Rudolf Nussgruber

Rudolf Nussgruber (7 April 1918 – 26 July 2001) was an Austrian film director. In 1962, he co-directed the documentary film Mediterranean Holiday with Hermann Leitner and it was entered into the 3rd Moscow International Film Festival.[1] He directed more than 30 films between 1955 and 1985.

Rudolf Nussgruber
Born(1918-04-07)7 April 1918
Vienna, Austria-Hungary (now Austria)
Died26 July 2001(2001-07-26) (aged 83)
Vienna, Austria
OccupationFilm director
Years active1947-1985

Selected filmographyEdit

  • Mediterranean Holiday (1962)
  • Carl Schurz (1968, TV film)
  • Die Kuba-Krise 1962 [de] (1969, TV film)
  • Friedrich III – Gestorben als Kaiser (1970, TV film)
  • Claus Graf Stauffenberg (1970, TV film)
  • General Oster – Verräter oder Patriot? (1970, TV film)
  • Die U-2-Affäre (1970, TV film)
  • Sacro Egoismo oder Der Bruch der Achse – Der Kriegsaustritt Italiens im Jahre 1943 (1971, TV film)
  • Kaiser Karls letzte Schlacht (1971, TV film)
  • Das bin ich – Wiener Schicksale aus den 30er Jahren: Österreich zwischen Demokratie und Diktatur (1972, TV film)
  • Die Pueblo-Affaire (1972, TV film)
  • Max Hölz. Ein deutsches Lehrstück [de] (1972, TV film)
  • Der Schuft, der den Münchhausen schrieb (1979, TV film)
  • Ringstraßenpalais (1980–1986, TV series)
  • August der Starke (1984, TV film)
  • Ein Mann namens Parvus (1984, TV film)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "3rd Moscow International Film Festival (1963)". MIFF. Archived from the original on 16 January 2013. Retrieved 28 November 2012.

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