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Walter Kolm-Veltée (1910–1999)

Walter Kolm-Veltée was born on December 27, 1910 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary. He was a director and writer, known for Eroica (1949), Panoptikum 59 (1959) and Don Juan (1955). He died on March 8, 1999 in Vienna, Austria. See full bio »


(age 88) in Vienna, Austria

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Eroica Director
Panoptikum 59
Panoptikum 59 Director
Don Juan
Don Juan Director
Franz Schubert
Franz Schubert Director


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 1959 Panoptikum 59
 1958 Wiener Luft (segment "B: ...aber lieb sind sie doch!")
 1955 Don Juan
 1949 Eroica
 1935 Csardas: Her Wildest Night (as Walter Kolm)
 1934 Der Wilderer vom Egerland (as Walter Kolm)
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 1959 Panoptikum 59 (writer)
 1955 Don Juan
 1953 Franz Schubert (writer)
 1949 Eroica (screenplay)
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 1955 Don Juan (producer)
 1949 Eroica (producer)
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 1955 Don Juan

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Walter Kolm

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After his earlier career in which he often worked with his mother and stepfather, he founded in 1952 the first film academy in Austria, at the Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna. See more »

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