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Max Hochstetter

1887 - ?

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The actor Max Hochstetter first got an acting education by Georg Dröscher who placed him afterwards at the Königliche Schauspielen where he made his stage debut.
In the next years he acted at different theaters in cities like Vienna, St. Gallen and Berlin.
 
He entered the film at the end of the 10s.
To his first movies belong "Der Weg, der zur Verdammnis führt, 1. Teil: Das Schicksal der Aenne Wolter" (18), "Aus eines Mannes Mädchenjahren" (19), "Der Weg, der zur Verdammnis führt, 2. Teil: Hyänen der Lust" (19), "Der Ruf aus dem Jenseits" (19) and "Der Dämon der Welt, 1. Teil: Das Schicksal des Edgar Morton" (19).
 
In the 20s he took part again in some silent movies like "Der Kampf um die Ehe" (20), "Der vergiftete Strom" (21), "Eine Weisse unter Kannibalen" (21), "Mignon" (22) and "Die rote Maus" (26).
 
His last cinematical works came in the 30s into being and he impersonated roles in the productions "Wilhelm Tell" (34), "Nur nicht weich werden, Susanne!" (35), "Pole Poppenspäler" (35), "Der Raub der Sabinerinnen" (36), "Arzt aus Leidenschaft" (36), "Verräter" (36), "Fridericus" (37), "Die gläserne Kugel" (37), "Kriminalfall Erich Lemke" (38) and "Revolutionshochzeit" (38).
 
He did not continue his film career after World War II but he acted at the theater again for the Freilichtbühne Rehberge.

 
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