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Josef von Báky (1902–1966)

Josef von Báky was born on March 23, 1902 in Zombor, Austria-Hungary. He was a director and assistant director, known for Der Ruf (1949), Das doppelte Lottchen (1950) and The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1943). He was married to Julia Nemeth. He died on July 28, 1966 in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. See full bio »

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Known For

Der Ruf Director
(1949)
(1950)
Annelie Director
(1941)

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 1961 Die seltsame Gräfin (as Josef von Baky)
 1959 Marili
 1958 Stefanie
 1958 Confess, Dr. Corda (as Josef von Baky)
 1955 Hotel Adlon (as Josef v. Baky)
 1955 Du bist die Richtige (finished)
 1949 Der Ruf
 1945 Via Mala
 1941 Annelie
 1939 Stars of Variety (as Baky József)
 1938 Die Frau am Scheidewege (as Josef von Baky)
 1936/II Intermezzo
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Alternate Names:

Josef v. Baky | Baky József | Josef von Baky
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Hungarian director, who began as a projectionist and broke into films properly after acquiring the Urania-Kino cinema distribution company in Budapest. When the business went bankrupt, he became a hotel manager on the Adriatic coast. He moved to Berlin in 1927 and subsequently worked for eight years as an assistant to a fellow Hungarian, the film maker Geza von Bolvary. He became a director in ... See more »

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