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Werner Schlichting (1904–1996)

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Werner Schlichting could broaden his film career to the international film productions, especially in the 60s, but first he continued his career for the German-speaking film. See more trivia »

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Emil und die Detektive
Emil und die Detektive Set Decorator
(1931)
Nie wieder Liebe!
Nie wieder Liebe! Art Director
(1931)
Mein Herz ruft nach dir
(1934)
A Man Wants to Get to Germany
(1934)

Filmography

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 1971 Der Kapitän
 1966 Das Märchen (TV Movie)
 1966 Ganovenehre
 1962 Anfrage (TV Movie)
 1961 Via Mala
 1959 Jacqueline
 1959 Hippodrome
 1955 The Life and Loves of Mozart (head production designer)
 1954 Feuerwerk
 1952 Heidi
 1947 Lysistrata
 1942 Schicksal
 1939 Mother Love
 1939 Bel Ami
 1938 Du und ich
 1937 Serenade
 1936 Allotria
 1935 Casta diva
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