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Frederick Giermann

Highest Rated: 100% Five Graves to Cairo (1943)

Lowest Rated: 57% A Night in Casablanca (1946)

Birthday: Jun 3, 1902

Birthplace: Not Available

Looking like the very picture of a sly Nazi agent, German-born character actor Frederick Giermann plied his insidious trade in scores of Hollywood pictures during World War II. He played the escaped Nazi spy Kurz in British Intelligence (1940), the inventor of a device that can alter a phonographic record in the action serial Adventures of Smilin' Jack (1943), and Heinrich Himmler, the head of the feared SS, in the speculative The Strange Death of Adolf Hitler (1943). Giermann could also be the victim of German atrocities, as in the-then incendiary Beasts of Berlin (1939), in which he was Father Pommer, one of the decent citizens attempting to overthrow the demonic regime. Like so many of his compatriots, Giermann's screen career waned in the post-war era.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet Golden Earrings Sergeant 1947
No Score Yet Calcutta Tea Planter 1947
57% A Night in Casablanca Kurt 1946
No Score Yet Paris Underground Gestapo Sergeant 1945
No Score Yet Counter-Attack (One Against Seven) Weiler 1945
No Score Yet U-Boat Prisoner First Officer Kerck 1944
No Score Yet Calling Dr. Death Father 1943
No Score Yet The Cross of Lorraine Corp. Daxer 1943
No Score Yet Immortal Sergeant German Soldier 1943
No Score Yet They Came to Blow Up America Gestapo 1943
100% Five Graves to Cairo German Sergeant 1943
No Score Yet Edge of Darkness German Soldier 1943
No Score Yet Hitler---Dead or Alive Meyer 1942
No Score Yet Once Upon a Honeymoon German 1942
No Score Yet Underground Radio Man 1941
No Score Yet Hitler -- Beast of Berlin Pommer 1939
No Score Yet One in a Million German Announcer 1936

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