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Max Kolpé (1905–1998)

Max Kolpé was born on June 19, 1905 in Königsberg, East-Prussia, Germany as Max Kolpenitzky. He was a writer, known for Germany Year Zero (1948), The Blue from the Sky (1932) and Freddy und der Millionär (1961). He died on January 2, 1998 in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. See full bio »

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Known For

Germany Year Zero
(1948)
The Blue from the Sky
(1932)
Freddy und der Millionär
(1961)
Heartbeat
Heartbeat Writer
(1946)

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 1967 Millionen für Penny (TV Movie) (as Max Colpet)
 1966 Paris ist eine Reise wert (TV Movie) (writer - as Max Colpet)
 1966 Oh, diese Geister (TV Movie) (translation - as Max Colpet)
 1966 100 Jahre Kurfürstendamm (TV Movie) (as Max Colpet)
 1965 Hallo - Mr. Moss (TV Movie) (teleplay - as Max Colpet)
 1965 Carrie (TV Movie) (teleplay - as Max Colpet)
 1962 Nie hab ich nie gesagt (TV Movie) (as Max Colpet)
 1960 Es geschah in Paris (TV Movie) (musical play)
 1959 Hallo, Freddy (TV Movie) (screenplay)
 1959 Warten auf Niveau (TV Movie) (as Max Colpet)
 1958 Eine kleine Machtmusik (TV Movie) (as Max Colpet)
 1958 Der Mann, der nicht nein sagen konnte (as Max Colpet)
 1956 Nichtgewünschtes bitte streichen! (TV Movie) (as Max Colpet)
 1950 Once a Thief (based on a story by - as Max Colpet)
 1950 La voyageuse inattendue (screenplay: "Mauvaise graine")
 1948 Germany Year Zero (dialogue - as Max Colpet)
 1946 Heartbeat (original screenplay - as Max Kolpe)
 1941 Her First Affair (screenplay - uncredited)
 1940 Dancing on a Dime (story)
 1940 Battement de coeur (screenplay - as Max Colpet)
 1939 There's No Tomorrow (uncredited)
 1939 Derrière la façade (adaptation - as Kolpe)
 1939 Place de la Concorde (screenplay)
 1938 Accord final (writer)
 1937 Bubi (screenplay)
 1935 Arènes joyeuses (screenplay)
 1934 Salto in die Seligkeit (idea - as Max Kolpe)
 1934 La crise est finie (writer)
 1934 Mauvaise graine (scenario - as Kolpe)
 1933 Madame ne veut pas d'enfants (screenplay)
 1933 Madame Wants No Children (adaptation)
 1932 Un peu d'amour (uncredited) / (screenplay)
 1932 Es geht um alles (screenplay)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Max Colpet | Max Kolpe | Kolpe
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Trivia:

His creative career in Germany lasted only for awhile. With the takeover of the National Socialist he had to flee the second time in his life and he went to Paris. But Paris was not far away enough and with the invasion of the Germans he fled to the USA. See more »

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