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Arnold Korff (1870–1944)

Arnold Korff was born on August 2, 1870 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary. He was an actor, known for The Haunted Castle (1921), Diary of a Lost Girl (1929) and Höhere Töchter (1927). He was married to Amy Bauer. He died on June 2, 1944 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Haunted Castle
The Haunted Castle von Vogelschrey, Schlossherr auf Vogeloed
Diary of a Lost Girl
Diary of a Lost Girl Elder Count Osdorff
Höhere Töchter
Höhere Töchter Prrof. Otto Hartung
The Yellow Ticket
The Yellow Ticket Grandfather Kalish


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 1935 Magnificent Obsession
Dr. Slade (uncredited)
 1935 Three Kids and a Queen
Dr. Winters
 1935 Shanghai
Van Hoeffer
 1935 Paris in Spring
 1935 Alias Mary Dow
Doctor (uncredited)
 1935 All the King's Horses
Baron Kraemer, Lord Chamberlain
 1935 Wings in the Dark
Doctor (uncredited)
 1934 Behold My Wife!
Mr. Lawson's Companion (uncredited)
 1932 Secrets of the French Police
Grand Duke Maxim
 1932 Evenings for Sale
 1932 Scarlet Dawn
Kalin (uncredited)
 1931 Ambassador Bill
The General
 1931 The Yellow Ticket
Grandfather Kalish
 1931 The Unholy Garden
Lautrac (uncredited)
 1931 An American Tragedy
 1931 Die große Fahrt
 1931 Liebe auf Befehl
The Ambassador
 1931 Mordprozeß Mary Dugan
Galway, der Staatsanwalt
 1931/I Monsieur Le Fox
John Ruskin
 1931/II Monsieur Le Fox
 1930 Olympia
General Prince Plata-Ettingen
 1930 Men of the North
John Ruskin
 1930 Doughboys
 1930 Le spectre vert
Colonel Davidson
 1929 Das grüne Monokel
Dr. Heinzius
 1928 Schuldig
 1928 Jahrmarkt des Lebens (as Arnold von Korff)
 1928 Luther (uncredited)
 1927 Die berühmte Frau
Der Herzog v. Olivarez
 1927 Höhere Töchter
Prrof. Otto Hartung
 1927 Dancing Vienna
Carl Conzaga
 1927 Die Frau im Schrank
Col. Gaston Belfort
 1927 Alpentragödie
Graf da Rimini
 1926 Frau Sopherl vom Naschmarkt
Graf Windischegg
 1925 Des Lebens Würfelspiel
Kommandeur des Ulanen-Regiments
 1925 Sündenbabel
John Benningsen
 1925 Husarenfieber
 1925 Athleten
Fürst Erasmus von Hoheneck
 1923 Love Tragedy
Det. Henry Beaufort
 1923 Downfall
 1922 Opfer der Leidenschaft
Dr. Hinx
 1922 Tingeltangel
John Sventrop
 1922 Fräulein Julie
The Count
 1921 Die Geliebte Roswolskys
 1921 Ilona
Count Balogh
 1921 Grausige Nächte
 1921 Das Opfer der Ellen Larsen
Rasmussen - Generaldirektor
 1921 The Haunted Castle
von Vogelschrey, Schlossherr auf Vogeloed
 1921 Hannerl und ihre Liebhaber
Von den Busch
 1917 Feenhände
Fürst Gisberti

Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: Delicate Story. Written by Ferenc Molnár. Translated by Gilbert Miller. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Gilbert Miller. Henry Miller's Theatre: 4 Dec 1940- 28 Dec 1940 (29 performances). See more »

Alternate Names:

Arnold von Korff

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Austrian/Swiss character actor, born in the U.S. and on stage there from 1892. Moved to Austria four years later and became an ensemble member of the Vienna Burtgtheater (until 1913). Subsequently alternated stage performances on Broadway with appearances in Berlin, Zurich and Vienna. Began acting in German-speaking silent films from 1917 and remained gainfully employed playing prosperous members... See more »

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