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Karl Meinhardt (1875–1949)

Karl Meinhardt was born on November 28, 1875 in Iglau, Moravia, Austria-Hungary. He was an actor and writer, known for Trenck - Der Roman einer großen Liebe (1932), Three on a Honeymoon (1932) and Honeymoon Trip (1933). He was married to Ebba von Fock, Ludmilla Hell and Rosa Klaus. He died on February 12, 1949 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. See full bio »

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Emil and the Detectives Additional Crew


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 1932 Trenck - Der Roman einer großen Liebe
Voltaire (as Carl Meinhard)
 1932 The Living Dead
Spieler (as Carl Meinhard)
 1932 The Lucky Top Hat
Delius, Roman-Schriftsteller (as Carl Meinhard)
 1932/I Quick
Direktor Henkel
 1927 Liebe im Rausch
 1919 Intoxication
 1918 Mr. Wu
Mr. Wu (as Carl Meinhard)
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 1933 Honeymoon Trip (writer)
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 1932 Three on a Honeymoon (dialogue director)
 1931 Emil and the Detectives (supervisor)

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Carl Meinhard | Carl Meinhardt


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He impersonated few support role in the sound film era of the 30s and to his productions belong "Quick" (1932) as Direktor Henkel with Hans Albers, Lilian Harvey, Paul Hörbiger, Paul Westermeier and Käthe Haack. See more »

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