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E.W. Emo (1898–1975)

E.W. Emo was born on July 11, 1898 in Seebarn, Austria-Hungary [now Lower Austria, Austria] as Emerich Josef Wojtek. He was a director and writer, known for 13 Stühle (1938), Kleine Melodie aus Wien (1948) and The Cabbie's Song (1936). He was married to Anita Dorris. He died on December 2, 1975 in Vienna, Austria. See full bio »

Died:

(age 77) in Vienna, Austria

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Known For

13 Stühle Director
(1938)
(1948)
(1936)

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 1963 Kleine Leute aus Wien (TV Short)
 1963 Applaus für Smetana (TV Short)
 1962 Kleine Leute aus Wien (TV Short)
 1957 Ober zahlen
 1953 Damenwahl
 1948 Alles Lüge
 1945 Freunde
 1943 Wien 1910
 1938 Der Optimist
 1938 13 Stühle
 1936 A Hoax
 1935 Zirkus Saran
 1935 Last Stop
 1934 Paganini
 1930 Twice Wedding
 1929 1. Klangfilm (Short)
 1929 Spelunke
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Trivia:

Emo's only expressly propagandist film was Wien 1910 (1943), which was made with the intention, through its distorted representation of the politics of Vienna around the anti-Semitic Karl Lueger and the German nationalist Georg Ritter von Schönerer, of legitimizing the Anschluss of Austria by Germany. The attempt failed, however, as the film was still too "Austrian" for the National Socialists ... See more »

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