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Adolf Paul (1863–1943)

Adolf Paul was born on January 6, 1863 in Bromma, Stockholm, Stockholms län, Sweden as Adolf Georg Wiedersheim-Paul. He was a writer and actor, known for The Palace of Pleasure (1926), One Mad Kiss (1930) and El precio de un beso (1930). He was married to Natalie Brehmer. He died on October 5, 1943 in Berlin, Germany. See full bio »


(age 80) in Berlin, Germany

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One Mad Kiss Writer


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 1930 El precio de un beso (story "Lola, the Spanish Dancer")
 1930 One Mad Kiss (play "Lola Montez, the Spanish Dancer") / (story)
 1926 The Palace of Pleasure (play "Lola Montez")
 1921 Exzellenz Unterrock (novel - as Paul Adolf) / (screenplay - as Paul Adolf)
 1920 Die Tänzerin Barberina (novel) / (script)
 1919 Die Teufelskirche (script) / (writer)
 1919 Comrades (script - as Paul Adolf)
 1919 Die Augen im Walde (novel "Dornröschen) / (script)
 1918 Lola Montez (novel)
 1913 Bajazzos Liebe und Ende (script)
 1913 Das schwarze Los (writer)
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 1919 Die Augen im Walde (supervisor)
 1919 Die Frau im Käfig (supervisor)

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Paul Adolf


Natalie Brehmer  (his death)  (5 children)

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In Sweden, Paul was overshadowed by August Strindberg, his older friend whom he greatly admired and whose work influenced Paul's early novels. When Strindberg relocated to Berlin in 1892 after his divorce from Siri von Essen, Paul was the one who introduced him to everyone worth knowing and to the hangout Zum schwarzen Ferkel, where the artist community gathered. For a while the two writers ... See more »

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