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The actor Max Kaufmann was a successful mime at German theaters and impersonated numerous roles.
He made his film debut in 1919 with "Matrimonium Sacrum - Der heilige Stand der Ehe" directed by Max Mack and "Kord Kamphues" (19) directed by Richard Kirsch.
In the 20s came his last cinematical works into being with "Der indische Todesring oder Sieben Worte" (20) with Ludwig Trautmann, "Das schwarze Boot" (20) as Harry Wood at Ludwig Trautmann's and Otto Sauter-Sarto's side, the very successful movie "Friedrich Schiller - Eine Dichterjugend" (23) with Theodor Loos, Hermann Vallentin and Ilka Grüning - Max Kaufmann also wrote the script for this movie together with director Curt Goetz - as well as "Napoleon auf St. Helena" (29) as emperor Franz II of Austria directed by Lupu Pick and with the actors Werner Krauss, Hanna Ralph, Albert Bassermann and Hermann Thimig.
Max Kaufmann was also the curator of the plays and rights of Curt Goetz.