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Leopold Kramer (1869–1942)

Leopold Kramer was born on September 29, 1869 in Prague, Bohemia, Austria-Hungary. He was an actor, known for Ecstasy (1933), Frauenarzt Dr. Schäfer (1928) and Das Haus ohne Lachen (1918). He was married to Pepi Glöckner-Kramer. He died on October 29, 1942 in Vienna, Austria. See full bio »

Died:

(age 73) in Vienna, Austria

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Known For

Ecstasy
Ecstasy Eva's Father
(1933)
Frauenarzt Dr. Schäfer
Frauenarzt Dr. Schäfer Professor Hausen
(1928)
Das Haus ohne Lachen
(1918)
Rakoczy-Marsch
Rakoczy-Marsch Graf Job
(1933)

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 1933 Rakoczy-Marsch
Graf Job
 1933 Ecstasy
Eva's Father
 1930 Geld auf der Straße
Emil Reimbacher
 1929 Was kostet Liebe?
Bankier Leblanc
 1928 Ungarische Rhapsodie
Baron Barsody
 1928 Ehre deine Mutter
Professor Meingart
 1928 Frauenarzt Dr. Schäfer
Professor Hausen
 1928 Sajenko the Soviet
Fürst Balyzin
 1918 Das Haus ohne Lachen (Short)
 1918 Júdás
James Hogg munkavezetõ, majd gyáros
 1918 Az ördög
Az ördög
 1918 A csúnya fiú
A csúnya fiú
 1918 Blendwerk der Hölle (Short)
 1917 Az utolsó hajnal
Harry Kernett
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Trivia:

His last cinematical works came in the 30's into being, among them "Der Hexer" (1932), based on a novel by Edgar Wallace, the then scandalous movie "Ekstase" (1933) with Hedwig Kiesler alias Hedy Lamarr and "Bretter, die die Welt bedeuten" (1935) directed by Kurt Gerron. See more »

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