Siegfried Breuer

Portrait Siegfried Breuer
Actor, Director - Germany
Born April 24, 1906 in Vienna
Died February 1, 1954 in Weende bei Göttingen

Mini-Biography:
Siegfried Breuer was born on April 24, 1906 in Wien. He was a German Actor, Director, known for Operette (1940), Gabriela (1950), Das Dorf unter dem Himmel (1953), Siegfried Breuer's first movie on record is from 1939. Siegfried Breuer died on February 1, 1954 in Weende bei Göttingen. His last motion picture on file dates from 1956.

Siegfried Breuer Filmography [Auszug]
1956: Heiraten verboten ! (Liebe, Glocken und Krawall) (Cast), Directed by Heinz Paul, with Ingeborg Cornelius, Helga Frank,
1956: Schwarzwald-Melodie (Cast: Fredy Stettner), Directed by Géza von Bolváry, with Carl Wery, Claus Biederstaedt, Gardy Granass,
1955: Geheimnis einer Ehe (Schweigepflicht) (Cast: Fred), Directed by Leonard Steckel, with Curd Jürgens, Winnie Markus, Ingeborg Schöner,
1953: Der letzte Walzer (Cast: General Krasinski), Directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt, with Eva Bartok, Curd Jürgens, O.E. Hasse,
1953: Das Dorf unter dem Himmel (The Secret of the mountain village) (Scenario), Directed by Richard Häussler, with Inge Egger, Robert Freitag, Heinrich Gretler,
1953: Der Vogelhändler (Cast), Directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt, with Wolf Albach-Retty, , Hans Hermann Schaufuss,
1951: Johannes und die 13 Schönheitsköniginnen (Cast: Oberst), Directed by Alfred Stöger, with , Rudolf Prack, Hans Richter,
1950: Seitensprünge im Schnee (Director), with Heinz Engelmann, Hilde Schreiber, Ludwig Schmidseder,
1950: Gabriela (Cast: Lorenzen), Directed by Géza von Cziffra, with , Marina Ried, Carl Raddatz,
1949: Schuss durchs Fenster (Director), with Franz Blauberger, Leopold Rudolf, Hans Putz,
1949: The Third Man (Cast: Popescu), Directed by Carol Reed, with Hedwig Bleibtreu, , Erich Ponto,
1949: Das andere Leben (Cast: Bukowsky), Directed by Rudolf Steinböck, with , Aglaja Schmid, Leopold Rudolf,
1949: Prämien auf den Tod (Cast), Directed by Curd Jürgens, with Werner Krauss, , Judith Holzmeister,
1948: Maresi (Maresi - Gefährtin meines Lebens) (Cast), Directed by Hans Thimig, with Helene Croy, Attila Hörbiger,
1948: Alles Lüge (Cast), Directed by E.W. Emo, with Wolf Albach-Retty, , Egon von Jordan,
1948: Anni - eine Wiener Ballade (Annie) (Cast: Alexander Radkofsky), Directed by Max Neufeld, with Annie Rosar, Elisabeth Markus, Hans Kurth,
1948: Liebling der Welt (Cast), Directed by Max Neufeld, with Jochen Brockmann, Karl Farkas,
1948: Leckerbissen (Cast), Directed by Werner Malbran, with , Joachim Gottschalk, Beniamino Gigli,
1947: Zyankali (Cast), Directed by Harald Röbbeling, with Maria Andergast, Rudolf Prack,
1945: Die Fledermaus (Cast: Prinz Orlofsky), Directed by Géza von Bolváry, with Johannes Heesters, Marte Harell, Dorit Kreysler,
1945: Die tolle Susanne (Cast), Directed by Géza von Bolváry, with Marte Harell, ,
1945: Philine (Cast), Directed by Theo Lingen, with Winnie Markus, Theo Lingen,
1944: Am Abend nach der Oper (Cast), Directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt, with Gusti Huber, Erich Ponto,
1944: Melusine (Cast), Directed by Hans Steinhoff, with Angelika Hauff, ,
1944: Orientexpress (Cast: Baron Hübner), Directed by Victor Tourjansky, with , , Lisa Siebel,
1943: Gabriele Dambrone (Rivelazione) (Cast: Paul Madina), Directed by Hans Steinhoff, with Gusti Huber, Christl Mardayn,
1943: Romanze in Moll (Romance in a Minor Key) (Cast: Viktor), Directed by Helmut Käutner, with Marianne Hoppe, Paul Dahlke, Walter Lieck,
1942: Sommerliebe (Cast), Directed by Erich Engels, with O.W. Fischer, Lotte Lang,
1942: Anuschka (Cast), Directed by Helmut Käutner, with Elise Aulinger, Friedl Czepa,
1941: Der Weg ins Freie (Cast), Directed by Rolf Hansen, with Julius Eckhoff, Karl Etlinger, Albert Florath,
1940: Operette (Cast), Directed by Willi Forst, with Willi Forst, Maria Holst, Dora Komar,
1940: Der Postmeister (Cast: Minskij), Directed by Gustav Ucicky, with Erik Frey, Heinrich George,
1939: Mutterliebe (Cast: Kammersänger), Directed by Gustav Ucicky, with Käthe Dorsch, Hans Hotter, Hans Holt,
1939: Nanette (Cast: Erster Schauspieler), Directed by Erich Engel, with , , Hans Schwarz jr.,

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