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Alfred Andersch (1914–1980)

Alfred Andersch was born on February 4, 1914 in Munich, Bavaria, Germany as Alfred Hellmuth Andersch. He was a writer, known for Die Rote (1962), Winterspelt 1944 (1979) and Biologie und Tennis (1958). He was married to Gisela Dichgans and Angelika Albert. He died on February 21, 1980 in Berzona, Ticino, Switzerland. See full bio »

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Die Rote
Die Rote Writer
Winterspelt 1944
Biologie und Tennis
Sansibar Writer


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 1987 Sansibar oder Der letzte Grund (TV Movie) (novel)
 1979 Winterspelt 1944 (novel)
 1968 Die Entwaffnung (TV Movie)
 1962 Die Rote (novel) / (screenplay)
 1961 Sansibar (TV Movie) (novel)
 1958 Biologie und Tennis (TV Movie) (radio play)
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 1971 Zur Nacht (TV Series documentary)
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- Alfred Andersch: Die Blindheit des Kunstwerks (1971) ... Himself - Narrator

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Novel: "Die Rote" (aka "The Redhead"; filmed as Die Rote (1962)). See more »

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