Heinz Pauck

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Heinz Pauck
Born18 March 1904
Died28 March 1992 (aged 88)
Years active1938-1985 (film & TV)

Heinz Pauck (1904–1986) was a German screenwriter. [1]


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  1. Gemünden p.178