Werner Schlichting

Art Director, Director of Photography - Germany
Born June 27, 1904 in Berlin
Died March 8, 1996 in Oberalm, Salzburg, Austria

Werner Schlichting was born on June 27, 1904 in Berlin. He was a German Art Director, Director of Photography, known for Wien, du Stadt meiner Träume (1957), Die heimliche Gräfin (1942), Ein Leben lang (1940), Werner Schlichting's first movie on record is from 1927. Werner Schlichting died on March 8, 1996 in Oberalm, Salzburg, Austria. His last motion picture on file dates from 1957.

Werner Schlichting Filmography [Auszug]
1957: [12.19] Wien, du Stadt meiner Träume (Art Director), Directed by Willi Forst, with Hans Holt, Erika Remberg, Adrian Hoven,
1956: [] Kaiserjäger (Art Director), Directed by Willi Forst, with Rudolf Forster, Judith Holzmeister, Senta Wengraf,
1955: [] Kronprinz Rudolfs letzte Liebe (Art Director), Directed by Rudolf Jugert, with , Winnie Markus, Josef Kahlenberg,
1954: [] Dieses Lied bleibt bei Dir (Art Director), Directed by Willi Forst, with Paul Henreid, Eva Kerbler, Fritz Schulz,
1952: [11.14] Heidi (Art Department), Directed by Luigi Comencini, with Elsbeth Sigmund, Heinrich Gretler, Thomas Klameth,
1952: [] Die Venus vom Tivoli (Art Director), Directed by Leonard Steckel, with Rudolf Bernhard, Walburga Gmür, Heinrich Gretler,
1949: [] Geheimnisvolle Tiefe (Mysterious Shadows) (Art Director), Directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst, with Paul Hubschmid, Ilse Werner, Stefan Skodler,
1948: [] Die Vier im Jeep (Art Director), Directed by Leopold Lindtberg, with Viveca Lindfors, Ralph Meeker, ,
1947: [/ /1] Die Welt dreht sich verkehrt (Art Director), Directed by Johannes Alexander Hübler-Kahla, with Carl Bosse, , Karl Skraup,
1943: [02.16] Späte Liebe (Late Love) (Art Director), Directed by Gustav Ucicky, with , Attila Hörbiger, Inge List,
1942: [08.27] Die heimliche Gräfin (The Secret Countess) (Art Director), Directed by Géza von Bolváry, with Marte Harell, Wolf Albach-Retty, Elfriede Datzig,
1942: [04.02] Wiener Blut (Art Director), Directed by Willi Forst, with Willy Fritsch, Maria Holst, Hans Moser,
1940: [/ /1] Ein Leben lang (Art Director), Directed by Gustav Ucicky, with Hugo Gottschlich, Alfred Neugebauer, Annie Rosar,
1936: [] Burgtheater (Burg Theatre) (Art Director), Directed by Willi Forst, with Werner Krauss, Hortense Raky, Olga Tschechowa,
1934: [10/18] So endete eine Liebe (End of an Affair, So Ended a Great Love) (Art Director), Directed by Karl Hartl, with , Willi Forst, Gustaf Gründgens,
1933: [09.15] Tout pour l'amour (Art Director), Directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot, Joe May, with Jan Kiepura, , Gregor Rabinovitch,
1932: [02.19] 2 Herzen und ein Schlag (Art Director), Directed by Wilhelm Thiele, with Lilian Harvey, Wolf Albach-Retty, Kurt Lilien,
1931: [12.22] Ronny (Art Director), Directed by Reinhold Schünzel, with Käthe von Nagy, Willy Fritsch, Otto Wallburg,
1931: [07.27] Nie wieder Liebe (Art Director), Directed by Anatole Litvak, with Lilian Harvey, Harry Liedtke, Felix Bressart,
1929: [09.30] Wer wird denn weinen, wenn man auseinandergeht? (Art Director), Directed by Richard Eichberg, with , S.Z. Sakall, Else Reval,
1928: [04.10] Grosstadtschmetterling (Asphaltschmetterling (Working title)) (Art Director), Directed by Richard Eichberg, with E.F. Bostwick, Tilla Garden, Alexander Granach,
1928: [12.20] Rutschbahn (Luna Park, The Whirl of Life) (Art Director), Directed by Richard Eichberg, with Heinrich George, Harry Hardt, Arnold Hasenclever,
1927: [02.16] Luther (Art Director), Directed by Hans Kyser, with Harry Lamberts-Paulsen, Arnold Korff, Eugen Klöpfer,

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