Weitere Namen
Philipp Jutzi (Geburtsname) Piel Jutzi (Weiterer Name)
Director, Screenplay, Director of photography, Production design, Editing, Miscellaneous
Altleiningen (Pfalz) Neustadt an der Weinstraße

Biography

Piel Jutzi was born in 1896 in Alt-Leiningen and died in 1946 in Neustadt. Originally a painter, he directed his first films "Das blinkende Fenster" (1919), "Die Rache der Banditen" (1919) and "Das deutsche Lied - Henkerskarren und Koenigsthron" (1920) auto-didactically. He went to Berlin in 1925 and filmed the comedy "Kladd und Datsch" (1926) and the sentimental "Kindertragoedie" (1927). All of his early works, however, are presumed lost without a trace.

He then worked as a cameraman, documentarist and editor for Prometheus Film on numerous Russian films, as well as with the Russian director Roschal on the first German-Russian production. Russian silent films influenced his worked, resulting in his masterpieces "Hunger in Waldenburg - Ums taegliche Brot" (1928) and "Berlin-Alexanderplatz" (1931).

However, in 1933 his films were prohibited by the government. From then on, he directed short comedies and crime stories. His other films include: "Mother Krausen Goes to Heaven" ("Mutter Krausens Fahrt ins Glueck", 1929), "Frau Eva wird mondaen" (1934), "Die Sache mit dem Hermelin" (1939) and "Fruechtchen" (1942), among others.

Source: German Films Service & Marketing GmbH

 

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1945
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1944
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1944
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1944
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1944
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1944
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1944
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1944
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1943/1944
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1943
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1941/1942
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1941
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1939
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1938
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1938
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1938
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1937
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1934/1935
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1934
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1933
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1932/1933
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1932
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1930
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1929
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1929
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1929
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1929
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1928/1929
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1928
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1927
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1926
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1920
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