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Maximilian Schell, Oscar-Winning Actor, Dies at 83

New York Times - 01 Feb 2014
Maximilian Schell, the ruggedly handsome Austrian-born actor who won an Academy Award for his role in “Judgment at Nuremberg,” died early Saturday in Innsbruck, Austria. He was 83. Patricia Baumbauer, his agent, confirmed his death to The Associated ...
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Der neue Salzburger „Jedermann“

Südwest Presse - 24 Jul 2017
Auch Attila Hörbiger, Will Quadflieg, Maximilian Schell, Klaus Maria Brandauer, Helmut Lohner, Ulrich Tukur oder Peter Simonischek spielten die Figur in Hugo von Hofmannsthals Mysterienstück. Nach zuletzt Nicholas Ofczarek und Cornelius Obonya ist in ...
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Maximilian Schell, Oscar-Winning Actor in 'Nuremberg,' Dies at 83

New York Times - 02 Feb 2014
Maximilian Schell was born in Vienna on Dec. 8, 1930, one of four children of Hermann Ferdinand Schell, a Swiss-born playwright and pharmacy owner, and the former Margarethe Noé von Nordberg, an Austrian actress. The family, Roman Catholic, moved ...
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Die "Jedermänner" im Schnelldurchlauf - 19 Jul 2017
Oscarpreisträger Maximilian Schell zeigte im "Das Spiel vom Sterben des reichen Mannes" von 1978 bis 1982 sein Können. Curd Jürgens Der whiskeyaffine Kettenraucher und Bühnen-Film-Star gab den Jedermann von 1973-1977. „Auf alles könne er ...
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Der "neue" Jedermann! - 18 Jul 2017
Nach dem Krieg spielten Ewald Balser, wieder Attila Hörbiger, Will Quadflieg, Walther Reyer und Ernst Schröder, dann kamen mit Curd Jürgens, Maximilian Schell und Klaus Maria Brandauer Filmstars. Wie es denn nun gewesen ist, wie sich die Schauspiel- ...
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Maximilian Schell, Actor Who Played Jews, Nazis — and Both

Jewish Daily Forward - 03 Feb 2014
Considering that the Oscar-winning Austrian-Swiss actor Maximilian Schell, who died on February 1 at age 83, spent WWII safely in neutral Switzerland, it is remarkable that he spent his acting life portraying Nazis, victims of Nazis, and defenders of ...
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Wednesday's best TV: Ackley Bridge; Eat Well for Less; Horizon

The Guardian - 07 Jun 2017
Montgomery Clift's guilt-ridden concentration camp survivor is almost too painful to watch; Maximilian Schell won an Oscar as the outraged defence counsel; Marlene Dietrich is a German general's widow; while the magisterial Spencer Tracy presides over ...
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The Man in the Glass Booth

High-Def Digest - 20 Apr 2017
Such is the case with the late Academy Award winner Maximilian Schell and the incredible work he delivered for The Man In The Glass Booth. Produced as part of the American Film Theater, a production company dedicated to bringing theater productions to ...
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Watch an exclusive trailer for Marlene Dietrich retrospective - 09 May 2017
Rainer Werner Fassbinder's 1981 stylish Lola, inspired by Dietrich's The Blue Angel, will also screen, as will German actor Maximilian Schell's Marlene, a 1984 Oscar-nominated documentary, consisting of fantastic audio clips of the actress who would ...
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The Man in the Glass Booth (Blu-ray)

DVD Talk - 24 Jun 2017
The Man in the Glass Booth (1975) is a challenging film, very well acted by its star, Maximilian Schell, but extremely clunky in other ways that require some explanation. The film opened the second and last season of the American Film Theater (AFT), ...
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Maximilian Schell: Actor and Pianist

KUAR - 09 Apr 2014
Maximilian Schell was a Swiss film and stage actor who won the Academy Award for Best Actor for the 1961 film, Judgment at Nuremberg, which incidentally, was only his second acting role in Hollywood. Not many know, however, that he was also a gifted ...
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Exploring Disney's fascinating dark phase of the 70s and 80s

Den of Geek UK - 07 Dec 2016
Although it drew heavily on Disney's old adaptation of 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea - right down to Maximilian Schell playing an eccentric traveller in a byzantine vessel - The Black Hole was considerably darker and more surreal than George Lucas's ...

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