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Felix Dormann (1870–1928)

Felix Dormann was born on May 29, 1870 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary [now Austria]. He was a writer and director, known for The Smiling Lieutenant (1931), The Waltz Dream (1925) and Magic Waltz (1918). He died on October 26, 1928 in Vienna, Austria. See full bio »

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(age 58) in Vienna, Austria

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Known For

(1925)
Magic Waltz Writer
(1918)
Zirkusgräfin Writer
(1912)

Filmography

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 2008 Hagith (Video) (libretto)
 1969 Ein Walzertraum (TV Movie) (opera - as Felix Dörmann)
 1959 Ein Walzertraum (TV Movie) (operetta "Ein Walzertraum" - as Felix Dörmann)
 1931 The Smiling Lieutenant (based upon "The Waltz Dream" by - as Felix Dörmann)
 1930 The Immortal Vagabond (operetta)
 1927 Die Familie ohne Moral (play "Ledige Leut'")
 1925 The Waltz Dream (operetta Ein Walzertraum)
 1918 Magic Waltz (libretto)
 1912 Zirkusgräfin (Short)
 1907 Ein Walzertraum (Short) (operetta)
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 1912 Zirkusgräfin (Short)
 1912 Die tolle Teresine (Short) (as Felix Dörmann)
 1912 Musikantenlene (Short) (as Felix Dörmann)
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 1912 Zirkusgräfin (Short)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: The Rose Maid. Musical/operetta. Music by Bruno Granichstaedten. Book by Harry B. Smith and Raymond Peck. Lyrics by Robert B. Smith. From the Viennese original "Bub Oder Madel" by Adolf Altmann and Felix Dormann. Scenic Design by William Castle and D. Frank Dodge. Costume Design by Will Barnes and Mme. Mank. Orchestra conducted... See more »

Alternate Names:

Felix Dörmann
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