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Walter Schlee
German screenwriter

Walter Schlee

Walter Schlee
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Intro German screenwriter
Was Screenwriter
From Germany
Field Film, TV, Stage & Radio
Gender male
Birth 15 December 1894, Kępno, Gmina Kępno, Kępno County, Greater Poland Voivodeship
Death 9 February 1964, Lugano, Lugano District, Ticino, Switzerland (aged 69 years)
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Walter Schlee was a German screenwriter. The Jewish Schlee left German following the Nazi Party's takeover of 1933. He then worked in the Netherlands along with other exiles such as Max Ophuls.

Selected filmography

  • The Unfaithful Eckehart (1931)
  • Storm in a Water Glass (1931)
  • Wibbel the Tailor (1931)
  • The Testament of Cornelius Gulden (1932)
  • The Escape to Nice (1932)
  • A Night in Paradise (1932)
  • The Big Bluff (1933)
  • The Sandwich Girl (1933)
  • Marion, That's Not Nice (1933)
  • Een Zomerzotheid (1935)
  • Suikerfreule (1935)
  • Het Mysterie van de Mondscheinsonate (1936)
  • The Trouble With Money (1936)
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