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Horst Vincon

Horst Vincon was born in 1927 in Hamburg, Germany. He is an actor and writer, known for Gipfeltreffen (1985), Hamburg Transit (1970) and In the Name of Innocence (1997). See full bio »

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Known For

Gipfeltreffen
Gipfeltreffen Writer
(1985)
Hamburg Transit
(1974)
In the Name of Innocence
(1997)
Kümo Henriette
(1979)

Filmography

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 1997 In the Name of Innocence
Kunzes Chef
 1997 Großstadtrevier (TV Series)
Arzt
- Nadja (1997) ... Arzt
 1996 Bruder Esel (TV Series)
Klaus
- Mut zum Glück (1996) ... Klaus
 1995 Evelyn Hamann's Geschichten aus dem Leben (TV Series)
Juwelier (segment "Ab nach Rio")
- Völlig aus der Bahn/Alles auf Sieg/Ab nach Rio (1995) ... Juwelier (segment "Ab nach Rio")
 1979 Kümo Henriette (TV Series)
 1974 Motiv Liebe (TV Series)
 1974 Hamburg Transit (TV Series)
 1968 Nicht zuhören, meine Damen! (TV Movie)
Baron de Charancay
 1957 Romeo und Julia (TV Movie)
Benvolio
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 1985 Gipfeltreffen (TV Movie)

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