Peter Voss, Hero of the Day
Peter Voss, Hero of the Day is a 1959 West German comedy crime film directed by Georg Marischka and starring O. W. Fischer, Linda Christian and Walter Giller, it was a sequel to the 1958 film Peter Voss, Thief of Millions, based on the novel of the same title by Ewald Gerhard Seeliger. O. W. Fischer as Peter Voss Linda Christian as Grace McNaughty Walter Giller as Bobby Dodd Peter Vogel as Prinz José Villarossa Ingmar Zeisberg as Dolly Peter Mosbacher as Baron de Clock Helga Sommerfeld as Mary de la Roche Ludwig Linkmann as Rechtsanwalt Perrier Ralf Wolter as Charley, der Jockey Ady Berber as Leslie aus Texas Stanislav Ledinek as Präsident Lucie Englisch as Haushälterin Popa, Dorin. O. W. Fischer: seine Filme, sein Leben. Wilhelm Heyne, 1989. Peter Voss, Hero of the Day on IMDb
The Unicorn (1978 film)
The Unicorn is a 1978 West German drama film directed by Peter Patzak and starring Peter Vogel, Gila von Weitershausen and Christiane Rücker. It is based on the novel of the same title by Martin Walser. Peter Vogel as Anselm Kristlein Gila von Weitershausen as Birga Kristlein Miriam Spoerri as Melanie Sugg, Verlegerin Christiane Rücker as Barbara Salzer Lucie Visser as Orli Anton Diffring as Blomich Lilian Rack as Rosa Isolde Barth as Maria Harald von Koeppelle as Beumann Hans-Helmut Dickow as Nacke Dominik Brout Helmut Fischer as Dr. Blagge Emmerich Schäfer as Karsch Sepp Wäsche as Gustav Janzen Gerd Eichen as Heinrich Müller Hannes Kaetner as Riedessen Hans Reiser as Urologe Lutz Hilbert as Bamber Elma Karlowa as die Grüne Jochen Jahn as Dr. Klüsel Eberhard Steib as Fabrikant Klaus-Dieter König as Dr. Hornseifer Manfred Boehm as Pater Achtwein Helmut Wüstmann as Autoverkäufer Eric Rentschler. German Film & Literature. Routledge, 2013; the Unicorn on IMDb
All the Sins of the Earth
All the Sins of the Earth is a 1958 West German drama film directed by Fritz Umgelter and starring Barbara Rütting, Ivan Desny and Paul Dahlke. Barbara Rütting as Dr. Regine Lenz Ivan Desny as Lawyer Stephan Hardeck Paul Dahlke as Dr. Volkert Hannelore Bollmann as Marion Blanc-Evert Wolfgang Büttner as Father Hildebrand Herbert Kroll as Lenz's Father Albert Lieven as Judge Peter Vogel as Willi Lenz Elfe Gerhart Dieter Kirchlechner Bock, Hans-Michael & Bergfelder, Tim; the Concise CineGraph. Encyclopedia of German Cinema. Berghahn Books, 2009. All the Sins of the Earth on IMDb
The Man Who Walked Through the Wall
The Man Who Walked Through the Wall is a 1959 West German comedy film directed by Ladislao Vajda, starring Heinz Rühmann and Nicole Courcel. It tells the story of a man who out of frustration discovers that he has the ability to walk through walls; the film is based on the novella The Man Who Walked Through Walls by Marcel Aymé. Heinz Rühmann as Herr Buchsbaum Nicole Courcel as Yvonne Steiner Rudolf Rhomberg as Painter Rudolf Vogel as Fuchs Peter Vogel as Hirschfeld Hubert von Meyerinck as Pickler Hans Leibelt as Holtzheimer The film premiered in Germany on 14 October 1959, it was released in the United States on 16 October 1964. Mr. Peek-a-Boo The Man Who Walked Through the Wall on IMDb
Nikolas Vogel was an Austrian-German film actor and news camera operator. Nikolas Vogel belonged to a family of famous actors and he became an actor. Vogel left the acting profession to report the news and worked for a short time as journalist before he was killed in the Ten-Day War as Yugoslavia was dividing in the aftermath of Marshall Josip Broz Tito's death. Vogel was killed in a missile incident along with his Austrian colleague Norbert Werner. Nikolas Vogel was born 9 March 1967 in Austria, he was born into an acting family. His mother, Gertraud Jesserer, was a well known Austrian theater and television actress, she appeared in theater performances at the Deutsches Schauspielhaus in Hamburg, Burgtheater in Vienna, the Munich Kammerspiele among others. She appeared in the Austrian, German-language TV show Familie Leitner, his father Peter Vogel was a well known German actor, whose career included a role in the 1978 US TV Miniseries Holocaust. His grandfather was Rudolf Vogel and a famous and successful actor.
His grandfather was acting at the Landesbühne in Munich and the Munich Kammerspiele. He did several film productions as well. Nikolas had a younger brother Michael. Nikolas Vogel acted in movies and TV shows before becoming a journalist. Acting in teenage roles, Vogel had a starring role in The Inheritors, his character, Thomas Feigl, is a young boy. Requim for Dominic Eurocops O zivej vode Bibos Maenner Herzklopfen The Inheritors Was Kostet Der Sieg? Nikolas Vogel was working as a freelance photojournalist when he was killed along with colleague Norbert Werner on 28 June 1991 at the Ljubljana Airport, Slovenia, they were both killed by missile that struck their car during a Yugoslav Federal Army attack on the airport during Ten-Day War after Slovenia declared its independence. Slovenia celebrated its entry into Schengen Treaty with other European countries at the site where Vogel and Werner were killed; the two journalists were acknowledged at the celebration. Ten-Day War#28 June 1991 & Ten-Day War#Casualties Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport List of Austrian films of the 1980s List of journalists killed in Europe Holmstrom, John.
The Moving Picture Boy: An International Encyclopaedia from 1895 to 1995. Norwich, UK: Michael Russell, 1996, pg. 367. Newseum online exhibits for Nick Vogel and Norbert Werner
Freddy and the Millionaire
Freddy and the Millionaire is a 1961 Italian-West German musical film directed by Paul May and starring Freddy Quinn, Heinz Erhardt and Grit Boettcher. It was shot at the Baldham Studios on location in Ischia; the film's sets were designed by the art directors Werner Rolf Zehetbauer. Freddy Quinn as Fritz Meyer Heinz Erhardt as Präsident John Stone, Millionär Grit Boettcher as Edith Schmidt Vittoria Prada as Silvia Stone Hubert von Meyerinck as Direktor Walloschek Peter Vogel as Kunststudent Claus Wilcke as Rex Joseph Offenbach as Robert, Diener Enrico Viarisio as Arzt Giustino Durano as Polizist Cathrin Heyer as June Henry van Lyck as Jellicot, Sekretär Gerd Potyka Paul Bös Harry Hertzsch Paul Bürks as van Straaten Grethe Weiser as Mrs. Keller Betty Curtis Ursula Herwig as Silvia Stone Ulla Nielsen as Herself - Singer Ulla Richter Klaus Schwarzkopf as Polizist Reimer, Robert C. & Reimer, Carol J. The A to Z of German Cinema. Scarecrow Press, 2010. Freddy and the Millionaire on IMDb
Taiga (1958 film)
Taiga is a 1958 West German drama film directed by Wolfgang Liebeneiner and starring Ruth Leuwerik, Hannes Messemer and Günter Pfitzmann. It was shot at the Bavaria Studios in Munich; the film's sets were designed by the art directors Robert Gottfried Will. The title refers to the taiga. During the Second World War a female Doctor tends to the German prisoners held in a camp in Siberia. Ruth Leuwerik as Hanna Dietrich Hannes Messemer as Roeder Günter Pfitzmann as Dickmann Viktor Staal as Weber Hans Quest as Weinert Paul Bösiger as Reimers Walter Ladengast as Bachmann Willi Rose as Berthold Charles Regnier as Becker Alexander Engel as Sazarin Peter Lühr as Westrecht Werner Hessenland as Kessler August Holler as Schönreich Egon Vogel as Beyfuss Georg Lehn as Fahlke Willy Schultes as Seitz Peter Capell as Richter Arnulf Schröder as Feuerbach Wolfgang Büttner as Sennewald Wolf Ackva as Engelhardt Ernst Konstantin as Malinkovic Peter Vogel as Winter Frey, Mattias. Postwall German Cinema: History, Film History and Cinephilia.
Berghahn Books, 2013. Taiga on IMDb