de Beethoven" - France (original title)
    ... aka "Beethoven's Great Love" - International (English title)
TV:
  1. "Beethoven"
        - Faith & Fury (2005) TV episode, Played by Tom Goodman-Hill

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Quotes:
From Immortal Beloved (1994)
Anton Felix Schindler: Do you know the name Ludwig van Beethoven?
Frau Streicher: The composer?
Anton Felix Schindler: Yes.
Frau Streicher: I knew him.
Anton Felix Schindler: Did he ever stay here?
Frau Streicher: Are you a policeman?
Anton Felix Schindler: No.
Frau Streicher: Then I will not answer your questions.
Anton Felix Schindler: Oh, please, I'm trying to conclude his affairs.
Frau Streicher: Ah, van Beethoven is dead?
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