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Charles Kullmann (1903–1983)

Charles Kullmann was born on January 13, 1903 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA. He was an actor, known for La Paloma. Ein Lied der Kameradschaft (1934), Schön ist jeder Tag den Du mir schenkst, Marie Luise (1934) and The Goldwyn Follies (1938). He was married to Lisa. He died on February 8, 1983 in New Haven. See full bio »

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 1953 Omnibus (TV Series)
- Die Fledermaus (1953) ... Einstein (as Charles Kullman)
 1947 Song of Scheherazade
Dr. Klin
 1938 The Goldwyn Follies
Alfredo in 'La Traviata'
 1934 La Paloma. Ein Lied der Kameradschaft
Fernando, ein Seemann
 1931 Bombs Over Monte Carlo
Ein Straßensänger / Street Singer
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 1938 The Goldwyn Follies (performer: "La traviata" (1853) - uncredited)
 1931 Bombs Over Monte Carlo (performer: "Ich kenn ein Land", "Eine Nacht in Monte Carlo")
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 1951 Cavalcade of Stars (TV Series)
Himself - Guest Musical Performer
- Episode #2.48 (1951) ... Himself - Guest Musical Performer

Personal Details

Other Works:

Sang the tenor part in Toscanini's 1938 performance of Verdi's "Requiem".

Alternate Names:

Charles Kullman

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After having sung widely in Europe, Kullman returned to America for his debut at the Metropolitan Opera on December 19, 1935, in the title role of Faust. A live recording can be heard of him in this time, singing Alfredo in La traviata, opposite Bidu Sayão and Leonard Warren in 1943, under Cesare Sordero. See more »

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