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Christian Kayßler

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Christian Kayßler
Christian Friedrich Kayssler

14 June 1898
Died10 March 1944 (1944-03-11) (aged 45)

Christian Friedrich Kayssler, commonly spelled Kayßler (14 June 1898 – 10 March 1944),[1] was a German stage and film actor. He was the son of the actor Friedrich Kayßler. He appeared in 14 films before dying in an Allied bombing raid on Berlin in March 1944 during World War II. He played one of the major roles in the 1939 aviation film D III 88.[2]

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Year Title Role Notes
1935 The Old and the Young King
1937 Pan Glahn
1937 Unternehmen Michael Rittmstr. v. Wengern
1939 Target in the Clouds Krasselt
1939 Drei Unteroffiziere Dr. Lauterbach, Kapellmeister
1939 D III 88 Oberleutnant Mithoff
1939 Dein Leben gehört mir
1940 Achtung! Feind hört mit! Dr. Hellmers, Chefkonstrukteur
1941 Battle Squadron Lützow Oberst Mithoff
1941 Ich klage an Landgerichtsdirektor Kriebelmeyer
1942 Destiny Fürst Melnik
1942 Andreas Schlüter von Anhalt-Dessau
1942 The Dismissal Graf Herbert Bismarck (final film role)


  1. ^ Morgenstern, Christian (11 October 2012). Gesammelte Werke in einem Band (in German). Piper ebooks. ISBN 978-3-492-95786-1.
  2. ^ * Paris, Michael. From the Wright Brothers to Top Gun: Aviation, Nationalism, and Popular Cinema. Manchester University Press, 1995. (p. 94)

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