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Andrzej Munk (1920–1961)

Andrzej Munk was born on October 16, 1920 in Kraków, Malopolskie, Poland. He was a director and writer, known for Passenger (1963), Czlowiek na torze (1957) and Eroica (1958). He died on September 20, 1961 in Lowicz, Lódzkie, Poland. See full bio »

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Known For

Passenger Director
Eroica Director
Blekitny krzyz Director


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 1978 Sunday Morning (Documentary short)
 1963 Passenger
 1960 Bad Luck
 1959 Television Theater (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Wieczory generalskie (1959) ... (directed by)
 1958 A Walk in the Old City of Warsaw (Documentary short)
 1958 Con bravura (Short)
 1958 Eroica
 1954 Gwiazdy musza plonac (Documentary)
 1953 A Railwayman's Word (Documentary short)
 1952 Pamietniki chlopów (Documentary short)
 1952 Poemat symfoniczny 'Bajka' St. Moniuszki (Documentary short)
 1951 Kierunek - Nowa Huta! (Documentary short)
 1951 Nauka blizej zycia (Documentary short)
 1950 Sztuka mlodych (Documentary short)
 1950 Zaczelo sie w Hiszpanii (Documentary short)
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A graduate of the Polish Film School, noted for his unsentimental view of wartime subjects, as exemplified by Eroica (1958). See more »

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