Austrian movie stars died in 1967

Here are 6 famous actors from Austria died in 1967:

G. W. Pabst

G. W. Pabst (August 25, 1885 Roudnice nad Labem-May 29, 1967 Vienna) also known as G.W.Pabst, G.W. Pabst, GW Pabst, George Willhelm Pabst, Georg Wilhelm Papusuto, G. W. Pabst or Georg Wilhelm Pabst was an Austrian film director, screenwriter, film producer, film editor and actor. He had two children, Peter Pabst and Michael Pabst.

Pabst was known for his influential contributions to German and Austrian Expressionist cinema during the 1920s and the early 1930s. Some of his most notable works include "Pandora's Box," "The Threepenny Opera," "Westfront 1918," and "The White Hell of Pitz Palu." Pabst worked with some of the most significant actors of his time, including Louise Brooks, who starred in "Pandora's Box" and became an iconic figure in the silent film era. Pabst's films often explored themes such as sexuality, power dynamics, and social class. Despite his success, Pabst faced difficulties during the rise of Nazi Germany when he was forced to flee to France and then the United States. After World War II, he returned to Austria and continued directing films until his death in 1967.

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Ludwig Donath

Ludwig Donath (March 6, 1900 Vienna-September 29, 1967 New York City) a.k.a. Louis Donath was an Austrian actor.

He began his acting career in Vienna in the 1920s and later became a well-known stage actor in Berlin. Donath's film career began in 1931 and he acted in over 50 films, including the classic film "Judgment at Nuremberg". After fleeing Nazi Germany, he settled in the United States in 1939 and continued acting on Broadway and in Hollywood. Donath became known for his naturalistic acting style and was highly respected in the industry for his talent. He also worked as a drama coach for many actors in New York City. Donath died in 1967 at the age of 67 in New York City.

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Wolf Albach-Retty

Wolf Albach-Retty (May 28, 1906 Vienna-February 21, 1967 Vienna) also known as Wolfgang Helmuth Albert Albach, Wolf Albach Retty or Helmuth Walter Wolfgang Albach was an Austrian actor. His children are called Romy Schneider, Wolfi Albach-Retty and Sacha Darwin.

Albach-Retty began his acting career in Vienna in the 1920s and eventually appeared in over 100 films throughout his career. He was known for his roles in romantic comedies and musicals, often playing the leading man or romantic interest. Albach-Retty was also a successful stage actor, performing in productions in Vienna and Berlin.

In addition to his acting career, Albach-Retty had a notable military career. He was a member of the German Wehrmacht during World War II and was captured by the Soviet Army in 1945. He was imprisoned in a Soviet Gulag for several years before being released and returning to Austria.

Albach-Retty's most famous role was that of Emperor Franz Joseph I in the wildly popular Sissi film trilogy, which starred his daughter Romy Schneider as Empress Elisabeth of Austria. The films were box office successes in Germany and abroad, and the role of Franz Joseph became an iconic part of Albach-Retty's legacy.

Albach-Retty died suddenly of a heart attack in Vienna in 1967 at the age of 60. He is buried in the city's Zentralfriedhof cemetery.

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Anton Walbrook

Anton Walbrook (November 19, 1896 Vienna-August 9, 1967 Bavaria) a.k.a. Adolf Anton Wilhelm Wohlbrück, Adolphe Wohlbruck, Adolph Wohlbruck, Adolf Wohlbrück, Adolf Wohlbruck or Adolf Wolhbrueck was an Austrian actor.

He was born into a family of performers and started his acting career in Vienna. He quickly rose to fame in the German-speaking world, and his talents were noticed by international filmmakers, leading him to appear in numerous French and British productions.

Walbrook was known for his fervent and emotional performances, often playing elegant and passionate characters. His most notable English-speaking roles include that of Prince Albert in the 1948 film "The Red Shoes", and that of Theo Kretschmar-Schuldorff in the 1958 war film "The Battle of the River Plate." He was a recipient of the German Film Award for Best Actor in 1955.

Despite his successful career, Walbrook struggled with his personal life, as he was forced to escape Nazi Germany after they deemed him a homosexual. He later became a British citizen but was never able to fully put his past behind him.

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Max Neufeld

Max Neufeld (February 13, 1887 Guntersdorf-December 2, 1967 Vienna) a.k.a. M. Neufeld, Massimiliano Neufeld or Massimo Neufeld was an Austrian actor, film director, screenwriter, film producer and casting director.

Max Neufeld began his career in the entertainment industry as a stage actor in Vienna. He later transitioned to film, directing and producing several silent films in the 1920s. In 1925, he founded his own film production company, Neufeld-Film GmbH.

Neufeld is perhaps best known for directing the 1931 German film, "Der Mann, der seinen Moerder sucht" (The Man Who Seeks His Murderer), which has been hailed as a classic of German cinema. He later directed several films in Hollywood, including "The Great Waltz" in 1938 and "Hotel Berlin" in 1945.

In addition to his work in directing and producing, Neufeld was also a prolific casting director, helping to cast several notable films including "Casablanca" and "The Maltese Falcon".

After the end of World War II and the rise of the Nazi party, Neufeld returned to Austria and continued to work in the film industry until his death in 1967.

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Albert Ritter Conti v. Cedassamare

Albert Ritter Conti v. Cedassamare (January 29, 1887 Trieste-January 18, 1967 Hollywood) also known as Albert Conti, Albert De Conti Cadassamare or Albert Ritter Conti v.Cedassamare was an Austrian actor.

He began his acting career in Europe in the early 1900s, performing both on stage and in silent films. He later relocated to the United States, where he continued to work in the film industry and played supporting roles in over 100 movies. Some of his notable appearances include roles in "Gone with the Wind," "Ninotchka," and "The Song of Bernadette." Conti was also a talented linguist and spoke several languages fluently, including German, English, Italian, and French. He remained active in acting throughout his life and passed away in Hollywood, California at the age of 79.

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