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Ernest Menzer

Ernest Menzer is an actor, known for Koenigsmark (1968). See full bio »

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Koenigsmark Cyrus Beck
Band of Outsiders
Band of Outsiders Arthur's Uncle
Bed & Board
Bed & Board Le petit homme


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 1981 Neige
 1981 Fais gaffe à la gaffe!
 1980 La nuit de la mort!
 1980 Emmanuelle à Cannes
Alfred (uncredited)
 1977 Vous n'aurez pas l'Alsace et la Lorraine
Un homme distingué
 1975 Zig-Zag
 1974 C'est plus facile de garder la bouche ouverte
The rich suitor (uncredited)
 1973 Day for Night
Le producteur de films érotiques (uncredited)
 1972 The Swinging Co-eds
 1971 Vladimir et Rosa
Judge Julius Himmler (uncredited)
 1970 Alyse et Chloé
L'acteur de la publicité / A publicity actor (uncredited)
 1970 Bed & Board
Le petit homme (as Menzer)
 1970 L'amour
Le patron de Bob (as Ernest Mentzer)
 1970 Arthur, Arthur (Short)
Mr. Menzer (uncredited)
 1969 Chute libre (Short)
 1968 Mon nom est femme
 1968 Koenigsmark (TV Movie)
Cyrus Beck (as Ernest Menzel)
 1967 Weekend
Ernest - le cuisinier / Le boucher du FLSO (uncredited)
 1967 The Exchange Student
Un père (uncredited)
 1967 Little Girls
M. Menzer
 1966 Little Girls
Mr. Menzer
 1966 Made in U.S.A
Edgar Typhus (uncredited)
 1965 L'amour à la chaîne
Le Marquis (uncredited)
 1964 Band of Outsiders
Arthur's Uncle
 1964 A Taste for Women
Un sbire de Larsen
 1961 A Woman Is a Woman
Bar Owner (uncredited)

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