Hans Schumm

Hans Schumm

  • Born on
    • April 2nd, 1896
  • Died on
    • February 2nd, 1990
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Hans Josef Schumm (né Johann Josef Eugen Schumm; 2 April 1896 Stuttgart – 2 February 1990 Los Angeles) was a German-born-turned-American actor, notably, a prolific and critically acclaimed Hollywood screen character actor who appeared in some 95 films – including a co-starring villainous role in a 12-episode serial. He also appeared in 15 TV productions and several stage productions, including one on Broadway. Except for about ten cinema productions, Schumm's body of work in cinema and television was filmed in the United States. In stage and film, he is credited as Hans Josef Schumm or simply Hans Schumm; but in seven films, he is credited under the pseudonym André Pola — three in 1948, one in 1949, one in 1954, and one 1956. In his private life, he was known as Joseph Schumm and Johann J.E. Schumm.


Acting (12 Credits)

1943This Land Is Mine as German Sergeant Who Pushes Albert
1943Above Suspicion as Dreikirchen Guard (Uncredited)
1943Action in the North Atlantic as Lieutenant Commander (uncredited)
1943Mission to Moscow as Train Gate Guard (uncredited)
1942All Through the Night as Anton
1942Pardon My Sarong as Tabor's Henchman (uncredited)
1941Underground as Heller's Aide
1940British Intelligence as German Senior Officer
1940The Man I Married as Storm Trooper
1940Escape as Gestapo Officer with Dark Eyebrows (uncredited)
1940The Great Dictator as Soldier (uncredited)
1939Confessions of a Nazi Spy as Bismarck Officer with Crew List (uncredited)

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