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Wolfgang Schleif

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Wolfgang Schleif
Wolfgang Schleif

(1912-05-14)14 May 1912
Died21 August 1984(1984-08-21) (aged 72)
Occupation(s)Film director, screenwriter, film editor
Years active1935–1984

Wolfgang Schleif (14 May 1912 – 21 August 1984) was a German film director, screenwriter and film editor.

Life and career

Wolfgang Schleif studied philosophy, psychology and pedagogy at the University of Leipzig. In 1934 he passed the State Examination for teachers at the Volksschule. But then he took classes at the Acting School of the Deutsches Theater in Berlin, where he was trained in directing.

Schleif began working in film in 1935. By 1938, he was an assistant director. In 1939, he became a screenwriter and eventually an editor. Among his assignments, he was one of the editors of the propaganda films Jud Süß (1940) and Kolberg (1945). In 1947, Schleif was joined the DEFA film studio, making his directorial debut in 1948 with the anti-capitalist production Grube Morgenrot [de]. This was followed by the 1949 film biography of Johann Friedrich Böttger, The Blue Swords.

After 17 June 1953, Schleif emigrated to West Germany. With The Immenhof Girls 1955 he managed an extraordinary success, which laid down his work but also for years on the production of such substances. He made several hit movies starring Freddy Quinn, but also war films such as Rommel Calls Cairo and crime films such as Der rote Rausch and, in the early seventies, back to the Immenhof films, Die Zwillinge von Immenhof (Twins from Immenhof) and Frühling im Immenhof (Spring in Immenhof).

Since the mid-sixties Schleif worked extensively for television. He often led directed series and mini-series, particularly 1967 five episode series Bürgerkrieg in Rußland. (Civil war in Russia).

He is buried in the Dahlem cemetery in Berlin.

Selected filmography


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