Synonyms for werner_pittschau or Related words with werner_pittschau

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Examples of "werner_pittschau"
Werner Pittschau (1902–1928) was a German film actor of the Silent era.
Anne-Liese of Dessau (German:Die Anne-Liese von Dessau) is a 1925 German silent historical film directed by James Bauer and starring Maly Delschaft, Werner Pittschau and Julia Serda. It portrays the life of Anna Louise Föhse.
Tragedy at the Royal Circus (German:Tragödie im Zirkus Royal) is a 1928 German silent drama film directed by Alfred Lind and starring Bernhard Goetzke, Ellen Kürti and Werner Pittschau.
The Clever Fox (German:Der krasse Fuchs) is a 1926 German silent comedy film directed by Conrad Wiene and starring Hans Brausewetter, Clementine Plessner and Werner Pittschau. The film premiered in Berlin on 4 March 1926. It was based on a novel by Walter Bloem.