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Walter Slezak

Walter SlezakBorn: 3-May-1902
Birthplace: Vienna, Austria
Died: 21-Apr-1983
Location of death: Flower Hill, NY
Cause of death: Suicide
Remains: Buried, Egern Friedhof, Munich, Germany

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Hitchcock's Lifeboat

Father: Leo Slezak (operatic tenor, b. 18-Aug-1873, d. 1-Jun-1946)
Wife: Johanna Van Ryn (m. 1943, three children)
Daughter: Erika Slezak (soap actress, b. 5-Aug-1946)
Sister: Margarate

    Shot: Self-Inflicted (21-Apr-1983)
    Endorsement of Smirnoff Vodka 1960
    Risk Factors: Arthritis

    Treasure Island (1972)
    Black Beauty (Apr-1971)
    Heidi (17-Nov-1968)
    The Caper of the Golden Bulls (21-Jun-1967)
    Dr. Coppelius (Dec-1966) · Dr. Coppelius
    A Very Special Favor (2-Aug-1965)
    24 Hours to Kill (1965)
    Emil and the Detectives (18-Dec-1964)
    Wonderful Life (7-Sep-1964)
    The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm (7-Aug-1962) · Stossel
    Come September (9-Aug-1961) · Maurice Clavell
    The Miracle (12-Nov-1959)
    Ten Thousand Bedrooms (3-Apr-1957)
    White Witch Doctor (1-Jul-1953)
    Call Me Madam (25-Mar-1953)
    Confidentially Connie (13-Mar-1953) · Emil Spangenberg
    People Will Talk (29-Aug-1951) · Prof. Barker
    Bedtime for Bonzo (5-Apr-1951)
    Spy Hunt (8-Jun-1950)
    The Yellow Cab Man (25-Mar-1950)
    Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion (19-Feb-1950)
    The Inspector General (30-Dec-1949) · Yakov
    The Pirate (20-May-1948) · Don Pedro Vargas
    Riff-Raff (28-Jun-1947) · Molinar
    Born to Kill (3-May-1947) · Arnett
    Sinbad the Sailor (17-Jan-1947) · Melik
    Cornered (25-Dec-1945) · Melchior Incza
    The Spanish Main (10-Sep-1945) · Don Alvarado
    Salome, Where She Danced (17-Apr-1945)
    The Princess and the Pirate (17-Nov-1944)
    Till We Meet Again (30-Aug-1944)
    Step Lively (26-Jul-1944) · Joe Gribble
    Lifeboat (11-Jan-1944) · Willy
    The Fallen Sparrow (19-Aug-1943) · Dr. Christian Skaas
    This Land Is Mine (17-Mar-1943) · Maj. von Keller
    Once Upon a Honeymoon (12-Nov-1942) · Baron Von Luber
    Chained: The Story of the Third Sex (26-Sep-1924)

Author of books:
What Time's the Next Swan? (1962, autobiography)

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