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Erich von Stroheim

Erich von StroheimAKA Erich Oswald Stroheim

Born: 22-Sep-1885
Birthplace: Vienna, Austria
Died: 12-May-1957
Location of death: Maurepas, France
Cause of death: Cancer - unspecified
Remains: Buried, Maurepas Cemetery, Maurepas, France

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor, Film Director

Nationality: Austria
Executive summary: Swanson's servant in Sunset Blvd.

Wife: Margaret Knox (m. 19-Feb-1913, div.)
Wife: Mae Jones (m. 1915, div.)
Wife: Valerie Germonprez (m. 1919, div.)
Wife: Denise Vernac (actress, until his death)
Son: Josef von Stroheim (film industry, b. 18-Sep-1922, d. 22-Mar-2000)

    FILMOGRAPHY AS DIRECTOR
    Hello, Sister! (14-Apr-1933)
    Queen Kelly (1929)
    The Wedding March (6-Oct-1928)
    The Merry Widow (26-Aug-1925)
    Greed (4-Dec-1924)
    Foolish Wives (11-Jan-1922)
    Blind Husbands (21-Oct-1919)

    FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
    Napoléon (25-Mar-1955)
    Unnatural (23-Oct-1952)
    Sunset Blvd. (4-Aug-1950) · Max Von Mayerling
    The Mask of Diijon (7-Mar-1946)
    Scotland Yard Investigator (30-Sep-1945)
    The Great Flamarion (14-Jan-1945)
    The Lady and the Monster (17-Apr-1944)
    The North Star (4-Nov-1943) · Dr. von Harden
    Five Graves to Cairo (4-May-1943) · Erwin Rommel
    So Ends Our Night (27-Feb-1941)
    I Was an Adventuress (10-May-1940)
    Pièges (1939)
    La Grande Illusion (8-Jun-1937)
    The Crime of Dr. Crespi (24-Sep-1935)
    Crimson Romance (12-Oct-1934)
    As You Desire Me (28-May-1932) · Carl Salter
    The Lost Squadron (10-Mar-1932) · Von Furst
    Friends and Lovers (3-Oct-1931) · Victor Sangrito
    The Great Gabbo (12-Sep-1929)
    The Wedding March (6-Oct-1928)
    Souls for Sale (27-Mar-1923) · Himself
    Foolish Wives (11-Jan-1922)
    Blind Husbands (21-Oct-1919)
    The Social Secretary (17-Sep-1916)



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