Hans Brennert

Author - Germany
Born June 24, 1870 in Berlin
Died February 8, 1942 in Berlin

Mini-Biography:
Hans Brennert was born on June 24, 1870 in Berlin. He was a German Author, known for Mania - Geschichte einer Zigarettenarbeiterin (1918), Das Wiegenlied (1915), Der lebende Tote (1916), Hans Brennert's first movie on record is from 1915. Hans Brennert died on February 8, 1942 in Berlin. His last motion picture on file dates from 1938.

Hans Brennert Filmography [Auszug]
1938: [06.25] Heimat (Scenario), Directed by Carl Froelich, with Gertrud de Lalsky, Zarah Leander, Babsi Schultz-Reckewell,
1931: [/ /1] Mein Leopold (Scenario), Directed by Hans Steinhoff, with Ida Wüst, Paul Henckels, Aenne Goerling,
1927: [09.19] Am Rande der Welt (Scenario), Directed by Karl Grune, with Brigitte Helm, Wilhelm Dieterle, Albert Steinrück,
1925: [04.21] Husarenfieber (Scenario), Directed by Georg Jacoby, with Hans Wassmann, Hans Mierendorff, Edith Meller,
1922: [] Das Bild vom Himmel (Scenario), with Ria Jende,
1920: [09.03] Algol. Eine Tragödie der Macht (Angol (Titel not confirmed)) (Scenario), Directed by Hans Werckmeister, Richard Oswald, with Emil Jannings, Ernst Hofmann, Gertrud Welcker,
1920: [08.20] Föhn (Scenario), Directed by Hans Werkmeister, with Ilse Götzen, Julius Geisendörfer, Hugo Flink,
1920: [07.30] Figaros Hochzeit (Scenario), Directed by Max Mack, with Eduard von Winterstein, Alexander Moissi, Paul Graetz,
1920: [] Glasprinzessin (Scenario), Directed by Fritz Richard, with Hella Moja, Paul Hartmann, Gustav Czimeg,
1919: [] Verschleppt (Scenario), Directed by Carl Boese, with Hans Mierendorff, Johannes Müller, Grete Weixler,
1919: [00.00] Gepeitscht (Scenario), Directed by Carl Boese, with Fritz Achterberg, Ernst Pittschau, Josef Peterhans,
1919: [] Mein Mann - Der Nachtredakteur (Scenario), Directed by Urban Gad, with Hella Moja, Hermann Thimig, Wilhelm Diegelmann,
1919: [04.02] Darwin (Scenario), Directed by Fritz Bernhardt, with , Ria Jende, Lya Sellin,
1919: [08.13] Seelenverkäufer (Scenario), Directed by Carl Boese, with , Toni Tetzlaff, Josef Peterhans,
1919: [07.00] Die Geisha und der Samurai (Scenario), Directed by Carl Boese, with Gertrud Welcker, Ernst Deutsch, Werner Hollmann,
1919: [/ /1] Der Teufel und die Madonna (Scenario), Directed by Carl Boese, with Ernst Pittschau, Emil Rameau, Reinhold Schünzel,
1919: [] Erste Liebe (Scenario), Directed by Arthur Günsburg, with Charlotte Böcklin, Walter Formes, Theodor Burghardt,
1919: [] Die Gestohlene Seele (Scenario), Directed by Carl Boese, with Rita Clermont, Karl Beckersachs, Eugen Rex,
1918: [02.00] Das Karussell des Lebens (The Last Payment (Titel not confirmed)) (Scenario), Directed by Georg Jacoby, with Pola Negri, Harry Liedtke, Reinhold Schünzel,
1918: [] Nocturno der Liebe (Scenario), Directed by Carl Boese, with Conrad Veidt, Gertrud Welcker, Rita Clermont,
1918: [11.22] Der gelbe Schein (The Yellow Ticket, The Devil's Pawn, The yellow Pass) (Scenario), Directed by Victor Janson, Eugen Illés, with Pola Negri, Harry Liedtke, Victor Janson,
1918: [11.08] Mania - Geschichte einer Zigarettenarbeiterin (Scenario), Directed by Eugen Illés, Ernst Lubitsch, with Pola Negri, Werner Hollmann, Arthur Schröder,
1918: [07.00] Die Rothenburger (Scenario), Directed by Lupu Pick, with Friedrich Zelnik, Lya Mara, Paul Bildt,
1918: [00.00] Der Fluch des Nuri (Scenario), Directed by Carl Boese, with Emil Lind, Gertrud Welcker, Hans Albers,
1918: [] Der Flieger von Goerz (Scenario), Directed by Georg Jacoby, with Ellen Richter, Harry Liedtke, Johannes Müller,
1917: [03.05] Der Antiquar von Strassburg (Scenario), Directed by Georg Victor Mendel, with Edith Meller, Wilma von Mayburg, Ludwig Hartau,
1917: [01.21] Der Feldarzt (Scenario), Directed by Paul Leni, with Heinrich Schroth, Käte Haack, Dagny Servaes,
1917: [12.00] Prima Vera (Camille) (Scenario), Directed by Paul Leni, with Erna Morena, Harry Liedtke, Wilhelm Diegelmann,
1917: [09.00] Die schwarze Loo (The Black Loo) (Scenario), Directed by Max Mack, Louis Neher, with Maria Orska, Theodor Loos, Bruno Kastner,
1917: [] Der feldgraue Groschen (Scenario), Directed by Georg Jacoby, with Käte Haack, Margarete Kupfer, Edith Meller,
1917: [02.23] Wer küsst mich? (Scenario), Directed by Otto Rippert, with Hella Moja, Mogens Enger, Richard Senius,
1916: [02.00] Der lebende Tote (Scenario), Directed by Max Mack, with Maria Orska, Paul Otto, Heinz Sarnow,
1916: [08.09] Das Geständnis der grünen Maske (Scenario), Directed by Max Mack, with Maria Orska, Reinhold Schünzel, Heinz Sarnow,
1916: [] Der Fakir im Frack (Scenario), Directed by Max Mack, with Sybille Binder, Bruno Ziener, Maria Orska,
1916: [03.00] Das tanzende Herz (Scenario), Directed by Max Mack, with Maria Orska, Julius Falkenstein, Rudolph Schildkraut,
1915: [04.12] Das Wiegenlied (Scenario), Directed by Max Mack, Fritz Freisler, with Leopoldine Konstantin, Aud Egede-Nissen, Joseph Schildkraut,
1915: [08.00] Fräulein Tollheit (Scenario), Directed by Einar Zangenberg, with ,

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