Emil Gyr

Actor - Switzerland
Born July 8, 1879 in Zürich
Died August 22, 1951 in Zollikon

Mini-Biography:
Emil Gyr was born on July 8, 1879 in Zürich. He was a Swiss Actor, known for Matto regiert (1946), Bergführer Lorenz (1943), Romeo und Julia auf dem Dorfe (1941), Emil Gyr's first movie on record is from 1941. Emil Gyr died on August 22, 1951 in Zollikon. His last motion picture on file dates from 1946.

Emil Gyr Filmography [Auszug]
1946: [04.17] Matto regiert (Madness rules) (Cast: Patient), Directed by Leopold Lindtberg, with Heinrich Gretler, , Walburga Gmür,
1945: [] Kampf dem Krebs (Cast), Directed by Nathan Schänker, with Leopold Biberti,
1944: [02.19] Marie-Louise (Cast), Directed by Leopold Lindtberg, Hermann Haller, with Josiane Hegg, Heinrich Gretler, Margrit Winter,
1943: [] Bergführer Lorenz (Cast), Directed by Eduard Probst, with Hans Feehrmann, Olga Gebhardt,
1941: [11.08] Romeo und Julia auf dem Dorfe (Cast: der alte Marti), Directed by Hans Trommer, Valerian Schmiedely, with Erwin Kohlund, Margrit Winter, ,

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