Walter Schmidinger, 80, Austrian actor.Note this excerpt from my recent September post re: Paul Dietzel & Victor Zinger (RIIIIP): Sinker Sailor Soldier Spy. As you can see, one of the deceased pertaining to the post has the surname "Zinger"... an audd name and trust me, I was being polite by refraining myself from saying what I thought: Zinger is a real hum-dinger.
On going to Walter's wiki page, I noted the following under the section, Selected Filmography:
Erland Josephson, Actor/Author R.I.P. 88**. The other film that stood out was "Ice Age". Namely because that has been a focus in posts as of late. So note the following from Wikipedia regarding the film, Ice Age:
Ice Age (German: Eiszeit) is a 1975 West German drama film directed by Peter Zadek.The name Peter Zadek is meaningful given that his surname is an addition to the recent "Z in Names" pattern-cluster, and as well, his first name falls into the recent "Peter/Stone" pattern-cluster. I consider this our next lead then. Note the following from Peter's wiki page:
Peter Zadek (19 May 1926 – 30 July 2009)What immediately stood out is his date of birth, and the reason why has to do with the following:
Gene Petit (May 19 – September 29, 2013)Peter Zadek and Gene Petit (the subject of my previous post) have the same birthday... so what are the chances that by simply following the leads, a "May 19" pattern-cluster would crop up "seemingly" out of the Blue?!
Going back to the film, Ice Age, note the following under cast:
So not only do we have a "Zinger" and a "dinger", butt now we have a "tinger", and nott just any tinger, butt a "Quality Tinger". Note the following from Qualtinger's wiki page:
- Helmut Qualtinger - Fitler / Old Officer
So is that Smith in the prefix of Schmidinger?! Perhaps the cryptic communication is "smith humdinger".
Helmut Qualtinger (alt. sp. Helmuth Qualtinger) (8 October 1928 – 29 September 1986)He died on the 29th of September... the anniversary date of his death was yesterday... less than 2 hours ago, hence falling into the "Off By One" pattern-cluster. Note the following etymology of Helmut re http://www.behindthename.com/name/helmut: