Karl Attenberger

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Director of Photography - Germany
Born October 28, 1885 in München
Died November 19, 1951 in München

Mini-Biography:
Karl Attenberger was born on October 28, 1885 in München. He was a German Director of Photography, known for Triumph des Willens (1935), Der Jäger von Fall (1936), Der Klosterjäger (1935), Karl Attenberger's first movie on record is from 1919. Karl Attenberger died on November 19, 1951 in München. His last motion picture on file dates from 1944.

Karl Attenberger Filmography [Auszug]
1944: Der kleine Muck (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Fiedler, with Elise Aulinger, Julius Riedmüller, Willi Puhlmann,
1943: Heimat und Dschungel, Freiheit und Gitter (Director of Photography),
1940: Beates Flitterwoche (Director of Photography), Directed by Peter Ostermayr, with Hermine Ziegler, Kurt Vespermann, Alice Treff,
1938: Aber mein lieber Herr Neumann (Director of Photography), Directed by Jürgen von Alten, with Ernst Waldow,
1938: Pitty (Director of Photography), Directed by Jürgen von Alten, with Ernst Waldow,
1938: Männer soll man nicht allein lassen (Director of Photography), Directed by Jürgen von Alten,
1938: Halt ... meine Uhr! (Director of Photography), Directed by Karl Hans Leiter, with Franz W. Schröder-Schrom, Gerda Melchior, Ernst Waldow,
1938: Die unheimliche Nacht (Director of Photography), Directed by Karl Schulz,
1937: Der Antennendraht (Director of Photography), Directed by Joe Stöckel, with Karl Valentin, Liesl Karlstadt, Joe Stöckel,
1937: Das Schweigen im Walde (Director of Photography), Directed by Hans Deppe, with Rudolf Wendl, Olga Schaub, Marta Salm,
1937: Gewitter im Mai (Director of Photography), Directed by Hans Deppe, with Hermine Ziegler, Else Reval, Rolf Pinegger,
1936: Standschütze Bruggler (Director of Photography), Directed by Werner Klingler, with Rosa Kirchner-Lang,
1936: Der Jäger von Fall (Director of Photography), Directed by Hans Deppe, with Fritz Bölke, Paul Richter, Hans Adalbert Schlettow,
1936: Puppenzauber (Director of Photography), Directed by Ludwig Schlör,
1936: Um Kopf und Kragen (Director of Photography), Directed by Rudolf van der Noss,
1936: Schloss Vogelöd (Director of Photography), Directed by Max Obal, with Hans Zesch-Ballot, William Huch, Carola Höhn,
1935: Der Klosterjäger (Director of Photography), Directed by Max Obal, with Willy Rösner, Viktor Gehring, Hans Rudolf Waldburg,
1935: Triumph des Willens (Triumph of the Will) (Director of Photography), Directed by Leni Riefenstahl, with Adolf Hitler, Hans Frank,
1934: Schloss Hubertus (Director of Photography), Directed by Hans Deppe, with Hansi Knoteck, Paul Richter, Hans Adalbert Schlettow,
1934: Hilfe, ich erbe (Director of Photography), Directed by Toni Attenberger, with Else Reval,
1934: Die Mühle im Schwarzwald (Director of Photography), Directed by Josef Berger,
1934: Blaufuchs, der Schrecken des Kilimandscharo (Director of Photography), Directed by Toni Attenberger, with Else Reval,
1933: Gipfelstürmer (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Wenzler, with Mizzl Bardorf, Traudl Ertl, Walter Krieger,
1931: Der Bebende Berg (Director of Photography), Directed by Hanns Beck-Gaden, with Hanns Beck-Gaden, Karl Hanft, Albert Kersten,
1931: Im Banne der Berge (Almenrausch) (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Osten, with Fritz Bölke, Elga Brink, Charles Willy Kayser,
1930: Glühende Berge - flammendes Herz (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Seitz sen., with Gritta Ley, Hanns Beck-Gaden,
1930: Sein letztes Edelweiss (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Seitz sen., with Gritta Ley, Hanns Beck-Gaden,
1930: Der Herrgottschnitzer von Oberammergau (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Seitz sen., with Hanns Beck-Gaden, Gritta Ley,
1930: Wildschütz Jennerwein (Director of Photography), Directed by Hanns Beck-Gaden, with Hanns Beck-Gaden, Grit Haid, Thomas Halder,
1930: Wenn die Abendglocken läuten (Director of Photography), Directed by Hanns Beck-Gaden, with Maria von Mindszenty, Josef Berger, Hanns Beck-Gaden,
1929: Andreas Hofer (Für ein freies Vaterland (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by Hanns Prechtl, with Franz Stein, Max Reichlmair, Rolf Pinegger,
1929: Der Grenzjäger (Director of Photography), Directed by Hanns Beck-Gaden, with Hanns Beck-Gaden, Gritta Ley,
1928: Die Dame in Schwarz (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Osten, with Marcella Albani, Liane Haid,
1928: Wo die Alpenrosen blüh'n (Director of Photography), Directed by Hanns Beck-Gaden, with Hanns Beck-Gaden, Gritta Ley,
1927: Die raffinierteste Frau Berlins (The cleverest Woman in Berlin) (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Osten, with Luigi Serventi, Nina Vanna, Mary Johnson,
1927: Was die Kinder ihren Eltern verschweigen (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Osten, with Nina Vanna, Mary Johnson, Erich Kaiser-Titz,
1927: Was Kinder den Eltern verschweigen (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Osten, with Erich Kaiser-Titz, Olga Limburg, Nina Vanna,
1927: Kindertragödie (Director of Photography), Directed by Phil Jutzi, with Holmes Zimmermann,
1927: Männer vor der Ehe (Director of Photography), Directed by Constantin J. David, with Nina Vanna, Carl Auen, Hanni Weisse,
1927: Man steigt nach (Director of Photography), Directed by Ernö Metzner, with Erna Morena,
1927: Arme kleine Colombine (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Seitz sen., with Wilhelm Diegelmann, Herta von Tucher, Egon von Jordan,
1926: Klettermaxe (Director of Photography), Directed by Willy Reiber, with Dorothea Wieck, Corry Bell, Ruth Weyher,
1926: Die Villa im Tiergarten (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Osten, with Aruth Wartan, Maria Monzenti, Margarete Kupfer,
1926: Überflüssige Menschen (Director of Photography), Directed by Aleksandr Rasumnyj, with Eugen Klöpfer, Camilla von Hollay, Heinrich George,
1926: Das Lebenslied (Director of Photography), Directed by Arthur Bergen, with Carl de Vogt, Erna Morena, Theodor Loos,
1926: Heimliche Sünder (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Seitz sen., with Dorothea Wieck, Mary Kid, Margarete Kupfer,
1926: Schenk' mir das Leben (Director of Photography), Directed by Klaus Fery, with Grete Reinwald, Henry Stuart, Sylvia Torff,
1925: Das Geheimnis einer Stunde (Director of Photography), Directed by Max Obal, with Ernst Reicher, Helena Makowska, Hilde Horst,
1925: Die Frauen zweier Junggesellen (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Seitz sen., with Maria Minzenti, Margarete Schlegel, Friedl Haerlin,
1925: Marcco, der Bezwinger des Todes (Director of Photography), Directed by Joe Stöckel,
1925: Die abenteuerliche Hochzeit (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Seitz sen., with Alice Hechy, Carl Walther Meyer, Hans Unterkirchner,
1925: Der Fluch der bösen Tat (Das Geheimnis auf Schloss Elmshöh) (Director of Photography), Directed by Max Obal, with Ernst Reicher, Ruth Weyher, Gertrud de Lalsky,
1924: Die Bestie von San Silos (Director of Photography), Directed by Joe Stöckel,
1924: Der Schrei in der Wüste (Director of Photography), Directed by Joe Stöckel,
1924: Die blonde Hannele (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Seitz sen., with Maria Minzenti, Carl de Vogt, Helena Makowska,
1923: Die Tragödie eines Staatsanwalts (Director of Photography), Directed by Josef Berger,
1923: Um eines Weibes Ehre (Director of Photography), Directed by Rudolf Biebrach, with Lucy Doraine, Fritz Greiner, Emil Fenyö,
1923: Die suchende Seele (Director of Photography), Directed by Rudolf Biebrach, with Lucy Doraine,
1922: Marcco, der Ringer des Mikado (Director of Photography), Directed by Joe Stöckel, with Joe Stöckel,
1922: Marcco kennt keine Furcht (Director of Photography), Directed by Joe Stöckel, with Joe Stöckel,
1922: Marccos schwerer Sieg (Director of Photography), Directed by Joe Stöckel, with Joe Stöckel,
1922: Marcco, der Todeskandidat (Director of Photography), Directed by Joe Stöckel, with Joe Stöckel,
1922: Christoph Columbus (Director of Photography), Directed by Márton Garas, with Albert Bassermann, Tamara Duvan, Árpád Ódry,
1922: Der Favorit der Königin (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Seitz sen., with Erich Kaiser-Titz, Hanna Ralph, Wilhelm Kaiser-Heyl,
1921: Der Mann an der Kette (Director of Photography), Directed by Toni Attenberger,
1921: Weltstadtbanditen (Director of Photography), Directed by Fred Stranz, with Gussy Fritz-Stranz, Fred Stranz,
1921: Die harten Köpfe (Director of Photography), Directed by Josef Coenen, with Karl Valentin,
1921: Der rote Schatten. 5. Abenteuer Jimmy Potts (Director of Photography), Directed by Toni Attenberger, with Otto Kronburger,
1920: Vertauschtes Leben (Director of Photography), Directed by Toni Attenberger,
1920: Der Christus von Oberammergau (Director), Directed by Franz Seitz sen., with Carl Mittermayr, Franz Seitz sen., Anton Ernst Rückert,
1920: Die Frau auf der Schildkröte (Director of Photography), Directed by Toni Attenberger,
1920: Dr. Steffens seltsamster Fall (Director of Photography), Directed by Toni Attenberger,
1920: Die Flucht ins Jenseits oder: Die dunkle Gasse von New York (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Seitz sen., with Charles Willy Kayser, Union-Film Compagnie mbH, München, Grete Reinwald,
1920: Der letzte Schuss (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Seitz sen., with Josef Berger, Fritz Kampers, Rolf Pinegger,
1920: Durch alle Höllen (Director of Photography), Directed by Toni Attenberger,
1920: Das Ende des Abenteurers Paolo de Caspado (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Seitz sen., with Fritz Greiner, Carla Ferra, Anton Ernst Rückert,
1920: Das Glöckerl von Birkenstein (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Seitz sen.,
1920: Das Milliardentestament (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Seitz sen., with Anton Ernst Rückert, Lili Dominici, Carla Ferra,
1920: Zirkus Schnabelmann (Director of Photography), Directed by Toni Attenberger, with Karl Valentin, Liesl Karlstadt, August Junker,
1920: Die Schmiede des Grauens (Director of Photography), Directed by Toni Attenberger,
1920: Das ausgeschnittene Gesicht (Director of Photography), Directed by Franz Seitz sen., with Anton Ernst Rückert, Fritz Kampers, Heinrich Peer,
1919: Menschliche Trümmer (Director of Photography), Directed by Fritz Kampers, with Lili Dominici, Carla Ferra, Fritz Kampers,
1919: Die Ehe einer Achtzehnjährigen (Director of Photography), Directed by N. N., with Lili Dominici,

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