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Fred Sauer (I) (1886–1952)

Fred Sauer was born on July 14, 1886 in Graz, Styria, Austria-Hungary as Alfred Sauer. He was a director and writer, known for Im Dienste der Liebe (1919), Der indische Tod (1920) and Die Gesunkenen (1919). He died on September 17, 1952 in Berlin, Germany. See full bio »


(age 66) in Berlin, Germany

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Der indische Tod Director
Die Gesunkenen Director


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 1934 The Two Seals
 1934 Old Comrades
 1931 Der Tanzhusar
 1931 Die Fremde
 1930 Wiener Herzen
 1925 Schiff in Not
 1925 Friesenblut
 1923 Time Is Money
 1922 Youth
 1922 Frau Sünde
 1921 Die Schuldige
 1921/I Monte Carlo
 1920 Das Grauen
 1919 Fidelio
 1918 Die japanische Maske (Short)
 1916 Die Einsame
 1916 Die Hand (Short)
 1916 Das Leid (Short)
 1916 Der Ungreifbare (Short)
 1916 Die Verschollene (Short)
 1916 Das grosse Erlebnis (Short)
 1915 Hasenbraten (Short)
 1915 Der Strumpf (Short)
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Austrian writer-director of the 1920's and 30's. A specialist in comedies, he often featured the renowned Bavarian comic Weiss-Ferdl and the Danish duo of Pat and Patachon. Sauer was trained in Graz and began his career as an actor with touring repertory companies in 1909. See more »

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