The day of birth of Paul Lachenauer is not on record. He was a German Art Director, known for Fortunato (1921), Tschetschensen-Rache (1920), Die entfesselte Menschheit (1920), Paul Lachenauer's first movie on record is from 1919. Paul Lachenauer died on an unknown date. His last motion picture on file dates from 1921.
Paul Lachenauer Filmography [Auszug]
1921: [/ /1] Fortunato (Art Director),
1920:  Die Tochter des Organisten (Art Director), Directed by Emil Fiering, with Ria Alldorf, Sigmund Aschenbach, Joseph Sieger,
1920: [/ /1] Tschetschensen-Rache (Chechensen-Rache) (Art Director), Directed by Charles Willy Kayser, with Rita Clermont, Bernhard Goetzke, Charles Willy Kayser,
1920:  Der Schrei nach dem Kinde (Art Director), Directed by Rudi Oehler, with , Loo Hardy,
1920:  Der Shawl der Kaiserin Katherina II (Art Director), with Magnus Stifter,
1920:  Gauner der Gesellschaft (Art Director), Directed by Carl Heinz Boese, with Rita Clermont, Charles Willy Kayser, Kurt Middendorf,
1920: [. .1] Die entfesselte Menschheit (Art Director: (/xx/)), Directed by Joseph Delmont, with Rosa Valetti, Georg John, Marion Illing,
1920:  Ihr tollster Trick (Art Director), Directed by Waldemar Hecker, with Egon Söhnlin, Meg Gehrts, Anna Müller-Lincke,
1919: [12.12] Die geheimnisvolle Kugel (Art Director), Directed by Waldemar Hecker, with Kurt Katsch, Meg Gehrts, ,
1919: [11.21] Vom Schicksal erdrosselt (Art Director), Directed by Carl Neisser, with , , Ernst Deutsch,
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