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The actor Oskar Linke was able to launch a busy silent movie career in the second half of the 10s but it lasted only till 1920.
His first appearance in front of the camera was for William Karfiol's "s'kommt anders" (16) with Siegfried Berisch and Edith Meller.
It followed other movies like "Kellner, zahlen" (16) with Ressel Orla and Alice Torning, "Schwert und Herd" (16) with Carl de Vogt and Kurt Vespermann and "Ein unfreiwilliger Verbrecher" (16) with Senta Söneland and Manny Ziener.
In the next few years he took part in other cinematical works, among them "Eine Walzernacht" (17) with Hanni Weisse, Käthe Dorsch and Albert Paulig, playing the role of Hugo von Wildberg in "Ein Blitzmädel" (18) with Lu L'Arronge, "Mac als Juxgraf" (19) with Mac Walten in the title role (Mac Walten became later a famous photographer of German movie stars) and "Ballskandal" (19) with Otz Tollen.
His last cinematical works came in 1920 into being like Arthur Wellin's "Schwarzwaldmädel" (20) with Uschi Elleot and Ria Jenda and "Das rote Plakat" (20) directed by Emil Justitz with Ernst Hofmann, Georg H. Schnell and Ida Perry.
Other movies with Oskar Linke:
Ach, Amalia, was haste bloss getan (16) Heiratskontor Lindenbaum (16) Es war einst ein Prinzesschen (16) Zaubertropfen (16) Fieber (19) Mac als Lumpenbaron (19) Wie werde ich mein Geld los? (19) Nachteule GmbH (19) Zopf und Turban (20)