Heinz Drache

Heinz Drache (* 9. February 1923 in meals; † 3. April 2002 in Berlin) was a German actor.

Abitur at the Alfred Krupp High School, meal glad living. Like many other actors it began its career at the theatre. It played in Nuremberg, Düsseldorf and Berlin. He attained celebrity however only by his roles in Kriminalfilmen after Edgar Wallace and Francis Durbridge. Here it played 1962 together with Albert Lieven in the six-divisor “the Halstuch” the Kriminalinspektor Harry Yates from Littleshaw. That was its only Durbridge film, however it was the most successful one. Starting from 1985 it was also “scene “- commissioner. It stood six times as a commissioner Bülow from Berlin before the camera. Rather unknown is its filigran selected synchronous work, in which he otherwise of other synchronized Hollywood - sizes such as Kirk Douglas, Glenn Ford or Richard Widmark its voice borrowed. The probably most well-known synchronous work of Heinz Drache is the German versions of Apocalypse Now (Robert Duvall) and the new synchronisation of the third man (Trevor Howard).

Filmografie (features)

  • once kehr' I again - Dalmatini wedding (1953)
  • with you was not always so beautiful it (1954)
  • feeler gauge for Germany (1956)
  • getting along with the income (1957)
  • endangered girls (1958)
  • larva line Tel. 13 62 11 (1958)
  • the road (1958)
  • the remainder is silence (1959)
  • the woman at the dark window (1960)
  • with 17 cries one not (1960)
  • the Rächer (1960)
  • the door with the seven locks (1962)
  • only dead witnesses are silent (1962/63)
  • the black Panther of Ratana (1962/63)
  • the Zinker (1963)
  • the Indian cloth (1963)
  • the pub of Dartmoor (1964)
  • a coffin from Hong Kong (1964)
  • the Hexer (1964)
  • Sanders and the ship of death (1964/65)
  • Sandy The seal (1964/65) (not specified)
  • shots in the Dreivierteltakt (1964/65)
  • new of Hexer (1965)
  • the witness from hell (1965) (only 1967 specified)
  • the mystery silver triangle (1965/66)
  • the 13 slaves of the Dr. Fu one Chu (1966)
  • the seven masks of the Judoka (1967)
  • the dog of Blackwood Castle (1967/68)

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