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Emil Hegetschweiler

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Emil Hegetschweiler (1887–1959) was a Swiss actor.

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Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
1933 Wie d'Warret würkt Konfiseur Hänggeler
1935 Jä-soo! Jakob Stäubli
1937 Kleine Scheidegg Concierge
1938 Fusilier Wipf Coiffeur Wiederkehr
1940 Fräulein Huser Vater Hauser
1940 Die mißbrauchten Liebesbriefe Priest
1941 Emil, mer mues halt rede mitenand Emil Bürgi
1942 Das Gespensterhaus Fürsprech Tyffel
1942 Der Schuß von der Kanzel Krachhalder
1943 Menschen, die vorüberziehen Schlumpf
1944 Landammann Stauffacher Balz
1947 Madness Rules Pfleger Gilgen
1948 After the Storm Diener der Tretinis
1952 Palace Hotel Staub, Zimmerkellner
1954 Uli the Farmhand Joggeli, Glunggenbauer
1955 Heidi and Peter Lehrer / Teacher
1955 Uli the Tenant Joggeli, Glunggenbauer
1956 Polizischt Wäckerli Konrad Häberli, Gemeindekassierer
1956 Oberstadtgass Sattler Rüttimann
1957 Taxichauffeur Bänz Vater Schellenberg
1957 Bäckerei Zürrer Bäcker Zürrer
1957 Der 10. Mai Emil Tschumi
1958 Es geschah am hellichten Tag Gemeindepräsident
1958 Ein wunderbarer Sommer [de] Melker
1958 The Cheese Factory in the Hamlet Der Pfarrer
1959 Hast noch der Söhne ja...? Coiffeur Mani
1959 Café Odeon Walter, Oberkellner

Bibliography

  • Bergfelder, Tim & Bock, Hans-Michael. The Concise Cinegraph: Encyclopedia of German. Berghahn Books, 2009.
  • Halbrook, Stephen P. The Swiss and the Nazis: How the Alpine Republic Survived in the Shadow of the Third Reich. Casemate Publishers, 2006.

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