For your information: Kammer did not want to have his family in this, said family has nothing to do with his work.
Film shows the actor of the Schiller-Theater Klaus Kammer at his home at Seehofstrasse 122 in Berlin's district Zehlendorf, Kammer rehearsing his part in "Clavigo" sitting in chair, jumping up to his desk, putting on his jacker going out, motioning to cameraman to follow him, kissing his two children good-bye, driving off in his Porsche sports-car, license number of car with abbreviation of his name, general view of his house, street sign "Seehofstrasse".
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Background: For your information: Kammer did not want to have his family in this, said family has nothing to do with his work. Sneaked the shot with the kids.
There might be a further story on him. he told me that he owned his life so to say - to an English soldier, who fed him thru in 1945. A Private Gerald Owen of 39th Field Butchery R.A.S.C, Hanover. Owen is supposed to live in London, Kammer asked if you could find that man to meet him when he comes to London.
Further coverage of Kammer together with Martin Held at the Schiller-Theater will be shot on Sunday 23-02-64, because Held is in Vienna at the moment.