Werner Klingler

Director - Germany
Born October 23, 1903 in Stuttgart
Died June 23, 1972 in Berlin

Mini-Biography:
Werner Klingler was born on October 23, 1903 in Stuttgart. He was a German Director, known for Das Geheimnis der schwarzen Koffer (1961), Banktresor 713 (1957), Die Barmherzige Lüge (1939), Werner Klingler's first movie on record is from 1930. Werner Klingler died on June 23, 1972 in Berlin. His last motion picture on file dates from 1964.

Werner Klingler Filmography [Auszug]
1964: [/ /1] Das Haus auf dem Hügel (Director), with Paul Esser, Ron Randell,
1962: [/ /1] Das Geheimnis des schwarzen Koffers (Director), with Senta Berger, Peter Carsten, Joachim Hansen,
1962: [/ /1] Das Testament des Dr. Mabuse (Director), with Leon Askin, Helmut Schmid, Ann Savo,
1961: [/ /1] Das Geheimnis der schwarzen Koffer (Director), with Senta Berger, Joachim Hansen,
1961: [/ /1] Der schwarze Koffer (Director), with Senta Berger, Joachim Hansen, Chris Howland,
1961: [] Lebensborn (Director), with , Hellmut Lange, Renate Küster,
1960: [/ /1] Ein Student ging vorbei (Director), with Erika von Thellmann, , Friedrich Schoenfelder,
1959: [08.27] Arzt aus Leidenschaft (Director), with Willy Birgel, Antje Geerk, Adrian Hoven,
1959: [/ /1] Aus dem Tagebuch eines Frauenarztes (Director), with Albert Bessler, Manfred Grothe, Richard Häussler,
1958: [/ /1] Blitzmädels an die Front (Director), with Edith Elmay, Bert Fortell, Horst Frank,
1958: [] Hoppla, jetzt kommt Eddie (Director), with Eddie Constantine, Reinhard Kolldehoff, Günther Lüders,
1957: [11.14] Frauenarzt Dr. Bertram (Director), with Willy Birgel, Antje Geerk, Winnie Markus,
1957: [/ /1] Banktresor 713 (Director), with Käthe Alving, Margit Reismann, Charles Regnier,
1956: [/ /1] Spion für Deutschland (Director), with Heinz Drache, Walter Giller, Martin Held,
1948: [/ /1] Arche Nora (Director), with Claus Hofer, Willy Maertens, Edith Schneider,
1947: [05.02] Razzia (Police Raid) (Director), with Paul Bildt, Elly Burgmer, ,
1945: [] Solistin Anna Alt (Director), with Ursula Grabley, Eugen Klöpfer, Will Quadflieg,
1945: [] Dr. phil. Doederlein (Director), with Heinrich George, Käte Haack, Hans Nielsen,
1944: [07.06] Die Degenhardts (Director), with Heinrich George, , ,
1944: [04.06] Der Verteidiger hat das Wort (Director), with Heinrich George, Carla Rust, Rudolf Fernau,
1943: [10.11] Titanic (Director), Directed by Herbert Selpin, with Claude Farell, Sybille Schmitz, Sepp Rist,
1941: [10.17] Wetterleuchten um Barbara (Director), with Magnus Stifter, , ,
1940: [] Die letzte Runde (Director), with Camilla Horn, Max Bing,
1939: [08.18] Die Barmherzige Lüge (Director), with Paul Dahlke, Otto Gebühr, Hilde Krahl,
1937: [/ /1] Condottieri (Director), Directed by Giacomo Gentilomo, with Giuseppe Addobbati, Hans Zesch-Ballot, Alberto Emmerich,
1936: [08.28] Standschütze Bruggler (Director), with ,
1930: [03.11] Der Tanz geht weiter (Those who dance) (Cast: Tim, Ellys Bruder), Directed by Wilhelm Dieterle, with Lissy Arna, Carla Bartheel, Wilhelm Dieterle,

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