1869 - 1942
The actor Leopold Kramer made his film debut in 1913 with "Johann Strauss an der schönen blauen Donau" (13), it followed the Hungarian production "Az utolso hajnal" directed by Mihály Kertész, who became later the famous director Michael Curtiz in Hollywood.
Leopold Kramer took part in the silent movies "Modche a Rézi" (26) at his wife's side Pepi Glöckner-Kramer, "Die geheime Macht" (28), "Die Frau auf der Folter" (28) directed by Robert Wiene and "Ungarische Rhapsodie" (28) at Willy Fritsch's and Lil Dagover's side during the 20's.
His last cinematical works came in the 30's into being, among them "Der
Hexer" (32), based on a novel by Edgar Wallace, the then scandalous movie
"Ekstase" (33) with Hedwig Kiesler alias Hedy Lamarr and "Bretter, die
die Welt bedeuten" (35) directed by Kurt Gerron.
Other movies with Leopold Kramer: