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Occupation  Lawyer, Writer
Children  Alexander Spoerl
Parents  Johann Heinrich Spoerl
Role  Author
Name  Heinrich Spoerl

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Born  February 8, 1887 (1887-02-08) Dusseldorf, German Empire
Known for  Humorous novels, the majority of which was later adapted for film
Died  August 25, 1955, Rottach-Egern, Germany
Movies  Die Feuerzangenbowle, The Gasman, If We All Were Angels
Spouse  Gertrud Kebben (m. 1915–1947), Emma Pazlik (m. 1911–1913)
Books  Die Feuerzangenbowle, Der Gasmann, Die Hochzeitsreise, Der Maulkorb, Wenn wir alle Engel waren, Gesammelte Werke

Heinrich Spoerl (1887–1955) was a German author.


Heinrich Christian Johann Spoerl was born on 8 February 1887 in Düsseldorf where he also grew up. He studied jurisprudence in Marburg, Berlin and Munich and was a solicitor in Düsseldorf from 1919 till 1937. He became a full-time writer in 1937 when he moved to Berlin which he left in 1941 to move to Bavaria. He took up law again from 1945 till 1948. He died on 25 August 1955 in Rottach-Egern.

Spoerl wrote a number of humorous novels and comedies, most of which were made into films:

  • Die Feuerzangenbowle, 1933
  • Wenn wir alle Engel wären, 1936
  • Der Maulkorb, 1936
  • Der Gasmann, 1940
  • Die Hochzeitsreise, 1946
  • Die weisse Weste, 1946
  • References

    Heinrich Spoerl Wikipedia

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