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Naissance 31 octobre 1918
Mort 17 décembre 2006 (à 88 ans)

Albert Hetterle (31 October 1918 – 17 December 2006) was a German actor who also became a Berlin theatre director.

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Filmographie de Albert Hetterle (8 films)

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Solange Leben in mir ist, 1h54
Réalisé par Günter Reisch
Genres Drame
Thèmes Politique
Acteurs Albert Hetterle, Erika Dunkelmann, Siegfried Weiss, Hans Finohr, Adolf Fischer, Werner Dissel
Rôle Paul Schreiner
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The film opens in Berlin in 1914, as Germany is preparing for World War I. Liebknecht (Schulze) receives a call from a fellow lawyer and revolutionary, Mr. Rauch, that documents have been found proving the German heavy arms industry's secret involvement in the buildup to the war. He brings these documents to a meeting of the Reichstag, accusing Gustav Krupp and his company of bribing officials to release military secrets. In addition to this, Krupp and his company wrote to ask the French media to state that the French military has twice as much artillery as they actually possess so that they may provoke a surge in militarism. Afterward, while celebrating a friend's wedding, Liebknecht learns of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, recognizing that this is the war the German imperialists were seeking. However, the resources for war still need to be approved. Liebknecht immediately begins campaigning among the public, denouncing the war as a means to secure profit for the capitalists. In an SPD party meeting, Liebknecht is one of only fourteen members to vote against the war credits. In the subsequent Reichstag meeting, he votes with the party discipline in favor of the war credits, to the public's surprise. He announces in the party meetings that he will no longer yield to party discipline and will stand by his anti-militarist principles even if the party leadership will not do the same. Liebknecht is the only one of the Reichstag — including 111 SPD representatives — to vote against the war loans, resulting in a number of death threats and work bans. Despite his immunity as a Reichstag member, Liebknecht is called to serve on the front as a sapper. It is here that he writes his 1915 manifesto, "The main enemy is at home!" The manifesto is passed among his fellow soldiers on the front before returning home. While he is away, Paul Schreiner, whose wedding Liebknecht attended earlier in the film, dies on the front. This leaves his wife Käthe to raise their newborn child alone and make Liebknecht's manifesto public.
Geheimarchiv an der Elbe, 1h20
Réalisé par Kurt Jung-Alsen
Genres Guerre, Aventure, Espionnage
Thèmes Espionnage, Politique
Acteurs Albert Hetterle, Günther Simon, Rudolf Ulrich, Helga Göring, Adolf Fischer, Kurt Jung-Alsen
Rôle Oberst Rybin
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Peu avant la fin de la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Le gruppenführer Upitz sait que la guerre est bientôt terminée. Il cherche à tirer profit de ce moment et accepte une offre des Américains. Il obtiendra l'impunité s'il leur remet les archives secrètes de la Gestapo qui sont cachés à Meißen, le long de l'Elbe. Elles regroupent toutes les données sur les agents présents en Union soviétique et dans les Balkans. Mais le contre-espionnage soviétique est aussi à la recherche de ces archives, Upitz les mène vers une fausse piste.
Maibowle (1959)
, 1h30
Réalisé par Günter Reisch
Genres Drame, Comédie, Musical
Thèmes Musique
Acteurs Christel Bodenstein, Albert Hetterle, Erika Dunkelmann, Fritz Diez

Wilhelm Lehmann is informed that he will receive the Order of the Banner of Labor on his sixty-fifth birthday, for being the best worker in the most successful chemical plant in the country. However, it is soon made clear that all his grown up children have other plans for the day, and none of them can arrive to honor their father and their mother Auguste. But, after a series of comical mistakes that lead to utter pandemonium, all the sons and daughters eventually appear to greet Wilhelm as he is awarded the Order. The whole family drinks the traditional May wine, as they have done in every year.