Wolfgang Lukschy

Birthday:
10/19/1905
Place of birth:
Berlin, Germany:
Biography:
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wolfgang Lukschy (born 19 October 1905 - 10 July 1983 in Berlin) was a German actor and dubber. He performed in theater, film and television. He made over 75 film and TV appearances between 1940 and 1979. Possibly his most noted performances worldwide were his roles as Alfred Jodl in the 1962 American war film The Longest Day and as John Baxter in Sergio Leone's 1964 production A Fistful of Dollars alongside Clint Eastwood and Gian Maria Volonté. Description above from the Wikipedia article Wolfgang Lukschy, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia​

Credits

...mit besten Empfehlungen (1979)
as Dr.Bock
Die Kette (1977)
as Father Dawson
Die Vertreibung aus dem Paradies (1977)
as Hehler
Inside Out (1975)
as Reinhard Holtz
The Odessa File (1974)
as Kranz
Paganini (1973)
as Graf Hedouville
Finito l'amor (1972)
as Ehemann
Yester - der Name stimmt doch? (1971)
as Peter O'Hara
Die nackte Gräfin (1971)
as Anatol
Die Feuerzangenbowle (1970)
as Mitglied der Tischrunde
Frisch, fromm, fröhlich, frei (1970)
as Bülow
Was ist denn bloß mit Willi los? (1970)
as Dr. Finz
Mamsell Nitouche (1969)
as Major
Affäre Dreyfuss (1968)
as Gerichtspräsident Delegorgue
Im Ballhaus ist Musike (1967)
as Charles
Lobby Doll und die Sitzstangenaffäre (1967)
..und zweitens bin ich siebzehn! (1967)
as General Harry Barclay
Old Surehand (1965)
as Judge Edwards
Durchs wilde Kurdistan (1965)
as Ali Bei
Die Hölle von Manitoba (1965)
as Charley
The Dirty Game (1965)
as russischer General
Romulus der Große (1965)
as Odoaker
Twenty-Four Hours to Kill (1965)
as Kurt Hoffner
Der Fall X701 (1964)
as Inspector Prenton
Das siebente Opfer (1964)
as Ed Ranova
Prairie-Saloon (1964)
as Skip
Sansone e il tesoro degli Incas (1964)
as El Puma
Per un pugno di dollari (1964)
as John Baxter
Scotland Yard jagt Dr. Mabuse (1963)
as Ernest Hyliard
Bekenntnisse eines möblierten Herrn (1963)
as Alfredo
The Longest Day (1962)
as Col. Gen. Alfred Jodl (uncredited)
Meine beste Freundin (1962)
as Preston Drake
Sherlock Holmes und das Halsband des Todes (1962)
as Peter Blackburn
Das letzte Kapitel (1961)
as Bertelsen
Edgar Wallace - Die toten Augen von London (1961)
as Stephen Judd
Und sowas nennt sich Leben (1961)
as Herr Berger
Nach all der Zeit (1960)
as Dr. Paul Harrer
Bis dass das Geld euch scheidet (1960)
as Manfred Grothe
Ich schwöre und gelobe (1960)
as Chefarzt Dr. Feldhusen
Die Nacht vor der Premiere (1959)
as Kriminalkommissar Peter Hall
Das verbotene Paradies (1958)
as Prof. Wetterstein
Das Mädchen vom Moorhof (1958)
as Per Eric Martinsson
Das haut hin (1957)
as Löwendompteur Carossa
Die Zürcher Verlobung (1957)
as Jürgen Kolbe
Zwölftausend (1956)
as Unterhändler Faucitt
Fuhrmann Henschel (1956)
as Georg
Skandal um Dr. Vlimmen (1956)
as Fritz Dacka
Il tesoro di Rommel (1955)
as Petersen
Ihr Leibregiment (1955)
as Manager
Die Deutschmeister (1955)
as Kaiser Wilhelm II
Der fröhliche Wanderer (1955)
as Klaus Hoppe
Emil und die Detektive (1954)
as Oberwachmeister Jeschke
Gefährtin (1954)
as Dr. Alfred Hausmann
Heideschulmeister Uwe Karsten (1954)
as Heinrich Heinsius
Du bist die Welt für mich (1953)
as Fritz
Der Feldherrnhügel (1953)
as Flügeladjutant v. Lützelburg
Drei, von denen man spricht (1953)
as Robert Wiesinger
Der Tag vor der Hochzeit (1952)
as Dr. Leiden
Heimweh nach Dir (1952)
as Georg Weiler
Was das Herz befiehlt (1951)
as Freddy
Erzieherin gesucht (1950)
as Gerd Terbrügge
Hafenmelodie (1950)
as Klaas Jansen
Hochzeit mit Erika (1950)
as Fred
Nächte am Nil (1949)
as Dr. Robert Dirig - Schriftsteller
Die Andere (1949)
as Dr. Rainer Litten
Das Mädchen Christine (1949)
as Merian
Blockierte Signale (1948)
as Bruno Kalpak
Kamerad Hedwig (1945)
as Karl Schulz
Die Frau meiner Träume (1944)
as Peter Groll, Oberingenieur
Die Degenhardts (1944)
Ich werde dich auf Händen tragen (1943)
as Dr. Viktor Büchner
Gefährtin meines Sommers (1943)
as Jochen Binding, Manfreds Freund
Zwischen Himmel und Erde (1942)
as Mathias Rottwinkel
Ohm Krüger (1941)
as Junger englischer Offizier
Friedrich Schiller – Der Triumph eines Genies (1940)
as Eleve Boigeol

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