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Amiable Movie Villain, Is Tired or Nazi Roles
Fun-Loving Waller Slezak, Viennese, Who Has Arrived In More Congenial Type Of Character, Wants No More Of Former Despicable Parts
The Hartford Courant (1923-1991) - Hartford, Conn.
Author: Shaffer, Rosalind
Date: Jan 20, 1946
Start Page: A15
Pages: 1
Abstract (Document Summary)

Hollywood, (AP.)--Walter Siezak, six-foot, 240 pound blond Viennese, known mostly for his Nazi roles, finally has arrived in a more congenial type of character. As the tongue-in-cheek villain who messes things up for Maureen O'Hara and Paul Henreid...

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