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The actor Paul Passarge began his career at the theater before he became a demanded support actor in movies of the 10s.
To his first cinematical works belong "Der Andere" (13) which went down to the German film history as the first artistic ambitious movie as well as "Bismarck" (14) and "Der Mann mit der leuchtenden Stirn" (15).
He became established as a movie actor in the second half of the 10s and he impersonated roles in "Friedrich Werders Sendung" (16), "Christa Hartungen" (17), "Klein Doortje" (17), "Die Memoiren des Satans" (17), "Agnes Arnau und ihre drei Freier" (18), "Irrungen" (19) and "Die beiden Gatten der Frau Ruth" (19).
During that time he often played together with the first German movie star Henny Porten.
Paul Passarge took part again in numerous silent movies of the 20s where he was able again to demonstrate his acting abilities.
To his well-known movies of those years belong "Romeo und Julia im Schnee" (20), "Die Wölfin" (20), "Der Leidensweg der Inge Krafft" (21), "Das Mädel von Picadilly" (21) and "Die Uhr" (22). Inthe last mentioned movie he played the clockmaker Weigel directed by Franz Hofer.
His last movie was "Lotte" (28) at the side of Henny Porten, Hermann Vallentin and Elsa Wagner. The director was Carl Froelich