Gottlieb Madl

Last updated
Gottlieb Madl
Years active1932-1959 (film)

Gottlieb Madl was a film editor who worked in the German film industry for many years. He edited the 1933 Nazi propaganda film S.A.-Mann Brand . [1]


Selected filmography

Related Research Articles

Otto Wernicke German actor (1893-1965)

Otto Karl Robert Wernicke was a German actor. He was best known for his role as police inspector Karl Lohmann in the two Fritz Lang films M and The Testament of Dr. Mabuse. He was the first actor to portray Captain Smith in the first "official" Titanic film.

Hans Heinz Zerlett was a German screenwriter and film director.

Peter Paul Brauer was a German film producer and film director.

Hilde von Stolz was an Austrian-German actress.

Karl Ritter (director) German film producer and director

Karl Ritter was a German film producer and director responsible for many Nazi propaganda films. He had previously been one of the first German military pilots. He spent most of his later life in Argentina.

Walter Fredersdorf was a German film editor. Fredersdorf worked as editor on more than forty films, and also as assistant director on another five.

Gisa Wurm was an Austrian stage and film actress.

Else Reval was a German film actress.

Franz Weber was a German actor who appeared in more than a hundred films during a lengthy screen career. He appeared in a diverse range of productions which encompassed the Weimar, Nazi and post-war eras.

Ella Ensink (1897–1968) was a German film editor. She frequently worked with the Czech director Carl Lamac.

Hansom Milde-Meissner was a German composer of film scores. He began working on films in 1929 at the beginning of the sound era and was active for the next three decades, particularly during the Weimar and Nazi periods.

Karl Weber (1897-1965) was a German art director. He frequently worked alongside Erich Zander designing film sets.

Else Baum was an Austrian film editor active from 1930 to 1940.

Peter Elsholtz was a German stage and film actor.

Franz Stein (1880–1958) was a German cinematographer and film actor. During the silent era he shot a number of films, many of them for National Film. After 1925 his film appearances were exclusively as an actor.

Ingolf Kuntze (1890–1952) was a German stage and film actor. He was active as a character actor, appearing in supporting roles in a number of films during the Nazi era.

Harald Böhmelt (1900–1982) was a German composer of film scores.

Hanns Sassmann (1882-1944) was an Austrian playwright, journalist and screenwriter. He was active in both German and Austrian cinema during the Nazi era.

Jaspar von Oertzen (1912–2008) was a German stage, film and television actor.

Hadrian Maria Netto (1885–1947) was a German stage and film actor. He was also a playwright.


  1. Giesen p.219