Franz Hanfstingl

Actor - Germany
Born 1941

Franz Hanfstingl was born in 1941. He is a German Actor, known for 21 Hours at Munich (1975), Schloss Hohenstein (1992), Regina auf den Stufen (1991), Franz Hanfstingl's first movie on record is from 1975. His last motion picture on file dates from 1998.
Biographical Notes in German: Besondere Fähigkeiten: Tauchen, Golf, Segeln.

Franz Hanfstingl Filmography [Auszug]
1998: [03.28] Der grade Weg (Cast: Architekt Lenz), Directed by Erich Neureuther, with , Siegfried Rauch, Christoph Lindert,
1998: [] Unsere Kinder - verschollen im Urlaub (Cast), Directed by Sigi Rothemund, with Constanze Engelbrecht, Stefan Meinke,
1996: [12.19] Jenseits der Stille (Beyond Silence) (Cast), Directed by Caroline Link, with , Emmanuelle Laborit, Stephan Kampwirth,
1993: [02.23] Grüss Gott, Genosse ! (Cast: Vierstetter), Directed by Manfred Stelzer, with , Anton Pointecker, Pierre René Müller,
1992: [12.29] Schloss Hohenstein (La Croce del Sud) (Cast: Linlau), Directed by Georg Tressler, with , Mathieu Carrière, Ruth-Maria Kubitschek,
1991: [01.07] Regina auf den Stufen (Cast), Directed by Bernd Fischerauer, with Katja Riemann, Mark Kuhn, Serge Avedikian,
1991: [09. ] Schloss Pompom Rouge (Cast: Friedrich von Stolzenfels), Directed by Michael Zens, with , , Dirc Simpson,
1978: [05.21] Tatort - Schlussverkauf (Cast: Personalchef), Directed by Wilm ten Haaf, with Hans-Dieter Asner, Werner Schulze-Erdel, Kyra Mladeck,
1975: [11.07] 21 Hours at Munich (Cast: Captain Ebel), Directed by William A. Graham, with William Holden, Shirley Knight, Franco Nero,

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