|Occupation Film producer|
Years active 1956-2002
|Name Horst Wendlandt|
Role Film producer
|Born 15 March 1922 (1922-03-15) Berlin, Germany|
Died August 30, 2002, Berlin, Germany
Spouse Ilse Wendlandt (m. ?–2002)
Children Matthias Wendlandt, Susan Nielebock
Parents Gregor Gubanov, Auguste Klempnow, Fritz Wendlandt, Minna Wendlandt
Movies Treasure of the Silver Lake, Apache Gold, Winnetou: The Last Shot, Last of the Renegades, Among Vultures
Similar People Alfred Vohrer, Harald Reinl, Martin Bottcher, Pierre Brice, Lex Barker
Horst Wendlandt (15 March 1922 – 30 August 2002) was a German film producer. He produced 99 films between 1956 and 2002. He was born and died in Berlin, Germany.
In the 1960s Horst Wendlandt's production company Rialto Film produced films based on Edgar Wallace and Karl May, mostly directed by Alfred Vohrer or Harald Reinl.
In 1971 Horst Wendlandt founded the film distribution company Tobis Film (named after the old Tobis Film). Tobis was very successful in the 1970s with European films with Jean-Paul Belmondo, Louis de Funès, Terence Hill and Bud Spencer, also with Dino De Laurentiis-productions like Death Wish, Mandingo and King Kong.
ReferencesHorst Wendlandt Wikipedia
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