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Fritz Grünbaum (1880–1941)

Fritz Grünbaum was born on April 7, 1880 in Brünn, Moravia, Austria-Hungary [now Brno, Czech Republic] as Franz Friedrich Grünbaum. He was an actor and writer, known for A Song, a Kiss, a Girl (1932), The Dollar Princess (1971) and Jeder fragt nach Erika (1931). He was married to Lilly Herzl, Mizzi Dressl and Karolina Nagelmüller. He died on ... See full bio »

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Filmography

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 1932 Rosmarin im Glück (Short)
 1932 Mensch ohne Namen
Erwin Gablinky
 1932 Mädchen zum Heiraten
Sigurd Bernstein, Heiratsvermittler
 1932 A Song, a Kiss, a Girl
Adolph Münzer (as Fritz Graunembaum)
 1932 For Once I'd Like to Have No Troubles
Chef des Konfektionshauses
 1932 Things Are Getting Better Already
Justizrat Feldacker
 1931 Arm wie eine Kirchenmaus
Schünzl
 1931 Der brave Sünder
Kalapka
 1931 Meine Frau, die Hochstaplerin
Silbermann, ein Agent
 1931 The Theft of the Mona Lisa
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Alternate Names:

Fritz Graunembaum
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Cabaret artist with Vienna's "Simplizissimus" and author of operettas and revues. A former lawyer, he took to performing from 1906. His lampooning of the Nazis, combined with the fact that he was a Jew, led to his internment in Dachau concentration camp. Already suffering from consumption, he died there in 1941.

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