Lee Kohlmar

Highest Rated: 100% Ruggles of Red Gap (1935)
Lowest Rated: 36% Son of Kong (1933)
Birthday: Invalid date
Birthplace: Not Available
This German-born, American silent-film actor began his screen career directing Hoot Gibson western 2-reelers at Universal in the early 1920s. That and High Heels (1921), a society melodrama starring Gladys Walton were the only directorial efforts for Kohlmar, who is much better remembered for playing Louis XIV in D.W. Griffith'sOrphans of the Storm (1922). Kohlmar survived the changeover to sound, but was reduced to playing minor supporting roles, usually comic foreigners. He retired in 1940.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The King and the Chorus Girl Violinist 1937
No Score Yet Rendezvous Tailor 1935
No Score Yet Death from a Distance Prof. Ernst Einfeld 1935
No Score Yet Break of Hearts Schubert 1935
No Score Yet Love in Bloom Pop Heinrich 1935
100% Ruggles of Red Gap Red Gap Jailer 1935
No Score Yet Here Comes Cookie Mr. Dingledorp 1935
No Score Yet Music in the Air Priest 1934
88% Twentieth Century Bearded Man 1934
100% The House of Rothschild Doctor 1934
No Score Yet Shoot the Works Prof. Jonas 1934
36% Son of Kong Mickey 1933
90% She Done Him Wrong Jacobson 1933
No Score Yet Roman Scandals Storekeeper 1933
No Score Yet I Love That Man Old Man Cohen 1933
No Score Yet Jewel Robbery Hollander 1932
No Score Yet Scarlet Dawn German Tailor 1932
No Score Yet The Tenderfoot Waiter 1932
No Score Yet Silver Dollar Hook 1932
No Score Yet The Sins of the Children Dr. Heinrich Schmidt 1930
No Score Yet Children of Pleasure Bernie 1930
No Score Yet Breaking Home Ties Actor 1922
92% Orphans of the Storm King Louis XVI 1921


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