Erik A. Petschler

Director, Actor - Sweden
Borndate unknown

The day of birth of Erik A. Petschler is not on record. He was a Swedish Director, Actor, known for Luffarpetter (1922), Hennes kungliga höghet (1916), Blodets röst (1913), Erik A. Petschler's first movie on record is from 1913. His last motion picture on file dates from 1928.

Erik A. Petschler Filmography [Auszug]
1928: [] A.-B. Gifta Bort Baron Olson (Director), with Bror Berger, Anita Dorris,
1927: [] Hin och smålänningen (Director), with Thor Modéen, Jenny Tschernichin-Larsson,
1922: [12.26] Luffarpetter (Peter the Tramp) (Director), with Greta Garbo, , ,
1916: [/ /1] Hennes kungliga höghet (Cast), Directed by Fritz Magnussen, with Stina Berg, Nicolai Johannsen, Juliette Lind,
1915: [11.08] Högsta vinsten (Cast: Karlsson), Directed by Edmond Hansen, with Edith Erastoff, ,
1915: [10.18] Hjälte mot sin vilja (Cast: Kalle Glad ), Directed by Edmond Hansen, with Edith Erastoff, Alfred Lundberg,
1915: [09.20] Hans bröllopsnatt (Cast: Erik Björnberg), Directed by Mauritz Stiller, with , Richard Lund,
1913: [11.05] Halvblod (Lifvets konflikter) (Cast), Directed by Victor Sjöström, with John Ekman, Karin Molander, William Larsson,
1913: [09.07] Blodets röst (The Voice of Passion) (Cast), Directed by Victor Sjöström, with Victor Sjöström, , Greta Almroth,
1913: [09.00] Mannekängen (Cast), Directed by Mauritz Stiller, with Lili Ziedner, Victor Arfvidson, Stina Berg,
1913: [] Pa livets ödesvägar (Cast: Johnstone junior), Directed by Mauritz Stiller, with , Clara Wieth, ,

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