Claus Peter Witt

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Director, Author - Germany
Born March 24, 1932 in Berlin
Died May 8, 2017 in Hamburg

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Claus Peter Witt was born on March 24, 1932 in Berlin. He was a German Director, Author, known for Diese Drombuschs (Serienhaupttitel) (1983), Lindenstrasse (Serienhaupttitel) (1985), Der Fotograf oder Das Auge Gottes (1992), Claus Peter Witt's first movie on record is from 1964. Claus Peter Witt died on May 8, 2017 in Hamburg. His last motion picture on file dates from 1998.

Claus Peter Witt Filmography [Auszug]
1998: [/ /1] Der Märchenprinz (Director), with Hartmut Becker,
1997: [/ /1] Schlosshotel Orth - Theater (8) (Director), with , Peter Roggisch, Reinhard Nowak,
1997: [/ /1] Schlosshotel Orth - Hals- und Beinbruch (9) (Director), with Rupert Apfl-Nussbaumer, , ,
1997: [/ /1] Schlosshotel Orth - Das Findelkind (10) (Director), with Nicole Regina Beutler, , ,
1997: [/ /1] Schlosshotel Orth - Brunos letzter Coup (11) (Director), with Nicole Regina Beutler, , Johanna Liebeneiner,
1997: [/ /1] Schlosshotel Orth - Der Teufelsrachen (12) (Director), with Nicole Regina Beutler, Klaus Wildbolz, ,
1997: [/ /1] Schlosshotel Orth - Familienbande (12) (Director), with Karin Baal, Klaus Wildbolz, ,
1997: [/ /1] Schlosshotel Orth - Bis der Tod uns scheidet (13) (Director), with , , Andrea Lamatsch,
1994: [05.01] Eine Frau in den allerbesten Jahren (Director), with Dagmar Biener, Gernot Endemann, Günter Grabbert,
1994: [/ /1] Die Fallers - Eine Schwarzwaldfamilie (Serienhaupttitel) (Director), Directed by Ulrich König, with , Renate Blume, Olaf Bison,
1993: [/ /1] Kirke (Director), with Dieter Kirchlechner, ,
1993: [/ /1] Ein bisschen Zauber verträgt die Welt (Director), with Herb Andress,
1992: [/ /1] Der Fotograf oder Das Auge Gottes (Zerstörter Traum vom Fliegen (Episode 2)) (Director: Der Spruch der Füchse), Directed by Michael Günther, with Fiona Coors, , Susanne Schäfer,
1991: [05.13] Mutter und Söhne (Director), with Gernot Endemann, Martina Gedeck, Pamela Grosser,
1990: [/ /1] Hotel Paradies - Urlaub im Paradies (Director), with Friedrich W. Bauschulte, Grit Boettcher, Juraj Kukura,
1989: [/ /1] Hotel Paradies (Serienhaupttitel) (Director), Directed by Michael Günther, with Gisela Fritsch, Isabel Navarro, Alexander May,
1989: [/ /1] Lorentz & Söhne (Director), with Peter Buchholz,
1989: [/ /1] Die Bettler vom Kurfürstendamm (Director), with Hans Clarin, Frank Kirschgens,
1988: [11.30] Tatort - Michas Flucht (Director), with , Aenne Nau, Martin May,
1987: [/ /1] Die Wilsheimer (Director), with , , Tilman Madaus,
1986: [/ /1] Ein Fall für Zwei - Todestag (Director), with Claus Theo Gärtner, Günter Strack,
1985: [/ /1] Lindenstrasse (Serienhaupttitel) (Director), Directed by Hans W. Geissendörfer, with , Günter Barton, Friederike Anne Balzer,
1983: [/ /1] Diese Drombuschs (Serienhaupttitel) (Director), Directed by Michael Meyer, with , Constanze Engelbrecht, Fritz Eggert,
1983: [/ /1] Tatort - Blütenträume (Director), with Peter Buchholz, Heinrich Giskes, Lutz Moik,
1981: [/ /1] Tod eines Schülers - Die Lehrer (Director), with , , Franz Rudnick,
1981: [/ /1] Tod eines Schülers - Die Mitschüler (Director), with Rolf Beuckert, Klaus Herm, Dietmar Mues,
1981: [01.25] Tod eines Schülers - Die Eltern (Director), with , , Günter Strack,
1981: [01.18] Tod eines Schülers - Das fehlende Motiv (Director), with Ute Christiansen, , ,
1979: [] Noch 'ne Oper (Director), with Gitte Haenning, Gert Fröbe, Inge Meysel,
1978: [/ /1] Jede Woche hat nur einen Sonntag (Director), with Christina Grabowski, Jan Groth, Tilly Lauenstein,
1978: [/ /1] Somerset Maugham (Director),
1977: [03.26] Väter und Söhne (Director), with Dieter Laser, Paul-Edwin Roth, Sigmar Solbach,
1977: [/ /1] Die Dämonen (Director), with Maria Wimmer, Günter Strack, Hanna Schygulla,
1976: [01.23] Oblomows Liebe (Director), with Herbert Bötticher, Johanna Elbauer, Hans Peter Hallwachs,
1974: [/ /1] Eine geschiedene Frau (Director), with Charles Brauer, Til Erwig, Eva-Maria Meineke,
1974: [/ /1] Arme klauen nicht (Director),
1974: [] PS - Geschichten um's Auto (Director),
1967: [/ /1] Palme im Rosengarten (Director), with Annemarie Holtz, Regine Lutz, Inge Meysel,
1966: [02.08] Die Gentlemen bitten zur Kasse (Director), Directed by John Olden, with Wolfgang Weiser, Günther Neutze, Franz Mosthav,
1965: [/ /1] Die Unverbesserlichen (Director), with Agnes Windeck, Lieselotte Quilling, Günter Pfitzmann,
1964: [/ /1] Wie in schlechten Romanen (Director), with Eva Berthold, Ernst Jacobi, Erwin Linder,
1964: [/ /1] Koll (Director), with Willy Maertens, Richard Münch,

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