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Helge Roswaenge (1897–1972)

Helge Roswaenge was born on August 29, 1897 in Copenhagen, Denmark as Helge Anton Rosenvinge Hansen. He was an actor, known for Die Banditen (1961), Verlieb Dich nicht am Bodensee (1935) and Last Rose (1936). He was married to Ilonka Holndonner. He died on June 17, 1972 in Munich, Germany. See full bio »


(age 74) in Munich, Germany

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Known For

Die Banditen
Die Banditen Räuberhauptmann Falsacappa
Verlieb Dich nicht am Bodensee
Verlieb Dich nicht am Bodensee Fritz Niehusen - Kammersänger
Last Rose
Last Rose Lyonel
Ein Walzertraum
Ein Walzertraum Hausminister Wendolin


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 1969 Ein Walzertraum (TV Movie)
Hausminister Wendolin
 1968 Die Landstreicher (TV Movie)
Adolar, Fürst von und zu und auf Lohenfels
 1961 Die Banditen (TV Movie)
Räuberhauptmann Falsacappa
 1954 1:0 für Sie (TV Series)
- Episode #1.5 (1954) ... Singer
 1950 Großstadtnacht
Sänger: Aida
 1936/I Last Rose
 1935 Verlieb Dich nicht am Bodensee
Fritz Niehusen - Kammersänger
 1932 Der Knalleffekt (Short)
Jean Roland
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 1968 Die Landstreicher (TV Movie) (performer: "Wie war entzückt ich neulich", "Fürst Adolar")
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 1939 Salzburg, die Festspielstadt (Documentary short)
 1937 Helge Rosvænge (Short)

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Shortly after the Second World War, he was abducted in Berlin and deported to Russia. Following his release, he settled down in Wien and established himself as an engineer in the chemical industry. Yet, singing was very much at the core of his heart, and he resumed his career in 1949 at the Volksoper and the Staatsoper in Wien. See more »

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