Heinrich Lautensack was born on July 15, 1881 in Vilshofen, Bayern. He was a German Author, known for Zweimal gelebt (1912), Die Pfarrhauskomödie (1971), Entsagungen (1913), Heinrich Lautensack's first movie on record is from 1912. Heinrich Lautensack died on January 10, 1919 in Eberswalde, Brandenburg. His last motion picture on file dates from 1971.
Heinrich Lautensack Filmography [Auszug]
1971: [/ /1] Die Pfarrhauskomödie (Scenario), Directed by Veit Relin, with Thomas Fritsch, Hugo Lindinger, Veit Relin,
1917: [00.00] Unheilbar (Scenario), Directed by Emmerich Hanus, with Martha Novelly, , ,
1916: [12.08] Die Stricknadeln (Scenario), Directed by Hubert Moest, Otto Rippert, with Erich Kaiser-Titz, Käte Haack, Olga Engl,
1916:  Mutter und Kind (Scenario), Directed by Hans Oberländer, with Joseph Klein, Eva Speyer, Victor Senger,
1916:  Der verkaufte Schlaf (Scenario), Directed by Walter Schmidthässler, with Joseph Klein, Olga Engl, Rolf Brunner,
1913: [07.00] Entsagungen (Scenario), Directed by Joe May, with Theodor Burghardt, Eva Speyer,
1913: [05.20] Das Ist der Krieg (Scenario), Directed by Max Obal, with Anton Ernst Rückert,
1912:  Zweimal gelebt (Scenario), Directed by Max Mack, with Anton Ernst Rückert, Eva Speyer,
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