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Peter Francke
German screenwriter

Peter Francke

Peter Francke
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Intro German screenwriter
Was Screenwriter Author Writer
From Germany
Field Film, TV, Stage & Radio Literature
Gender male
Birth 4 February 1897, Berlin, Germany
Death 1 January 1978, Munich, Upper Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany (aged 80 years)
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Peter Francke (1897-1978) was a German screenwriter. He wrote the screenplay for The Girl from Barnhelm (1940), an adaptation of a play by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing.

Selected filmography

  • Happy Days in Aranjuez (1933)
  • The Monastery's Hunter (1935)
  • City of Anatol (1936)
  • Wells in Flames (1937)
  • Comrades at Sea (1938)
  • A Woman Like You (1939)
  • The Girl from Barnhelm (1940)
  • Beloved World (1942)
  • I Need You (1944)
  • Toxi (1952)
  • Holidays From Me (1952)
  • Stars Over Colombo (1953)
  • The Country Schoolmaster (1954)
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