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Axel Eggebrecht (1899–1991)

Axel Eggebrecht was born on January 10, 1899 in Leipzig, Germany as Axel Constantin August Eggebrecht. He is known for his work on Stresemann (1957), Der Verlorene (1951) and Vienna Blood (1942). He was married to Inge Stolten. He died on July 14, 1991 in Hamburg, Germany. See full bio »

Died:

(age 92) in Hamburg, Germany

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Known For

Stresemann
Stresemann Writer
(1957)
Der Verlorene
Der Verlorene Writer
(1951)
Vienna Blood
Vienna Blood Writer
(1942)
Bel Ami
Bel Ami Writer
(1939)

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 1967 In Sachen Erzberger gegen Helfferich (TV Movie) (teleplay)
 1967 Der Röhm-Putsch (TV Movie)
 1960 Wer überlebt, ist schuldig (TV Movie)
 1957 Stresemann (screenplay) / (treatment)
 1954 A Love Story
 1952 Das Land des Lächelns (adaptation)
 1951 Der Verlorene (screenplay)
 1942 Vienna Blood
 1942 Anuschka
 1941 The Comedians
 1940 Operette
 1939 Gold in New Frisco (writer)
 1939 I Am Sebastian Ott (writer)
 1939 Marguerite : 3 (writer)
 1939 Bel Ami (writer)
 1938 Steputat & Co. (screenplay)
 1938 Musketier Meier III (writer)
 1938 Ihr Leibhusar (screenplay)
 1937 Millionenerbschaft (screenplay)
 1936 The Paris Adventure (screenplay)
 1936 When the Cock Crows (screenplay)
 1935 Das Geschenk (Short)
 1934 Pappi (uncredited)
 1934 Fräulein Frau (screenplay)
 1929 Der Kampf der Tertia (writer)
 1928 Teenagers' Republic (writer)
 1927 Zwei unterm Himmelszelt (titles)
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Trivia:

After the end of the Second World War, in June 1945, he was brought by British occupation officers to the former site of the governmental broadcast station. There, in September 1945 he was one of the founders of the Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk (Northwest German Broadcasting). As a journalist, Eggebrecht was one of the pioneers of the radio documentary. From 1963-1965 he reported on the Frankfurt ... See more »

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