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Theodore Wilhelm (1909–1971) was a German actor. [1] [2]



1955 Little Red Monkey Secretary of the International Social Club
1955 Scotland Yard, The Stateless ManSlavik, a wrongly accused man [3]
1956 Assignment Redhead German Thug
1958 Blood of the Vampire Emaciated Prisoner
1958 The Trollenberg Terror Fritz
1959 Murder at Site 3 Uncredited
1960 A Circle of Deception Uncredited
1960 Shoot to Kill Nikolai
1961The PursuersParris
1967 The Dirty Dozen German OfficerUncredited

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