Adolf Fischer (actor)

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Adolf Fischer
Born(1900-11-18)18 November 1900
Died21 October 1984(1984-10-21) (aged 83)
Years active1931–1977

Adolf Fischer (18 November 1900 – 21 October 1984) was a German actor. [1] He appeared in more than sixty films from 1931 to 1977.


Selected filmography

1931 Kameradschaft
1932 Kuhle Wampe Karl Genosse
Spoiling the Game
1933 Three Bluejackets and a Blonde
1937 Der Etappenhase
Alarm in Peking Reiter
Unternehmen Michael
1938 The Muzzle Detective Schibulski
By a Silken Thread Arbeiter bei Hellwerth
1939 Uproar in Damascus Spoekmann
D III 88 Gefreiter Zeissler
Shoulder Arms Unteroffizier Schmidt
1941 Stukas
1942 Beloved World
Doctor Crippen Funker Menton
1943 Circus Renz
1946 Somewhere in Berlin
1944–1947 Quax in Africa Brückner
1965 Solange Leben in mir ist
1977 The Incorrigible Barbara

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