Franz Seitz Sr.
|Born||14 April 1887|
|Died||7 March 1952 (aged 64)|
In 1933, he directed S.A.-Mann Brand, one of the first propaganda films made after the instauration of the Nazi regime in Germany. While expounding the purported virtues of joining the ranks of the Nazi Party, the film is notable for the absence of any anti-Semitic themes.
- The Face Removed (1920)
- The Masked Ones (1920)
- The Favourite of the Queen (1922)
- The Emperor's Old Clothes (1923)
- The Path to God (1924)
- The Adventurous Wedding (1925)
- Mrs Worrington's Perfume (1925)
- The Hunter of Fall (1926)
- The Merry Farmer (1927)
- Poor Little Colombine (1927)
- The Gambling Den of Montmartre (1928)
- Almenrausch and Edelweiss (1928)
- The Women's War (1928)
- Behind Monastery Walls (1928)
- Left of the Isar, Right of the Spree (1929)
- The Chaste Coquette (1929)
- The Champion Shot (1932)
- The Master Detective (1933)
- S.A.-Mann Brand (1933)
- Between Heaven and Earth (1934)
- There Were Two Bachelors (1936)
- The Unsuspecting Angel (1936)
- Two in One Suit (1950)
- The Last Shot (1951)
- "Franz Seitz Sr". Film Portal. Retrieved 2 March 2019.
- Weinstein, Valerie (2019). Antisemitism in Film Comedy in Nazi Germany. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. p. 90. ISBN 978-0-253-04073-2.
- H.T.S. (28 May 1934). "The Screen: A Nazi Film". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 30 June 2022.