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Hanns Lothar
Born
Hans Lothar Neutze

(1929-04-10)10 April 1929
Hannover, Germany
Died11 March 1967(1967-03-11) (aged 37)
Hamburg, Germany
OccupationActor
Years active1948-1966

Hanns Lothar (born Hans Lothar Neutze; 10 April 1929 – 11 March 1967) was a German film actor.[1] He appeared in 36 films between 1948 and 1966. He was born in Hannover, Germany and died in Hamburg, Germany. He was the father of actress Susanne Lothar.

Lothar remains perhaps best known to international audiences as Schlemmer, James Cagney's devoted German assistant, in Billy Wilder's comedy One, Two, Three (1961). He died suddenly from renal colic problems at 37 years.[2]

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Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
1948 Paths in Twilight
1951 The Guilt of Doctor Homma Reporter Uncredited
1959 People in the Net Stefan
1959 The Buddenbrooks Christian Buddenbrook part 1, 2
1960 Storm in a Water Glass Hans Burdach
1960 Sacred Waters Thöni Grieg
1960 The Last Witness Lawyer Dr. Fox
1961 One, Two, Three Schlemmer
1961 Girl from Hong Kong Kuddel Bratt
1962 Wenn beide schuldig werden Richard Goetz
1962 Seelenwanderung [de] Axel TV film
1963 Wochentags immer Felix
1963 Gripsholm Castle Karlchen
1963 Piccadilly Zero Hour 12 Jack Bellamy
1964 Flug in Gefahr [de] George Spencer TV film
1964 Polizeirevier Davidswache Bellkamp
1966 4 Schlüssel Richard Hiss
1966 Long Legs, Long Fingers Emile Cavin

References

  1. ^ "Hanns Lothar". Film Portal. Retrieved 8 May 2020.
  2. ^ Biography at Deutsches Filmhaus (in German)

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