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Charles-Ferdinand Vaucher (1902–1972)

Charles-Ferdinand Vaucher was born on January 19, 1902 in Fleurier, Neuchâtel, Switzerland. He was an actor and writer, known for La faute de l'abbé Mouret (1937), Michael Kohlhaas (1937) and Ein Mann geht auf Reisen (1940). He was married to Edith Carola and Katja Wulff. He died on February 28, 1972 in Herrliberg-Erlenbach, Kanton Zürich, ... See full bio »

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 1970 Biografie - Ein Spiel (TV Movie) (as Charles Vaucher)
 1965 Das Leben des Horace A.W. Tabor - Ein Stück aus den Tagen der letzten Könige (TV Movie)
Chicken-Bill Lovell (as Charles Vaucher)
 1961 Die Gejagten
Architekt Häuptli
 1960 The Man in the Black Derby
Abteilungsleiter (as Charles F. Vaucher)
 1959 Hast noch der Söhne ja...?
Dr. Russi
 1957 Der 10. Mai
Soldat beim Kartenspiel (as Charles F. Vaucher)
 1943 Komödie um Erika (Short)
 1943 Matura-Reise
 1941 Landammann Stauffacher
Graf Friedrich von Toggenburg
 1941 Gilberte de Courgenay
Major (as C.F. Vaucher)
 1938 Le règne de l'esprit malin
Jean Lude
 1938 Abenteuer in Marokko
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Alternate Names:

C. F. Vaucher | C.F. Vaucher | Charles F. Vaucher | Charles Vaucher


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