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Charles Korvin (Geza Korvin Karpathi)

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Biography

Piestany, Austria-Hungary [now Piestany, Slovakia]
He was born in Piestany, Hungary, and came to the United States in 1940 after ten years studying at the Sorbonne where he worked in still and motion picture photography. After studying acting at the Barter Theater (Abingdon, VA), he made his 1943 debut on Broadway in "Dark Eyes" under the name Geza Korvin. It was then than movie producer Charles K. Feldman signed him to a contract with Universal. There, with the new name Charles Korvin, he played the title role, a French thief, in "Enter Arsene Lupin" (1944). His next three movies paired him romatically with Merle Oberon. Read more...

Actor

Character: Capt. Thiele

Ship of Fools 1965

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Character: Dr. Kohn

Holocaust 1978

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Character: General Surin

I Spy 1965

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Character: Boleslaw Sublinski

The Loretta Young Show 1953

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Character: Heinrich Bauer

The United States Steel Hour 1953

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Character: Dr. Michel Touzac

This Love of Ours 1945

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Character: Bruce Van Cleve

The Ford Television Theatre 1952

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Character: Von Zimmer

The Alcoa Hour 1955

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Character: Dr. Andre Demerre

Climax! 1954

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