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  • Josef von Báky - Wikipedia

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    Josef von Báky (23 March 1902, Zombor, Austria-Hungary (now, Slovakia) – 28 July 1966, Munich, Germany) was a Hungarian filmmaker. He was also known as Josef v. Baky and József Baky. He was born in the town of Zombor in the Kingdom of Hungary in the Austro-Hungarian Empire (now in Vojvodina, Serbia). He worked as an assistant to Geza von Bolvary. He worked as director or producer on no less than 48 films. He died ...

  • Josef von Báky - IMDb

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    Josef von Báky, Director: Der Ruf. IMDb. Movies, TV & Showtimes. Inception (2010) #14 on IMDb Top Rated ... 1961 Die seltsame Gräfin (as Josef von Baky) 1960 Sturm im Wasserglas. 1959 Marili. 1959 Die ideale Frau. 1959 Der Mann, der sich verkaufte. 1958 Stefanie. 1958 Confess, Dr. Corda (as Josef von Baky) 1957 Die Frühreifen. 1957 The Girl and the Legend. 1956 Fuhrmann Henschel.

  • Münchhausen (film) - Wikipedia

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    Münchhausen is a 1943 fantasy comedy film directed by Josef von Báky. Science fiction author David Wingrove has commented that this work "sidesteps immediate political issues whilst conjuring up marvellous visual images of an ageless pastoral Germany."

  • Josef von Báky - Wikidata

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    Josef von Baky; edit. Language Label Description Also known as; English: Josef von Báky. was Hungarian filmmaker. Josef von Baky; Statements. instance of. human. 2 references. imported from. Russian Wikipedia. stated in. data.bnf.fr. retrieved. 10 October 2015. ... Josef von Báky. retrieved. 9 October 2017. place of death. Munich. 1 reference. stated in. Integrated Authority File. retrieved. 31 December 2014. languages spoken, written or signed. German. 0 references. occupation. film ...

  • Josef von Báky | Wiki & Bio | Everipedia

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    Josef von Báky's wiki: Josef von Báky (23 March 1902, Zombor, Austria-Hungary (now, Slovakia) – 28 July 1966, Munich, Germany) was a Hungarian filmmaker. He was additionally known as Josef v. Baky and József Baky. He was born in the town of Zombor (Sombor) in the Kingdom of Hun

  • Amazon.com: Josef von Báky

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    Frauenbilder. Die Mutter und die Geliebte in den Filmen „Das doppelte Lottchen“ von Baky und „Charlie und Louise" von Vilsmaier (German Edition)

  • Josef von Báky - topics.revolvy.com

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    Josef von Báky (23 March 1902, Zombor , Austria-Hungary (now, Slovakia) – 28 July 1966, Munich , Germany ) was a Hungarian filmmaker. He was also known as Josef v. Baky and József Baky. He was born in the town of Zombor ( Sombor ) in the Kingdom of Hungary in the Austro-Hungarian Empire (now in Slovakia ). He worked as an assistant to Geza von Bolvary. He worked as director or producer on no less than 48 films. He died in Munich , Bavaria , Germany . Báky's best known film is ...

  • Josef von Báky – Wikipédia

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    Josef von Baky: Születési név: Báky József: Született: 1902. március 23. Zombor: Elhunyt: 1966. július 28. (64 évesen) München: Állampolgársága

  • Munchhausen - 1943 - YouTube

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    Munchhausen - 1943 Classic Movies Preview. Loading... Unsubscribe from Classic Movies ... dass die Geschichte in den 30er oder 40er Jahren (also zur Zeit der Uraufführung) spielt. Der Baron von Münchhausen erzählt im Beisein seiner deutlich älteren Frau einem jungen Paar die Geschichten ... Duration: 1h 59m Director: Josef von Báky Scenarist: Erich Kästner Actors: Hans Albers: Baron Münchhausen, Wilhelm Bendow: Der Mondmann, Brigitte Horney: Zarin Katharina II Michael ...

  • The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1943) - IMDb

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    Directed by Josef von Báky. With Hans Albers, Wilhelm Bendow, Michael Bohnen, Hans Brausewetter. This lavish, impudent, adult fairy tale takes the viewer from 18th-century Braunschweig to St. Petersburg, Constantinople, Venice, and then to the moon using ingenious special effects, ... The Adventures of Baron Munchausen . Münchhausen (original title) Not Rated ...

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