Attila Hörbigerwikipedia
Attila Hörbiger (21 April 1896 – 27 April 1987) was an Austrian stage and movie actor.
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Paul Hörbiger

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Hörbiger was born in the Hungarian capital Budapest, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the son of engineer Hanns Hörbiger and the younger brother of actor Paul Hörbiger.
Paul Hörbiger was born in the Hungarian capital Budapest, then part of Austria-Hungary, the son of engineer Hanns Hörbiger, founder of the Welteislehre cosmological concept, and elder brother of actor Attila Hörbiger.

Paula Wessely

He played in several German and Austrian movies, often alongside his second wife Paula Wessely whom he had married in 1935.
Her career proceeded, when in 1926 she became a member of the New German Theatre ensemble in Prague, where she and her future husband Attila Hörbiger (1896–1987) performed in Les Nouveaux Messieurs by Flers and Croisset.

Christiane Hörbiger

With her, he had three actress daughters, Elisabeth Orth (b. 1936), Christiane Hörbiger (b. 1938) and Maresa Hörbiger (b. 1945).
Christiane Hörbiger is one of the three actress daughters of Austrian actors Attila Hörbiger (1896–1987) and Paula Wessely (1907–2000).

The Tunnel (1933 German-language film)

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The Tunnel (German: Der Tunnel) is a 1933 French-German science fiction film directed by Curtis Bernhardt and starring Paul Hartmann, Attila Hörbiger and Olly von Flint.

Freight from Baltimore

Freight from Baltimore (German: Fracht von Baltimore) is a 1938 German drama film directed by Hans Hinrich and starring Hilde Weissner, Attila Hörbiger and Hans Zesch-Ballot.

Raimund Theater

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In 1921 he performed at the Raimund Theater in Vienna and at the Lehartheater in Bad Ischl; his next engagements were at the municipal theatre in Reichenberg (Liberec), at the Vienna stage of Josef Jarno, at the German Reduta Theatre in Brünn (Brno), and at the New German Theatre in Prague.
Many well-known actors started their careers at the Raimund Theatre, including Hansi Niese, Paula Wessely, Attila Hörbiger, and Karl Skraup.

Cordula (film)

Cordula
Cordula is a 1950 Austrian drama film directed by Gustav Ucicky and starring Paula Wessely, Attila Hörbiger and Jane Tilden.

Ulli and Marei

Ulli and Marei (German: Ulli und Marei) is a 1948 Austrian drama film directed by Leopold Hainisch and starring Eduard Köck, Attila Hörbiger and Ludwig Auer.

Woman in the River

Woman in the River (German:Frau im Strom) is a 1939 drama film directed by Gerhard Lamprecht and starring Hertha Feiler, Attila Hörbiger and Oskar Sima.

Heimkehr

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He and Paula Wessely starred in the anti-Polish propaganda film Heimkehr ("Homecoming") of 1941, directed by Gustav Ucicky.
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Premiere (1937 film)

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Premiere is a 1937 Austrian musical crime film directed by Géza von Bolváry and starring Zarah Leander, Attila Hörbiger and Karl Martell.

Harvest (1936 film)

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Harvest (German: Ernte) is a 1936 Austrian romance film directed by Géza von Bolváry and starring Paula Wessely, Attila Hörbiger and Artúr Somlay.

Mirror of Life

Mirror of Life (German:Spiegel des Lebens) is a 1938 Austrian drama film directed by Géza von Bolváry and starring Peter Petersen, Paula Wessely and Attila Hörbiger.

The Witch (1954 film)

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The Witch (German: Die Hexe) is a 1954 West German drama film directed by Gustav Ucicky and starring Anita Björk, Karlheinz Böhm and Attila Hörbiger.

Blood Brothers (1935 film)

Blood Brothers
Blood Brothers (German: Blutsbrüder) is a 1935 German drama film directed by Johann Alexander Hübler-Kahla and starring Brigitte Horney, Carl Esmond and Attila Hörbiger.

Salzburg Festival

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From 1935 to 1937, and again from 1947 to 1951, he took the title role in the summer performances of Hofmannsthal's play Jedermann (Everyman) at the Salzburg Festival – according to Max Reinhardt the best actor ever in this role.
Toscanini resigned in protest, artists of Jewish descent like Reinhardt and Georg Solti had to emigrate, and Jedermann, last performed by Attila Hörbiger, had to be dropped.

The Immortal Vagabond (1930 film)

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Hanns Hörbiger

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Hörbiger was born in the Hungarian capital Budapest, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the son of engineer Hanns Hörbiger and the younger brother of actor Paul Hörbiger.
Two of Hörbiger's sons, Paul and Attila, were matineé idols in the interwar years, and Paul Hörbiger's granddaughter Mavie Hörbiger also went on to become a celebrated actress.

Ship of Girls

Ship of Girls or Living Goods (German: Lebende Ware or Das Mädchenschiff) is a 1929 Austrian-German silent drama film directed by Robert Wohlmuth and starring Margot Landa, Luigi Serventi and Attila Hörbiger.

Burgtheater

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In 1928, Hörbiger joined the Theater in der Josefstadt ensemble under director Max Reinhardt; and from 1950 to 1975, he was a member of the Burgtheater.
Some famous former members of the ensemble were Max Devrient, Josef Kainz, Josef Lewinsky, Joseph Schreyvogel, Adolf von Sonnenthal, Charlotte Wolter, Ludwig Gabillon, Zerline Gabillon, Attila Hörbiger, Paula Wessely, Curd Jürgens, O. W. Fischer, Paul Hörbiger, Otto Tausig, Peter Weck, Fritz Muliar, and Christoph Waltz.

Theater in der Josefstadt

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In 1928, Hörbiger joined the Theater in der Josefstadt ensemble under director Max Reinhardt; and from 1950 to 1975, he was a member of the Burgtheater.