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Alfred Halm (1861–1951)

Alfred Halm was born on December 9, 1861 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary. He was a writer and director, known for Das Geschlecht der Schelme. 2. Teil (1918), Die Marchesa d'Armiani (1920) and Am anderen Ufer (1918). He died on February 5, 1951 in Berlin, Germany. See full bio »


(age 89) in Berlin, Germany

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 1933 C'était un musicien (screenplay)
 1933 Es war einmal ein Musikus (writer)
 1933 The Emperor's Waltz (writer)
 1930 Das Mädel aus U.S.A. (idea)
 1929 Why Cry at Parting? (writer)
 1929 Liebe im Schnee (manuscript)
 1928 Villa Falconieri (writer)
 1928 Das Girl von der Revue (idea)
 1928 Das Fräulein von Kasse 12 (writer)
 1926 Kreuzer Emden
 1926 Wien, wie es weint und lacht (manuscript)
 1926 The Bohemian Dancer (adaptation)
 1923 Das Weib auf dem Panther (writer)
 1919 Die Fahrt ins Blaue (writer)
 1919 Rose Bernd (writer)
 1919 Das Werkzeug des Cosimo (writer)
 1919 Pogrom (writer)
 1919 Die Madonna mit den Lilien (script)
 1919 Die Sühne der Martha Marx (writer)
 1919 Das Fest der Rosella (writer)
 1918 Am anderen Ufer (writer)
 1918 Nightshade (screenplay)
 1918 Die Dreizehn (writer)
 1918 Jadwiga (writer)
 1918 Das Frühlingslied (writer)
 1918 Die Rose von Dschiandur (writer)
 1914 Vater und Sohn (Short)
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With the rise of the National Socialists he did not get engagements anymore. See more »

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