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The actor Camille Hammes was only active in the silent movie era for a brief time and his works were limited to 1916 till 1920.
He entered the film business in 1916 with "Das Bild der Geliebten" (16) where he played the role of the painter Olaf Bank at the side of Bernhard Götzke, Maria Zelenka and Edgar Pauly.
In the next years followed Walther Fein's "Ewige Schönheit" (19) with Maria Zelenka and Julius Geisendörfer and "Sklaven des Kapitals" (19) directed by Wolfgang Neff with Käthe Haack, Ida Perry, Heinrich Schroth and Rudolf Klein-Rhoden.
In the next year followed his last cinematical works with "Gewalt gegen Recht" (20) with Erra Bognar, Ernst Stahl-Nachbaur, Rudolf Klein-Rhoden, Hans-Adalbert Schlettow and Margarete Schön, "Der Lawinen-Löwe" (20) with Karl Viktor Plagge, Emil Albes and Leonhard Haskel as well as "Das Bild der Geliebten" (20).