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Dietrich Kuhlbrodt

Dietrich Kuhlbrodt was born on October 15, 1932 in Hamburg, Germany. He is an actor and writer, known for Europa (1991), Tod eines Feuerwehrmannes (1997) and 100 Jahre Adolf Hitler - Die letzte Stunde im Führerbunker (1989). See full bio »
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 2013 Die Goldenen Zitronen: Der Investor (Video short) (uncredited)
 2012 Das ist ja das Leben selbst!
Hugo Largo
 2012 Bruder (Short)
Vater Walter
 1997 Tod eines Feuerwehrmannes (Short)
 1997 The 120 Days of Bottrop
 1996 The Slit
Hassans Minister / Außenminister Christoffersen
 1995 Bismarckpolka (Short)
 1994 Tod eines Weltstars (TV Movie)
Dietrich Johannson
 1991 Europa
 1990 Blackest Heart
 1989 Adrian und die Römer
 1988 Schafe in Wales (TV Movie)
 1986 Menu total
 1984 Decoder
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