Horst Buchholz Overview:

Actor, Horst Buchholz, was born Horst Werner Buchholz on Dec 4, 1933 in Berlin, Germany. Buchholz died at the age of 69 on Mar 3, 2003 in Berlin, Germany .

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Chico: [berating the villagers] Thank you, thank you... you... chickens!


Otto: I'll pick you up at 6:30 sharp, because the 7:00 train for Moscow leaves promptly at 8:15.


[Otto muddles his coached answers]
Wendell P. Hazeltine: How is the situation here in Berlin?
Otto Ludwig Piffl: It shouldn't happen to a dog! Uh, I - I mean, it's a draw! Actually, the situation is hopeless, but not serious.


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Horst Buchholz Facts
He received tribute as part of the annual "In Memoriam" segment at the 75th Annual Academy Awards, 2003.

Despite being of German/Danish background, he has portrayed a variety of roles that include a Mexican gunman(The Magnificent Seven (1960)), a Russian soldier (Sky Without Stars (1955)), a Polish sailor (Tiger Bay (1959)), and and Italian painter (The Empty Canvas (1963)).

Was to star as Charles Wilder in the 1977 The Cat and the Canary (1978) but pulled out at the 11th hour . The producers seriously considered suing him for his actions.

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