Friedrich Rudolf Klein (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 main-stay in director Fritz Lang's Weimar-era films.
The actor Rudolf Klein-Rogge first attended a military academy on the request of his father who wanted that his son will make a military career. But this was not the right world for Rudolf Klein-Rogge and he left the institution and made his school leaving examination at the secondary school in Cologne.
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.
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Friedrich Rudolf Klein-Rogge (November 24, 1885 – May 29, 1955) was a German film actor. Klein-Rogge is known for playing sinister figures in films in the 1920s and 1930s as well as being a main-stay in director Fritz Lang's Weimar-era films.
Nov 09, 2004 · Rudolf Klein-Rogge (the inventor from METROPOLIS) stars as Haghi, the head of a powerful criminal network whose specialties are blackmail and espionage. Trying to catch him is Agent 326 (Willy Fritsch) of the German State Police where no one has a name only a number.
Friedrich Rudolf Klein-Rogge November 24, 1885 Cologne, Germany. Died. April 30, 1955 (age 69) ...
(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!)
1.) Über die Darsteller Rudolf Klein-Rogge & Theodor Loos sowie Heinrich Gretler 2.) Über den Wiener Filmregisseur & Drehbuchautor Fritz Lang + Vier Diverse Werbe-Trailer mit einer Gesamtspieldauer von 05:27 Min. + Ein mit bewegten Bildern animiert separates Kapitelmenü von 1 bis 22, die Kapitel-Bennenung gibts auch auf dem Beiblatt ( Foto ...
Rudolf Klein-Rogge also features as Mabuse in the French version with his lines being dubbed. The French version, titled Le Testament du Dr. Mabuse, was edited by Lothar Wolff in France while the film was still in production. Post-production. For the film, Lang commissioned a composer for the first time.