Hans Karl Breslauer

Director, Author - Austria
Born June 2, 1888 in Vienna
Died April 15, 1965 in Salzburg

Hans Karl Breslauer was born on June 2, 1888 in Wien. He was an Austrian Director, Author, known for Stadt ohne Juden (1924), Oh, du lieber Augustin (1922), Ihre beste Rolle (1918), Hans Karl Breslauer's first movie on record is from 1917. Hans Karl Breslauer died on April 15, 1965 in Salzburg. His last motion picture on file dates from 1924.

Hans Karl Breslauer Filmography [Auszug]
1924: [08/07] Strandgut (Director), with Willi Forst, Albrecht Attems, Hans Effenberger,
1924: [05.05] Stadt ohne Juden (The City Without Jews) (Director), with Eugen Neufeld, Hans Moser, Anny Miletti,
1923: [] Lieb' mich und die Welt ist mein (Director), with Willi Forst, Hans Effenberger, ,
1922: [/ /1] Oh, du lieber Augustin (Director), with Willi Forst, Mizzi Griebl, Anny Milety,
1918: [12.27] Ihre beste Rolle (Director), with Magda Sonja, Julius Strobl,
1917: [] Das Gewissen des Andern (Scenario), Directed by Emmerich Hanus, with Martha Novelly, Bruno Decarli, Theodor Loos,

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