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Rolf Wanka
Born(1901-02-14)14 February 1901
Vienna, Austria
Died28 November 1982(1982-11-28) (aged 81)
Munich, Germany
OccupationActor
Years active1931–1976
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Rolf Wanka (14 February 1901 – 28 November 1982) was an Austrian actor.[1][dead link] He appeared in more than 100 films and television shows between 1931 and 1976. He was married to the actress Friedl Czepa.

Selected filmography

  • M (1931) - Man (uncredited)
  • Wehe, wenn er losgelassen (1932) - Der heilige Petrus
  • Pozdní máj (1934) - Ing. Nedbal
  • Matka Krácmerka (1934) - MUC. Václav Zdeborský
  • Die törichte Jungfrau (1935) - Anton Rabeling
  • The World's in Love (1935) - Peter, sein Sohn
  • Buchhalter Schnabel (1935) - Hans Binder
  • Circus Saran (1935) - Kurt von Herdegen
  • Polibek ve snehu (1935) - Petr Bard
  • Liebe auf Bretteln (1935) - Peter Bard
  • Hilde Petersen postlagernd (1936) - Dr. Victor Franke - Rechtsanwalt
  • Divoch (1936) - Mirko Rolín
  • Arme kleine Inge (1936, German-language version of Sextánka) - Professor Strom
  • Father Vojtech (1936) - Father Vojtech Dvorecký
  • Srdce v soumraku (1936) - Pavel Vach
  • Irca's Romance (1936) - Lexa Hora
  • Not a Word About Love (1937, German-language version of Poslíček lásky) - Hubert Kersten - Modeschöpfer
  • Sextánka (1937) - Prof. Jirí Hron
  • Výdělečné ženy (1937) - Ing. Marek
  • Escape to the Adriatic (1937, German-language version of Irca's Romance) - Fred Bergen - Monteur
  • Poslíček lásky (1937) - Pavel Toman
  • Lízin let do nebe (1937) - Dr. Petr Tumlir
  • Krok do tmy (1938) - Ronny
  • Heiraten - aber wen? (1938) - Dr. Felix Hübner
  • Rote Rosen - blaue Adria (1938, German-language version of Divoch) - Peter Danner
  • Alert in the Mediterranean (1938) - von Schlieden
  • Linen from Ireland (1939) - Dr. Goll
  • Dein Leben gehört mir (1939)
  • The Right to Love (1939) - Martin Förchinger, sein Förster u. Verwalter
  • My Daughter Doesn't Do That (1940) - Georg Bartenberg
  • Anuschka (1942) - Dr. Sascha Wendt
  • Orizzonte di sangue (1942) - Sergio
  • Hundstage (1944) - Dr. Peter Kirchner
  • Umwege zu dir (1947)
  • Gruß und Kuß aus der Wachau (1950) - Ulrich Kürenberg
  • The Magic Face (1951) - Gen. Rodenbusch
  • Maria Theresa (1951) - Oberstkämmerer Khevenhüller
  • Wienerinnen (1952)
  • Die Fiakermilli (1953) - Major Graf Eggern
  • The Poacher (1953) - Staatsanwalt
  • Stars Over Colombo (1953) - Staatsanwalt
  • Franz Schubert (1953) - Franz Schober
  • Street Serenade (1953)
  • The Prisoner of the Maharaja (1954) - Staatsanwalt
  • Der rote Prinz (1954) - Rittmeister Graf Daun
  • Nel gorgo del peccato (1954)
  • Der schweigende Engel (1954) - Kats
  • Hochstaplerin der Liebe (1954) - Baron Goutten
  • Ball der Nationen (1954) - Brambachen
  • Klisura (1956) - Mihael
  • Miedo (1956) - Arturo Spiegel
  • Todos somos necesarios (1956) - Marcos Alberola
  • Embajadores en el Infierno (1956) - Mikhail
  • La mestiza (1956) - Álex
  • Drei Birken auf der Heide (1956) - Ernö, Zigeunerprimas
  • Viaje de novios (1956) - Luis
  • The Battalion in the Shadows (1957) - Narrador
  • Horas de pánico (1957)
  • Der lachende Vagabund (1958)
  • The Priest and the Girl (1958) - Fiori
  • A Gift for Heidi (1958) - Mr. Binder
  • Your Body Belongs to Me (1959)
  • For Love and Others (1959) - Senor Ravella
  • Die schöne Lügnerin (1959) - Graf Waldau Senior / Count Waldau Sr.
  • Der lustige Krieg des Hauptmann Pedro [de] (1959) - Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor
  • X-25 javlja (1960)
  • Drei Mann in einem Boot (1961) - Dr. Flüeli
  • Die blonde Frau des Maharadscha (1962) - Staatsanwalt
  • Auf Wiedersehen am blauen Meer (1962) - Anulfi
  • Captain Sindbad (1963) - The King
  • Der Chef wünscht keine Zeugen (1964)
  • Sünde mit Rabatt (1968) - Kurt
  • Wer weint denn schon im Freudenhaus? (1970) - Gerichtspräsident Lehmann
  • Josefine Mutzenbacher II - Meine 365 Liebhaber (1971) - Dr. Frischauer
  • Wenn mein Schätzchen auf die Pauke haut (1971) - A. R. Werner
  • Paragraph 218 - Wir haben abgetrieben, Herr Staatsanwalt (1971)
  • The Internecine Project (1974) - Art Dealer
  • The Desert of the Tartars (1976) - Prosdocimo

References

  1. ^ "Rolf Wanka". csfd.cz. Retrieved 27 January 2011.

External links

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