The death of Claus Biederstaedt: A came through

For "The bridge", Bernhard Wickis rousing war film from 1959 about the use of the flak helpers, he was already too old, as Volker Lechtenbrink, and Fritz Wepp

The death of Claus Biederstaedt: A came through

For "The bridge", Bernhard Wickis rousing war film from 1959 about the use of the flak helpers, he was already too old, as Volker Lechtenbrink, and Fritz Wepper ran had to; but it was his story that was told. Claus Biederstaedt, 1928 in Pomerania born must, in addition to he son-in-law, of course, adamant, Terrible experienced, but was nevertheless, or therefore, one of the most brilliant phenomena of the post-war German film. The sixteen-year-old high school students were sent to the Eastern front waste his comrades in a row died, the mother thought him a favor and committed suicide out of desperation, suicide. What was the Generation, which was of the like never have anything to say?

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Claus Biederstaedt the discipline, and Can be, a flawless speaker, and his body-controlling completely actor, and he had the right teacher. Quadflieg wants to play house, where Biederstaedt came to the stage and taught him at Hamburg, and made his debut term, 1952, in the sultry, time set typical of the human nobility physician - and late returnees melodrama "The great temptation", what he got right away the German film award. So his Role was also reasonably: the winning occurring young man who can't get to you, a kind of modern Heinz Rühmann, who, however, had the misfortune to be dark-haired, and to find it, other than be born a contemporary of Hardy Kruger, as the more interesting of the German in Hollywood no use.

What was he doing in this country, can see. Whether it's the slapstick ("Charley's aunt"), classic Comedy ("Three men in the snow", according to Kästner) or melodrama ("The last summer") – everywhere he went, as a doctor, musician, or advertising man, a good figure, not just a "type of son-in-law".

The German Film was always shallow, Biederstaedt played perfectly and professionally in the Seventies-TV-crime-and turned more and more to the dubbing, in which he brought it to the championship. He has lent his almost ideal-typical beautiful baritone Marlon Brando (at least in the daring "Last Tango of Paris"), Peter O'toole, Inspector Columbo, and James garner's the Rockford files and in various documentaries as a voice-over used, when you felt at any time recovered, he made an international career. Now, Claus Biederstaedt died shortly before his ninety-second birthday, close to Munich.

Updated Date: 22 June 2020, 14:19

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