Hans Schumm

Total Box Office:
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Highest Rated:
100% Sahara (1943)
Lowest Rated:
0% Revolt of the Zombies (1936)
Birthday:
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Birthplace:
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Bio:
On American stages since 1927 and in Hollywood from the mid-'30s, Stuttgart-born Hans Schumm was well situated when the inevitable calls for German-accented actors came at the onset of World War II. With his piercing eyes and sculpted face, Schumm played some of the worst offenders of Nazi…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Captain Sindbad
  • Actor
-- 1963
Question 7
  • Actor
-- 1961
Desire Me
  • Actor
-- 1947
Golden Earrings
  • Policeman
-- 1947
75% Cloak and Dagger
  • German Agent
-- 1946
Son of Lassie
  • German Command Officer
-- 1945
Uncertain Glory
  • Gestapo Agent
-- 1944
Up in Arms
  • Actor
-- 1944
Margin for Error
  • Kurt Muller
-- 1943
Mission to Moscow
  • Actor
-- 1943
71% This Land Is Mine
  • Actor
-- 1943
The Moon Is Down
  • Capt. Bentick
-- 1943
100% Sahara
  • Sgt. Krause
-- 1943
Invisible Agent
  • SS Man
-- 1942
Spy Smasher
  • The Mask
-- 1942
Once Upon a Honeymoon
  • Actor
-- 1942
Atlantic Convoy
  • Cdr. von Smith
-- 1942
Pardon My Sarong
  • Moss
-- 1942
20% They Got Me Covered
  • Schmidt
-- 1942
Foreign Agent
  • Werner
-- 1942
71% Desperate Journey
  • Actor
-- 1942
100% All Through the Night
  • Anton
-- 1941
Underground
  • Heller's Aide
-- 1941
A Yank in the R.A.F.
  • German Soldier
-- 1941
So Ends Our Night
  • Kobel
-- 1941
Hitler: Beast of Berlin
  • Schaefer
-- 1939
0% Revolt of the Zombies
  • German Soldier
-- 1936
Folies Bergère de Paris, (The Man from the Folies Bergere)
  • Actor
-- 1935
The Song of Songs
  • Butler
-- 1933

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Quotes from Hans Schumm's Characters

    1. Drover: He was just another murderer [ie Picard]..... Nobody can help me decide this. [ie the fate of Picard]
    2. Jean Picard: I'd better be going along, Gestapo clocks may be fast.
    3. Jean Picard: Somehow [Paris] is always beautiful before dark.
    4. Jean Picard: Tell Marianne... we'll think of something.
    5. Drover: What is it that brought you [Picard] back. [to turn himself in to the Gestapo]
    6. Jean Picard: What time do they shoot me?
    7. Jean Picard: Its been a long road.
    8. Jean Picard: Yes, but it has a good ending.
    9. Gestapo Agent: You see, you forgot how to answer that one. [a question that quizzed all captives]
    From Uncertain Glory. Submitted by rick b (2 years ago)
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