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Mauritz Stiller (1883–1928)

Mauritz Stiller was born on July 17, 1883 in Helsinki, Finland as Moshe Stiller. He was a director and writer, known for Gösta Berlings saga (1924), Herr Arnes pengar (1919) and Erotikon (1920). He died on November 18, 1928 in Stockholm, Stockholms län, Sweden. See full bio »

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In 1924 Stiller planned to shoot a film in Turkey titled "The Odalisque from Smyrna" and had hired Conrad Veidt and Einar Hansen as stars. Stiller, along with Hansen and protégé Greta Garbo left for Istanbul, but the promised financing vanished. Stiller reportedly returned to Berlin to raise backing, but failed. Garbo remained in Turkey sulking, not even communicating with fellow Swede Hansen. ... See more »

Nickname:

Mosje

Star Sign:

Cancer

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