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Paul Abraham (I) (1892–1960)

Paul Abraham was born on November 2, 1892 in Apatin, Hungary as Pál Abrahám. He is known for his work on Flower of Hawaii (1933), Flower of Hawaii (1953) and The Blue from the Sky (1932). He was married to Sarolta Feszely. He died on May 6, 1960 in Hamburg, Germany. See full bio »


(age 67) in Hamburg, Germany

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Known For

Flower of Hawaii Composer
Flower of Hawaii Composer
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 1992 Blomman från Hawaii (TV Movie)
 1983 Blomman från Hawaii (TV Movie)
 1978 Melodii odnoy operetty (TV Movie) (from operetta "Ball at Savoy")
 1975 Victoria und ihr Husar (TV Movie)
 1973 The Girl Who Liked Purple Flowers (as Ábrahám Pál)
 1971 Ball at Savoy (TV Movie)
 1971 Die Blume von Hawaii (TV Movie) (from operetta "Die Blume von Hawaii")
 1970 Melodieën van Paul Abraham (TV Special)
 1964 Bal in Savoy (TV Movie)
 1963 Viktoria ja hänen husaarinsa (TV Movie)
 1953 Unter den Sternen von Capri (original Music)
 1940 Sérénade
 1938 Changed Man (as Ábrahám Pál)
 1937 Family Bonus (as Ábrahám Pál)
 1937 Mai lányok
 1937 Viki (as Ábrahám Pál)
 1937 Hotel Kikelet (as Ábrahám Pál)
 1937 Pesti mese (as Ábrahám Pál)
 1935 Antonia
 1934 Temptation
 1934 Lila akác (as Ábrahám Pál)
 1933 Rakoczi March (as Ábrahám Pál)
 1932 Coeurs joyeux
 1932 A Bit of Love
 1931 Victoria and Her Hussar (from operetta 'Viktoria und ihr Husar')
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Ábrahám Pál


Sarolta Feszely  (his death)

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With the rise of the National Socialists the career of the Jew Paul Abraham enden in Germany. He first went back to Budapest than he wrote several operettas in Vienna like "Märchen im Grandhotel" (1934), " Es geschehen noch Wunder" (1935) " and "Wintermelodie" (1939) before he had to leave this domain as well. See more »

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