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Walter Schlee

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Walter Schlee
Years active1925-1936 (film)

Walter Schlee, born 15 December 1894 in Kępno, Posen province, Germany; died 5 February 1964 in Lugano, Switzerland, was a German screenwriter. The Jewish Schlee left German following the Nazi Party's takeover of 1933. He then worked in the Netherlands along with other exiles such as Max Ophuls.[1]

Selected filmography


  1. ^ Mathijs p.65


  • Ernest Mathijs. The Cinema of the Low Countries. Wallflower Press, 2004.

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