Talk:Karl Valentin

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Karl_Valentin#Films_on_DVD[edit]

In Karl_Valentin#Films_on_DVD "Spielfilme" is translated as "Game Movies". Shouldn't that be "feature films"? --Gradzeichen (talk) 14:44, 4 June 2012 (UTC)

Wartime[edit]

This person was alive during World War II, and almost certain someone that the Nazis would have regarded as subversive and threatening, given his connections and proclivites. So what happened to him during that era? Was he incarcerated? Regarded as too elderly by then to be a threat? (History seems to show that this was rarely the case.) Kept under house arrest? Just closely monitored? Forced into exhile? The article is incredibly incomplete without this information. 75.216.11.84 (talk) 22:52, 28 October 2012 (UTC)

no jail, no house arrest (according to german wiki article)178.210.114.106 (talk) 18:18, 20 January 2013 (UTC)

list of Valentin's work: Short Films by Karl Valentin

Karl Valentins Hochzeit (1912 oder 1913)
Die lustigen Vagabunden (1912)
Der neue Schreibtisch (1913 oder 1914)
Die Schönheitskonkurrenz oder: Das Urteil des Paris (1921)
Der entflohene Hauptdarsteller (1921)
Mysterien eines Frisiersalons (1922)
Auf dem Oktoberfest (1923)
Der Feuerwehrtrompeter (1929)
Im Photoatelier (1932)
Orchesterprobe (1933)
Der Zithervirtuose (1934)
Es knallt (1934)
Der verhexte Scheinwerfer (1934)
Im Schallplattenladen (1934)
Der Theaterbesuch (1934)
So ein Theater! (1934)
Der Firmling (1934)
Musik zu zweien (1936)
Die Erbschaft (1936)
Strassenmusik (1936)
Ein verhängnisvolles Geigensolo (1936)
Die karierte Weste (1936)
Beim Rechtsanwalt (1936)
Kalte Füße/Beim Nervenarzt (1936)
Der Bittsteller (1936)
Ewig Dein (1937)
Selbst Valentin macht mit (Werbefilm für die Deutsche Sparkasse; 1937 oder 1938)
Nur nicht drängeln (Werbefilm für die Deutsche Sparkasse; 1937 oder 1938)
München (1938)
Der Antennendraht/Im Senderaum (1938)
In der Apotheke (1941)

Films by Karl Valentin

Der Sonderling (1929)
Die verkaufte Braut (1932)
Kirschen in Nachbars Garten (1935)
Donner, Blitz und Sonnenschein (1936)
he clearly kept on working during the nazi era178.210.114.106 (talk) 18:23, 20 January 2013 (UTC)

Valentin clearly was one of the few artists, which enjoyed Narrenfreiheit. In 1938 he answered to an enthusiast ("Hitler got 98% in the election!") a wide-spread remark "Curious! I've only met the 2% all day!" Like Django Reinhardt in Vichy-France, Valentin must have had very powerfull admirors.--92.230.217.107 (talk) 21:14, 4 February 2014 (UTC)

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