Géza von Bolváry

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Director - Germany
Born December 26, 1897 in Budapest
Died August 10, 1961 in Rosenheim

Mini-Biography:
Géza von Bolváry was born on December 26, 1897 in Budapest. He was a German Director, known for Abschiedswalzer (1934), Der Unwiderstehliche (1937), Was die Schwalbe sang (1958), Géza von Bolváry's first movie on record is from 1921. Géza von Bolváry died on August 10, 1961 in Rosenheim. His last motion picture on file dates from 1958.

Géza von Bolváry Filmography [Auszug]
1958: [/ /1] Was die Schwalbe sang (Director), with Claus Biederstaedt, Paul Hörbiger, Gunnar Möller,
1958: [] Hoch klingt der Radetzkymarsch (Director), with Boy Gobert, Walther Reyer, Johanna Matz,
1958: [/ /1] Ein Lied geht durch die Welt (The Joseph-Schmidt-Story) (Director), with Karl Lieffen, Theo Lingen, Hans Reiser,
1958: [/ /1] Ein Lied geht um die Welt (Director), with Jaspar von Oertzen, Ruth Stephan, Sabine Sesselmann,
1958: [] Schwarzwälder Kirsch (Director), with Marianne Hold, Dietmar Schönherr, Boy Gobert,
1958: [03.06] Das gab's nur einmal (Director), with Hans Albers, Helga Martin, Stanislav Ledinek,
1957: [] Zwei Herzen im Mai (Two Hearts in May) (Director), with Kristina Söderbaum, Dieter Borsche, Walter Giller,
1957: [/ /1] Hoch droben auf dem Berg (Director), with Lucie Englisch, Gardy Granass, Margot Hielscher,
1957: [/ /1] Es wird alles wieder gut (Director), with Claus Biederstaedt, Bernhard Wicki, Nadja Regin,
1957: [] Schön ist die Welt (Director), with Rudolf Schock, Renate Holm, Mady Rahl,
1956: [] Schwarzwald-Melodie (Director), with Carl Wery, Claus Biederstaedt, Gardy Granass,
1956: [] Das Donkosakenlied (Director), with Claus Biederstaedt, Sabine Bethmann, Paul Hörbiger,
1955: [/ /1] Ja, ja, die Liebe in Tirol (Love in Tirol) (Director), with Carla Hagen, Gerhard Riedmann, Gunther Philipp,
1955: [] Ein Herz bleibt allein (Director), with Grethe Weiser, Doris Kirchner, Asgarda Hummel,
1953: [/ /1] Einmal kehr ich wieder (Dalmatinska Svadba) (Director), with Paul Dahlke, Heinz Drache,
1952: [09.25] Fritz und Friederike (Director), with Otto Gebühr, Margarete Haagen, Albert Lieven,
1952: [] Meine Frau macht Dummheiten (Director), with Inge Egger, Hans Holt, Marina Ried,
1951: [/ /1] Schwarze Augen (Director), with Cornell Borchers, Angelika Hauff, Martin Held,
1949: [/ /1] Wer bist du, den ich liebe ? (Director), with Gisela Fackeldey, Adrian Hoven, Walter Janssen,
1945: [] Die Fledermaus (Director), with Johannes Heesters, Marte Harell, Dorit Kreysler,
1945: [/ /1] Die tolle Susanne (Director), with Siegfried Breuer, Marte Harell, Jakob Tiedtke,
1944: [] Schrammeln (Director), with Inge Egger, Marte Harell, Hans Holt,
1943: [/ /1] Ein Mann mit Grundsätzen (Director), with Ernst Waldow, Hans Söhnker, Rudolf Schündler,
1943: [06.23] Der dunkle Tag (Director), with Hans Zesch-Ballot, Fritz Reiff, Rolf Pinegger,
1942: [08.27] Die heimliche Gräfin (The Secret Countess) (Director), with Marte Harell, Wolf Albach-Retty, Elfriede Datzig,
1942: [] Schicksal (Director), with Heinrich George, Werner Hinz, Christian Kayssler,
1941: [/ /1] Dreimal Hochzeit (Director), with Hedwig Bleibtreu, Theodor Danegger, Willy Fritsch,
1940: [/ /1] Traummusik (Director), with Beniamino Gigli, Marte Harell, Werner Hinz,
1940: [/ /1] Rosen in Tirol (Baruffe d'amore) (Director), with Leo Slezak, Hans Moser, Theo Lingen,
1940: [] Wiener G'schichten (Director), with Marte Harell, Olly Holzmann, Paul Hörbiger,
1939: [12.22] Opernball (Director), with Paul Hörbiger, Marte Harell, Will Dohm,
1939: [12.14] Maria Ilona (Director), with Magnus Stifter, Vera Complojer, ,
1939: [] Zwischen Strom und Steppe (Director), with Attila Hörbiger, Heidemarie Hatheyer, Margit Symo,
1938: [02.11] Finale (The Restless Girls) (Director), with Käthe von Nagy, Elfriede Datzig, Hans Moser,
1937: [10.07] Zauber der Bohčme (Director), with Jan Kiepura, Mártha Eggerth, Paul Kemp,
1937: [/ /1] Der Unwiderstehliche (Director), with Trude Hesterberg, Anny Ondra, Mady Rahl,
1937: [/ /1] Premiere (Director), with Maria Bard, Hely Raschka, Ferdinand Mayerhofer,
1936: [12.23] Lumpacivagabundus (Director), with Heinz Rühmann, Liselotte Nekut, Ferdinand Maierhofer,
1936: [12.01] Ernte (Harvest) (Director), with , Attila Hörbiger, Artúr Somlay,
1936: [/ /1] Das Schloss in Flandern (Director), with Georg Alexander, , ,
1936: [/ /1] Das Mädchenpensionat (Director), with Erika von Thellmann, Norbert Roringer, Ferdinand Mayerhofer,
1935: [08.26] Stradivari (Director), with , Sybille Schmitz, Harald Paulsen,
1935: [/ /1] Winternachtstraum (Director), with Wolf Albach-Retty, Theo Lingen, Hans Moser,
1935: [] Frühjahrsparade (Tavoszi parádé) (Director), Directed by Josef von Baky, with Wolf Albach-Retty, Adele Sandrock, Annie Rosar,
1935: [] Es flüstert die Liebe (Director), with Gustav Fröhlich, Hedwig Bleibtreu, Elma Bulla,
1934: [10.04] Abschiedswalzer (Director), with Gustav Waldau, Julia Serda, Margarete Schön,
1934: [/ /1] Ich kenn' Dich nicht und liebe Dich (Director), with Willi Forst, Trude Haefelin, Theo Lingen,
1934: [] Toi que j'adore (Director), Directed by Albert Valentin, with Jean Murat, Edwige Feuillčre,
1933: [10.03] Le Château de Ręve (Dodaj do ulubionych) (Director), with Danielle Darrieux,
1933: [/ /1] Ein Mann mit Herz (Director), with Gustav Fröhlich, Ali Ghito, Paul Kemp,
1933: [] Die Nacht der grossen Liebe (Director), with Jarmila Novotna, , Gustav Fröhlich,
1933: [] Das Schloss im Süden (Director), with Victor De Kowa, Liane Haid, ,
1933: [04.20] Was Frauen träumen (Director), with Nora Gregor, Gustav Fröhlich, Kurt Horwitz,
1932: [/ /1] Ein Lied, ein Kuss, ein Mädel (Director), with Mártha Eggerth, Gustav Fröhlich, Fritz Grünbaum,
1932: [/ /1] Ich will nicht wissen, wer du bist (Director), with S.Z. Sakall, , Adele Sandrock,
1931: [/ /1] Der Raub der Mona Lisa (The Theft of the Mona Lisa) (Director), with Alexander Granach, Rosa Valetti, Trude von Molo,
1931: [/ /1] Liebeskommando (Director), with Marcel Wittrisch, Livio Cesare Pavanelli, Fritz Odemar,
1931: [03/06] Die lustigen Weiber von Wien (Director), with Alexandra Molino, Fritz Odemar, Elfriede Jara,
1930: [01.08] Ein Tango für Dich (Director), with Willi Forst, Fee Malten, Paul Otto,
1930: [12.19] Der Herr auf Bestellung (Director), with Willi Forst, Paul Hörbiger, Trude Lieske,
1930: [10.07] Das Lied ist aus (Director), with Willi Forst, Hedwig Bleibtreu, Liane Haid,
1930: [/ /1] Delikatessen (Director), with Paul Hörbiger, Hans Junkermann, Harry Liedtke,
1930: [] Zwei Herzen im Dreivierteltakt (Director), with Walter Janssen, Willi Forst, Gretl Theimer,
1930: [] Der Erzieher meiner Tochter (Director), with Ernst Verebes,
1930: [] Petit officier... Adieu! (Director), with André Baugé, Liane Haid, Willi Forst,
1929: [/ /1] Der Würger (Director), with Carlyle Blackwell, Winter Hall, Gordon Harker,
1929: [/ /1] Vater und Sohn (Director), with Harry Liedtke, Rolf von Goth, Karl Huszar-Puffy,
1929: [] The Vagabond Queen (Director), with Betty Balfour, Glen Byam Shaw, ,
1928: [] Number 17 (Number seventeen) (Director), with Carl de Vogt, Lien Deyers, Fritz Greiner,
1928: [] Haus Nummer 17 (Director), with Carl de Vogt,
1928: [08.30] Der fesche Husar (Oberleutnant Noszty) (Director), with Fritz Alberti, Ernst Verebes, ,
1927: [01.26] Artisten (Director), with Teddy Bill, Carl von Barany, John Mylong,
1927: [10.29] Der Geisterzug (The Ghost Train) (Director), with Ilse Bois, Guy Newall, Louis Ralph,
1927: [09.22] Die Gefangene von Shanghai (Director), Directed by Augusto Genina, with Carmen Boni, Jack Trevor, Bernhard Goetzke,
1926: [07.28] Das deutsche Mutterherz (Director), with Margarete Kupfer, Ellen Kürty, Heinz Rühmann,
1926: [07.02] Die Fürstin der Riviera (Director), with Ellen Kürty, Julius Meszaros, Hans Junkermann,
1925: [] Die Königsgrenadiere (Director), with Gida von Lazar, , ,
1925: [] Liebe der Bajadere (Director), with Julius Meszaros, Ellen Kürty, Carl von Barany,
1925: [07.15] Frauen, die nicht lieben dürfen (Director), with Olaf Fjord, Lotte Klinder, Ellen Kürty,
1924: [02.27] Der Hochstapler wider Willen Doppelgänger des Herrn Schnepfe (Director), with Ellen Kürty, Vladimir Gajdarov, Olga Gzovskaja,
1924: [10.10] Mädchen, die man nicht heiratet (Director), with , Hans Mierendorff, Walter Lantzsch,
1923: [] Wüstenrausch (Director),
1923: [] Der Weg zum Licht (Director), Directed by Kurt Rosen, with Hanni Reinwald, , Fritz Greiner,
1923: [] Mutterherz (Director), with , Georg Henrich, Fritz Greiner,
1921: [] Tavaszi szerelem (Director), with Vilma Banky, Norbert Dan, Emil Fenyvessy,

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