Karl Beckersachs

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Karl Beckersachs
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Karl Nikolaus Beckersachs

26 September 1886
Died31 March 1951
Other namesCarl Beckersachs
Years active1912-1936 (film)

Karl Beckersachs (1886–1951) was a German stage and film actor. [1] He is sometimes credited as Carl Beckersachs.


Selected filmography

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  1. Goble p.481