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Maximilian Schell

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Maximilian Schell
   for his role in   
Judgment At Nuremberg (1961)
Schell is undoubtedly the most successful non-anglophone foreign actor in the history of American cinema. A part-time director, his compelling documentary Marlene (1984) was nominated for an Oscar in 1985 and his last film Meine Schwester Maria (2002) [My Sister Maria] chronicled the life, career and eventual diminished capacity of his noted actress sister Maria Schell.
The Deadly Affair (1966)
James Mason, Simone Signoret and Maximilian Schell
Director: Sidney Lumet. Also starred Harriet Andersson, Harry Andrews & Kenneth Haigh
The Odessa File (1974)
Jon Voight, Maximilian Schell and Maria Schell
Director: Ronald Neame. Also starred Mary Tamm, Derek Jacobi & Peter Jeffrey. Plot: After reading the diary of an eldery Jewish man who commited suicide, freelance journalist Peter Miller (Voight) begins to investigate the alleged sighting of a former SS-Captain who commanded a concentration camp during World War II.
Topkapi (1964)
Melina Mercouri, Peter Ustinov and Maximilian Schell
Director: Jules Dassin. Also starred Robert Morley, Jess Hahn & A Victorian Englishman travels to the far future and finds that humanity has divided into two hostile species. Plot: Caper film about the theft of a jeweled dagger from an Istanbul museum. Won an Oscar.
Maximilian Schell
   won the Golden Globe for   
Judgement at Nuremberg
Best Actor - Drama, 1961
Maximilian Schell
   was an   
Austrian-American film and stage actor; winner of Academy Award for Best Actor in 1961 for "Judgment at Nurmberg"
Return from the Ashes (1965)
Maximilian Schell, Samantha Eggar and Ingrid Thulin
Director: J. Lee Thompson. Also starred Herbert Lom, Talitha Pol & Vladek Sheybal

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