This side may be not too interesting for our English speaking visitors, but in Germany it's not easy to hear Lex' own voice because his movies are all dubbed. So the sound files on this site are one of the very rare possibilities to hear it!
Lex Barker made one record in 1965. These pictures are taken during rehearsals for this record:
Lex with Caterina Valente in the studio
Photo: Lothar Winkler/Hipp-Foto-Berlin
Lex with mouth organ player René Giessen,
who played the main melody for the record.
(Courtesy of René Giessen 2007)
Here are some sound files with Lex' own voice from some of his movies and his record:
Lex' own voice of this movie
Lex' dubbing voice of this movie
From "Doll Face"
...going to happen. Tell him that we help him to find the boat. ... me, Mister. Joe, head back coast! ... I would call this empty. Let's look up and down the beach. (120 Kb)
These lines are very difficult to hear clearly.
From "The Farmer's Daughter"
Go now, Mr. Winder, it will be safe! (57 Kb)
Just a minute, congressman, you can't go now! You must stay and tell Katrin what she is doing wrong... (101 Kb)
From "Mr. Blandings builds his Dream House"
Hey, Mister, you're the owner here, aren't you? Just the man I want to see! ... On them second floor lintels between the lalley columns, you want we should rabbet them or not? ... Second floor lintels, between the lalleys. ... On the blueprint you can't count. You want they should be rabbeted? ... Ok, you're the doctor! Hey, fellows! You got any of them rabbetted lintels set? Rip 'em up! (311 Kb)
(I finally got help with this difficult sentence by Marlies from the Australian Friends of Karl May. She wrote this corrected version for me. Thanks and Greetings to Down Under!)
The same part with German dubbing actor (294 Kb)
Look, Mister, it's Saturday! We quit at 12 o'clock! (38 Kb)
The same part with German dubbing actor (38 Kb)
(He is ...) around back! Trying to figure out what to do about them windows. ... Not these, they don't fit! (58 Kb)
From "Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome"
You didn't see the sign! What kind of an excuse is that? Who are you guys? Where are you from? (60 Kb)
You know what I think? I think you guys are a couple of cadaver snatchers! (47 Kb)
From "Return of the Bad Men"
In this movie Lex has three different dubbing actors!
Surely this is a miserable country you picked up! Where's all them big fat banks you wrote us about? (66 Kb)
The same part with German dubbing actor (70 Kb)
Allright, hurry it up! I want to be out of this country by sundown! (42 Kb)
The same part with German dubbing actor (42 Kb)
From "The Velvet Touch"
And as far as I can remember there was nothing unusual going on backstage — outside of being a closing night — I imagine so, captain — no, I didn't, captain. (120 Kb)
Sibylle helped me with this sentence and some question marks I had on this page. Thanks a lot! "Closing night" means in German something like "letzte Vorstellung".
From "Battles of Chief Pontiac"
Sir, the point is someone must order this Colonel van Weber to stop his butchery. (92 Kb)
Respect Colonel? Never! You're already hated! (105 Kb)
Chief Pontiac ist honest and generous with those he trusts. He believes this country is big enough for indians and whites to live side by side in peace. - So do I. (250 Kb)
Many soldiers are coming by ship to reenforce the garrison of Fort Detroit. This ship is strong - war canoes can do nothing against it. (201 Kb)
Squaw, follow me, head down. - Do as you're told - two paces behind, quick! - Squaw make fire! Cook food! (186 Kb)
It's an old indian custom, I have to. Otherwise they'd call me squaw man - I'm no squaw man! (155 Kb)
From "Thunder over the Plains"
I have a one-tracked mind, captain. I never confuse duty and sentiment. I didn't ask for this job, I was sent. Allright, I'm here. My only concern is to get out of this hole as quickly as possible. What I've seen of the place is it isn't exactly a social paradise. (212 Kb)
The same part with German dubbing actor (237 Kb)
You're Nora Wilson! But that was your name just a few years ago. Mr. William Hodges, fresh out of West Point, requests the honour of dancing with Miss Nora Wilson. (136 Kb)
The same part with German dubbing actor (149 Kb)
I ran into a door, Sir. (18 Kb)
The same part with German dubbing actor (24 Kb)
From "The Man from Bitter Ridge"
You're the posse? You got here just in time to join me in a smoke. The fellow you're looking for rode out of here on a bay. (82 Kb)
The same part with German dubbing actor (90 Kb)
Food's pretty good, Sheriff. I'll be happy to recommend your calaboose, when I get out of here! (51 Kb)
The same part with German dubbing actor (53 Kb)
You know a beady-eyed fellow with a scar here and here? (57 Kb)
The same part with German dubbing actor (49 Kb)
Mr. Roberts, I got a proposition to make. Tell me all you know about the Jackmans and I'll see that you get off as easy as possible. (84 Kb)
Once again thanks to Marlies for helping me with some words in this film!
From "Away All Boats"
Oh, the weather was quite rough for a while, wasn't it? (51 Kb)
After all, there was nothing to do... (47 Kb)
But the captain thinks there's a passage somewhere (58 Kb)
Our job is to find it and then rescue the troops (83 Kb)
Gentlemen, the army needs a hand (68 Kb)
From "The Girl in Black Stockings"
We're not dealing with an ordinary killer commiting an ordinary crime. None of the accepted motives is involved. No revenge, money, no self-defence. No premeditation (Vorsatz) here. This killer is different. (156 Kb)
From "The Strange Awakening"
I'm sorry. I can't remember where I am — you said something about home before? My mind must be playing tricks on me. My name is... (108 Kb)
My name is Gordy — Gordon — Phillip — Brendan — Friend — jr. (112 Kb)
From "La Dolce Vita"
Je crois que ce costume n'est pas correct (30Kb)
You look much better overstashed (33Kb)
From "Mission in Morocco"
His body was found on a beach in Morocco, he's been murdered (76 Kb)
Yes, I know, you gave him a nice funeral (44 Kb)
What kind of shoes was Kennedy wearing when he was found (65 Kb)
darling, you're staying right here in this hotel! There's been one murder
and I can't have you mixed up any more (131 Kb)
From "Treasure of Silver Lake"
As for this movie I doubt that this is Lex' own voice, please judge by yourself!
You are mistaken, Sam! Now the tramps know exactly where the map is. We must get the map from Patterson before they do!... (181 Kb)
The map must be the Great Salt Lake. Here - the sun shows the direction - due west. Here's a path, leading to the falls... (142 Kb)
From "Apache Gold"
That land is the Apaches. Them engineering problems concern the indian and right now of course many of them have come up... (111 Kb)
Well, that's fine. Now we understand each other better! I'm sorry, there's something I can only discuss with Mr. Bancroft. ... Oh, I see, allright then, why wasn't our line built according to plan? ... (465 Kb)
From "Last of the Renegades"
You're right. Do you know who the gunmen were who attacked you? - Why? - Leave it to me! ... (88 Kb)
The same part with German dubbing actor (95 Kb)
But I'm after two dangerous criminals. They went of in that direction. - Allright, I'll take you with me. ... (112 Kb)
From "Half Breed"
Don't be afraid, I'm Old Shatterhand! Oh, yes! Where's your father now? I'll go and tell him where you are. ... (121 Kb)
Get out of here, Ms. Bessy? I don't care what you say! All of you are going! We find some way to get you out of here... (195 Kb)
Why did you force him to drink Whiskey? ... (161 Kb)
From "Woman Times Seven"
Set aglow by the wind Simone radiates a wild vitality. He says: don't move! Stay as you are for all eternity! Simone in a sudden unpredictable caprice does a front flip and disappears among the butter cups, her hair flying in the wind. (284 Kb)
The same part with German dubbing actor (311 Kb) Gert Günther Hoffmann (Original dubbing)
The same part with German dubbing actor (312 Kb) Wolf Frass (DVD dubbing)
From "The Castle of the Walking Dead"
I'm leaving for the midlands in a short while. - A much more important case has come up - my own! (63 Kb)
The same part with German dubbing actor (89 Kb)
May I introduce myself - I'm Roger Mont Elise. (33 Kb)
The same part with German dubbing actor (36 Kb)
All I have from my family is this medaillon. I don't even know my own name. As a little boy I was left with a letter of credit, a bag of gold and this medaillon. It has on it a mountain, and a figure of a saint. (149 Kb)
From "Tales of Tomorrow, ep. "Red Dust""
Two men lost in an expedition like this it's not so bad... What you got to do, Charlie, is think about yourself! (84 Kb)
From "Rudi-Carrell Show"
Old Shatterhand freut sich, seinen Freund wieder zu sehen. (54 Kb)
Ja, es war sehr schwer. Überall sind Komantschen und Sioux. Plötzlich war ich in einem großen Kampf. (142 Kb)
From "Night Gallery, ep. "The Waiting Room""
Are you for a fact, Sam? ... Oh, just don't get too warm - or too relieved! (99 Kb)
The only Record/CD! (recorded in 1965)
Mädchen in Samt und Seide (381 Kb) A side of record
Information on Lex' German dubbing actors and voice samples are available on page Dubbing
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