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Hans Deppe (1897–1969)

Hans Deppe was born on November 12, 1897 in Berlin, Germany as Hans Johannes Carl Otto Deppe. He was a director and actor, known for Der Schimmelreiter (1934), The Black Forest Girl (1950) and Immer die Radfahrer (1958). He died on September 23, 1969 in West Berlin, West Germany. See full bio »

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 1967 Wenn der junge Wein blüht (TV Movie) (theatre version)
 1966 Wie lernt man Reisen? (TV Movie)
 1964 Der Fall Pinneberg (TV Movie)
 1964 Der Schrank (TV Movie)
 1964 Schwarzer Peter (TV Short)
 1964 Haus Moorfrieden (TV Movie)
 1962 Unsere Jenny (TV Movie)
 1955 Wenn die Alpenrosen blüh'n (supervisor)
 1954 Eternal Love
 1949 Die Kuckucks
 1941 Heimaterde
 1940 The Scapegoat
 1939 Das Ekel
 1938 Storms in May
 1937 Meiseken
 1936 Street Music
 1934 Bums, der Scheidungsgrund (Short)
 1934 Die kleinen Verwandten (Short)
 1934 Die rosarote Brille (Short)
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German actor-director, trained in Vienna and on stage from 1917. Made his reputation in the 1920's as comic and character actor, by the end of the decade forming his own troupe of young actors and co-founding the cabaret "Die Katakombe" in Berlin. A noted writer-director from 1934, he is credited with popularising the "Heimatfilm" genre. In addition, he wrote scripts for puppet theatre. See more »

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