Gerhard Lamprecht

Gerhard Lamprecht

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  • Birthday: Oct 6, 1897
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  • As a director, German filmmaker Gerhard Lamprecht is best remembered for his 1931 adaptation of a popular story by Erich Kiistner, Emil and the Detectives. In 1937 he also directed a well-regarded version of Madame Bovary. Lamprecht started out in 1914 as a screenwriter and became a director in the early '20s. Perhaps because he did not make expressionist films back then, his films never garnered much attention outside of Germany. Lamprecht did make an impressive contribution to German cinema when he compiled an exhaustive catalog of German silent film titled Deutsche Stummfilme 1903-1931. He has also donated a vast amount of private collected material from German cinema's beginning to the Kinemathek archives.








No Score Yet Ein seltsamer Gast (A Strange Guest) Director 2014
No Score Yet Die Unehelichen (Children of No Importance) Director Screenwriter 2014
No Score Yet Die Brüder Noltenius Director 2014
No Score Yet Diesel Screenwriter Director 2013
No Score Yet Ein gewisser Herr Gran (A Certain Mr. Gran) Director 2013
No Score Yet Menschen Untereinander Producer Director Screenwriter 2013
No Score Yet Einmal eine große Dame sein Director 2013
No Score Yet Die Geliebte Director 2013
No Score Yet Frau im Strom Director 2012
No Score Yet Einer zuviel an Bord (One Too Many on Board) Director 2011
No Score Yet Der schwarze Husar Director 2011
No Score Yet Irgendwo in Berlin (Somewhere in Berlin) Screenwriter Director 1949
No Score Yet Clarissa Director 1941
No Score Yet Barcarole Director 1935
No Score Yet Herthas Erwachen Director 1933
No Score Yet Emil und die Detektive (Emil and the Detectives) Director 1931
No Score Yet Unter der Laterne (Under the Lantern) Director Screenwriter 1928


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