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Peter Mosbacher

Peter Mosbacher
Born17 February 1912
Died9 October 1977
Kempfenhausen, Bavaria, West Germany
Years active1943-1975 (film & TV)

Peter Mosbacher (1912–1977) was a German stage, film and television actor.[1]


Year Title Role Notes
1943 Melody of a Great City Kajetan Orff
1948 Finale Osthus, Regierungsrat
1949 The Last Night Major Brink, I.A.
1949 Die Andere Hippoliti Ezzcurra
1949 The Prisoner Lapin
1949 Harbour Melody Jan
1950 Das Geheimnis des Hohen Falken Gerkau - Pressephotograph
1950 Blondes for Export Alvaro
1950 The Girl from the South Seas Ralph Wandrey
1950 Two Times Lotte Ludwig Palfy - Opernkapellmeister
1951 Not Without Gisela Robert Halm
1951 The Sinful Border Zollkommissar Dietrich
1951 Dark Eyes Samboni
1952 Pension Schöller Eugen Rümpel
1952 Homesick for You Walter Schumann
1953 We'll Talk About Love Later Will Brodersen
1953 The Village Under the Sky Schmuggler Lois
1953 Josef the Chaste Georg Schilling
1953 Red Roses, Red Lips, Red Wine Pole
1954 A Life for Do Kapellmeister
1954 The Perfect Couple Alfred Tausendfreund, Finanzier
1954 Canaris Fernandez
1955 The Plot to Assassinate Hitler Major Otto Ernst Remer
1955 Hotel Adlon Boris Andrewski
1955 Roman einer Siebzehnjährigen Gerard
1956 Die ganze Welt singt nur Amore Peter, Olafs Freund
1956 Liane, Jungle Goddess Tibor Teleky
1957 Salzburg Stories Karl
1957 The Last Ones Shall Be First Zuhälter
1957 Es wird alles wieder gut Karl Egger, Ansager
1957 The Fox of Paris Maj. Wedekind
1958 Hoppla, jetzt kommt Eddie Manuel Fanton
1958 Peter Voss, Thief of Millions The Baron
1958 Romarei, das Mädchen mit den grünen Augen Kees Falkenried
1959 Lockvogel der Nacht Klaus Petzold
1959 Peter Voss, Hero of the Day Baron de Clock
1961 Liane, die Tochter des Dschungels
1963 Homesick for St. Pauli Uncredited
1964 Freddy, Tiere, Sensationen Raoul
1965 The Face of Fu Manchu Hanumon
1967 Diabolically Yours Kim
1968 Im Banne des Unheimlichen Ramiro
1971 Das Messer [de] Dr. Richard Hall TV Mini-Series, 3 episodes


  1. ^ Goble p.252


  • Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1999.

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