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Man / Karmesin / Jovanovitch / ...
- Man of Many Skins
... Karmesin / Jovanovitch / The Banker (as Eric von Stroheim)
Jacob ten Brinken (as Erich v. Stroheim)
Le professeur Hoffman (as Eric Von Stroheim)
Balloon Vendor (uncredited)
Count Sergius Karamzin - Capt. 3rd Hussars Imper. Russian Army (as Erich Von Stroheim)
Lieutenant of Police (as Count E. Von Stroheim)
The School Clerk (uncredited)
"Paprika". Milano: Sugar (Italian translation by Lia Volpatti from the French edition published by André Martel).
3 Biographical Movies |
7 Print Biographies |
2 Portrayals |
1 Interview |
28 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
4 Magazine Cover Photos |
Erich v. Stroheim | Erich Stroheim | Count E. Von Stroheim | Erich Von Stroheim | Eric Von Stroheim | Count von Stroheim | Eric O.H. von Stroheim | Eric von Stroheim | Karl von Stroheim
5' 6¼" (1.68 m)
Did You Know?
If you live in France and you have written one good book, or painted one good picture, or directed one outstanding film, 50 years ago, and nothing ever since, you are still recognized as an artist and honored accordingly ... In Hollywood - in Hollywood, you're as good as your last picture. If you didn't have one in production in the last three months, you're forgotten, no matter what you have ...
He has appeared in five films that have been selected for the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically or aesthetically" significant: Intolerance
(1916), Foolish Wives
(1924), The Wedding March
(1928) and Sunset Blvd.
(1950). He has also directed three films that are in the registry: Foolish Wives, Greed and The Wedding March.
His films often explored the nature of human cruelty and greed and the loss of innocence.
The Man You Love to Hate