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Paul Baudisch (1899–1977)

Paul Baudisch was born in 1899 in Austria. He was a writer, known for Professor Nachtfalter (1951), Soldat Bom (1948) and Pappa Bom (1949). He died in 1977. See full bio »


in Austria


(age 78)

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Known For

Professor Nachtfalter
Soldat Bom
Soldat Bom Writer
Pappa Bom
Pappa Bom Writer
Flyg-Bom Writer


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 1959 Bara en kypare (written by - as Per Schytte)
 1957 91 Karlsson slår knockout (uncredited)
 1956 Kulla-Gulla (as Per Skytte)
 1956 Sju vackra flickor (as Per Schytte)
 1955 Ljuset från Lund (as Per Schytte)
 1954 Flottans glada gossar (as Per Schytte)
 1953 Dum-Bom (writer)
 1953 Dansa, min docka... (as Per Schytte)
 1952 Flyg-Bom (as Per Skytte)
 1951 Tull-Bom (as Per Schytte)
 1950 Maija löytää sävelen (original screenplay - uncredited)
 1949 Pappa Bom (writer)
 1949 Svenske ryttaren (writer)
 1949 Greven från gränden (writer)
 1949 Le signal rouge (novel - as Paul Baudish)
 1948 Soldat Bom (writer - as Per Schytte)
 1946 Eviga länkar (as R. Baudisch)
 1945 En förtjusande fröken (screenplay)
 1945 Svarta rosor (uncredited)
 1945 Sussie (uncredited)
 1944 Appassionata (as George Martens)
 1943 The Sin of Anna Lans (as George Martens)
 1941 Tonight or Never (as A. Paul)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

R. Baudisch | Paul Baudish | George Martens | A. Paul | Per Schytte | Per Skytte

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Wrote many screenplays together with Adolf Schütz.

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