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Werner Bochmann (1900–1993)

Werner Bochmann was born on May 17, 1900 in Meerane, Saxony, Germany. He was a composer, known for Land of the Lost (2009), Schindler's List (1993) and Black Book (2006). He died on June 3, 1993 in Schliersee, Bavaria, Germany. See full bio »

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Known For

Land of the Lost Soundtrack
(2009)
Schindler's List Soundtrack
(1993)
Black Book Soundtrack
(2006)
Stalingrad Music Department
(1993)

Filmography

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 1963 Sophienlund (TV Movie)
 1961 Schlagerparade (TV Movie)
 1959 Die Pamir (Documentary)
 1956 Heiße Ernte
 1953 Elephant Fury
 1952 Heimatglocken
 1945 Heidesommer
 1945 Das alte Lied
 1944 Junge Herzen
 1943 Johann
 1943 Sophienlund
 1942 Fronttheater
 1942 Giungla (German version)
 1942 Himmelhunde
 1942 Sein Sohn
 1940 Ein Robinson
 1940 Lauter Liebe
 1939 Kongo-Express
 1939 Spaßvögel
 1938 Das Protektionskind (Short)
 1937 Oh, diese Ehemänner (Short)
 1937 Le coeur dispose (as Miguel Cortez)
 1936 The Amazing Adventure (as Werner Bochman)
 1935 April, April!
 1934 Der Mann mit dem Affen (Short)
 1934 Die rosarote Brille (Short)
 1934 Erstens kommt es anders (Short)
 1934 Hochzeit am 13. (Short)
 1934 Schachmatt (Short)
 1934 Die Insel
 1934 Vers l'abîme (as Miguel Cortez)
 1934 Seine beste Erfindung (Short)
 1933 Das 13. Weltwunder (Short)
 1933 Eine ideale Wohnung (Short)
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Alternate Names:

Werner Bochman | Miguel Cortez
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Werner Bochmann began to commit first compositions to paper. In 1929 the time came up. The American publishers Irving Berlin published Bochmann's first hit called "I Called to Say Good Night". See more »

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