Max Ophüls

Director - Germany
Born May 6, 1902 in Saarbrücken
Died March 26, 1957 in Hamburg
Other names or known as : Max Ophuls,

Mini-Biography:
Max Ophüls was born on May 6, 1902 in Saarbrücken. He was a German Director, known for The Exile (1947), Lola Montez (1955), La Ronde (1950), Max Ophüls's first movie on record is from 1930. Max Ophüls died on March 26, 1957 in Hamburg. His last motion picture on file dates from 1989.
Biographical Notes in German: Eigentlich Max Oppenheimer, als Sohn einer reichen Kaufmannsfamilie geboren. 1918 Abitur in Saarbrücken, Schauspielschüler bei Fritz Holl in Stuttgart, nennt sich jetzt Max Ophüls. 1920 Schauspieler in Stuttgart, danach in Aachen. 1923 erste Inszenierungen in Dortmund, 1924-25 Regisseur in Elberfeld - Barmen. 1926 einige Inszenierungen am Wiener Burgtheater, Heirat mit Hilde Wall. 1927 Regisseur in Frankfurt, Geburt des Sohnes Marcel. 1928 Regisseur in Breslau, Erste Arbeiten für den Rundfunk. 1930 Berlin, Inszenierungen von Lustspielen, erste Kontakte mit dem Film.
1933 verlässt Ophüls mit seiner Familie Deutschland, wird 1934 französischer Staatsbürger, dreht in Frankreich und Italien. 1936 Filmarbeit in Holland, 1940 vorübergehender Aufenthalt in der Schweiz, 1941 erneute Emigration in die USA, bis 1946 in Hollywood ohne Regie-Aufträge, schreibt seine Autobiographie. 1950 Rückkehr nach Frankreich, 1954 Arbeit für den Rundfunk in Baden-Baden: "Bertha Garlan" von Schnitzler und "Novelle" von Goethe. 1957 Inszenierung am Hamburger Schauspielhaus "Der tolle Tag" von Beaumarchais.
Max Ophüls stirbt am 26. März 1957 in einer Hamburger Klinik.

Max Ophüls Filmography
1989: [] Frau Berta Garlan (Based on : Hörspielfassung), Directed by Peter Patzak, with Birgit Doll, , Hans Michael Rehberg,
1958: [] Montparnasse 19 (Scenario), Directed by Jacques Becker, with Anouk Aimée, Lea Padovani, Lilli Palmer,
1955: [12.23] Lola Montez (The Sins of Lola Montes) (Director), with Peter Ustinov, Martine Carol, Werner Finck,
1953: [09.16] Madame De ... (Diamond Earrings, The Earrings of Madame De) (Director), with Danielle Darrieux, Charles Boyer, Vittorio De Sica,
1952: [] Zauberer des Kinos - Max Ophüls (Cast), Directed by Georg Bense,
1951: [02.29] Le Plaisir (Director), with , Danielle Darrieux, Henri Crémieux,
1950: [06.17] La Ronde (Director), with Adolf Wohlbrück, Marcel Mérovée, Isa Miranda,
1949: [/ /1] The Reckless Moment (Director), with David Bair, Joan Bennett, Geraldine Brooks,
1949: [/ /1] Caught (Director), Directed by John Berry, with Curt Bois, Ruth Brady, Frank Ferguson,
1948: [04.28] Letter from an unknown woman (Director: (AKA Max Opuls) ), with Joan Fontaine, Louis Jourdan, Mady Christians,
1947: [11.06] The Exile (Director), with Edwin August, Maria Montez, Colin Kenny,
1941: [] L' école des femmes (unrealized project) (Director),
1940: [03.22] Sans lendemain (Director), with Paul Azaïs, Edwige Feuillère, Michel François,
1939: [01.05] De Mayerling à Sarajevo (De Mayerling à Sarajevo) (Director), with Jean Worms, Edy Debray, Francine Claudel,
1938: [11.17] Le Roman de Werther (Director), with , , Jean Galland,
1937: [06.23] Yoshiwara (Director), with Camille Bert, Sessue Hayakawa, Lucienne Le Marchand,
1936: [12.11] La tendre ennemie (Director), with , Liliane Lesaffre, Roger Legris,
1935: [10.25] Komedie om Geld (Director), with Herman Bowber, Rini Otte, Cor Ruys,
1935: [] Divine (Director), with Paul Azaïs, Simone Berriau, Catherine Fonteney,
1935: [/ /1] Valse brillante de Chopin (Director), with Alexander Brailowski,
1935: [/ /1] Ave Maria de Schubert (Director), with Elisabeth Schumann,
1934: [] La Signora di tutti (Director), with Isa Miranda, Memo Benassi, Lamberto Picasso,
1934: [03.13] On a volé un homme (Director), with Lili Damita, Fernand Fabre, Charles Fallot,
1933: [02.26] Une histoire d'amour (Director), with Gustaf Gründgens, Simone Heliard, Wolfgang Liebeneiner,
1933: [06.03] Die Lachenden Erben (Director), with Max Adalbert, Lien Deyers, Erich Ettel,
1933: [03.03] Liebelei (Director), with Magda Schneider, , Wolfgang Liebeneiner,
1932: [08.18] Die verkaufte Braut (Director), with Jarmila Novotna, Maria Janowska, Kurt Horwitz,
1931: [/ /1] Die verliebte Firma (Director), with Annie Ahlers, Lien Deyers, Werner Finck,
1930: [/ /1] Dann schon lieber Lebertran (Director), with Heinz Günsdorf, Käte Haack, Paul Kemp,

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