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Paul Schiller (I) (1903–1977)

Paul Schiller was born on July 11, 1903 in Prague, Austria-Hungary. He was a writer and director, known for Aufruhr des Blutes (1929), Marseille mes amours (1940) and Die nackte Wahrheit (1932). He died on September 19, 1977 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Aufruhr des Blutes
Marseille mes amours
Die nackte Wahrheit
Un soir de réveillon


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 1940 Marseille mes amours (adaptation) / (screenplay)
 1939 Serge Panine
 1938 Les deux combinards (scenario)
 1937 The Street Singer (story)
 1936 La dernière valse (dialogue)
 1935 Speak to Me of Love (scenario)
 1935 Le vertige
 1934 Mam'zelle Spahi (scenario)
 1933 Les surprises du sleeping (writer)
 1933 Un soir de réveillon (adaptation)
 1933 Matricule 33 (writer)
 1933 Jsem devce s certem v tele (screenplay)
 1933 Nothing But Lies (writer)
 1933 Le chasseur de chez Maxim's (writer)
 1933 A Fly in the Ointment (writer)
 1932 Make Up (screenplay)
 1932 Shout It from the House Tops (adaptation)
 1931 Rien que la vérité (screenplay)
 1930 Ehestreik (as Dr. Paul Schiller)
 1929 Aufruhr des Blutes (screenplay) / (story)
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Dr. Paul Schiller

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