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Doris Borkmann (1935–2017)

Doris Borkmann was born on March 13, 1935 in Berlin, Germany. She was an assistant director and casting director, known for First Spaceship on Venus (1960), Der Traum des Hauptmann Loy (1961) and Eine sonderbare Liebe (1984). She was married to Herbert Ehler. She died on May 12, 2017 in Potsdam, Brandenburg, Germany. See full bio »

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First Spaceship on Venus
First Spaceship on Venus Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
(1960)
Der Traum des Hauptmann Loy
Der Traum des Hauptmann Loy Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
(1961)
Eine sonderbare Liebe
Eine sonderbare Liebe Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
(1984)
Chingachgook, die grosse Schlange
Chingachgook, die grosse Schlange Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
(1967)

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 1997 Agentenfieber (TV Movie) (assistant director)
 1995 A.S. (TV Series) (first assistant director - 6 episodes)
- Liebe macht blind (1995) ... (first assistant director)
- Der böse Bruder (1995) ... (first assistant director)
- Der Test (1995) ... (first assistant director)
- Schatten der Vergangenheit (1995) ... (first assistant director)
- Bitte töte ihn (1995) ... (first assistant director)
 1994 Wenn alle Deutschen schlafen (TV Movie) (assistant director)
 1993 Ein Fall für zwei (TV Series) (assistant director - 1 episode)
- Ein Ticket zum Himmel (1993) ... (assistant director)
 1993 The Last U-Boat (TV Movie) (assistant director)
 1992 Die Lügnerin (assistant director)
 1992 Das große Fest (TV Movie) (assistant director)
 1992 Sie und Er (TV Movie) (assistant director)
 1991 Tandem (TV Movie) (assistant director)
 1991 Der Verdacht (assistant director)
 1991 Ende der Unschuld (TV Movie) (assistant director)
 1990 Die Rückkehr aus der Wüste (assistant director)
 1989 The Break (assistant director)
 1988 Bear Ye One Another's Burden (assistant director)
 1986 Blonder Tango (assistant director)
 1985 Gritta von Rattenzuhausbeiuns (assistant director)
 1984 Eine sonderbare Liebe (assistant director)
 1983 Fariaho (assistant director)
 1982 Busch singt - Sechs Filme über die erste Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts (TV Movie documentary) (assistant director)
 1980 Jadup und Boel (assistant director)
 1980 Solo Sunny (assistant director)
 1978 Ich zwing dich zu leben (assistant director)
 1977 Mama, ich lebe (assistant director)
 1976 Mann gegen Mann (assistant director)
 1975 Eine Pyramide für mich (assistant director)
 1974 Der nackte Mann auf dem Sportplatz (assistant director)
 1973 Die Elixiere des Teufels (assistant director)
 1971 Goya - oder Der arge Weg der Erkenntnis (assistant director)
 1970 Netzwerk (assistant director)
 1968 Mohr und die Raben von London (assistant director)
 1968 Ich war neunzehn (first assistant director)
 1967 Chingachgook, die grosse Schlange (assistant director - as Doris Borkmann-Kalbe)
 1964 Preludio 11 (assistant director)
 1963 Der Andere neben dir (TV Movie) (assistant director)
 1962 An französischen Kaminen (assistant director)
 1961 Der Traum des Hauptmann Loy (assistant director)
 1961 Septemberliebe (assistant director)
 1960 First Spaceship on Venus (assistant director)
 1959 Eine alte Liebe (assistant director)
 1958 Das Lied der Matrosen (assistant director)
 1958 Abenteuer in Bamsdorf (assistant director)
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