Paul Samson-Körner

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Paul Samson-Körner
Born 1887
Zwickau, German Empire
Died 25 August 1942
Occupation Boxer, Actor
Years active 1926-1942 (film)

Paul Samson-Körner (13 November 1887 - 25 August 1942) was a German heavyweight boxer. After retiring he became a stage and film actor. [1]

Heavyweight is a weight class in combat sports.

Selected filmography

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  1. Lyon p.51