Friedl Behn-Grund

Director of Photography, Actor - Germany
Born August 26, 1906 in Bad Polzin
Died August 2, 1989 in Berlin

Mini-Biography:
Friedl Behn-Grund was born on August 26, 1906 in Bad Polzin. He was a German Director of Photography, Actor, known for Unter Ausschluss der Öffentlichkeit (1961), Ein Alibi zerbricht (1963), Der gläserne Turm (1957), Friedl Behn-Grund's first movie on record is from 1919. Friedl Behn-Grund died on August 2, 1989 in Berlin. His last motion picture on file dates from 1963.

Friedl Behn-Grund Filmography [Auszug]
1963: [11.29] Ein Alibi zerbricht (An Alibi for Death) (Director of Photography), Directed by Alfred Vohrer, with Hannelore Elsner, Ruth Leuwerik, Charles Regnier,
1962: [/ /1] Auf Wiedersehn (Drei gegen Amerika) (Director of Photography), Directed by Harald Philipp, with , Elke Sommer, Kurt Pieritz,
1962: [03.30] Finden sie, dass Constanze sich richtig verhält? (Director of Photography), Directed by Tom Pevsner, with Lilli Palmer, Peter van Eyck, Carlos Thompson,
1961: [10.06] Unter Ausschluss der Öffentlichkeit (Blind Justice) (Director of Photography), Directed by Harald Philipp, with Peter van Eyck, Marianne Koch, Eva Bartok,
1961: [/ /1] Das Riesenrad (Director of Photography), Directed by Géza von Radványi, with O.W. Fischer, Maria Schell, Adrienne Gessner,
1960: [/ /1] Mit Himbergeist geht alles besser (Director of Photography), Directed by Georg Marischka, with O.W. Fischer, Petra Schürmann, Fritz Remond,
1960: [] Sturm im Wasserglas (Tempest in a Water Glass) (Director of Photography), Directed by Josef von Baky, with Ingrid Andree, Hanns Lothar, Therese Giehse,
1959: [] Buddenbrooks (Director of Photography), Directed by Alfred Weidenmann, with Hela Gruel, Carsta Löck, Hanns Lothar,
1959: [/ /1] Frau im besten Mannesalter (Director of Photography), Directed by Axel von Ambesser, with Werner Fuetterer, Boy Gobert, Johannes Heesters,
1959: [03.12] Der Mann, der sich verkaufte (Director of Photography), Directed by Josef von Baky, with Charles Brauer, Hans Paetsch, Robert Meyn,
1958: [/ /1] Unruhige Nacht (Director of Photography), Directed by Falk Harnack, with Hansjörg Felmy, Ulla Jacobsson, Richard Münch,
1957: [/ /1] Der gläserne Turm (Director of Photography), Directed by Harald Braun, with O.E. Hasse, Brigitte Horney, Ludwig Linkmann,
1956: [09.27] Anastasia, die letzte Zarentochter (Anastasia: The Czar's Last Daughter, Is Anna Anderson Anastasia?) (Director of Photography), Directed by Falk Harnack, with Lilli Palmer, Ivan Desny, Ellen Schwiers,
1956: [/ /1] Bekenntnisse des Hochstaplers Felix Krull (Confessions of Felix Krull) (Director of Photography), Directed by Kurt Hoffmann, with Horst Buchholz, Liselotte Pulver, Paul Dahlke,
1956: [] Liebe, die den Kopf verliert (Director of Photography), Directed by Thomas Engel, with Paul Hubschmid, Winnie Markus, Susi Nicoletti,
1955: [02.16] Ein Mädchen aus Flandern (The Girl from Flanders) (Director of Photography), Directed by Helmut Käutner, with Lili Schönborn, , Maximilian Schell,
1955: [/ /1] Der Himmel ist nie ausverkauft (Director of Photography), Directed by Alfred Weidenmann, with Claus Biederstaedt, Margarethe Hagen, Käte Haack,
1954: [/ /1] Das fliegende Klassenzimmer (Director of Photography), Directed by Kurt Hoffmann, with Heliane Bei, Paul Dahlke, Paul Klinger,
1954: [/ /1] Der Engel mit dem Flammenschwert (Director of Photography), Directed by Gerhard Lamprecht, with Martin Benrath, Ernst Stahl-Nachbaur, Hilde Sessak,
1954: [03.18] Geliebte Feindin (Director of Photography), Directed by Rolf Hansen, with Werner Hinz, Ruth Leuwerik, Thomas Holtzmann,
1953: [08.21] Der letzte Walzer (Director of Photography), Directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt, with Eva Bartok, Curd Jürgens, O.E. Hasse,
1952: [01.29] Käpt'n Bay-Bay (Captain Bay-Bay) (Director of Photography), Directed by Helmut Käutner, with Hans Albers, Angèle Durant, Rudolf Fernau,
1952: [10.23] Alraune (Geliebte zwischen Lust und Gier (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt, with Karlheinz Böhm, Harry Halm, Trude Hesterberg,
1952: [05.27] Die Försterchristl (Director of Photography), Directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt, with Johanna Matz, Karl Schönböck, Will Quadflieg,
1951: [03.01] A tale of five cities (A Tale of Five Women) (Director of Photography), Directed by Romolo Marcellini, Emil Edwin Reinert, with Bonar Colleano, Barbara Kelly, ,
1950: [12.05] Der Rat der Götter (Director of Photography), Directed by Kurt Maetzig, with Eva Pflug, Yvonne Merin, Brigitte Krause,
1949: [] Die Buntkarierten (Director of Photography), Directed by Kurt Maetzig, with Waltraud Kramm, , Yvonne Merin,
1949: [05.05] Begegnung mit Werther (Director of Photography), Directed by Karl Heinz Stroux, with , Paul Klinger, Lisa Helwig,
1948: [/ /1] Affaire Blum (Affäre Blum) (Director of Photography), Directed by Erich Engel, with Reinhard Kolldehoff, Hugo Kalthoff, Herbert Hübner,
1947: [10.03] Ehe im Schatten (Director of Photography), Directed by Kurt Maetzig, with Elly Burgmer, Lotte Loebinger, Lieselotte Lieck,
1947: [05.02] Razzia (Police Raid) (Director of Photography: (AKA F. Behn-Grund)), Directed by Werner Klingler, with Paul Bildt, Elly Burgmer, ,
1946: [10.15] Die Mörder sind unter uns (Murderers Among Us) (Director of Photography), Directed by Wolfgang Staudte, with Hildegard Knef, Ernst Wilhelm Borchert, Arno Paulsen,
1945: [/ /1] Die Kreuzlschreiber (Director of Photography), Directed by Eduard von Borsody, with Emil Hess, Charlotte Schellhorn, Willy Danek,
1944: [02.27] Jugendliebe (Director of Photography), Directed by Eduard von Borsody, with Fritz Kampers, Lepold Kerschner, Rose Marten,
1944: [] Das Mädchen Juanita (Director of Photography), Directed by Wolfgang Staudte, with Fritz Staudte, Hans Mierendorff, Martha Ziegler,
1944: [/ /1] Der Mann, dem man den Namen stahl (Director of Photography), Directed by Wolfgang Staudte, with Ursula Krieg, Ernst Legal, Ruth Lommel,
1943: [10.11] Titanic (Director of Photography), Directed by Werner Klingler, Herbert Selpin, with Claude Farell, Sybille Schmitz, Sepp Rist,
1943: [/ /1] Ich hab' von Dir geträumt (Director of Photography), Directed by Wolfgang Staudte, with Fita Benkhoff, Erich Fiedler, Karl Schönböck,
1941: [04.02] Die Nacht in Venedig (Director of Photography), Directed by Paul Verhoeven, with Heidemarie Hatheyer, Lizzi Waldmüller, Hans Nielsen,
1940: [08.01] Die drei Codonas (Director of Photography), Directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt, with Louis Brody, René Deltgen, Lena Norman,
1940: [/ /1] Traummusik (Director of Photography), Directed by Géza von Bolváry, with Beniamino Gigli, Marte Harell, Werner Hinz,
1939: [07.07] Robert und Bertram (Director of Photography), Directed by Hans Hellmut Zerlett, with Rudi Godden, Kurt Seifert, Carla Rust,
1938: [/ /1] Der Tag nach der Scheidung (Director of Photography), Directed by Paul Verhoeven, with Hilde Hildebrand, Ernst Legal, Johannes Riemann,
1937: [] Die göttliche Jette (Director of Photography), Directed by Erich Waschneck, with Hansi Arnstaedt, Hella Tornegg, Willi Rose,
1936: [01.19] Truxa (Director of Photography), Directed by Hans Hellmut Zerlett, with Mady Rahl, Hermann Pfeiffer, Curt Lucas,
1936: [/ /1] Flitterwochen (Director of Photography), Directed by Carl Lamac, with Antonie Jäckel, Carsta Löck, Anny Ondra,
1934: [08.01] Musik im Blut (Director of Photography), Directed by Erich Waschneck, with Horst Birr, Leo Slezak, Sybille Schmitz,
1933: [02/22] Ich und die Kaiserin (Director of Photography), Directed by Friedrich Hollaender, with Lilian Harvey, Conrad Veidt, Mady Christians,
1932: [09.21] Acht Mädels im Boot (Director of Photography), Directed by Erich Waschneck, with Theodor Loos, Hedi Heising, Karin Hardt,
1932: [] Ich will nicht (Director of Photography), Directed by Max Heilbronner, with Elza Temáry, Hermann Blass, ,
1931: [03.22] Peter Voss, der Millionendieb (Director of Photography), Directed by E.A. Dupont, with Rudolph Anders, Louis Brody, Willi Forst,
1931: [01.22] Les frères Karamazoff (Director of Photography), Directed by Fjodor Ozep, with Fritz Kortner, Fritz Rasp, Aimé Clariond,
1931: [10.09] Paris-Beguin (The Darling of Paris) (Director of Photography), Directed by Augusto Genina, with Jeanne Marnac, Jean Gabin, Jean Max,
1931: [06.01] Salto mortale (Director of Photography), Directed by E.A. Dupont, with Reinhold Bernt, Kurt Gerron, Anna Sten,
1931: [02.06] Der Mörder Dimitri Karamasov (Director of Photography), Directed by Fjodor Ozep, Erich Engel, with Fritz Kortner, Anna Sten, Fritz Rasp,
1931: [02.04] Der Liebesarzt (Director of Photography), Directed by Erich Schönfelder, with Harry Liedtke, Dina Gralla, Else Reval,
1930: [08.29] Die zärtlichen Verwandten (Director of Photography), Directed by Richard Oswald, with Charlotte Ander, Adele Sandrock, Emmy Wyda,
1930: [08.16] Dreyfus (Director of Photography), Directed by Richard Oswald, with Fritz Alberti, Paul Henckels, Ferdinand Hart,
1930: [11.25] Der Hampelmann (Director of Photography), Directed by E.W. Emo, with Max Hansen, S.Z. Sakall, Lien Deyers,
1930: [/ /1] Das alte Lied (Ultima illusione) (Director of Photography), Directed by Willi Frank, Erich Waschneck, with Ida Wüst, Gustav Rickelt, Michael Rasumny,
1929: [12.06] Ehe in Not (Director of Photography), Directed by Richard Oswald, with Elga Brink, Trude Berliner, Willi Rosen,
1929: [/ /1] Der Günstling von Schönbrunn (Director of Photography), Directed by Erich Waschneck, with Ivan Petrovich, Lil Dagover, ,
1929: [] Jenseits der Strasse - Eine Tragödie des Alltags (Director of Photography), Directed by Leo Mittler, with Lissy Arna, Sig Arno, Fritz Genschow,
1928: [11.16] Die blaue Maus (Director of Photography), Directed by Johannes Guter, with Brita Appelgren, Albert Paulig, Rina Marsa,
1928: [10.10] Die Carmen von St. Pauli (Docks of Hamburg) (Director of Photography), Directed by Erich Waschneck, with Jenny Jugo, Willy Fritsch, Fritz Rasp,
1928: [01.26] Totte et sa chance (Director of Photography), Directed by Augusto Genina, with Carmen Boni, Loni Nest, André Roanne,
1926: [01.03] Brennende Grenze (Aftermath) (Director of Photography), Directed by Erich Waschneck, with Jenny Hasselqvist, , Fritz Alberti,
1926: [12.17] Die Warenhausprinzessin (Director of Photography), Directed by Heinz Paul, with Hugo Werner-Kahle, Lotte Lorring, Hella Moja-Film GmbH, Berlin,
1925: [01.01] Mein Freund, der Chauffeur (Director of Photography), Directed by Erich Waschneck, with Hans Albers, Alice Kempen, Oscar Marion,
1924: [11.14] Vitus Thavons Generalcoup (Director of Photography), Directed by Emil Justitz, with Eugen Rex, Otto Kronburger, Olaf Fjord,
1919: [12.19] Liebe, Hass und Geld (Cast), Directed by Erich Eriksen, with Edith Meller, Max Adalbert, Gustav Jahrbeck,
1919: [] Die Geächteten (Cast), Directed by Joseph Delmont, with Alfred Abel, Rosa Valetti, Paul Meffert,

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