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Oskar Homolka (August 12, 1898 – January 27, 1978) was an Austrian film and theatre actor. Homolka's strong accent, stocky appearance, bushy eyebrows and Slavic-sounding name led many to believe he was Eastern European or Russian, but he was born in Vienna, Austria-Hungary.
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|Sabotage||Verloc - Sylvia's Husband (as Oscar Homolka)||1937|
|Ball of Fire||Prof. Gurkakoff||1941|
|Mission to Moscow||Maxim Litvinov||1943|
|I Remember Mama||Uncle Chris||1948|
|War and Peace||Field Marshal Kutuzov||1956|
|A Farewell to Arms||Dr Emerich||1957|
|Funeral in Berlin||Colonel Stok||1966|
|Billion Dollar Brain||General Stok||1967|
|Song of Norway||Engstrand||1970|