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Frank Ripploh

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Cause of death  Cancer
Notable work  Taxi zum Klo

Name  Frank Ripploh
Role  Actor
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Born  2 September 1949Rheine, North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany (now Rheine, Germany)
Occupation  Film director, writer, actor
Died  June 22, 2002, Rheine, Germany
Movies  Taxi to the Toilet, Taxi to Cairo, Execution: A Story of Mary
Similar People  Tabea Blumenschein, Udo Schenk, Burkhard Driest, Laurens Straub, Magdalena Montezuma

Frank Ripploh (September 2, 1949 – June 22, 2002) was a German actor, film director, and author. He is best remembered for his semi-autobiographical 1980 film Taxi zum Klo. The film, produced on a shoestring budget of 100,000 DM, explored the day-to-day life of a Berlin schoolteacher who also led a very active gay sex life. Extremely explicit for its day, and for some time afterward (to the point where the film was not passed uncut by the British Board of Film Classification until 2011), Taxi zum Klo was considered groundbreaking for the subject matter it portrayed, and achieved something of a cult status among gay audiences of the time. In 1987, Ripploh directed a sequel entitled Taxi nach Kairo, but the film was not considered as successful as its predecessor, and it was not released outside of Germany.

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Ripploh also participated in the creation of a small number of other art house films during the 1980s, and had a role in the 1982 movie Querelle directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder. Ripploh died of cancer in 2002.

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