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Ferdinand Marian (I) (1902–1946)

Ferdinand Marian was born on August 14, 1902 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary as Ferdinand Heinrich Johann Haschkowitz. He was an actor, known for Jud Süß (1940), Ohm Krüger (1941) and The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1943). He was married to Maria Byk and Irene Saager. He died on August 7, 1946. See full bio »

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Jud Süß Joseph Süß Oppenheimer
Ohm Krüger Cecil Rhodes
Madame Bovary Rodolphe Boulanger


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 1949 Das Gesetz der Liebe
Baron Pistolecrone
 1949 Dreimal Komödie
Professor von Arnim
 1949 Die Nacht der Zwölf
Leopold Lanski, Agent
 1945 Freunde
 1944 In flagranti
Ing. Alfred Peters
 1943 Reise in die Vergangenheit
Carlo Ernst
 1943 Tonelli
Tonio Tonelli aka Joro, Artist
 1943 Romanze in Moll
 1943 The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
Graf Cagliostro
 1942 Ein Zug fährt ab
Michael Garden
 1941 Ohm Krüger
Cecil Rhodes
 1940 Jud Süß
Joseph Süß Oppenheimer
 1940 Aus erster Ehe
Professor Walter Helmerding
 1940 Der Fuchs von Glenarvon
Friedensrichter Grandison
 1939 Morgen werde ich verhaftet
Juan Perez
 1939 Der vierte kommt nicht
Generaldirektor Kolman
 1938 Nordlicht
 1937 La Habanera
Don Pedro de Avila
 1937 Madame Bovary
Rodolphe Boulanger
 1937 Die Stimme des Herzens
Prinz Konstantin
 1936 Thunder, Lightning and Sunshine
Paul Puschkinow
 1933 Der Tunnel
The Agitator
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Already his first movies counted to money-spinners. At Pola Negri's side in "Madame Bovary" (1937) and at Zarah Leander's side in "La Habanera" (1937) his parts were early pinned down to villains - a cliche which determined his further destiny. See more »

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