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Rudolf Lettinger made his mark in the world of entertainment when he acted in "Das Kabinett des Dr. Caligari" (1921). In 1912, he made his screen debut in Emil Albes' "Das Geheimnis Von Monte Carlo." In 1920, he starred in the German expressionist horror classic "Das Cabinet Des Dr. Caligari" ("The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari"). In 1925, he played the lead role in Erich Schönfelder's "Die Faru Mit Dem Etwas."

Rudolf Lettinger made his mark in the world of entertainment when he acted in "Das Kabinett des Dr. Caligari" (1921). In 1912, he made his screen debut in Emil Albes' "Das Geheimnis Von Monte Carlo." In 1920, he starred in the German expressionist horror classic "Das Cabinet Des Dr. Caligari" ("The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari"). In 1925, he played the lead role in Erich Schönfelder's "Die Faru Mit Dem Etwas."

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Born: July 15, 1888 New York, NY
Died: October 18, 1952 Toluca Lake, CA
Associating with Sam Warner, Levinson helped bring the first sound to motion pictures in the 1926 film "Don Juan." He also worked with Warners on "The Jazz Singer" and was head of Warner Bros. sound department. Starting as a wireless telegraph operator at the age of 14, he also served as a major in WWI. He began working in pictures in 1926, later receiving a special Oscar for his outstanding service in the industry as well as in the Army.

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