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Gustav von Wangenheim (1895–1975)


Gustav von Wangenheim was born on February 18, 1895 in Wiesbaden, Hesse, Germany as Ingo Clemens Gustav Adolf Freiherr von Wangenheim. He was an actor and director, known for Nosferatu (1922), Woman in the Moon (1929) and Der Kampf (1936). He was married to Inge von Wangenheim. He died on August 5, 1975 in Berlin, Germany. See full bio »

Died:

(age 80) in Berlin, Germany

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Known For

Nosferatu Hutter
(1922)
Woman in the Moon Ingenieur Hans Windegger
(1929)
Der Kampf Director
(1936)
(1950)

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 1931 Danton
Desmoulins
 1929 Woman in the Moon
Ingenieur Hans Windegger (as Gustav v. Wangenheim)
 1923 Warning Shadows
Her lover
 1923 Der steinerne Reiter
Jäger
 1923 Der Liebe Pilgerfahrt
Dr. Egil Rostrup
 1922 Nosferatu
Hutter (as Gustav v. Wangenheim)
 1921 Das Haus zum Mond
Andreas, sein Sohn
 1920 Kohlhiesel's Daughters
Paul Seppl (as Gustav v. Wangenheim)
 1919 Kitsch
 1918 Ferdinand Lassalle
Janko von Rakowitza
 1916 Homunculus, 3. Teil - Die Liebeskomödie des Homunculus
Heinrich (as Gustav von Winterstein)
 1916 Homunculus, 1. Teil (unconfirmed)
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Alternate Names:

Gustav v. Wangenheim | Gustav von Winterstein

Height:

5' 9½" (1.77 m)
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His last movie came in 1931 into being with "Danton" (1931), two years later he left Germany because he was against the National Socialism. As a member of the Communist party he reached the Sovjet Union via Paris where he remained active as an artist. Among others he realised the movie "Bortsy" (1936) as a director and screenwriter. See more »

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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