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Name  Max Nosseck
Role  Film director
Siblings  Martin Nosseck

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Died  September 29, 1972, Bad Wiessee, Germany
Spouse  Olly Gebauer, Ilse Steppat
Movies  Dillinger, The Hoodlum, The Brighton Strangler, Le Roi des Champs‑Elysees, Black Beauty
Similar People  Lawrence Tierney, Ilse Steppat, Allene Roberts, Marjorie Riordan, Moishe Oysher

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Max Nosseck (19 September 1902 – 29 September 1972) was a German film director, actor and screenwriter.


Nosseck was born in Nakel, then in Prussia, but now in Poland. Nosseck established himself as a director in the German Film Industry, but due to his Jewish background he was forced to emigrate following the Nazi takeover in 1933. He directed films in Spain, the Netherlands and United States. Following the Second World War he returned to work in the German and Austrian industries. Nosseck was married to Austrian actress Olly Gebauer.

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Selected filmography

  • Derby (1926)
  • Liebeskleeblatt (1930)
  • Dance Into Happiness (1930)
  • Einmal möcht' ich keine Sorgen haben (1932)
  • All Is at Stake (1932)
  • Wild Cattle (1934)
  • Le Roi des Champs-Élysées (1934)
  • De Big van het Regiment (1935)
  • Aventura oriental (1935)
  • Oranje Hein (1936)
  • Overture to Glory (1940)
  • Girls Under 21 (1940)
  • Gambling Daughters (1941)
  • Dillinger (1945)
  • The Brighton Strangler (1945)
  • Black Beauty (1946)
  • The Return of Rin Tin Tin (1947)
  • Kill or Be Killed (1950)
  • Korea Patrol (1951)
  • The Hoodlum (1951)
  • Garden of Eden (1954)
  • The Captain and His Hero (1955)
  • Singing in the Dark (1956)
  • Munchhausen in Africa (1958)
  • References

    Max Nosseck Wikipedia

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