Robert A. Stemmle

Director, Author - Germany
Born June 10, 1903 in Magdeburg
Died February 24, 1973 in Baden-Baden

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Robert A. Stemmle was born on June 10, 1903 in Magdeburg. He was a German Director, Author, known for Gestehen Sie, Dr. Corda! (1958), Quax, der Bruchpilot (1941), Du darfst nicht länger schweigen (1955), Robert A. Stemmle's first movie on record is from 1932. Robert A. Stemmle died on February 24, 1973 in Baden-Baden. His last motion picture on file dates from 1966.

Robert A. Stemmle Filmography [Auszug]
1966: [] Kubinke (Director), with Ernst Jacobi, Gisela Fritsch, ,
1965: [. .] Die Pyramide des Sonnengottes (Scenario), Directed by Robert Siodmak, with Lex Barker, Gustavo Rojo, Alessandra Panaro,
1964: [////] Der Schatz der Azteken (Mercenaries of the Rio Grande, The Treasure of the Azteks) (Scenario), Directed by Robert Siodmak, with Lex Barker, Gustavo Rojo, Alessandra Panaro,
1964: [/ /1] Das Ungeheuer von London City (Scenario), Directed by Edwin Zbonek, with Hansjörg Felmy, Marianne Koch, Hans Nielsen,
1964: [04.30] Old Shatterhand (Scenario), Directed by Hugo Fregonese, with Lex Barker, Pierre Brice, Daliah Lavi,
1964: [04.30] Die Gruft mit dem Rätselschloss (Scenario), Directed by Franz Josef Gottlieb, with Harry Wüstenhagen, Siegfried Schürenberg, Kurt Pieritz,
1962: [/ /1] Jeder stirbt für sich allein (Scenario), Directed by Falk Harnack, with Friedrich Schoenfelder,
1962: [] Affäre Blum (Director), with Paul Dahlke,
1961: [11/10] Die seltsame Gräfin (The Strange Countess) (Scenario), Directed by Jürgen Roland, Josef von Baky, with Joachim Fuchsberger, Brigitte Grothum, Lil Dagover,
1960: [07.22] Mein Schulfreund (Nella morsa della SS) (Scenario), Directed by Robert Siodmak, with Mario Adorf, , ,
1960: [/ /1] Der letzte Zeuge (The last Witness) (Scenario), Directed by Wolfgang Staudte, with Jürgen Goslar, Martin Held, Harald Juhnke,
1959: [/ /1] Eine unvollkommene Ehe (Director), with Johannes Heesters, Johanna Matz, Dietmar Schönherr,
1959: [] Jons und Erdme (Scenario), Directed by Victor Vicas, with Giulietta Masina, Carl Raddatz, Karin Baal,
1958: [] Gestehen Sie, Dr. Corda! (Scenario), Directed by Josef von Baky, with Hardy Krüger, Marianne Prenzel, ,
1958: [] Majestät auf Abwegen (Director), with Christiane Pauli, Fita Benkhoff, Chariklia Baxevanos,
1957: [/ /1] Und die Liebe lacht dazu (Director), with Paul Hörbiger, Gustav Knuth, Eva Probst,
1957: [/ /1] Es wird alles wieder gut (Scenario), Directed by Géza von Bolváry, with Claus Biederstaedt, Bernhard Wicki, Nadja Regin,
1956: [/ /1] Die ganze Welt singt nur Amore (Director), with Peter Mosbacher, Jon Otnes, Rudolf Platte,
1955: [11.18] Die Försterbuben (Director), with Hermann Erhardt, Kurt Heintel, Erich Auer,
1955: [09.01] Ein Herz voll Musik (Director), with Fita Benkhoff, Paul Bildt, Boy Gobert,
1955: [/ /1] Du darfst nicht länger schweigen (Director), with Heidemarie Hatheyer, Piet Clausen, Ingrid Andree,
1954: [07.14] Wenn du noch eine Mutter hast (Director), with Liselotte Maikl, Olive Moorefield, Maria Eis,
1954: [/ /1] Emil und die Detektive (Director), with Peter Finkbeiner, Heli Finkenzeller, Margarete Haagen,
1953: [01.21] Das ideale Brautpaar (Director), with Albert Bessler, Peter Mosbacher, Lucie Mannheim,
1953: [/ /1] Südliche Nächte (Director), with Germaine Damar, Walter Giller, Waltraut Haas,
1952: [/ /1] Heimweh nach Dir (Director), with Martin Held, Margot Hielscher, Wolfgang Lukschy,
1951: [/ /1] Sündige Grenze (Director), with Dieter Borsche, Inge Egger, Julia Fjörsen,
1950: [09.29] Epilog (Epilogue) (Scenario), Directed by Helmut Käutner, with Ilse Werner, Reinhard Kolldehoff, Helmut Käutner,
1949: [] Der Biberpelz (Scenario), Directed by Erich Engel, with Herbert Wilk, Werner Peters, Berta Monnard,
1949: [] Die Kuckucks (Scenario), Directed by Hans Deppe, with Günther Güssefeldt, Ina Halley, Carsta Löck,
1948: [/ /1] Affaire Blum (Affäre Blum) (Scenario), Directed by Erich Engel, with Reinhard Kolldehoff, Hugo Kalthoff, Herbert Hübner,
1948: [] Berliner Ballade (The Berliner) (Director), with Gert Fröbe, Tatjana Sais, Ute Sielisch,
1945: [] Meine Herren Söhne (Director), with Roma Bahn, Hans Neie, Lutz Moik,
1944: [] Der Millionär (Director), with Hans Holt, Annie Rosar, Hans Moser,
1944: [] Geld ins Haus (Director), with Theodor Loos, Gabriele Reismüller,
1943: [02.14] Herr Sanders lebt gefährlich (Director), with Paul Verhoeven, Franz Schafheitlin, Emil Hess,
1941: [12.16] Quax, der Bruchpilot (Il pilota rompitutto) (Scenario), Directed by Kurt Hoffmann, with , José Held, Manfred Heidmann,
1941: [] Jungens (Director), with Albert Hehn, Hilde Sessak, ,
1941: [] Das grosse Spiel (Director), with Gerta Böttcher, Wolfgang Staudte, ,
1940: [] Donauschiffer (Director), with Hilde Krahl, Attila Hörbiger, Pál Jávor,
1940: [/ /1] Golowin geht durch die Stadt (Director), with Boris Alekin, Leo Slezak, Roma Bahn,
1939: [] Mann für Mann (Director), with Gustav Knuth, , Viktoria von Ballasko,
1938: [] Am seidenen Faden (Director), with , Brunhilde Födisch, Robert Forsch,
1938: [] Kleiner Mann - ganz gross! (Director), with Victor De Kowa, Gusti Huber, Paul Hoffmann,
1937: [01.04] Das Geheimnis um Betty Bonn (Director), with Maria Andergast, Louis Brody, Theodor Loos,
1937: [07.15] Der Mann, der Sherlock Holmes war (Scenario), Directed by Karl Hartl, with Hans Albers, Marieluise Claudius, Hansi Knoteck,
1937: [/ /1] Daphne und der Diplomat (Director), with Paul Dahlke, Karin Hardt, Gerda Maurus,
1937: [] Gleisdreieck (Director), with Kurt Keller-Nebri, Wolfgang Staudte, Betty Waid,
1936: [09.18] Glückskinder (Lucky Kids) (Scenario), Directed by Paul Martin, with Lilian Harvey, Willy Fritsch, Paul Kemp,
1935: [10.17] Ich war Jack Mortimer (Scenario), Directed by Carl Froelich, with Adolf Wohlbrück, Eugen Klöpfer, Hilde Hildebrand,
1935: [03.01] Der Raub der Sabinerinnen (Director), with Lucie Höflich, Rolf Müller, Max Gülstorff,
1934: [01.14] Oberwachtmeister Schwenke (Scenario), Directed by Carl Froelich, with Walter Steinbeck, Herbert Gernot, Claire Fuchs,
1934: [09.09] Heinz im Mond (Director), with Alexa von Porembsky, Oskar Sima, Heinz Rühmann,
1934: [/ /1] Charley's Tante (Director), with Fita Benkhoff, Carola Höhn, Paul Kemp,
1934: [] Glückspilze (Director), with Hella Tornegg, Walter Bluhm,
1934: [02.13] So ein Flegel (Director), with Rudolf Klicks, , Oskar Sima,
1933: [] Reifende Jugend (Reifeprüfung) (Scenario), Directed by Carl Froelich, with Marieluise Claudius, Peter Voss, Hertha Thiele,
1933: [03.19] Es tut sich was um Mitternacht (Director), with Leopoldine Konstantin, Dolly Haas, Karl Ludwig Schreiber,
1932: [12.23] Die unsichtbare Front - Ein U-Boot Spionage-Film (Scenario), Directed by Richard Eichberg, with Ida Wüst, Paul Hörbiger, Veit Harlan,
1932: [/ /1] Der Rebell (Scenario), Directed by Curtis Bernhardt, Luis Trenker, with Vilma Banky, Victor Varconi, ,

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