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Horst Gentzen (1930–1985)

Horst Gentzen was born on March 14, 1930 in Berlin, Germany. He is known for his work on Es geht nicht ohne Gisela (1951), Im Schlaraffenland (1965) and Two Worlds (1958). He died on August 9, 1985 in West Berlin, West Germany. See full bio »

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 1979 The Tin Drum
Felix (voice, uncredited)
 1979 Seton Dôbutsuki Risu no bannâ (TV Series)
Clay (voice: German version)
 1977 Peter Alexander präsentiert Spezialitäten (TV Series)
- Episode dated 1 December 1977 (1977) ... Kermit (voice, uncredited)
 1966 Robin Hood, the Noble Robber (TV Movie)
Hamlet II (voice, uncredited)
 1965 Im Schlaraffenland (TV Movie)
 1959 Moonwolf
Prof. Robert's assistant (as Horst Jentzen)
 1958 Das verbotene Paradies
Dettmanns Gast / 2. Mann im Park (voice, uncredited)
 1958 Imperfect Angel
Pumpi Haberland
 1958 Two Worlds
 1957 Spielbank-Affäre
 1956 Bestseller (TV Movie)
Nicholas Barnes-Bradley
 1956 Tausend Melodien
Albert Förster
 1955 Einmal ist keinmal
 1951 Es geht nicht ohne Gisela
Sein Freund Pitt
 1950 City in the Fog
Arne Hansen
 1949 Don't Play with Love
 1949 Die Freunde meiner Frau
Bodo Kühn - Genannt Bulli
 1948 1-2-3 Corona
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Dubbing voice of Putter Smith in the German post-synchronized version of Guy Hamilton's "Diamonds Are Forever" (James Bond 007 - Diamantfieber) See more »

Alternate Names:

Horst Jentzen

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He also dubbed Kermit the Frog in "The Muppet Show". See more »

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