Walter Janssen

Actor, Director - Germany
Born February 7, 1891 in Krefeld
Died January 1, 1976 in München

Mini-Biography:
Walter Janssen was born on February 7, 1891 in Krefeld. He was a German Actor, Director, known for Die Prinzessin von St. Wolfgang (1957), Alle Tage ist kein Sonntag (1959), Maskerade (1934), Walter Janssen's first movie on record is from 1917. Walter Janssen died on January 1, 1976 in München. His last motion picture on file dates from 1970.
Biographical Notes in German: wollte ursprünglich Musiker werden, Schauspielunterricht am Shauspielhaus
Frankfurt am Main, dann in Kassel und München. Bei Max Reinhardt am
Deutschen Theater in Berlin, 1919 zum Film, später Theater in Wien.

Walter Janssen Filmography [Auszug]
1970: [] Something for Everyone (Cast), Directed by Harold Prince, with Eva-Maria Meineke, Wolfried Lier, Angela Lansbury,
1964: [/ /1] Professor Bernhardi (Cast), Directed by Peter Beauvais, with Willy Berling, Peter Gerhard,
1959: [12.21] Alt Heidelberg (Cast: Hofmarschall), Directed by Ernst Marischka, with Sabine Sinjen, Christian Wolff, Gert Fröbe,
1959: [08.12] Alle Tage ist kein Sonntag (Everyday's not sunday) (Cast: Franz), Directed by Helmut Weiss, with Elisabeth Müller, Jochen Hanke, Jürgen Hanke,
1957: [09.19] Nachts wenn der Teufel kam (The Devil strikes at midnight) (Cast: Kriminalrat Boehm), Directed by Robert Siodmak, with Claus Holm, Annemarie Düringer, Mario Adorf,
1957: [/ /1] Die Prinzessin von St. Wolfgang (Cast: Albert Graf Bondi), Directed by Harald Reinl, with Maria von Tasnady, Karin Riemenschneider, Gerhard Riedmann,
1957: [/ /1] Das Abschiedssouper (Cast), Directed by Charles Regnier, with Ina Peters, ,
1957: [] Der Pfarrer von St. Michael (The Pastor of St. Michael) (Cast: Pfarrer Burger), Directed by Wolfgang Glück, with Erich Auer, Gerlinde Locker, Heinrich Gretler,
1957: [/ /1] Der König der Bernina (The King of the Bernina) (Cast), Directed by Alfred Lehner, with Erich Dörner, Heinrich Gretler, Waltraut Haas,
1956: [] Pater Brown findet Daniel Boom (Cast: Pater Brown), Directed by Peter A. Horn, with Friedrich Schoenfelder,
1955: [/ /1] Das Schweigen im Walde (Cast: Arzt), Directed by Helmut Weiss, with Rudolf Lenz, Sonja Sutter, Angelika Hauff,
1954: [08.24] Schloss Hubertus (Cast: Arzt ), Directed by Helmut Weiss, with Marianne Koch, Lil Dagover, Friedrich Domin,
1954: [/ /1] Die Mücke (Cast), Directed by Walter Reisch, with Herbert Wilk, , Axel Monjé,
1954: [/ /1] Hänsel und Gretel (Director), with Maren J. Bielenberg, Jochen Diestelmann, Wolfgang Eichberger,
1953: [04/29] Hochzeit auf Reisen (Cast: Professor Schmidt ), Directed by Paul Verhoeven, with Ilse Bally, Karlheinz Böhm, Gert Fröbe,
1952: [12.18] Illusion in Moll (Cast), Directed by Rudolf Jugert, with , Maurice Teynac, Albrecht Schoenhals,
1952: [/ /1] Der bunte Traum (Cast: Wassil Tamarow), Directed by Géza von Cziffra, with Herbert Weissbach, Hans Olden, Vera Molnar,
1952: [04/22] Hinter Klostermauern (Cast: Dr. Riedinger ), Directed by Harald Reinl, with Olga Tschechowa, , Katharina Mayberg,
1952: [01.11] Gefangene Seele (Cast), Directed by Hans Wolff, with Rolf Zehetbauer, Paul Albert Krumm,
1951: [09.20] Die Alm an der Grenze (Director), with Karl Tischlinger, Willy Rösner, Paul Richter,
1951: [/ /1] Talent zum Glück - Das Geheimnis einer Ehe (Cast), Directed by Helmut Weiss, with Olga Tschechowa, Alexander Ponto, Fritz Odemar,
1950: [10.24] Vom Teufel gejagt (Cast), Directed by Victor Tourjansky, with Hans Albers, Willy Birgel, Lil Dagover,
1950: [] Skandal in der Botschaft (Cast), Directed by Erik Ode, with Ernst Waldow, Mady Rahl, Gunther Philipp,
1949: [/ /1] Der blaue Strohhut (Cast), Directed by Victor Tourjansky, with , Joseph Offenbach, Inge Köstler,
1949: [/ /1] Wer bist du, den ich liebe ? (Cast: Regendanz), Directed by Géza von Bolváry, with Gisela Fackeldey, Adrian Hoven,
1945: [/ /1] The Southerner (Composer), Directed by Jean Renoir, with Betty Field, Jay Gilpin, Percy Kilbride,
1945: [/ /1] Der Ruf an das Gewissen (Cast), Directed by Karl Anton, with Walter Werner, Herbert Hübner,
1944: [12/01] Ein Blick zurück (Cast), Directed by Gerhard Menzel, with Dagny Servaes, Curd Jürgens,
1944: [/ /1] Warum lügst du, Elisabeth ? (Cast: Alois Kolbe), Directed by Fritz Kirchhoff, with Carola Höhn, Paul Richter,
1944: [/ /1] Der gebieterische Ruf (Cast: Intendant Soestmann), Directed by Gustav Ucicky, with Rosl Dorena, Willi Rose, Frida Richard,
1944: [] Das Hochzeitshotel (Cast), Directed by Carl Boese, with Roma Bahn, René Deltgen,
1943: [] Die schwache Stunde (Cast), Directed by Vladimír Slavínsky, with Josef Eichheim, Hilde Hildebrand,
1942: [01.08] Die Grosse Nummer (Cast), Directed by Karel Anton, with Leny Marenbach, Rudolf Prack, Maly Delschaft,
1942: [12.05] Wen die Götter lieben (Cast: Leopold Mozart ), Directed by Karl Hartl, with Hans Holt, Winnie Markus, Irene von Meyendorff,
1942: [11.13] Diesel (Cast), Directed by Gerhard Lamprecht, with Willy Birgel, Paul Wegener, ,
1941: [] Komödianten (Cast: Koch, Charakterspieler), Directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst, with Hilde Krahl, Käthe Dorsch, Henny Porten,
1939: [02.21] Leidenschaft (Director), with Otto Gebühr, Paul Otto, Hans Stüwe,
1939: [01.27] Drei wunderschöne Tage (Cast), Directed by Fritz Kirchhoff, with Gustav Waldau, Gina Falckenberg, Hans Zesch-Ballot,
1938: [/ /1] Geld fällt vom Himmel (Pengar fran skyn) (Cast), Directed by Heinz Helbig, with Erika von Thellmann, Willi Schur, Carmen Perwolf,
1938: [] Kleiner Mann - ganz gross! (Cast), Directed by Robert A. Stemmle, with Victor De Kowa, Gusti Huber, Paul Hoffmann,
1938: [02.24] Das Ehesanatorium (Cast: Professor Eschenburg), Directed by N. N., with Volker von Collande, Hilde Sessak, Günther Lüders,
1937: [] Serenade (Cast: Alfred Ritter), Directed by Willi Forst, with Hilde Krahl, Albert Matterstock,
1936: [08.21] Alles für Veronika (Fräulein Veronika, Madonna im Warenhaus (Working title)) (Cast), Directed by Veit Harlan, with Grethe Weiser, Gretl Theimer, Hans Moser,
1936: [05.14] Familienparade (Cast), Directed by Fritz Wendhausen, with Bruno Ziener, Oskar Höcker, Hans Henninger,
1935: [07.09] Wer wagt - gewinnt (Bezauberndes Fräulein) (Director), with Wilhelm Bendow, Walter Steinbeck, ,
1935: [/ /1] Alle Tage ist kein Sonntag (Director), with Wera Schultz, Hans Nerking, Annie Markart,
1934: [08.21] Maskerade (Cast: Paul Harrandt), Directed by Willi Forst, with , Adolf Wohlbrück, Peter Petersen,
1934: [08.11] Der Herr der Welt (Cast: Dr. Heller), Directed by Harry Piel, with Sybille Schmitz, Walter Franck,
1934: [07.27] Schön ist es, verliebt zu sein (Director), with Herbert Ernst Groh, Erich Kestin, Karin Hardt,
1934: [/ /1] Rosen aus dem Süden (Director), with Emil Biron, Hugo Werner-Kahle,
1933: [] Schwarzwaldmädel (Cast: Domkapellmeister Römer), Directed by Georg Zoch, with Maria Beling, Hans Söhnker,
1933: [06.14] Wege zur guten Ehe (Bekenntnisse und Erfahrungen eines Sexualforschers, Liebe, wie die Frau sie wünscht, Liebe, wie die Frau sie braucht) (Cast), Directed by Adolf Trotz, with Alfred Abel, Otto Wallburg, Olga Tschechowa,
1933: [06.03] Die Lachenden Erben (Cast: Robert Stumm), Directed by Max Ophüls, with Max Adalbert, Lien Deyers, Erich Ettel,
1932: [02.03] Der Choral von Leuthen (The Anthem of Leuthen) (Cast), Directed by Carl Froelich, Walter Supper, with Elga Brink, Otto Gebühr, Veit Harlan,
1931: [08.05] Das Konzert (Fashions in Love) (Cast), Directed by Leo Mittler, with Olga Tschechowa, Lotte Lorring, Oskar Karlweis,
1931: [] Kaiserliebchen (Cast: Kaiser Josef ), Directed by Hans Tintner, with Liane Haid, Wilhelm Bendow,
1931: [/ /1] Die Faschingsfee (Cast), Directed by Hans Steinhoff, with Annie Ahlers, ,
1931: [] Jeder fragt nach Erika (Cast), Directed by Friedrich Zelnik, with Ernst Verebes, Adele Sandrock, Ralph Arthur Roberts,
1931: [] Strohwitwer (Cast), Directed by Georg Jacoby, with Maria Paudler, Maly Delschaft, Hugo Flink,
1931: [02.07] Die Königin einer Nacht (Cast: Paul d'Armont ), Directed by Fritz Wendhausen, with Friedl Haerlin, Karl Ludwig Diehl,
1930: [10.29] Die singende Stadt (Cast), Directed by Carmine Gallone, with Hans Heinrich von Twardowski, Jan Kiepura,
1930: [08/25] Die grosse Sehnsucht (The Great Desire) (Cast), Directed by István Székely, with Camilla Horn, Theodor Loos, Harry Frank,
1930: [] Zwei Herzen im Dreivierteltakt (Cast: Toni Hofer, der Operettenkomponist)), Directed by Géza von Bolváry, with Willi Forst, Gretl Theimer,
1930: [/ /1] Nur Du (Cast), Directed by Hermann Feiner, Willi Wolff, with Marianne Winkelstern, Kurt Lilien,
1929: [12.23] Die Nacht gehört uns (Cast), Directed by Carl Froelich, with Hans Albers, Otto Wallburg, ,
1929: [. .] Kampf ums Leben (Cast: Hellmann, Fabrikant), with Maly Delschaft, Alexander Granach,
1929: [] Schwarzwaldmädel (Cast: Domkapellmeister Römer), Directed by Victor Janson, with Liane Haid, Fred Louis Lerch,
1929: [04.26] Die weissen Rosen von Ravensburg (The White Roses of Ravensberg) (Cast: Graf von Erlenstein ), Directed by Rudolf Meinert, with Diana Karenne, Viola Garden, Jack Trevor,
1928: [09.20] Die kleine Sklavin (The Poor Slave) (Cast: Richard Reimers, Vater), Directed by Jakob Fleck, Luise Kolm, with Grete Mosheim, Fred Louis Lerch, Fritz Richard,
1926: [04.11] Nur eine Tänzerin (Cast), Directed by Olof Molander, with Uno Henning, Hermann Picha, Robert Leffler,
1925: [01.29] Die tolle Herzogin (Cast), Directed by Willi Wolff, with Henry Bender, Louis Brody, Evi Eva,
1923: [12/00] Karusellen (Cast: Robert Benton), Directed by Dimitri Buchowetzki, with Aud Egede-Nissen, Alphons Fryland,
1923: [/ /1] La Bohème (Cast), Directed by Gennaro Righelli, with Maria Jacobini, Wilhelm Dieterle, Elena Lunda,
1922: [02.09] Peter der Grosse (Pietro il Grande, Pierre le Grand) (Cast: Alexis, Zarewitsch), Directed by Dimitri Buchowetzki, with Emil Jannings, Bernhard Goetzke, Dagny Servaes,
1922: [08.21] Luise Millerin (Cast), Directed by Carl Froelich, with Lil Dagover, , Reinhold Schünzel,
1921: [10.06] Der müde Tod (Destiny) (Cast: Der junge Mann / Franke / Francesco / Liang), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Bernhard Goetzke, Lil Dagover, Edgar Klitzsch,
1921: [] Irrende Seelen (Sklaven der Sinne) (Cast: Prinz Myschkin), Directed by Carl Froehlich, with Asta Nielsen, Leonhard Haskel,
1920: [/ /1] Die Toteninsel (Cast), Directed by Carl Froelich, with Lil Dagover, Bernhard Goetzke,
1920: [] Die Verwandlung (Cast), Directed by Karl Heinz Martin, with Roma Bahn, Elsa Wagner,
1919: [10.03] Der Tänzer - 1. Teil (Cast: Andreas Rellnow, der Tänzer), Directed by Carl Froelich, with Lil Dagover, Meinhardt,
1919: [10.00] Der Tänzer - 2. Teil (Cast: der Tänzer), Directed by Carl Froelich, with Gertrud Welcker, Ria Jende, Ena Mar,
1917: [] Die entschleierte Maja (Cast), Directed by Ludwig Beck, with Hanna Ralph, Ernst Rotmund,

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