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Raimund Schelcher

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Raimund Schelcher
Raimund Schelcher (right) in 1960
Born27 March 1910
Died27 March 1972 (age 62)
Years active1937-1971
Spouse(s)Lore Hansen
Annalise Wanckel

Raimund Schelcher (27 March 1910 – 27 March 1972) was a Tanzanian actor who appeared in over 43 films and television programs between 1939 and 1971.

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Personal life

He was born in Dar es Salaam, German East Africa (now Tanzania) to a railway engineer and a violinist. When Schelcher was fourteen, his family were evacuated to Germany after World War I. Between 1924 and 1928 he visited the Oberrealschule Kalk in Cologne. After earning a Mittlere Reife and after leaving school he entered the theatre. From 1928 to 1938[1] he took acting lessons at the Municipal drama school in Cologne.

He died on his 62nd birthday in Berlin on 27 March 1972.


In 1930 he debuted his role as Ferdinand in Intrigue and Love at the Theater Gießen. In 1933 Schelcher joined the New Theatre in Frankfurt am Main and in 1934-1935 he played at the Deutsches Schauspielhaus in Hamburg, from 1935 to 1938 in Leipzig and finally at the Schiller Theater in Berlin. In 1939 he received his first film roles.

World War II

He was drafted shortly before World War II on 28 August 1939 by the Gestapo. He was drafted as a soldier and was "probation battalion assigned". In battle, he was wounded four times and he fell into Soviet captivity. After his release he resumed his career at the Stadttheater in Bremen.

Return to Acting

Schelcher in 1951

In 1950 he went to the eastern part of Berlin's Deutsches Theater and performed at the Volksbühne. From 1953 he worked at the Berliner Ensemble. Schlecher played, among others,[2] the fool in the Twelfth Night, Jakob in Gorkis and Simon Chachava in The Caucasian Chalk Circle.[3] Schelcher worked in the 1950s as a DEFA actor. He was helped by his clear-cut features. He appeared in films featuring ideal class-conscious proletarians as in two of Thalmann's movies or as the understanding people's commissar in Berlin, Schoenhauser Corner.


Year Title Role Notes
1939 The Immortal Heart Konrad Windhalm
1939 Robert Koch Kochs Assistent Dr. Fritz von Hartwig
1939 Der letzte Appell Walter Brodersen
1950 0 Uhr 15, Zimmer 9 Martin Leutner
1950 The Axe of Wandsbek Karl Prestow
1951 Die Sonnenbrucks Dozent Joachim Peters
1951 Der Untertan Dr. Wolfgang Buck
1953 Geheimakten Solvay Mertens
1954 Ernst Thälmann Krischan Daik
1954 Der Fall Dr. Wagner Erich Rückert
1954 Leuchtfeuer Betrunkener Matrose
1955 Der Ochse von Kulm Heckenberger
1955 Wer seine Frau lieb hat Jochen Schall
1955 Ernst Thälmann Krischan Daik
1956 The Mayor of Zalamea Sergeant
1957 Castles and Cottages Krummer Anton
1957 Lissy Max Franke
1957 Wo Du hin gehst Albert
1957 Berlin, Schoenhauser Corner VP-Kommissar
1957 Spur in die Nacht Mann mit Lederjacke
1957 Gejagt bis zum Morgen Karl Baumann
1958 Rocník 21 Weiß
1958 Der Prozeß wird vertagt Michael Vierkant
1958 The Sailor's Song August Lenz
1959 Erich Kubak Erich Kubak
1960 Das Leben beginnt Direktor Gruber
1960 Schritt für Schritt Dreher Rochlitz
1961 Pyat dney - pyat nochey
1961 Der Arzt von Bothenow Parteisekretär Karl Lange
1962 Die schwarze Galeere König Philipp II von Spanien
1962 Entdeckung des Julian Böll
1962 Die Jagd nach dem Stiefel Julius Gemse
1963 At A French Fireside Ludovic
1967 Geschichten jener Nacht Painter (segment "Phönix")
1972 Trotz alledem! (final film role)


External links


  1. ^ "Biography: Raimund Schelcher". Retrieved 18 July 2014.
  2. ^ "Raimund Schlecher at Film Portal". Retrieved 18 July 2014.
  3. ^ "Raimund Schelcher". Retrieved 18 July 2014.
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