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In Memory of Maximilian Schell: 1930-2014


Of Austrian and Swiss heritage, Maximilian Schell won a Best Actor Oscar for his role in Judgment at Nuremberg, which as only his second Hollywood film. Never really becoming a megastar, Schell took smaller roles in a variety of interesting and artistic films, though he did get two more Oscar nominations, one for Julia (Best Supporting Actor) and one for The Man in the Glass Booth (Best Actor).

Check out these Maximilian Schell movies at the Niles Public Library:


A Bridge Too Far (blu-ray)

The Brothers Bloom

Coast to Coast

The Deadly Affair

Deep Impact

The Freshman

Judgment at Nuremberg

Julia (1977)

The Man in the Glass Booth

Marlene (directed) (791.43028 DIE)

The Odessa File

Song of the Lark


The Young Lions

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