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Helmut Weiss

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Years active  1935 - 1969

Name  Helmut Weiss
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Born  25 January 1907Gottingen, Lower Saxony German Empire
Died  January 13, 1969(1969-01-13) (aged 61) West Berlin, West Germany
Occupation  Actor, Screenwriter, Film Director

Helmut Weiss (January 25, 1907 – January 13, 1969) was a German actor, screenwriter and film director. He was notable for directing Tell the Truth the first film produced in what was to become the future West Germany after the Second World War. It was made in Hamburg in the British Zone of Occupation. Much of the film had already been made at the UFA studios in Berlin shortly before the arrival of the Red Army, but Weiss dramatically re-shot it. The film was significant in its use of outdoor locations in common with other post-war rubble films.

Contents

Actor

  • Trouble Backstairs (1935)
  • Scandal at the Fledermaus (1936)
  • Nanon (1938)
  • Kitty and the World Conference (1939)
  • The Girl from Fano (1941)
  • The Gasman (1941)
  • Rembrandt (1942)
  • Love and Trumpets (1954)
  • Oasis (1955)
  • Fanny Hill (1964)
  • Screenwriter

  • I Entrust My Wife to You (1943)
  • Hello, Fraulein! (1949)
  • Beloved Liar (1950)
  • Street Serenade (1953)
  • Santa Lucia (1956)
  • Director

  • Die Feuerzangenbowle (1944)
  • Quax in Africa (not completed during the Reich; allied ban in 1945; shown in 1953)
  • Tell the Truth (1946)
  • King of Hearts (1947)
  • Tromba (1949)
  • Don't Dream, Annette (1949)
  • The Disturbed Wedding Night (1950)
  • My Friend the Thief (1951)
  • Once on the Rhine (1952)
  • Hubertus Castle (1954)
  • Love and Trumpets (1954)
  • The First Day of Spring (1956)
  • Lemke's Widow (1957)
  • An American in Salzburg (1958)
  • Rendezvous in Vienna (1959)
  • Drei Mann in einem Boot (1961)
  • References

    Helmut Weiss Wikipedia


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