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Marek Windheim

Highest Rated: 100% The Mask of Dimitrios (1944)

Lowest Rated: 33% A Royal Scandal (1945)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Not Available

A former operatic tenor, diminutive (about five feet tall) Polish-born character comedian Marek Windheim usually portrayed excitable characters, such as headwaiters and hotel clerks, often sporting a fake French accent. Making his Hollywood debut as the ballet master in Shall We Dance? (1937), Windheim popped up in countless, usually unbilled bit parts until at least 1946.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet Tarzan and the Leopard Woman Silk Merchant (uncredited) 1946
83% The Razor's Edge Waiter 1946
33% A Royal Scandal Stooge 1945
100% The Mask of Dimitrios Hotel Clerk 1944
No Score Yet In Our Time Antique Dealer 1944
No Score Yet Mrs. Parkington Gaston 1944
86% Madame Curie Jewelry Salesman 1943
76% Phantom of the Opera Renfrit 1943
No Score Yet Hi Diddle Diddle Pianist 1943
No Score Yet Mission to Moscow Mr. Sokolnikov 1943
No Score Yet I Married an Angel Marcel 1942
93% Mrs. Miniver Glee Club Member 1942
100% Holiday Inn Francois 1942
No Score Yet Crossroads Clerk at Airport 1942
No Score Yet Play Girl Dr. Alonso Corvini the Orchestra Conductor 1941
No Score Yet Too Many Blondes Manuel 1941
97% Ninotchka Manager 1939
No Score Yet There's Always a Woman Head Waiter 1938
No Score Yet She Married an Artist Jacques 1938
100% Something to Sing About Farney 1937
No Score Yet I'll Take Romance Henri 1937
89% Shall We Dance Ballet Master 1937

QUOTES FROM Marek Windheim CHARACTERS

Ted Hanover says: I like it here... with you and Linda. [to Hardy]

Jim Hardy says: answers: And we love having you. When are you leaving?

Francois says: How can I stop him sir when I don't know which way is Connecticut!

Jim Hardy says: A drink? Boy you were fractured!

Mamie says: [about winning Linda back] You could melt her heart right down to butter, if you'd only turn on the heat!

Linda Mason says: You sound sweet, but you don't make sense.