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Heinz Welzel
Born30 May 1911
Died26 March 2002 (aged 90)
Berlin, Germany
OccupationActor
Years active1932-1968 (film)

Heinz Welzel (1911–2002) was a German stage, television and film actor. He was also a noted voice actor, dubbing foreign films for German-speaking audiences. He played one of the lead roles in the popular 1939 aviation film D III 88.[1]

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
1932 Mieter Schulze gegen alle
1936 The Traitor Hans Klemm
1937 Unternehmen Michael Lt. v. Tresckow
1938 Urlaub auf Ehrenwort Rekrut Gustav Jahnke
1938 Revolutionshochzeit Jean Lasque
1938 You and I Otz Uhlig
1938 The Four Companions Feinmechaniker Martin Bachmann
1938 Pour le Mérite Lt. Rombert
1939 Uproar in Damascus Soldat Schulz
1939 Mann für Mann Werner Handrup
1939 D III 88 Obergefreiter Fritz Paulsen
1939 Legion Condor
1940 Friedrich Schiller – The Triumph of a Genius Andreas Streicher
1941 Kampfgeschwader Lützow Unteroffizier Paulsen
1941 Above All Else in the World
1941 Menschen im Sturm Hans Neubert Lehrer
1942 Der Seniorchef Robert von Schulte
1943 Love Premiere Rolf, Lawyer
1943 Titanic 2. Funker Bride Uncredited
1944 Ein schöner Tag
1947 Raid Heinz Becker, Kriminal-Anwärter
1954 The Perfect Couple
1961 Blind Justice Dr. Biermann
1968 The Valley of Death Richter (final film role)

References

  1. ^ Paris p.94

Bibliography

  • Paris, Michael. From the Wright Brothers to Top Gun: Aviation, Nationalism, and Popular Cinema. Manchester University Press, 1995.

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