Ludwig Schmid-Wildy

Ludwig Schmid-Wildy was born in 1896 as son of a sculptor from Schwabing, Germany. As a child, he was the model for the "Munchner Kindl", a famous statue in Munich. He became a confectioner-apprentice. Some of his customers were Liesl Karlstadt and Karl Valentin, German actors. In the 1920s he started acting. To the fans of German film and theatre, especially Bavarian "Volkstheater" he will be remembered as the personification of the ancient, clever Bavarian. In real life he was an clever inventor, too. Some of his inventions were a battery, a turbine engine and a machine for potato-dumplings.

 

(Taken from IBDB)



DER STOSSTRUPP (1934)

Dies ist ein Film (auf Deutsch mit englischen Untertiteln) über die deutschen Stoßtruppen an der Westfront im Ersten Weltkrieg, im Jahr 1917.

THE SHOCK TROOPS (1934)

This is a film (in German with English subtitles) about the German Shock troops on the Western front in the First World War, in the year 1917.

DER STOSSTRUPP (1934)

Dies ist ein Film (auf Deutsch mit englischen Untertiteln) über die deutschen Stoßtruppen an der Westfront im Ersten Weltkrieg, im Jahr 1917.

THE SHOCK TROOPS (1934)

This is a film (in German with English subtitles) about the German Shock troops on the Western front in the First World War, in the year 1917.