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Bertolt Brecht (Character)
from "Performance" (1992)

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Alternate Names:
Bertold Brecht / Bertold Breht / Brecht


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  1. Witness 11 (2012) Played by Oleg Liptsin
  2. The Empty Plan (2010) Played by Mike Davies / Bernd Reichelt

  3. Cinema's Exiles: From Hitler to Hollywood (2009) (TV) Played by Sewell Whitney
  4. The Farewell (2000) Played by Josef Bierbichler
    ... aka "Abschied - Brechts letzter Sommer" - Germany (original title)

  5. "Performance"
        - Tales from Hollywood (1992) TV episode, Played by Jack Shepherd
  6. Rozprávky z Hollywoodu (1992) (TV) Played by Stano Danciak

  7. Seven Minutes (1989) Played by Hans-Michael Rehberg (as Brecht)
    ... aka "Georg Elser - Einer aus Deutschland" - West Germany (original title)
  8. "The Bretts"
        - Forbidden Fruit (1987) TV episode, Played by Kim Durham
  9. Opowiesci Hollywoodu (1987) (TV) Played by Henryk Bista (as Bertold Brecht)

  10. Brecht and Co (1979) (TV) Played by Emrys James (as Brecht)
  11. På flykt undan mina landsmän (1976) (TV) Played by Palle Granditsky
  12. Sudjenje Bertoldu Brehtu (1973) (TV) Played by Branislav 'Ciga' Jerinic (as Bertold Breht)

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From "Performance: Tales from Hollywood (#2.1)" (1992)
Odon von Horvath: After all, civilization depends - does it not? - upon the awareness of the sufferings of others?
Bertolt Brecht: Civilization? No! Civilization is four kinds of wine, three kinds of forks. It's a device to maintain the bourgeoisie's sense of superiority.
Odon von Horvath: No, that's snobbery. That's something different.
Bertolt Brecht: Listen, I've got people to see. I can't stand around here all day quibbling over vocabulary.
Odon von Horvath: Then, perhaps it's best if we agree to respect our differences.
Bertolt Brecht: Well, that's the most boring suggestion I've heard all week. You can respect my differences if you like. I despise yours.
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