Erich von Stroheim
Erich von Stroheim (September 22, 1885 – May 12, 1957), was an American director, actor, screenwriter, and writer of Austrian origin. As an actor, Stroheim was often seen in the role of an arrogant and unscrupulous villain. Therefore, the producers invented the slogan "The man you like to hate." In the 1920s, Stroheim was one of the leading directors in Hollywood with films such as Greed and The Merry Widow. After 1933 he was no longer employed as a director and worked again as an actor. In films such as La Grande Illusion or Sunset Boulevard he had great success as a performer but also appeared in numerous B-movies.
Erich von Stroheim can be seen using the following weapons in the following films:
|Colt M1911||Lt. Kurt von Schnieditz||The Unbeliever||1918|
|Luger P08||Lt. Eric von Eberhard||The Heart of Humanity||1918|
|Smith & Wesson Model M&P||Count Wladislaw Sergius Karamzin||Foolish Wives||With a suppressor||1922|
|12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun|
|Colt M1911||Maj. von Rauffenstein||La Grande Illusion||1937|