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Heinz Ruhmann
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Carl Froelich
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Peter Lorre
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Zarah Leander
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Clemens Hasse
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Brigitte Horney
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Hans Albers

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Hans Albers

German actor and singer add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1891.

Countries: Germany (61%), Sweden (11%), Austria (11%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Heinz Ruhmann, Carl Froelich, Bavaria

Linked to: McDonald's, The Bank Crash of Unter den Linden

 

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Hans Albers was born in 1891 add something


1915

In 1915 Albers was drafted to serve in the German Army in World War I, but was wounded early on add something


1929

After roles in over one hundred silent films, Albers starred in the first German talkie "Die Nacht gehört uns" in 1929 add something


1930

Albers himself shot to fame in 1930 with the movie "Der Greifer" and constantly enhanced his star status with similar daredevil roles in the 1930s add something

 

Eventually he found an opening with respectful wisdom-with-age type character parts with some public acclaim, but with these never again enjoyed the huge stardom of the 1930s and early 1940s add something

 

He was the single biggest male movie star in Germany between 1930 and 1945 and one of the most popular German actors of the twentieth century add something


1932

Clemens Hasse - Hasse first appeared in a UFA movie in 1932 and acted in several movies next to popular stars like Heinz Rühmann or Hans Albers

 

Peter Lorre - In 1932 he appeared alongside Hans Albers in the science fiction film F.P.1 antwortet nicht about an artificial island in the mid-Atlantic.


1933

When the Nazis came to power in 1933, Albers and his Jewish girlfriend Hansi Burg moved to Starnberger See in Bavaria add something

 

Carl Froelich - By 1933 Froelich was one of Germany's most noted film artists, producing successful films with the stars of the period, among others Hans Albers, Heinz_Rühmann, Ingrid Bergman and Zarah Leander


1937

Karl Hartl - Karl Hartl had some experience in Spanish documentaries, and in 1937 directed the popular criminal comedy "Der Mann, der Sherlock Holmes war" starring Hans Albers and Heinz Rühmann


1939

Hansi Burg went to Switzerland and to Great Britain in 1939, but they secretly remained a couple with him even managing to send her financial support add something


1943

Also in 1943, Albers starred in another classic German film "Große Freiheit Nr. 7" with actress Ilse Werner add something

 

In 1943, Albers was paid a huge sum of money to star in Ufa's big-budgeted anniversary picture "Münchhausen" but was careful not to give the impression that he was endorsing the National Socialist regime, which was indeed, never asked of him add something

 

Brigitte Horney - Best remembered was her role as Empress Katherine the Great in the 1943 version of the UFA film version of "Baron Munchhausen", directed by Josef von Báky, with Hans Albers in the title role


1950

By the early 1950s, his age finally showed and his powerful presence and freshness was almost gone add something

 

This was promoted by his increasing alcoholism during the 1950s add something


1955

The Last Laugh - In 1955 the film was remade starring Hans Albers


1960

Albers died in 1960 in a sanatorium near the Starnberg See of internal bleedings add something

 

The relationship ended only when he died in 1960 add something


Hans Albers died in 1960 add something


1984

Jorg Immendorff - In 1984, he opened the bar "La Paloma" near the Reeperbahn in Hamburg St. Pauli and created a large bronze sculpture of Hans Albers there


1986

As a case in point, McDonald's used such an image in an American television ad campaign in 1986 add something


1995

" Berlin; Weinheim: Beltz Quadriga 1995 add something


2005

" Ellert & Richter, Hamburg 2005 add something