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Alfred Braun (I) (1888–1978)

Alfred Braun was born on May 3, 1888 in Berlin, Germany as Alfred Johann Braun. He was an actor and director, known for Girls Behind Bars (1949), Augen der Liebe (1951) and Pole Poppenspaeler (1945). He died on January 3, 1978 in West Berlin, West Germany. See full bio »

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Known For

Girls Behind Bars
(1949)
Augen der Liebe
Augen der Liebe Director
(1951)
Pole Poppenspaeler
(1945)
Eine seltene Geliebte
(1950)

Filmography

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 1963 Hunderttausend Taler (TV Movie)
Vater Strehlow
 1953 Ave Maria
 1953 Komm zurück...
Vokrodt
 1951 Primanerinnen
Herr Lullus
 1950 Die Treppe
Kriminalkommissar
 1949 Anonyme Briefe
Dr. Maurin
 1948 Chemie und Liebe
Narrator
 1944 Große Freiheit Nr. 7
Rundfunkreporter
 1932 The Gala Performance
Alfred Braun, der rasende Reporter
 1931 Dann schon lieber Lebertran (Short)
Saint Peter
 1930 Tingel-Tangel
 1930 Flachsmann als Erzieher
Jan Flemming
 1927 Funkzauber
Sprecher des Berliner Rundfunks
 1924 Das sonnige Märchen vom Glück
Dr. Ing. Waldemar Hassenstein
 1924 Rosenmontag
 1920 Die Spieler
Stöckel
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Trivia:

A broadcasting pioneer, as reporter, commentator and director of Funk-Stunde Berlin in 1924, the first radio station in Germany. In 1954, he was appointed first director of Sender Freies Berlin, a position he occupied until 1958. See more »

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