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Rudolf Walther-Fein (1875–1933)

Rudolf Walther-Fein was born on November 20, 1875 in Germany. He was a director and producer, known for Ewige Schönheit (1919), Zwei glückliche Tage (1932) and O Mädchen, mein Mädchen, wie lieb' ich Dich! (1930). He died on May 1, 1933 in Berlin, Germany. See full bio »


(age 57) in Berlin, Germany

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 1930 Die Jagd nach der Million (supervising)
 1929 Die Konkurrenz platzt (supervising)
 1929 Das närrische Glück (supervising)
 1929 Liebe im Schnee (supervising)
 1928 A Modern Casanova (supervising)
 1928 Heiratsfieber
 1928 Mein Freund Harry (supervising)
 1927 Liebesreigen
 1926 The Sunken
 1923 Wilhelm Tell
 1922 Bigamie
 1921 Blutige Spuren (as R. Walther, supervising)
 1919 Lola Montez 2
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R. Walther

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He directed the first full sound film to be released in Germany 'It's You I Have Loved' (Dich hab' ich geliebt) in 1929. See more »

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