Paul Merzbach

Author, Director, Editor - Austria
Born November 27, 1888 in Vienna
Died 1948 in Austria

Mini-Biography:
Paul Merzbach was born on November 27, 1888 in Wien. He was an Austrian Author, Director, Editor, known for Das Geheimnis um Johann Orth (1932), Lola Montez, die Tänzerin des Königs (1922), Der Bankkrach Unter den Linden (1925), Paul Merzbach's first movie on record is from 1921. Paul Merzbach died on , 1948 in Austria. His last motion picture on file dates from 1935.

Paul Merzbach Filmography [Auszug]
1935: [10.16] Invitation to the Waltz (Director), with Carl Esmond, Lilian Harvey, Harold Warrender,
1932: [/ /1] Das Geheimnis um Johann Orth (Scenario), Directed by Willi Wolff, with Paul Wegener, Paul Richter, Ellen Richter,
1931: [/ /1] Dantes mysterier (Director), with Eric Abrahamsson, Gustav Lövas, Eva Lackström,
1931: [] Falska millinären (Director), Directed by André Berthomieu, with Erik Berglund, Olav Riégo, Fridolf Rhudin,
1929: [12.26] Säg det i toner (The Dream Waltz) (Scenario), Directed by Julius Jaenzon, Edvin Adolphson, with Håkan Westergren, Stina Berg, Elisabeth Frisk,
1929: [] Hjärtats Triumf (The Triumph of the Heart) (Scenario), Directed by Gustaf Molander, with Edvin Adolphson, , Anna Lindahl,
1928: [09.17] Synd (Sin) (Scenario), Directed by Gustaf Molander, with Lars Hanson, Elissa Landi, Hugo Björne,
1927: [10.03] Förseglade läppar (Sealed Lips) (Scenario), Directed by Gustaf Molander, with Mona Mårtensson, Fred Louis Lerch, Sandra Milowanoff,
1926: [] Hans Engelska Fru (Scenario), Directed by Gustaf Molander, with Lil Dagover, Urho Somersalmi, Gösta Ekman,
1926: [04.11] Nur eine Tänzerin (Scenario), Directed by Olof Molander, with Uno Henning, Hermann Picha, Robert Leffler,
1925: [08.01] Der Bankkrach Unter den Linden (Scenario), with Bruno Ziener, Albert Paulig, Paul Morgan,
1925: [] Das Geheimnis der alten Mamsell (Director), with Marcella Albani, Guido Parisch-Schamberg,
1925: [] Polis Paulus’ Påskasmäll (The Smugglers, Constable Paulus’ Easter Crackers) (Scenario), Directed by Gustaf Molander, with Carl Schenstrøm, Harald Madsen, Gucken Cederborg,
1925: [02.24] Dr. Monnier und die Frauen (Parisiennes, Doctors' Women, Women of Paris) (Scenario), Directed by Gustaf Molander, with Margit Manstad, Ruth Weyher, Fred Louis Lerch,
1924: [] Der Klabautermann (Director), with Evi Eva,
1922: [09.14] Scheine des Todes (Scenario), Directed by Lothar Mendes, with Alfred Abel, Eva May, Ivan Petrovich,
1922: [] Lola Montez, die Tänzerin des Königs (Scenario), Directed by Willi Wolff, with Ellen Richter, Georg Alexander, Hugo Döblin,
1922: [] Die Abenteuer eines Ermordeten (Scenario), Directed by Louis Ralph, with Louis Ralph, Charlotte Ander,
1921: [10.12] Dr. Gyllenborgs doppeltes Gesicht (Doktor Gyllenborgs doppeltes Gesicht) (Scenario), Directed by Louis Ralph, with Wilhelm Diegelmann, Louis Ralph,
1921: [11.18] Die goldene Pest (Scenario), Directed by Louis Ralph, with , Michael Rainer-Steiner, Hermann Picha,
1921: [06.24] Das Haus in der Dragonergasse (Scenario), Directed by Richard Oswald, with Aenne Ullstein, Ellen Bargi, Paul Bildt,

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