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Harry Baur (1880–1943)

Harry Baur was born on April 12, 1880 in Montrouge, Seine [now Hauts-de-Seine], Île-de-France, France as Henri-Marie Baur. He was an actor, known for Les Misérables (1934), Dance Program (1937) and The Red Head (1932). He was married to Rika Radifé and Rose Grane. He died on April 8, 1943 in Paris, France. See full bio »


(age 62) in Paris, France

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Les Misérables
Les Misérables Jean Valjean / Champmathieu
Dance Program
Dance Program Alain Regnault
The Red Head
The Red Head Monsieur Lepic
Crime and Punishment


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 1943 Symphonie eines Lebens
Stephan Melchior
 1941 Sins of Youth
Monsieur Lacalade
 1941 Who Killed Santa Claus?
Gaspard Cornusse
 1941 Volpone
 1940 Forbidden Love
Le docteur Bourdet
 1938 Hatred
Captain Mollenard
 1937 Les secrets de la Mer Rouge
Saïd Ali
 1937 Sarati the Terrible
César Sarati
 1937 Paris
Alexandre Lafortune
 1936 Nitchevo
Le commandant Robert Cartier
 1936 The Golem
L'empereur Rodolphe II, roi de Bohème
 1934 A Man and His Woman
 1934 A Sensitive Lad
 1933 Cette vieille canaille
Guillaume Vautier / Professor Vautier
 1933 Criminel
Warden Brady
 1932 Three Musketeers
Tréville (as Harry Bauer)
 1931 Moon Over Morocco
M. de Marouvelle
 1931 Le cap perdu
Le Capitaine Kell
 1924 The Clairvoyant
Monsieur Detaille
 1918 Angoisse dans la nuit (Short)
 1917 48, avenue de l'Opéra
Tom Baxler
 1916 Quand l'amour meurt (Short)
 1916 Fleur de Paris (Short)
Harry Podge
 1916 Chignon d'or
 1914 Le roman de Carpentier (Short)
 1913 Shylock (Short)
 1912 Le secret du lac (Short)
 1912/II Les cheveux d'or (Short)
 1912 Les amis de la mort (Short)
 1912 The Adopted Child (Short) (unconfirmed)
 1911 Vidocq (Short)
 1910 L'évasion de Vidocq (Short)
 1910 La haine (Short)
 1910 La noce à Canuche (Short)
 1910 Le four à chaux (Short)
 1910 Le messager de Notre-Dame (Short)
 1910 Les suicides du louf (Short)
 1910 The Castaway's Return (Short)
 1910 L'évasion d'un truand (Short)
Rob Rokers
 1909 Arsène Lupin (Short)
 1909 Don César de Bazan (Short)
César de Bazan
 1909 Hector, the Angel Child (Short)
 1909 Beethoven (Short)
 1909 Octave (Short)
 1909 The Miniature (Short)
 1908 Le bon cambrioleur (Short)
 1908 Drink (Short)
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Other Works:

Stage and radio actor.

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Alternate Names:

Harry Bauer | Harry-Baur

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Journeyed to Germany to make a movie, but after completing it he was arrested by the Nazi authorities - apparently because his wife was Jewish and suspected of engaging in anti-Nazi activities in France - and tortured for information. He was eventually released, but was found dead shortly afterwards. See more »

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