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John Reinhardt (I) (1901–1953)

John Reinhardt was born on February 24, 1901 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary [now Austria]. He was a director and writer, known for Chicago Calling (1951), Granaderos del amor (1934) and The Assassin (1949). He was married to Elizabeth Reinhardt. He died on August 6, 1953 in Berlin, Germany. See full bio »

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(age 52) in Berlin, Germany

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 1949-1950 Fireside Theatre (TV Series) (6 episodes)
- The Human Touch/The Assassin (1950) ... (segment "The Assassin")
- Anniversary/Jungle Terror (1950) ... (segment "Anniversary")
- The Golden Ball/Just Three Words (1950) ... (segment "Just Three Words")
- The Devil's Due/Rendezvous (1950) ... (segment "Rendezvous")
- Sealed Orders/Battle Scene (1949) ... (segment "Battle Scene")
 1949 The Assassin (Short)
 1948 Sofia
 1948 Open Secret
 1947 For You I Die
 1947 High Tide
 1947 The Guilty
 1941 Last Refuge
 1935 Tango Bar
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Story: "Lighthouse" (filmed as Tower of Terror (1941))

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