Hans Kyser

Author, Director - Germany
Born July 23, 1882 in Graudenz
Died October 24, 1940 in Berlin

Hans Kyser was born on July 23, 1882 in Graudenz. He was a German Author, Director, known for Faust (1926), Helena, der Untergang Troias (1923), Grosstadtschmetterling (1928), Hans Kyser's first movie on record is from 1922. Hans Kyser died on October 24, 1940 in Berlin. His last motion picture on file dates from 1935.

Hans Kyser Filmography [Auszug]
1935: [/ /1] Der Student von Prag (Scenario), Directed by Arthur Robison, with Erich Fiedler, Edna Greyff, Theodor Loos,
1928: [04.10] Grosstadtschmetterling (Asphaltschmetterling (Working title)) (Based on ), Directed by Richard Eichberg, with E.F. Bostwick, Tilla Garden, Alexander Granach,
1927: [02.16] Luther (Director), with Harry Lamberts-Paulsen, Arnold Korff, Eugen Klöpfer,
1926: [10.14] Faust (Scenario), Directed by Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau, with Eric Barclay, Frida Richard, Hanna Ralph,
1924: [10.02] Arabella (Scenario), Directed by Karl Grune, with Alphons Fryland, Fritz Rasp, Jakob Tiedtke,
1923: [] Helena, der Untergang Troias (Queen of Sparta, Padeniye Troj, Helena, Part 1: The Abduction of Helen, Helena, Part II: The Ruin of Troy) (Scenario), Directed by Manfred Noa, with Edy Darclea, Vladimir Gajdarov, Albert Steinrück,
1922: [] Nathan der Weise (Scenario), Directed by Manfred Noa, with Carl de Vogt, Lia Eibenschütz, Fritz Greiner,

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