WorldCat Identities

Vogeding, Fredrik 1887-1942

Works: 10 works in 11 publications in 1 language and 902 library holdings
Genres: Drama  Detective and mystery films  Action and adventure films  Gangster films  Thrillers (Motion pictures)  Film adaptations  War films  History  Television adaptations 
Roles: Actor
Classifications: PN1997, 791.4372
Publication Timeline
Most widely held works by Fredrik Vogeding
Charlie Chan in Shanghai( Visual )

1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 334 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Chan visits the country of his honorable ancestors only to encounter a murder and an opium ring"--Container
Mysterious Mr. Moto( Visual )

1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 190 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"After orchestrating a daring escape from the infamous Devil's Island prison, an undercover Mr. Moto flees with his cellmate -- a ruthless murderer -- to London. Determined to infiltrate the killer's gang of assassins and discover the identity of its leader, Mr. Moto must use all of his wits -- and disguises -- to trap a criminal mastermind and destroy his evil organization -- before he strikes again!"--Container
Mr. Moto takes a chance( Visual )

1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 187 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"On a mission to unmask the leader of a military uprising in Tong Moi, Mr. Moto finds himself deep in the darkest jungles of Asia posing as an archaeologist. But when his excavation of a local temple unearths a massive cache of weapons and explosives, Mr. Moto is compelled to join forces with a beautiful -- but mysterious -- adventurer whose interest in Tong Moi may not be as innocent as it seems"--Container
Think fast, Mr. Moto( Visual )

1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 183 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"When his import/export business is infiltrated by international diamond smugglers, Mr. Moto must follow a trail of clues littered with beautiful women, glittering gems and deadly assassins. Making his way from the mysterious streets of San Francisco's Chinatown, to the dark and dangerous alleys of Shanghai, Mr. Moto will stop at nothing to bring the culprits to justice--even if it means making the ultimate sacrifice!"--Container
The man I married( Visual )

2 editions published in 1940 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

An American girl falls in love and marries a German who is slowly being seduced by the Nazi Party. She must find a way to escape with their child before it's too late
Four sons( Visual )

1 edition published in 1940 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"In 1936, in the village of Czechoslovakian Kolna near the German border, Frau Freida Bern lovingly cares for her sons, Chris, Karl, Fritz and Joseph. The boys' father was killed in World War I when he was forced to fight for Germany, and Frau Bern is delighted that Joseph is carrying on his father's dream of going to America. Frau Bern gives the money she has saved to Joseph for the journey, and the other boys unselfishly wish him well and tell him to send for them. Meanwhile, Chris, who is very patriotic, argues with Karl, who has joined a German 'social club' and supports Germany. The rift between the brothers grows deeper when Karl and Anna, Chris's longtime girl friend, discover that they are passionately in love. Frau Bern makes peace between the brothers, and Chris puts aside his feelings to celebrate at Anna and Karl's wedding. At the reception, however, Karl is called to duty by his German friends, who are seeking to kill one of their captured spies before he talks. Anna is crushed to discover that her bridegroom has disappeared on their wedding night, but vows to stand by him and tends to his injuries when he returns home after accomplishing his mission. As time passes, Anna presents Karl with a son, and Joseph gets a good job in New York. One day, Karl is visited by Nazi officers, who wish for him to formally enlist in the Army. Chris and Karl almost come to blows after Chris pulls a gun on the men, but once again their mother urges them to forego their violence. Frau Bern tries to convince Karl that the Nazis are wrong, but he refuses to listen, and later, when the Czechs mobilize against the Nazis, Karl enlists as a Nazi officer, while Chris marches with the Czech Army. The Czechs are forced to cede Sudetenland to the Nazis in order to avoid war, and Chris bitterly decries traitors like Karl, who deserted the Czech Army. Chris and Karl return home, and after Chris discovers from Karl that the Nazis have a list of local citizens who are to be murdered so that they do not cause trouble, he rushes out to warn them. He is too late to save the burgomaster, whom he finds dead in his home, and he is then chased and wounded by Nazi soldiers. While Chris is hiding in the swamp, he sees and shoots a Nazi soldier who is searching for him. Chris makes it back home, where Frau Bern hides him before the Nazis find him. The soldiers, led by former family friend Max Sturm, arrive and instead of looking for Chris, who they do not know is the one who shot the soldier, they bring Karl, who has been badly wounded. Frau Bern realizes that Chris accidentally shot his own brother, but nonetheless tries to force Anna to keep quiet after Karl dies. Anna spitefully denounces Chris, and he is killed when the Nazis find him. Soon after, Joseph sends money for his mother and Fritz to come to America, but it is too late, for Fritz is drafted into the German Army. The grieving mother says goodbye to her youngest son, and soon he is killed in Warsaw. Frau Bern is presented with the Iron Cross for Fritz's bravery, and she bitterly comments that the first time she was presented with the medal was when her husband was killed. After Frau Bern sees a troop of young boys learning to march, she pleads with Anna to take Karl, Jr. to America. Anna finally admits that the war is senseless, and the two women go with the child to the train station. There they are bid farewell by Joseph's former schoolteacher, Herr Kapek, who has just been released from a concentration camp, and he assures them that 'barbed wire cannot hold the spirit of man.' Frau Bern, Anna and Karl, Jr. board the train, and begin the journey to a new life of freedom"--AFI catalog, 1931-1940
Below the sea( Visual )

1 edition published in 1933 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Safari( Visual )

1 edition published in 1940 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

All men are enemies( Visual )

1 edition published in 1934 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Wharf angel( Visual )

1 edition published in 1934 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

"On the wharfs of San Francisco, saloon girl Toy, also known as Mary, lives over Mother Bright's bar. When Como Murphy, a fugitive from the law, hides in her room, she falls in love with him. He explains that after he spoke out about the rights of man to a crowd, a riot ensued, during which a policeman was killed. Como took the gun from the killer, but is thought to be guilty of the crime himself. Como, who reciprocates Mary's love, spends the night with her, but leaves to keep her out of danger. He joins the crew of a ship sailing to China after he is befriended by Turk, a big lumbering sailor who is also in love with Mary. Each man is unaware that they love the same woman. While on board the ship, Como becomes the hero of the men because he stands up for them, and entreats them to treat one another as brothers rather than as competitors. After some rivalry, Como and Turk become fast friends. In the meantime, Mary attempts to hold down a regular job at a coffee shop but is fired when they find out she was 'that kind of girl, ' and is unable to find other work. Como returns to San Francisco and is reunited with Mary, who implores him to escape to Mexico with her. Turk, meanwhile, prevents fellow seaman Sadik from turning Como in for the reward money, promising to kill any man who does. Turk also proposes marriage to Mary. Desperate to escape with Como, she agrees to the marriage on condition he provide her with some money, and he does so, believing she intends to purchase a wedding dress. When Turk finds out that Mary actually plans to run away with Como, he becomes enraged and turns Como in to the police. After Como is imprisoned, Turk regrets his betrayal and uses the reward money to hire a lawyer, who arranges for Como's release. Mary visits Como in jail and tells him that both he and Turk are now free"--AFI catalog, 1931-1940
Audience Level
Audience Level
  Kids General Special  
Audience level: 0.27 (from 0.24 for Charlie Ch ... to 0.99 for Wharf ange ...)

Alternative Names
Frederick Vogeding actor

Vogeding, Frederik 1887-1942

Vogeding, Fredrik 1887-1942

English (11)