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Marshal Gebhard Blcher (Character)
from 6 Hours to Live (1932)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
Blucher / Blcher / Marshal Gebhard Blcher

Filmography

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  1. "Great Performances"
        - The Innocents Abroad (1983) TV episode, Played by Jess Hahn (as Blucher)

  2. Waterloo (1970/I) Played by Sergo Zakariadze (as Blucher)
    ... aka "Battle of Waterloo" - USA (alternative title)
    ... aka "Waterloo: The Last Hundred Days of Napoleon" - USA (alternative title)
  3. The Last Escape (1970) Played by Gerd Vespermann (as Blucher)
    ... aka "O.S.S." - Canada (English title) (video title)

  4. The Vanishing American (1955) Played by Gene Lockhart (as Blucher)

  5. Hundred Days (1935) Played by Eduard von Winterstein (as Blcher)
    ... aka "Hundert Tage" - Italy (original title)
  6. The Iron Duke (1934) Played by Franklin Dyall (as Blcher)
  7. Marschall Vorwärts (1932) Played by Paul Wegener (as Blcher)
  8. 6 Hours to Live (1932) Played by Dewey Robinson (as Blucher)

  9. Lützows wilde verwegene Jagd (1927) Played by Eduard von Winterstein (as Blcher)

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Quotes:
From Waterloo (1970/I)
Gen. August Gneisenau: [to Blucher on Wellington's request to move in the direction of Waterloo] If Wellington runs to the coast, none of us will make it home to Berlin. I do not trust the English, nonetheless because I have served you before, sir...
Field Marshal Gebhard von Blucher: [Disgusted with Gneisenau] I am seventy-two and a proud soldier. This sword is steel! I am too old to break it.
Gen. August Gneisenau: Very well, I have ordered the retreat to Wavre. You may still co-operate with the Wellington, but God help us if he does not stand.
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