Ida Jenbach was born in 1878 in Miskolcs. She was an Austrian Author, Director, known for Die Csikosbaroness (1930), Stadt ohne Juden (1924), Die Familie ohne Moral (1927), Ida Jenbach's first movie on record is from 1922. Ida Jenbach died on .4, 1940 in KZ. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1930.
Biographical Notes in German: Nach dem Einmarsch der Nazis in ein KZ verschleppt, wo sie 1940 umkam.
Ida Jenbach Filmography [Auszug]
1930: [11.09] Die Csikosbaroness (Scenario), Directed by Jakob Fleck, Luise Kolm, with Emil Biron, Gretl Theimer, Eugen Rex,
1927:  Die Familie ohne Moral (Director), Directed by Max Neufeld, with Carmen Cartellieri, Paul Hartmann, Anna Kallina,
1927: [02.01] Die Geisel der Menschheit (Scourge of Mankind) (Scenario), Directed by Luise Kolm, Jakob Fleck, with , Josef Reithofer,
1924: [08/07] Strandgut (Scenario), Directed by Hans Karl Breslauer, with Willi Forst, Albrecht Attems, Hans Effenberger,
1924: [05.05] Stadt ohne Juden (The City Without Jews) (Scenario), Directed by Hans Karl Breslauer, with Eugen Neufeld, Hans Moser, Anny Miletti,
1923:  Lieb' mich und die Welt ist mein (Scenario), Directed by Hans Karl Breslauer, with Willi Forst, Hans Effenberger, ,
1922:  Die Sportlady (Scenario), Directed by Cornelius Hintner, with Anton Amon, Carmen Cartellieri, Paul Kronegg,
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