Robert Lach

Director of Photography - Germany
Borndate unknown

The day of birth of Robert Lach is not on record. He is a German Director of Photography, known for Die freudlose Gasse (1925), Drei Tage Mittelarrest (1930), Arm wie eine Kirchenmaus (1931), Robert Lach's first movie on record is from 1925. His last motion picture on file dates from 1931.

Robert Lach Filmography [Auszug]
1931: [/ /1] Arm wie eine Kirchenmaus (Director of Photography), Directed by Richard Oswald, with Fritz Grünbaum, Paul Hörbiger, Grete Mosheim,
1930: [10.11] Drei Tage Mittelarrest (Director of Photography), Directed by Carl Boese, with Ida Wüst, Leo Peukert, Paul Otto,
1929: [] Fräulein Fähnrich (Miss Midshipman) (Director of Photography), Directed by Fred Sauer, with Mary Parker, Willi Forst, Fritz Schulz,
1928: [10.16] Das Spiel mit der Liebe (Harry und die Hochstaplerin) (Director of Photography), Directed by Victor Janson, with Victor Janson, Harry Liedtke, Hilda Rosch,
1926: [04.23] Geheimnisse einer Seele (Secrets of a Soul) (Director of Photography), Directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst, with Ilka Grüning, Werner Krauss, Polikarp Pavlov,
1925: [/ /1] Die freudlose Gasse (Street of Sorrow, The Joyless Street) (Director of Photography), Directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst, with Einar Hanson, Max Kohlhase, Ilka Grüning,

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