Hellmut Andics

Author - Austria
Born August 25, 1922 in Vienna
Died August 19, 1998 in Vienna

Hellmut Andics was born on August 25, 1922 in Wien. He was an Austrian Author, known for Mädchen für die Mambo-Bar (1959), Hoch klingt der Radetzkymarsch (1958), Der Salzbaron (1993), Hellmut Andics's first movie on record is from 1958. Hellmut Andics died on August 19, 1998 in Wien. His last motion picture on file dates from 1993.

Hellmut Andics Filmography [Auszug]
1993: [/ /1] Der Salzbaron (Scenario), Directed by Bernd Fischerauer, with Michaela Rosen, Chris Pichler, Stephan Paryla,
1972: [////1] Die Verweigerung (Scenario), Directed by Axel Corti, with Bruno Dallansky, , Kurt Weinzierl,
1962: [03.14] Wenn beide schuldig werden (Scenario), Directed by Hermann Leitner, with Nadia Gray, Hanns Lothar, Ellen Schwiers,
1960: [12.05] Frauen in Teufels Hand (Scenario), Directed by Hermann Leitner, with Gerlinde Locker, Helmut Schmid, Maria Sebaldt,
1959: [/ /1] Mädchen für die Mambo-Bar (Scenario), Directed by Wolfgang Glück, with Wolf Albach-Retty, Lex Barker, Horst Beck,
1958: [] Hoch klingt der Radetzkymarsch (Scenario), Directed by Géza von Bolváry, with Boy Gobert, Walther Reyer, Johanna Matz,

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