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Otto Rippert (1869–1940)

Otto Rippert was born in 1869 in Offenbach am Main, Hesse, Germany. He was a director and writer, known for Der Grüne Mann von Amsterdam (1916), Homunculus (1916) and Homunculus, 4. Teil - Die Rache des Homunculus (1917). He died on January 15, 1940 in Berlin, Germany. See full bio »


(age 71) in Berlin, Germany

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 1924 Winterstürme
 1922 Tingeltangel
 1921 Teufelchen
 1919 Hotel Wasserhose (Short)
 1918 Arme Lena
 1918 Frau Gräfin (Short)
 1918 Inge (Short)
 1918 Die fromme Helene (Short)
 1918 Heide-Gretel (Short)
 1918 Komtesse Hanne (Short)
 1917 Der Fremde (Short)
 1917 Die Fremde
 1917 Das Mädel von nebenan (Short)
 1917 Wenn die Lawinen stürzen (Short)
 1917 Wer küßt mich? (Short)
 1916 BZ-Maxe & Co.
 1916 Homunculus
 1913 Surry the Cycler (Short)
 1913 Nach dem Tode
 1913 Mannequins (Short)
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Rippert was born in Offenbach am Main, Germany, and began his career as a stage actor, working in theaters in Baden-Baden, Forst (Lausitz), Bamberg and in Berlin. See more »

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