The day of birth of Milo Harbich is not on record. He is a German Editor, Director, known for Münchhausen (1942), Hitlerjunge Quex: Ein Film vom Opfergeist deutscher Jugend (1933), Einmal eine grosse Dame sein (1934), Milo Harbich's first movie on record is from 1933. His last motion picture on file dates from 1946.
Milo Harbich Filmography [Auszug]
1946: [10.18] Freies Land (Director), with , Fritz Wagner, Herbert Wilk,
1942: [03/05] Münchhausen (The adventures of Baron Munchhausen, Baron Munchhausen, The extraordinary adventures of Baron Muenchhausen) (Editor), Directed by Josef von Baky, with Hans Albers, Wilhelm Bendow, Brigitte Horney,
1940: [08.29] Wie konntest du, Veronika! (Director), with Wolf Albach-Retty, Gusti Huber, Erich Ponto,
1940:  Kriminalkommissar Eyck (Director), with Walter Lieck, Lina Carstens, Andrews Engelmann,
1934: [/ /1] Einmal eine grosse Dame sein (Editor), Directed by Gerhard Lamprecht, with Wolf Albach-Retty, Werner Fuetterer, Carola Höhn,
1933: [09.11] Hitlerjunge Quex: Ein Film vom Opfergeist deutscher Jugend (Editor), Directed by Hans Steinhoff, with Jürgen Ohlsen, Heinrich George, Berta Drews,
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