Harald Leipnitz

Harald Leipnitz (22 April 1926 – 21 November 2000) was a German actor, who was born in Wuppertal and died in Munich. Lung cancer [1]

Filmography

  • 1961: The Big Show (Uncredited)
  • 1963: Die endlose Nacht, as Wolfgang Spitz
  • 1963: … und der Amazonas schweigt, as Pedro
  • 1964: The Curse of the Hidden Vault, as Jimmy Flynn
  • 1965: Die Schlüssel (TV miniseries), as Eric Martin
  • 1965: Die Banditen vom Rio Grande, as Ryan
  • 1965: Mädchen hinter Gittern, as Pfarrer Johannes
  • 1965: Diamond Walkers, as Mike Johnson
  • 1965: The Oil Prince, as The Oil Prince
  • 1965: The Sinister Monk, as Inspector Bratt
  • 1966: I Am Looking for a Man, as Gregor
  • 1966: Agent 505: Death Trap in Beirut, as Fred Köhler
  • 1966: Sperrbezirk, as Bernie Kallmann
  • 1966: Playgirl, as Siegbert 'Bert' Lahner
  • 1966: The Brides of Fu Manchu, as Nikki Sheldon
  • 1966: Countdown to Doomsday, as Alan Shepperton
  • 1966: Liselotte of the Palatinate, as Herzog von Orléans
  • 1966: Winnetou and Old Firehand, as Silers
  • 1967: The Sweet Sins of Sexy Susan, as Ferdinand
  • 1967: Creature with the Blue Hand, as Inspector Craig
  • 1967: Le Treizième Caprice, as Golo
  • 1967: Le Grand Dadais, as Monsieur Poloni
  • 1967: Glorious Times at the Spessart Inn, as Frank Green
  • 1968: Zuckerbrot und Peitsche, as Robert Arnold
  • 1968: Sexy Susan Sins Again, as Ferdinand
  • 1968: Emma Hamilton, as Harry Featherstone
  • 1968: Bengelchen liebt kreuz und quer (24 Hour Lover), as Georg 'George' Weissborn
  • 1969: Marquis de Sade: Justine, as Raymond
  • 1969: Frau Wirtin hat auch eine Nichte (House of Pleasure), as Ferdinand
  • 1969: Der Kerl liebt mich – und das soll ich glauben?, as Rolf Olvedi
  • 1970: Frau Wirtin bläst auch gern Trompete (Sexy Susan Knows How...!), as Ferdinand
  • 1970: Som hon bäddar får han ligga (Do You Believe in Swedish Sin?), as Horst Praterweiss
  • 1970: Moonlighting Mistress, as Jan
  • 1971: Großstadtprärie, as Zahnarzt Falk
  • 1972: Pas folle la guêpe (Not Dumb, the Bird), as Victor Masson
  • 1973: All People Will Be Brothers, as Werner Mark
  • 1973: Gott schützt die Liebenden, as Paul Holland
  • 1973: Die blutigen Geier von Alaska (Hell Hounds of Alaska), as Mark Monty
  • 1973: Libero, as Himself
  • 1976: Derrick: Tote Vögel singen nicht (TV), as Wirt Schermann
  • 1976: Anita Drögemöller und die Ruhe an der Ruhr, as Lampensiepen
  • 1976: Vier gegen die Bank (TV film), as Peter Pagodi
  • 1977: Das chinesische Wunder, as Dr. Linkers
  • 1977: Tod oder Freiheit, as Oberster Kommandant (Obrist)
  • 1977: Die Kette (TV film), as Inspector Harry Dawson
  • 1978: Kneuss, as Schnaffelmann
  • 1980: Musik auf dem Lande, as Harry Elmau
  • 1983: Monaco Franze (TV series), as Man with Porsche
  • 1985: Unsere schönsten Jahre (TV series), as Seibold
  • 1986: Kir Royal (TV series), as Puppi
  • 1987: Zärtliche Chaoten, as Director
  • 1988: Zärtliche Chaoten II, as Hoteldirektor
  • 1992: Immer Ärger mit Nicole, as Harald
  • 1993: Klippen des Todes (TV film), as Conrad
  • 1993: Der blaue Diamant (TV film), as Jack Di Franco
  • 1994-1995: Unsere Schule ist die beste (TV series), as Harald Schönauer
  • 1995: Pizza Arrabbiata
  • 1999: Südsee, eigene Insel, as Dr. Tietze
  • 1999: Prosit Neujahr (directed by Leipnitz)
  • 2001: Vortex, as Carl (final film role)

References

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