Fred Liewehr

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Actor - Austria
Born June 17, 1909 in Neutitschein, Mähren
Died July 20, 1993 in Vienna

Fred Liewehr was born on June 17, 1909 in Neutitschein, Mähren. He was an Austrian Actor, known for Der Engel mit der Posaune (1948), Professor Bernhardi (1962), Brüderlein fein (1942), Fred Liewehr's first movie on record is from 1935. Fred Liewehr died on July 20, 1993 in Wien. His last motion picture on file dates from 1976.

Fred Liewehr Filmography [Auszug]
1976: [/ /1] Der Muff (Cast), Directed by Karin Brandauer, with Gretl Elb, Elisabeth Epp,
1970: [10.10] Das Kamel geht durch das Nadelöhr (Cast: Herr Wilhelm), Directed by František Čáp, with Jane Tilden, Hans Thimig, Gertraud Jesserer,
1965: [/ /1] An der Donau, wenn der Wein blüht (Cast: Maurus Kraft, Priester), Directed by Géza von Cziffra, with Hansjörg Felmy, Ingeborg Schöner, ,
1962: [/ /1] Professor Bernhardi (Cast), Directed by Erich Neuberg, with Karl Ehmann, Peter Gerhard, Attila Hörbiger,
1958: [08.01] Im Prater blüh'n wieder die Bäume (Trees Are Blooming in Vienna) (Cast: Baron Lazi Köröshazi), Directed by Hans Wolff, with Johanna Matz, Gerhard Riedmann, Nina Sandt,
1951: [/ /1] Maria Theresia (Cast: Franz I.), Directed by Emil Edwin Reinert, with Rosa Albach-Retty, , Otto Tressler,
1950: [/ /1] Das Kind der Donau (Das Kind an der Donau, Marika) (Cast: Georg), Directed by Georg Jacoby, with , Erika Körner,
1948: [08.19] Der Engel mit der Posaune (The Angel with the Trumpet) (Cast: Kronprinz Rudolf), Directed by Karl Hartl, with , Helene Thimig, Hedwig Bleibtreu,
1948: [06.18] Leckerbissen (Cast), Directed by Werner Malbran, with , Joachim Gottschalk, Beniamino Gigli,
1945: [08.19] Wiener Mädeln (Young Girls of Vienna, Wiener Madeln) (Cast), Directed by Willi Forst, with Willi Forst, Anton Edthofer, Judith Holzmeister,
1943: [02.16] Späte Liebe (Late Love) (Cast: Von Pioletti), Directed by Gustav Ucicky, with , Attila Hörbiger, Inge List,
1942: [/ /1] Brüderlein fein (Cast), Directed by Hans Thimig, with Marte Harell, Hans Holt, Paul Hörbiger,
1942: [04.02] Wiener Blut (Cast: Kronprinz Ludwig von Bayern), Directed by Willi Forst, with Willy Fritsch, Maria Holst, Hans Moser,
1939: [] Unsterblicher Walzer (Cast: Johann Strauss Jun.), Directed by E.W. Emo, with Dagny Servaes, Maria Andergast, Friedl Czepa,
1935: [] Jana, das Mädchen aus dem Böhmerwald (Cast), Directed by Robert Land, with Ewald Balser, Rudolf Carl, Fritz Klippel,

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