Guido Seeber

Director of Photography - Germany
Born June 22, 1879 in Chemnitz
Died July 2, 1940 in Berlin

Mini-Biography:
Guido Seeber was born on June 22, 1879 in Chemnitz. He was a German Director of Photography, known for Das wandernde Bild (1920), Bedingung: Kein Anhang (1914), Die freudlose Gasse (1925), Guido Seeber's first movie on record is from 1908. Guido Seeber died on July 2, 1940 in Berlin. His last motion picture on file dates from 1934.
Biographical Notes in German: Eigentlich Conrad-Guido Seeber, Sohn des Photographen Clemens Seeber, auch Trickfilmtechniker. Nach abgeschlossener Photographenlehre wird er sachlicher Leiter der Prüfungsstelle für Kino-Rohfilme der Fabrik von Dr. Schleussner in Frankfurt am Main. 1908-12 technischer Betriebsleiter der Deutschen Bioscop-Gesellschaft, aus der später die UFA hervorgeht. Als Kameramann seit 1911.
Gehört neben Fritz Arno Wagner, Karl Freund und Carl Hoffmann zu den bedeutendsten Kameramännern des deutschen Stummfilms. Bekannt geworden sind vor allem seine Arbeiten für Paul Wegener, Lupu Pick und G.W. Pabst.

Guido Seeber Filmography [Auszug]
1934: [01.24] Nur nicht weich werden, Susanne ! (Director of Photography), Directed by Arsen von Cserépy, with , Karl Harbacher, Aribert Grimmer,
1933: [/ /1] Die vom Niederrhein (Director of Photography), Directed by Max Obal, with Fritz Kampers, Albert Lieven, Erna Morena,
1932: [08.17] Zwei glückliche Tage (Director of Photography), Directed by Rudolf Walther-Fein, with Jakob Tiedtke, Ida Wüst, Claire Rommer,
1932: [] Aafa Kunterbunt III (Director of Photography), Directed by Max Mack,
1931: [10.16] Reserve hat Ruh' (Director of Photography), Directed by Max Obal, with Fritz Kampers, Paul Hörbiger, Senta Söneland,
1930: [10.24] Die lustigen Musikanten (Director of Photography), Directed by Max Obal, with Gerhard Dammann, , ,
1930: [/ /1] Fundvogel (Visual Effects), Directed by Wolfgang Hoffmann-Harnisch, with Camilla Horn, Elizza La Porta, Franz Lederer,
1930: [01.16] Kasernenzauber (Director of Photography), Directed by Carl Boese, with , Oskar Sima, Fritz Schulz,
1930: [] Grosstadtpiraten (Director of Photography), Directed by Hans Schönlank, with Elizza La Porta, Clifford McLaglen,
1929: [04.19] Das närrische Glück (Director of Photography), Directed by Rudolf Walther-Fein, with Johannes Guter, Margarete Kupfer, Irene Krauss,
1928: [10.16] Das Spiel mit der Liebe (Harry und die Hochstaplerin) (Director of Photography), Directed by Victor Janson, with Victor Janson, Harry Liedtke, Hilda Rosch,
1928: [11.16] Der moderne Casanova (Director of Photography), Directed by Max Obal, Rudolf Walther-Fein, with Harry Liedtke, Maria Corda, Ernst Verebes,
1928: [09..2] Mein Freund Harry (Director of Photography), Directed by Max Obal, with Harry Liedtke, Maria Paudler, Otto Wallburg,
1928: [/ /1] Dragonerliebchen (Director of Photography), Directed by Rudolf Walther Fein, with Hans Junkermann, Fritz Kampers, Harry Liedtke,
1928: [] Liebe im Schnee (Director of Photography), Directed by Max Obal, with Maria Paudler, Livio Cesare Pavanelli, Georg Alexander,
1927: [11/09] Wochenendzauber (Week-End) (Director of Photography), Directed by Rudolf Walther-Fein, with Harry Liedtke, Gustav Rickelt, Maria Paudler,
1927: [] Dirnentragödie (Director of Photography), Directed by Bruno Rahn, with Oskar Homolka, Clarissa Jennings, Hilde Jennings,
1927: [/ /1] Liebesreigen (Director of Photography), Directed by Rudolf Dworsky, Rudolf Walther-Fein, with Marcella Albani, Wilhelm Dieterle, Claire Rommer,
1926: [04.23] Geheimnisse einer Seele (Secrets of a Soul) (Director of Photography), Directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst, with Ilka Grüning, Werner Krauss, Polikarp Pavlov,
1926: [01.00] Schenk' mir das Leben (Director of Photography), Directed by Klaus Fery, with Grete Reinwald, , ,
1925: [09.10] Die vom Niederrhein (Director of Photography), Directed by Rudolf Walther-Fein, Rudolf Dworsky, with Albert Steinrück, Erna Morena, Ernst Hofmann,
1925: [/ /1] Die freudlose Gasse (Street of Sorrow, The Joyless Street) (Director of Photography), Directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst, with Einar Hanson, Max Kohlhase, Ilka Grüning,
1924: [10.20] Garragan (Director of Photography), Directed by Ludwig Wolff, with Julanne Johnston, Fritz Russ, Heinrich Peer,
1924: [/ /1] Ein Sommernachtstraum (A Midsummer Night's Dream, Wood Love) (Director of Photography), Directed by Hans Neumann, with Theodor Becker, Paul Günther, Charlotte Ander,
1924: [] Gräfin Donelli (Director of Photography), Directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst, with Lantelme Dürer, Paul Hansen, Friedrich Kayssler,
1923: [01.03] Sylvester (Director of Photography), Directed by Lupu Pick, with Eugen Klöpfer, Edith Posca, Frida Richard,
1923: [08/23] Wilhelm Tell (Director of Photography), Directed by Rudolf Dworsky, Rudolf Walther-Fein, with Hans Marr, Conrad Veidt, Eduard von Winterstein,
1923: [05.23] Adam und Eva (Adam and Eve) (Director of Photography), Directed by Rudolf Biebrach, Friedrich Porges, with Dagny Servaes, Rudolf Forster, Werner Krauss,
1923: [03.19] Fridericus Rex - Teil 4: Schicksalswende (Director of Photography), Directed by Arsen von Cserépy, with Otto Gebühr, Lothar Müthel, Eduard von Winterstein,
1922: [03.19] Fridericus Rex - Teil 3: Sanssouci (Director of Photography), Directed by Arsen von Cserépy, with Otto Gebühr, Erna Morena, Gertrud de Lalsky,
1922: [02.02] Alt Heidelberg (Director of Photography), Directed by Hans Behrendt, Rudolf Biebrach, with Eugen Burg, Victor Colani, Paul Hartmann,
1922: [01.31] Fridericus Rex - Teil 2, Vater und Sohn (Director of Photography), Directed by Arsen von Cserépy, with Otto Gebühr, Albert Steinrück, Gertrud de Lalsky,
1921: [01.31] Fridericus Rex - Teil 1, Sturm und Drang (Director of Photography), Directed by Arsen von Cserépy, with Otto Gebühr, Albert Steinrück, Gertrud de Lalsky,
1921: [/ /1] Trick-Track (Director of Photography), Directed by Emil Albes, with Charlotte Ander, Henry Bender, Bernhard Bötel,
1921: [01.04] Tobias Buntschuh (Director of Photography), Directed by Holger-Madsen, Joe May, with Fritz Beckmann, Paul Bildt, Alice Hechy,
1920: [12.05] Hochstapler (Director of Photography), Directed by Werner Funck, with Werner Funck, Paul Hartmann, Albert Patry,
1920: [12.25] Das wandernde Bild (Director of Photography), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Mia May, Hans Marr, Rudolf Klein-Rogge,
1920: [10.29] Der Golem, wie er in die Welt kam (Director of Photography), Directed by Carl Boese, Paul Wegener, with Paul Wegener, Albert Steinrück, Lyda Salmonova,
1919: [] Alraune und der Golem (Director of Photography), Directed by Nils Chrisander, with Uschi Elleot, Ilse Wilke,
1918: [12.00] Der Rattenfänger von Hameln (Director of Photography: ??), Directed by Paul Wegener, Rochus Gliese, with Wilhelm Diegelmann, Elsa Wagner, Lyda Salmonova,
1918: [] Der fliegende Holländer (Director of Photography), Directed by Hans Neumann, with Guido Schützendorf, Olga Desmond, ,
1915: [03.24] Vordertreppe und Hintertreppe (Front Stairs and Back Stairs) (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Asta Nielsen, Paul Otto, Fred Immler,
1914: [01.15] Der Golem (Monster of Fate) (Director of Photography), Directed by Henrik Galeen, Paul Wegener, with Paul Wegener, Lyda Salmonova, Henrik Galeen,
1914: [] Das Haus ohne Tür (Director of Photography), Directed by Stellan Rye, with Vladimir Maksimov, Theodor Loos, ,
1914: [06.01] Erlkönigs Tochter (Director of Photography), Directed by Stellan Rye, with Grete Wiesenthal, Carl Ebert, Grete Berger,
1914: [03.30] Berliner unter sich (Director),
1914: [] Bedingung: Kein Anhang (Director of Photography), Directed by Stellan Rye, with , Albert Paulig, Emil Albes,
1913: [03.13] Engeleins Hochzeit (Den lille Engels bryllup) (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Asta Nielsen, Max Landa, Hanns Kräly,
1913: [01.13] Kadra Sâfa (Director of Photography), Directed by Stellan Rye, with Grete Wiesenthal, Jean Ducret, ,
1913: [] Die goldene Fliege (Director of Photography), Directed by Stellan Rye, with Hugo Flink, Grete Wiesenthal, Rudolf Klein-Rohden,
1913: [] Der Verführte (Director of Photography), Directed by Max Obal, Stellan Rye, with Lyda Salmonova, Grete Berger, Paul Wegener,
1913: [02.21] Evinrude (Director of Photography), Directed by Stellan Rye, Rochus Gliese, with Paul Wegener, Grete Berger, Hans Mierendorff,
1913: [02.28] Die Sünden der Väter (Regina, The Devil's Assistant) (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Asta Nielsen, Emil Albes, Hermann Seldeneck,
1913: [01.03] Engelein (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Asta Nielsen, Alfred Kuehne, Max Landa,
1913: [12.06] Die Filmprimadonna (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Asta Nielsen, Paul Otto, ,
1913: [09.01] Die Augen des Ole Brandis (Old Brandis' Eyes) (Director of Photography), Directed by Stellan Rye, Paul Wegener, with Alexander Moissi, Grete Berger, Lothar Körner,
1913: [03.15] Ein Sommernachtstraum in unserer Zeit (Director of Photography), Directed by Stellan Rye, with Carl Clewing, Grete Berger, ,
1913: [08.22] Der Student von Prag (The Student of Prague) (Director of Photography), Directed by Stellan Rye, Hanns Heinz Ewers, with Paul Wegener, John Gottowt, Grete Berger,
1913: [/ /1] Der Streichholzkünstler (Director),
1913: [03.26] Der Tod in Sevilla (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Frau Alquaretz, Gayetano Alvarez, Herr Bird,
1913: [03.01] Jugend und Tollheit (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Asta Nielsen, Hans Mierendorff, ,
1913: [12.09] Die Suffragette (The Militant Suffragette) (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Asta Nielsen, Max Landa, Mary Scheller,
1912: [01.31] Komödianten (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Karl Beckersachs, Asta Nielsen, Thea Sandten,
1912: [02.03] Die Macht des Goldes (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Asta Nielsen, Paula Helmert, Hans Burk,
1912: [03.02] Die arme Jenny (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Asta Nielsen, Leo Peukert, ,
1912: [05.10] Die Kinder des Generals (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Max Laurence, Asta Nielsen, Gusti Gude,
1912: [07.09] Der Totentanz (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Oskar Fuchs, Asta Nielsen, ,
1912: [11.29] Das Mädchen ohne Vaterland (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Asta Nielsen, Paul Meffert, Max Wogritsch,
1912: [09.21] Das Geheimnis von Monte Carlo (Director of Photography: Monte Carlo), Directed by Emil Albes, with Emil Albes, Hugo Flink, Rudolf Lettinger,
1912: [08.31] Va banque (Director of Photography), Directed by Emil Albes, with Emil Albes, Hugo Flink, ,
1912: [11.01] Wenn die Maske fällt (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Asta Nielsen, , Gusti Gude,
1912: [04.13] Zu Tode gehetzt (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Emil Albes, Paul Bildt, Asta Nielsen,
1911: [11.11] Der fremde Vogel (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Asta Nielsen, Hans Mierendorff, Carl Clewing,
1911: [/ /1] Der Sieg des Hosenrocks (Director of Photography), Directed by Max Obal, with Max Obal, Helene Voss,
1911: [04.17] Heisses Blut (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Asta Nielsen, Georg Schrader, Leo Peukert,
1911: [01.20] Die Verräterin (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Asta Nielsen, Max Obal, ,
1911: [08.28] In dem grossen Augenblick (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Max Obal, , Hugo Flink,
1911: [10.08] Zigeunerblut (Gypsy Blood) (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Hugo Flink, Mary Hagen, Emil Albes,
1911: [09.23] Sündige Liebe (Director of Photography), Directed by Emil Albes, with Paul Bildt, Hugo Flink, Ilse Oeser,
1911: [05.13] Nachtfalter (Director of Photography), Directed by Urban Gad, with Asta Nielsen, , Emil Albes,
1911: [06.05] Das verkehrte Berlin (Director of Photography),
1910: [08.20] Schuld und Sühne (Director of Photography), Directed by N. N., with Paul Bildt, Henny Porten,
1910: [12.03] Räuberhauptmann Nulpe (Director of Photography), Directed by Gebhard Schätzler-Perasini,
1910: [/ /1] Gräfin Ankarström (Director of Photography), Directed by Gebhard Schätzler-Perasini, with Paul Bildt, Ludwig Colani,
1910: [/ /1] Militärische Disziplin. Eine satirische Groteske (Director of Photography), Directed by N. N.,
1910: [/ /1] Mensch, bezahle deine Schulden (Director of Photography), Directed by Emil Albes, with Emil Albes,
1910: [/ /1] Das Mädchen mit den Schwefelhölzern (Director of Photography), Directed by Gebhard Schätzler-Perasini,
1910: [] Wem gehört das Kind? (Director of Photography), Directed by Gebhard Schätzler-Perasini, with Rosa Porten,
1909: [/ /1] Die geheimnisvolle Streichholzdose (Director: Trickgestaltung),
1909: [/ /1] Zeppelin III in Berlin (Director of Photography),
1909: [12.31] Prosit Neujahr 1910! (Director),
1909: [/ /1] Weihnachtsglück (Director of Photography),
1909: [/ /1] Der Schönheitsabend (Director of Photography), with Olga Desmond,
1909: [/ /1] Die Flugmaschine der Gebrüder Wright... (Director of Photography),
1908: [] Sumurun (Director of Photography), Directed by Max Reinhardt, with Bertha Wiesenthal, Victor Arnold,

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