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Von Stroheim

[ von -stroh-hahym, shtroh-; German fuhn -shtroh-hahym ]
/ vɒn ˈstroʊ haɪm, ˈʃtroʊ-; German fən ˈʃtroʊ haɪm /
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noun
E·rich [er-ik; German ey-rikh], /ˈɛr ɪk; German ˈeɪ rɪx/, 1885–1957, U.S. actor and director, born in Austria.
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von Stroheim
/ (vɒn ˈstrəʊˌhaɪm, ˈʃtrəʊ-, fɒn) /

noun
Erich (ˈeːrɪç), real name Hans Erich Maria Stroheim von Nordenwall. 1885–1957, US film director and actor, born in Austria, whose films include Foolish Wives (1921) and Greed (1923)
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