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Otto Kringelein (Character)
from Grand Hotel (1932/I)

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Alternate Names:
Carl Kringelein / Otto Kringelein in 'Grand Hotel'

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  1. Menschen im Hotel (1959) Played by Heinz Rühmann (as Carl Kringelein)

  2. Grand Hotel (1932/I) Played by Lionel Barrymore
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  1. Some of the Best (1943) Played by Lionel Barrymore (as Otto Kringelein in 'Grand Hotel')

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From Grand Hotel (1932/I)
Otto Kringelein: Mr. Preysing, I am not taking orders from you here.
Preysing: What is this insolence? Please go away.
Otto Kringelein: You think you have free license to be insulting? Believe me, you have not. You think you're superior, but you're quite an ordinary man. Even if you did marry money, and people like me have got to slave for you for 320 marks a month!
Preysing: Will you go away, please! You are annoying!
Flaemmchen: Mr. Preysing, please!
Otto Kringelein: You don't like to see me enjoying myself. When a man's working himself to death, that's what he's paid for. You don't care if a man can live on his wages or not.
Preysing: You have a very regular scale of wages, and there's the sick fund for you.
Otto Kringelein: [sarcastically] Oh, what a scale, and what a fund. When I was sick for four weeks, you wrote me a letter, telling me I'd be discharged if I was sick any longer. Did you write me that letter, or did you not?
Preysing: I have no idea of the letters that I write, Mr. Kringelein. I know that you're here in the Grand Hotel, living like a lord. You are probably an embezzler.
Otto Kringelein: [shocked] An embezzler?
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