Max Pallenberg (born December 18, 1877, as Max Pollack in Vienna - June 26, 1934, in Karlovy Vary) was an Austrian singer, actor and comedian. Although Pallenberg's career started in 1904 it wasn't until 1909 that he joined Theater an der Wien and (as of 1911) Vienna's Deutsches Volkstheater. However, it was at Berlin's Deutsches Theater where he left a lasting mark on German theatrical practice. He worked there with Max Reinhardt. Pallenberg's stellar role was in the Erwin Piscator's dramatic adaptation of Jaroslav Hašek's novel The Good Soldier Schweik.

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  • Max Pallenberg (* 18. Dezember 1877 in Wien, Österreich-Ungarn; † 26. Juni 1934 bei Karlsbad, Tschechoslowakei) war ein österreichischer Sänger (Bariton), Schauspieler und Komiker. Er war „einer der bedeutendsten Charakterkomiker seiner Zeit“ und spielte häufig unter der Regie von Max Reinhardt. (de)
  • Max Pallenberg (born December 18, 1877, as Max Pollack in Vienna - June 26, 1934, in Karlovy Vary) was an Austrian singer, actor and comedian. Although Pallenberg's career started in 1904 it wasn't until 1909 that he joined Theater an der Wien and (as of 1911) Vienna's Deutsches Volkstheater. However, it was at Berlin's Deutsches Theater where he left a lasting mark on German theatrical practice. He worked there with Max Reinhardt. Pallenberg's stellar role was in the Erwin Piscator's dramatic adaptation of Jaroslav Hašek's novel The Good Soldier Schweik. In 1917 he married Fritzi Massary who was one of the divas of the 1920s. In 1933 they left Germany for Austria. A year later he died in an airplane crash near Karlovy Vary in today's Czech Republic. Pallenberg also starred in several films: * "Pampulik als Affe" (1912) * "Pampulik kriegt ein Kind" (1912) * "Pampulik hat Hunger" (1913) * "Max und seine zwei Frauen" (1915) * "Der rasende Roland" (1915) * "Kapellmeister Pflegekind" (1915) * "Die Nacht und der Leichnam" (1921) * The Virtuous Sinner (1931) with Heinz Rühmann (en)
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  • Max Pallenberg (* 18. Dezember 1877 in Wien, Österreich-Ungarn; † 26. Juni 1934 bei Karlsbad, Tschechoslowakei) war ein österreichischer Sänger (Bariton), Schauspieler und Komiker. Er war „einer der bedeutendsten Charakterkomiker seiner Zeit“ und spielte häufig unter der Regie von Max Reinhardt. (de)
  • Max Pallenberg (born December 18, 1877, as Max Pollack in Vienna - June 26, 1934, in Karlovy Vary) was an Austrian singer, actor and comedian. Although Pallenberg's career started in 1904 it wasn't until 1909 that he joined Theater an der Wien and (as of 1911) Vienna's Deutsches Volkstheater. However, it was at Berlin's Deutsches Theater where he left a lasting mark on German theatrical practice. He worked there with Max Reinhardt. Pallenberg's stellar role was in the Erwin Piscator's dramatic adaptation of Jaroslav Hašek's novel The Good Soldier Schweik. (en)
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