August Rinaldi

Art Director - Germany
Born September 16, 1883 in Neumarkt, Oberpfalz
Died 1939 in nach 1939 verschollen

Mini-Biography:
August Rinaldi was born on September 16, 1883 in Neumarkt, Oberpfalz. He was a German Art Director, known for Ich hatte einst ein schönes Vaterland (1927), Das Tagebuch einer Verlorenen (1918), Der Bergführer von Zakopane (1930), August Rinaldi's first movie on record is from 1916. August Rinaldi died on , 1939 in nach 1939 verschollen. His last motion picture on file dates from 1932.
Biographical Notes in German: Deutscher Filmarchitekt, eigentlich August Goldschmidt. Nach 1939 verschollen

August Rinaldi Filmography [Auszug]
1932: [] Die fidele Razzia (Art Director),
1930: [04.05] Stürmisch die Nacht (Art Director), Directed by Curt Blachnitzky, Hans Otto, with Louis Brody, Hertha Guthmar, Walter Jankuhn,
1930: [] Der Bergführer von Zakopane (Art Director), Directed by Domenico Gambino, with Ferdinand Bonn, , Eva Simon,
1930: [] Ratten der Grosstadt (Art Director),
1929: [08.26] Mädchen am Kreuz (Art Director), Directed by Jakob Fleck, Luise Kolm, with Evelyn Holt, Fritz Odemar, Wolfgang Zilzer,
1929: [/ /1] Giftgas (Giftgas über Berlin) (Art Director), Directed by Mikhail Dubson, with Alfred Abel, Hans Stüwe, Paul Rehkopf,
1929: [] Fräulein Fähnrich (Miss Midshipman) (Art Director), Directed by Fred Sauer, with Mary Parker, Willi Forst, Fritz Schulz,
1929: [/ /1] Zwei Brüder (Art Director), Directed by Mikhail Dubson, with Maria Forescu,
1929: [] Rosen blühen auf dem Heidegrab (Art Director), Directed by Curt Blachnitzky, with Magnus Stifter, Betty Astor, Gerd Briese,
1929: [02.07] Somnambul (Art Director), Directed by Adolf Trotz, with Uly Boutry, Erna Morena, Fritz Kortner,
1928: [] Der Weiberkrieg (Art Director), Directed by Franz Seitz sen., with Liane Haid, , Josef Eichheim,
1928: [] Sechzehn Töchter und kein Papa (Art Director), Directed by Adolf Trotz, with Maly Delschaft, Lia Eibenschütz, Else Reval,
1928: [] Diebe (Art Director),
1928: [] Sünde und Moral (Art Director),
1927: [09.01] Arme kleine Sif (Sif, das Weib, das den Mord beging) (Art Director), Directed by Arthur Bergen, with Olga Engl, Hans Heinrich von Twardowski, Jakob Tiedtke,
1927: [/ /1] Ich hatte einst ein schönes Vaterland (Art Director), Directed by Max Mack, with Alexander Granach, Leo Peukert, Grete Reinwald,
1927: [/ /1] Frühere Verhältnisse (Art Director), Directed by Arthur Bergen, with Fritz Kampers, Ossi Oswalda, Paul Heidemann,
1927: [] Der Feldmarschall (Art Director),
1927: [] Ein Mädel aus dem Volke (Art Director), Directed by Jakob Fleck, Luise Kolm, with Xenia Desni, Harry Liedtke, Livio Cesare Pavanelli,
1927: [02.09] Das Heiratsnest (Art Director), Directed by Rudolf Dworsky, Rudolf Walther-Fein, with Hans Junkermann, Livio Cesare Pavanelli, ,
1926: [] Der Herr der Nacht (Art Director), Directed by Carl Heinz Wolff, with Rudolf Klein-Rogge, Aud Egede-Nissen, Kurt Brenkendorf,
1926: [12.17] Nixchen (Art Director), Directed by Curt Blachnitzky, with Hans Albers, Anton Ernst Rückert, Hermann Picha,
1926: [] Die Flucht in den Zirkus (Art Director), Directed by Mario Bonnard, with Marcella Albani, Wilhelm Dieterle, Guido Parisch-Schamberg,
1926: [] Hermanns Erzählungen (Art Director),
1924: [01.10] Guillotine (Art Director), Directed by Guido Parisch-Schamberg, with Marcella Albani, Hans Albers, Willy Fritsch,
1923: [] Das Spiel der Liebe (Art Director), Directed by Guido Parisch-Schamberg, with Alfred Abel, Marcella Albani, Carl de Vogt,
1923: [] Im Rausche der Leidenschaft (Art Director), Directed by Guido Parisch-Schamberg, with Gertrud Welcker,
1922: [/ /1] Wenn Männer richten (Art Director), Directed by Harry Williams, with Else Berna, Alphons Fryland, ,
1922: [] Das Mädchen ohne Gewissen (Art Director), Directed by William Kahn, with Viggo Larsen, Maria Zelenka,
1922: [] Die vom Zirkus (Art Director), Directed by William Kahn, with Anita Berber, Charles Willy Kayser, Eduard von Winterstein,
1921: [12.28] Des Lebens und der Liebe Wellen (Art Director), Directed by Lorenz Bätz, with Fern Andra, Erling Hanson, Leopold von Ledebur,
1920: [12.13] Der Sturz in die Flammen (Art Director), Directed by William Karfiol, with Maria Zelenka,
1920: [10.12] Das Geheimnis der sechs Spielkarten, 1. Teil - Karo 10 (Art Director), Directed by William Kahn, with Carl Auen, , Edith Posca,
1920: [] Nirvana (Art Director), Directed by Fritz Bernhardt, with , Evi Eva, ,
1920: [06.13] Das ausgeschnittene Gesicht (Art Director), Directed by Franz Seitz sen., with Anton Ernst Rückert, Fritz Kampers, Heinrich Peer,
1919: [01.??] Menschliche Trümmer (Art Director), Directed by Fritz Kampers, with , Carla Ferra, Fritz Kampers,
1919: [11.00] Fluch der Vergangenheit (Art Director), Directed by Carl Boese, with Ernst Deutsch, Ludwig Rex, Karl Falkenberg,
1919: [09.06] Das Hexenlied (Art Director), Directed by Eugen Burg, with Wanda Treumann, Josef Ewald, ,
1919: [] Fräulein Mutter (Art Director), Directed by Carl Neisser, with Bruno Decarli, Käte Haack, Antonie Jaeckel,
1919: [] Der Mädchenhirt (Art Director), Directed by Karl Grune, with Magnus Stifter, Henri Peters-Arnolds, Fritz Richard,
1919: [] Dämon der Welt (Art Director), Directed by Siegfried Dessauer, Rudolf del Zopp, with Charles Willy Kayser, Heinz Salfner, Mabel May-Yong,
1919: [] (Cast: Art), Directed by Siegfried Dessauer, with Charles Willy Kayser, Ethel Scharo,
1919: [09.26] Sklaven des Kapitals (Art Director), Directed by Wolfgang Neff, with Rudolf Klein-Rohden, Käte Haack, Ida Perry,
1918: [] Lola Montez (Art Director), Directed by Robert Heymann, with Leopoldine Konstantin, Hugo Werner-Kahle, Hans Wassmann,
1918: [06.28] Des Lebens Rutschbahn (Art Director), Directed by Leo Bätz, Arthur Günsburg, with Charlotte Böcklin, Heinrich Peer, Hugo Flink,
1918: [12/12] Dida Ibsens Geschichte - Ein Finale zum 'Tagebuch einer Verlorenen' (Art Director), Directed by Richard Oswald, with Anita Berber, Conrad Veidt, Werner Krauss,
1918: [08.00] Der nicht vom Weibe Geborene (Art Director), Directed by Franz Eckstein, Rosa Porten, with Rolf Nordegg, Ly Neumann, Conrad Veidt,
1918: [11.22] Es werde Licht! 4.Teil (Art Director), Directed by Richard Oswald, with Alfred Abel, Reinhold Schünzel, Conrad Veidt,
1918: [] Der lebende Leichnam (Art Director), Directed by Richard Oswald, with Bernd Aldor, Manja Tzatschewa, Rudolf Lettinger,
1918: [] Erbe von Skialdingsholm (Art Director), Directed by Eugen Burg, with Eugen Burg, , ,
1918: [05.09] Graf Michael (Art Director), Directed by Alfred Halm, with Friedrich Zelnik, , Lya Ley,
1918: [05.05] Das Tagebuch einer Verlorenen (Art Director), Directed by Richard Oswald, with Erna Morena, Reinhold Schünzel, Werner Krauss,
1918: [03.00] Die Rose von Dschiandur (Art Director), Directed by Alfred Halm, with Lya Mara, Friedrich Zelnik, Erich Kaiser-Titz,
1917: [] Die Bronzeschale (Art Director), Directed by Rudolf del Zopp, with Sybil Smolowa, Mogens Enger,
1917: [02.03] Es werde Licht! (Art Director), Directed by Richard Oswald, with Bernd Aldor, Hugo Flink, Ernst Ludwig,
1916: [04.07] Die Bettelprinzessin (Art Director), Directed by Hubert Moest, with Hedda Vernon, , Hermann Seldeneck,

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