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    Classify a popular Bavarian Folk actor

    Helmut Fischer was born in Munich.
    In my opinion he was larger in height than the average ewok Bavarian.
    What do you make of him, some sort of almost pure Dinaric?





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    Re: A popular Bavarian Folk actor.

    Quote Originally Posted by Albtraum View Post
    Helmut Fischer was born in Munich.
    In my opinion he was larger in height than the average ewok Bavarian.
    What do you make of him, some sort of almost pure Dinaric?
    Yes, Dinarid... could also pass for French. Are Bavarians known in Germany to be short (in the popular consciousness)?

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    Re: A popular Bavarian Folk actor.

    pred.dinarid + minor alpinid, could pass as french

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    Re: A popular Bavarian Folk actor.

    Pred. Dinarid with UP influences.
    Germanic Ethnic, Cultural, Spiritual and Racial preservation

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    Re: A popular Bavarian Folk actor.

    Reminds me Schroder

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    Re: A popular Bavarian Folk actor.

    This is not going to be anthropological or scientific in the least bit, but he reminds me of an older Johnny Cash in that bottom picture. Call me crazy I guess...

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    AW: A popular Bavarian Folk actor.

    Quote Originally Posted by OneFakeSaxon View Post
    Are Bavarians known in Germany to be short (in the popular consciousness)?
    Not really, it was just a bad joke…Because through the Media Bavarians "similar like the Irish" are portrayed as a traditional, life loving dirking Folk.

    Something like this.

    But I guess it is just jealousy because they are still proud of their regional traditions

    Quote Originally Posted by Pervitinist View Post
    A bissl was geht immer ...
    "Geh' Spatzl, schau, wia i schau!"

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