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Emil Erich Kästner was a German author, poet, screenwriter and satirist, known primarily for his humorous, socially astute poems and for children's books including Emil and the Detectives. He received the international Hans Christian Andersen Medal in 1960 for his autobiography Als ich ein kleiner Junge war. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature four times.
Three Men in the Snow is a 1936 Czech comedy film directed by Vladimír Slavínský and starring Hugo Haas, Vera Ferbasová and Jindrich Plachta. It is based on the novel of the same title by Erich Kästner.
Three Men in the Snow is a 1955 German comedy film based on the eponymous novel by Erich Kästner.
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Henry Koster was a German-born film director. He was the husband of actress Peggy Moran.
Valmond Maurice Guest was an English film director and screenwriter. Beginning as a writer of comedy films, he is best known for his work for Hammer, for whom he directed 14 films, and science fiction films. He enjoyed a long career in the film industry from the early 1930s until the early 1980s.
Snow White or Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is a popular fairy tale.
Elisabeth Volkmann was a German actress and voice actor, best known for her part in the German absurd comedy series Klimbim (1973–1979), which was watched by millions of viewers in Germany and, later on, as the voice of Marge Simpson in the German dub of The Simpsons. Volkmann was born in Essen and died in Munich.
Isa Miranda was an Italian actress with an international film career.
Willy Fritsch was a German theater and film actor, a popular leading man and character actor from the silent-film era to the early 1960s.
Hanns Kräly, credited in the United States as Hans Kraly, was a German actor and screenwriter. His main collaborations were with director Ernst Lubitsch, and they worked together on 30 films between 1915 and 1929. Kräly is also notable for his comedy play Kohlhiesel's Daughters which has been turned into films on a number of occasions.
Paradise for Three, titled Romance for Three in the United Kingdom, is a 1938 romantic comedy film starring Frank Morgan as a wealthy industrialist who decides to find out about his German workers by temporarily living among them incognito. It was adapted from Erich Kästner's novel Three Men in the Snow, published in 1934.
Werner Friedrich Emil Eisbrenner was a German composer and conductor, best known for his film music.
Hans Richter was a German film actor. He appeared in more than 130 films between 1931 and 1984, mostly in supporting roles. He was born in Brandenburg, Germany and died in Heppenheim, Germany.
Manfred Purzer is a German screenwriter and film director. He wrote for 27 films between 1955 and 1993. In 1974, he was a member of the jury at the 24th Berlin International Film Festival.
Georg Jacoby was a German film director and screenwriter.
Erich Fiedler was a German film actor. He was the German dubbing voice of Robert Morley.
Günther Lüders was a German actor. He appeared in more than 120 films between 1934 and 1975. He lived in Urfeld am Walchensee from 1954 until 1975.
Hans Olden (1892–1975) was an Austrian stage and film actor. Olden appeared in more than eighty films during his career, mostly in Austria but occasionally also in Germany. He was a supporter of the Austrian Nazi Party, his interest in Nazism pre-dating the Anchluss by some years. After the Second World War Olden appeared in a number of Heimat films.
Erich Kobler was a German film editor and director. Kobler directed the 1949 comedy Trouble Backstairs, He also directed Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1955).
Luggi Waldleitner (1913–1998) was a German film producer. In 1951 he set up Roxy Film which became one of the country's leading film production companies.
A Rare Bird is a 1935 French comedy film directed by Richard Pottier and starring Pierre Brasseur, Max Dearly and Monique Rolland.