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Siegfried Weiss est un Acteur Allemand né le 18 avril 1906 à Chemnitz (Allemagne)

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Nom de naissance Siegfried Weiss
Nationalité Allemagne
Naissance 18 avril 1906 à Chemnitz (Allemagne)
Mort 8 octobre 1989 (à 83 ans) à Berlin (Allemagne)

Siegfried Weiss (18 April 1906 – 8 October 1989) was an East German actor.


Weiss made his artistic debut on the stage of the Halberstadt Theater, at 1924. He continued his career in the theaters of Luebeck, Koenigsberg, Magdeburg, Leipzig and Berlin, where he acted in the Berlin Ensemble, among others.

Weiss' film career started already in the Nazi era, with the 1937 Sherlock Holmes inspired movie Die Graue Dame (The Gray Lady), and had lasted for almost fifty years. After the Second World War he returned to acting on screen, working with the East German studio DEFA and with the television producers DFF. He appeared in more than fifty independent GDR productions and in co-productions with other Eastern Bloc countries, such as the epic movies Ernst Thaelmann, Karl Liebknecht and Liberation. He retired in 1984. Weiss retired at 1987, making his last appearance on stage in the Berlin Ensemble on 25 October that year.

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Filmographie de Siegfried Weiss (23 films)

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Husaren in Berlin, 1h32
Genres Comédie, Historique
Thèmes Politique
Acteurs Manfred Krug, Rolf Herricht, István Iglódi, Siegfried Weiss, Hertha Thiele, Norbert Christian
Rôle Gotzkowsky
Note58% 2.9146052.9146052.9146052.9146052.914605
This script must be run from the command line
KLK an PTX – Die Rote Kapelle, 1h41
Réalisé par Horst E. Brandt
Genres Drame, Historique
Thèmes Espionnage, Politique
Acteurs Jutta Wachowiak, Karin Lesch, Siegfried Weiss, Günther Simon, Peter Sturm, Rudolf Ulrich
Rôle Wilhelm Canaris
Note73% 3.6694753.6694753.6694753.6694753.669475
After Hitler's rise to power in 1933, a group of regime opponents from various backgrounds consolidated under the leadership of Harro Schulze-Boysen and Arvid Harnack. They gather intelligence and pass it on to other countries. After the outbreak of the Second World War, and especially after the German invasion of the Soviet Union, they intensify their work. In August 1942, the Gestapo arrests Boysen and soon after cracks down on the spy ring.
Libération, 1h10
Réalisé par Youri Ozerov
Genres Drame, Guerre, Romance
Thèmes Politique, Politique
Acteurs Nikolay Olyalin, Larisa Golubkina, Boris Seidenberg, Vsevolod Sanaïev, Vasily Shukshin, Fritz Diez
Rôle Erich von Manstein.
Note77% 3.8822753.8822753.8822753.8822753.882275
Le cinquième épisode, intitulé Le Dernier Assaut, fait suite à La Bataille de Berlin et met en scène les combats qui ont eu lieu dans Berlin ainsi que les événements qui se déroulés dans le Führerbunker jusqu'à la capitulation sans conditions du gouvernement nazi :
Flucht ins Schweigen, 1h23
Genres Drame, Policier
Acteurs Fritz Diez, Siegfried Weiss, Jiří Vršťala
Rôle jeweler

Construction works carried out in a small village in Thuringia reveal the corpse of a member of the Waffen-SS, who seems to have been buried during the end of the Second World War - although no fighting took place in the area. Two forensics experts from the People's Police Investigations Department, Stetter and Hoffmann, arrive in the village to determine the death cause. At first, they suspect the owner of the lands in which the body was discovered; but after questioning him, he is murdered. A golden coin they found leads them to a local woman named Helga, and they reveal the truth behind the matter.
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
Note72% 3.64873.64873.64873.64873.6487
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.
Die Entscheidung des Dr. Ahrendt, 1h21
Genres Drame
Acteurs Fritz Diez, Rudolf Ulrich, Siegfried Weiss, Fritz Kirchhoff, Helga Göring
Rôle Kripphahn

Dr. Ahrendt developed a new model of an iron smelter. When his invention fails to produce the required results, he begins to doubt himself, and is even considered as a liar by some. However, the workers in the factory are determined to achieve the goals set forth, and together with the scientist they manage to prove that the machine can be used as planned.
Das Lied der Matrosen, 2h6
Réalisé par Kurt Maetzig, Günter Reisch
Genres Drame, Historique
Thèmes La mer, Transport, Politique
Acteurs Günther Simon, Raimund Schelcher, Ulrich Thein, Hilmar Thate, Siegfried Weiss, Hans Finohr
Rôle Capitaine
Note62% 3.121493.121493.121493.121493.12149
As the news of the October Revolution sweep through the world, the German High Seas Fleet's command, wary of a mutiny, decides to send all its ships to a suicide mission in the English Channel. Sailors Albin Köbis and Max Reichpietsch are sentenced to death for political activity. When the socialist sailor Steigert, a member of the firing detail, cannot bring himself to shoot them, he is arrested. On the cruiser Prince Heinrich, Steigert's friends Lenz, Lobke, Kasten and Bartuschek receive Vladimir Lenin's transmit to all of mankind calling for peace. Slowly, the sailors in Kiel — all members of different socialist parties: the Social Democrats, the Independent Socialists and the Spartakists — begin to realize the need for a revolution. The workers and the shipmates rebel against the officers, but the political gaps between them lead the uprising to a failure. In the end, many of the rebel sailors attend the foundation conference of the new Communist Party of Germany.
Berlin - Ecke Schönhauser..., 1h21
Genres Drame, Romance
Acteurs Ilse Pagé, Raimund Schelcher, Helga Göring, Erika Dunkelmann, Siegfried Weiss, Gerd Michael Henneberg
Rôle Fritz Erdmann
Note64% 3.245033.245033.245033.245033.24503
Dieter, Angela, Kohle and Karl-Heinz are part of a group of delinquent youths who prowl Schönhauser Allee, in Berlin's Prenzlauer Berg. The four, each with his troubled life, are often in trouble with the police. Karl-Heinz steals an identity document and uses it to enter West Berlin, where he murders a man while committing armed robbery. The police suspect that his friends assisted him. When he returns, Kohle and Dieter confront Karl-Heinz about an unpaid debt; he threatens them both with a pistol, and Kohle knocks him unconscious. Karl-Heinz recovers and runs away. But Dieter and Kohle believe they have killed Karl-Heinz. Kohle and Dieter get assistance in fleeing to West Berlin, and are staying in a home with other young men. They plan to get to the Federal Republic of Germany. Before long Dieter wonders whether Karl-Heinz is really dead, and whether it would be safe to return to East Berlin. He is threatened by some of the young men in the home where they are staying. Kohle is concerned that the two friends will be separated. He drinks a solution of coffee and tobacco to feign illness, so he can't be sent away. On the next day, Dieter discovers Kohle dead, poisoned by the beverage. Dieter returns home, where Angela awaits his child, and explains the situation to the police. He is released, while Karl-Heinz is imprisoned.