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  1. Rudolf Klein-Rogge - Wikipedia

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    Friedrich Rudolf Klein (24 November 1885 – 29 May 1955), better known as Rudolf Klein-Rogge, was a German film actor, best known for playing sinister figures in films in the 1920s and 1930s as well as being a mainstay in director Fritz Lang 's Weimar -era films.

  2. Rudolf Klein-Rogge - IMDb

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    During the heyday of German silent cinema, Rudolf Klein-Rogge was the prototype for the master criminal, the irredeemable arch villain or mad scientist. Born in Cologne, he served as a cadet in a Prussian military academy before finishing his matriculation.

  3. Rudolf Klein-Rogge - Biography - IMDb

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    During the heyday of German silent cinema, Rudolf Klein-Rogge was the prototype for the master criminal, the irredeemable arch villain or mad scientist. Born in Cologne, he served as a cadet in a Prussian military academy before finishing his matriculation.

  4. Rudolf Klein-Rogge - Rotten Tomatoes

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    Birthplace: Cologne, Germany Prominent performer of the 1920s and 30s who starred in several of Fritz Lang's German masterpieces, most notably as master criminal Dr. Mabuse. Klein-Rogge later...

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  5. Rudolf Klein-Rogge Biography | Fandango

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    Rudolf Klein-Rogge was one of Germany's more gifted character actors, in both theater and film, and was a mainstay of Fritz Lang's movies from 1920-1932. Born in Cologne in 1888 (though some sources say 1885), he studied art history in Berlin and Bonn, but his real interest was in the theater.

    • November 24, 1888
  6. Rudolf Klein-Rogge - Home | Facebook

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    Rudolf Klein-Rogge. 57 likes. Friedrich Rudolf Klein-Rogge, (* 24. November 1885 in Köln; † 29. Mai 1955 in Wetzelsdorf bei Jagerberg, ca. 40 km südöstlich von Graz in Österreich) war ein bekannter...

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  7. Amazon.com: Dr. Mabuse: The Gambler [Blu-ray]: Rudolf Klein ...

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    The film is dominated by the presence of Rudolf Klein-Rogge as Mabuse. A top German actor of the silent era, he is best known today for his performance as the mad scientist Rotwang in Lang's Metropolis.

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  8. Rudolf Klein-Rogge - Nachlass

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    Nachlass des Schauspielers Rudolf Klein-Rogge. Hans Otto wusste wohl das Klein-Rogge Schauspieler war und auch das er den Dr.Mabuse gespielt hat, irgendwann in schwarz/weiss; aber das Klein-Rogge ein Superstar der zwanziger Jahre war und in den größten Klassikern der Filmgeschichte Hauptrollen spielte, das überrascht ihn.

  9. Amazon.com: Dr. Mabuse, The Gambler: Rudolf Klein-Rogge, Aud ...

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    (He's played by Rudolf Klein-Rogge, who would repeat the part ten years later in The Testament of Dr. Mabuse and also, in spirit if not in name, in Lang's dazzling 1928 film Spies; he was also the inventor Rotwang in Metropolis --as well as, offscreen, the former husband of Lang's screenwriter wife Thea von Harbou!)

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  10. Metropolis by Fritz Lang, Alfred Abel, Gustav Froehlich ...

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    Nov 16, 2010 · Meanwhile, he goes for advice to an old acquaintance, the inventor C.A. Rotwang (Rudolf Klein-Rogge). Rotwang once was a rival to Fredersen for the love of the woman Hel, who married Fredersen and died bearing his son, Freder.

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