Paul Weigel

Highest Rated: 97% Ninotchka (1939)
Lowest Rated: 55% Dracula's Daughter (1936)
Birthday: Invalid date
Birthplace: Not Available
Though born in Germany, Paul Weigel generally played French and Spanish aristocrats during the silent era. Active in films from 1917 to 1943, Weigel spent most of the talkie era portraying kindly ministers. Every so often he would show up in a comedy, notably the 1925 Our Gang two-reeler Boys Will Be Joys. Paul Weigel's best-remembered talkie assignment was the philosophical Jewish ghetto-dweller Mr. Agar in Chaplin's The Great Dictator (1940).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Where Do We Go from Here? Dutch Councilman 1945
No Score Yet The Hairy Ape Doctor 1944
No Score Yet Happy Land Pop Schmidt 1943
No Score Yet Above Suspicion Elderly Man 1943
No Score Yet Reunion in France Old Man 1942
No Score Yet Miss V. from Moscow Henri Devallier 1942
No Score Yet Joan of Paris Janitor 1942
No Score Yet Crossroads Old Man 1942
83% I Wake Up Screaming Old Man 1941
92% The Great Dictator Mr. Agar 1940
97% Ninotchka Vladimir 1939
No Score Yet Little Tough Guy Proprietor 1938
No Score Yet The Gold Racket Assayer 1937
No Score Yet Maytime Prompter 1937
No Score Yet Lancer Spy Hotel Manager Schreiber 1937
No Score Yet Ladies in Love Waiter 1936
55% Dracula's Daughter The Innkeeper 1936
67% The Invisible Ray Monsieur Noyer 1936
88% The Black Cat Stationmaster 1934
60% The Vampire Bat (Blood Sucker) (Forced to Sin) Holdstadt 1933
No Score Yet Back Street Mr. Schmidt 1932
No Score Yet His Guiding Destiny Actor 1932
No Score Yet The Leatherneck Petrovitch 1929
No Score Yet For Heaven's Sake Brother Paul, the Optimist 1926
No Score Yet Mademoiselle Midnight Napoleon III 1924
No Score Yet Kismet Afife 1920

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