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Robert Lindner

1916 - 1967

The actor Robert Lindner joined an education as an actor and he began his professional career at the Stadttheater Mährich-Ostrau in 1936. 
Afterwards followed a long lasting engagement an the German Volkstheater in Vienna where he was active from 1938 to 1945.
Later followed engagements at the Viennese Kammerspielen, at the Theater in der Josefstadt and from 1952 at the Viennese Burgtheater.

Robert Lindner made his film debut in 1944 with "Schrammeln" (44), it followed the movie "Die Fledermaus" (44) which was only finished after the war in 1946.
Other movies of the 40s were "Das andere Leben" (48) and "Das Siegel Gottes" (49).

Although the theater remained his great passion he appeared in front of the camera time and again in the next years, both in movies and TV productions. 
To these movies belong "Die Dritte von rechts" (50), "Verlorene Melodie" (52), "Die Regimentstochter" (53), "Mann im Schatten" (61), "Anatol" (62), "Professor Bernhardi" (62) and "Die Tänzerin Fanny Elssler" (66).

Besides his activity as an actor he also spoke roles for radio plays.

Robert Lindner was decorated with the title "Kammerschauspieler" in 1963.

Four years later Robert Lindner died unexpectedly at the age of 51 during his visit of a boxing match between Orsolics and Rudhof when he collapsed in the audience.

Other movies with Robert Lindner:
Am Abend nach der Oper (45) Der Seelenbräu (50) Ich hab' mich so an Dich gewöhnt (52) Zwischen Zeit und Ewigkeit (56) Das haben die Mädchen gern (62) Alles gerettet (63) Das Konzert (64) Ein Bruderzwist in Habsburg (66)