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Hans Christian Blech

Highest Rated:   100% Decision Before Dawn (1951)
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Birthplace:   Darmstadt, Germany
Authoritative German character actor Hans-Christian Blech made his earliest film appearances in 1949. Blech was introduced to American audiences in the role of Tiger in 20th Century Fox's Decision Before Dawn. Thereafter, he was frequently seen as military types in such all-star World War II re-creations as The Longest Day (1962) and The Bridge at Remagen (1969). Larger roles came Hans-Christian Blech's way in director Paul May's 08/15 trilogy of 1955, and in Wim Wenders' 1973 adaptation of The Scarlet Letter, in which Blech played Roger Chillingworth.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Solange das Herz schlägt (As Long as the Heart Still Beats)
  • Actor
2012
No Score Yet La voleuse (Chimney No. 4)
  • Actor
2012
No Score Yet The Magic Mountain (Der Zauberberg)
  • Actor
2007
No Score Yet Oberst Redl (Colonel Redl)
  • Col. von Roden
1985
No Score Yet Thomas Mann's The Magic Mountain
  • Hofrat Behrens
1982
No Score Yet Messer im Kopf (Knife in the Head)
  • Scholz
1978
No Score Yet Der Mädchenkrieg (Maiden's War)
  • Sellmann
1977
No Score Yet Falsche Bewegung
  • Laertes
1975
No Score Yet Flesh and the Orchid
  • Gyula
1975
No Score Yet Dirty Hands
  • Judge
1975
60% Wrong Move (Falsche Bewegung)
  • Actor
1975
No Score Yet Giordano Bruno
  • Sartori
1973
No Score Yet Der Scharlachrote Buchstabe (The Scarlet Letter)
  • Roger Chillingworth
1973
No Score Yet The Bridge at Remagen
  • Capt. Carl Schmidt
1969
67% Battle of the Bulge
  • Conrad
1965
No Score Yet Morituri
  • Donkeyman
1965
No Score Yet The Visit
  • Capt. Dobrik
1964
92% The Longest Day
  • Maj. Pluskat
1962
No Score Yet L'enclos (Enclosure)
  • Actor
1961
No Score Yet Kinder, Mütter und ein General (Children, Mother, and the General)
  • Actor
1955
100% Decision Before Dawn
  • Tiger
1951
No Score Yet The Affair Blum
  • Bonte
1949

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