Max Willenz

Lowest Rated: 33% Pin-Up Girl (1944)
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A bald, jovial-looking character actor from Austria, Max Willenz was very busy in Hollywood films during World War II but was, oddly enough, usually cast as a Frenchman (the barkeeper Louis in Dr. Renault's Secret, 1942; the captain in Mademoiselle Fifi, 1944 ) or Russian characters (Dr. Grutschakoff in The Heavenly Body, 1943; Mr. Slepoff in A Likely Story, 1947). In fact, Willenz once again played a Frenchman, a court clerk, in his final film, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953).

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Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
98% Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Court Clerk 1953
97% Stalag 17 German Lieutenant Supervisor 1953
No Score Yet Dancing in the Dark Sommelier 1949
No Score Yet The Great Sinner Policeman 1949
No Score Yet Desire Me Dr. Poulin 1947
No Score Yet It Happened on 5th Avenue Musician 1947
No Score Yet Northwest Outpost Peasant 1947
33% Pin-Up Girl Waiter 1944
No Score Yet The Heavenly Body Dr. Gurtchakoff 1944
No Score Yet In Our Time Headwaiter 1944
60% Mademoiselle Fifi Captain 1944
No Score Yet I Married an Angel Assistant Manager 1942
93% The Pride of the Yankees Colletti 1942
No Score Yet When Ladies Meet Pierre 1941

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