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Léo Lasko (1885–1949)

Léo Lasko was born on June 25, 1885 in Hamburg, Germany as Leo Schlamme. He was a director and writer, known for Der Totenvogel (1921), Der gefesselte Polo (1928) and Der Sträfling von Cayenne (1921). He died in July 1949 in London, England. See full bio »


(age 64) in London, England, UK

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Der Totenvogel
Der Totenvogel Director
Der gefesselte Polo
Pariserinnen Director


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Because he was not an Aryan he had to emigrate to London in 1936 where he built up a new pillar as a producer of hair tinting lotion. See more »

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