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Name  Otto Wernicke
Role  Actor
Children  Annemarie Wernicke

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Died  November 7, 1965, Munich, Germany
Movies  M, The Testamen, Titanic, D III 88, Kolberg
Similar People  Inge Landgut, Theodor Loos, Gustaf Grundgens, Thea von Harbou, Georg John

Otto Karl Robert Wernicke (30 September 1893, Osterode am Harz – 7 November 1965) was a German actor. He was best known for his role as police inspector Karl Lohmann in the two Fritz Lang films M and The Testament of Dr. Mabuse. He was the first one to portray Captain Smith in the first "official" Titanic film.

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Wernicke was married to a Jewish woman. Only due to a special permit and substantial donation to the Nazi Party was he allowed to continue his work in Nazi Germany. He appeared in the 1944-45 propaganda epic Kolberg.

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Selected filmography

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  • Mrs Worrington's Perfume (1925)
  • M (1931)
  • Storms of Passion (1932)
  • Peter Voss, Thief of Millions (1932)
  • The Bartered Bride (1932)
  • The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (1933)
  • The Tunnel (1933)
  • Peer Gynt (1934)
  • Knockout (1935)
  • The Valiant Navigator (1935)
  • Uncle Bräsig (1936)
  • Street Music (1936)
  • Autobus S (1937)
  • Secret Code LB 17 (1938)
  • Gold in New Frisco (1939)
  • D III 88 (1939)
  • Maria Ilona (1939)
  • Midsummer Night's Fire (1939)
  • Three Wonderful Days (1939)
  • Ohm Krüger (1941)
  • Friedemann Bach (1941)
  • Titanic (1943)
  • Kolberg (1945)
  • Between Yesterday and Tomorrow (1947)
  • Long Is the Road (1948)
  • Amico (1949)
  • Who Drove the Grey Ford? (1950)
  • Chased by the Devil (1950)
  • Love and Blood (1951)
  • Shadows Over Naples (1951)

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    References

    Otto Wernicke Wikipedia