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Werner Klingler

Werner Klingler

A young German stage actor, Werner Klingler used the moniker Warner Klinger when appearing in such Hollywood films as The Case of Lena Smith (1929) and as a captured German soldier in Journey's End (1930). Returning to Germany that same year, Klingler embarked on a long career as a director of lightweight entertainment that survived the Nazi era and included a rather anti-British depiction of Titanic (1943), several Edgar Wallace potboilers, and the 1962 remake of Das Testament Des Dr. Mabuse. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi
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