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Lotte Neumann


38 Movies0TV shows
0/38 rated


About Lotte Neumann

Lotte Neumann is a 125 years old female from Berlin, Germany. Lotte is most well known for writing, and has 38 known credits, of which 38 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Lotte Neumann’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Lotte Neumann’s movies you should definitely watch Ein Zug fährt ab (1942) Lotte has worked on!

  1. Ein Zug fährt ab (1942)
  2. Romeo and Juliet in the Snow (1920)
  3. Die Fledermaus (1937)
  4. The Three Aunts (1921)
  5. Papa kann's nicht lassen (1921)

1. Ein Zug fährt ab (1942 Movie)

The best rated movie Lotte Neumann has been a part of is the drama movie Ein Zug fährt ab, where they had the role of writing. It has a rating 7.0 on IMDb.

2. Romeo and Juliet in the Snow (1920)

Romeo and Juliet in the Snow has a rating on 6.4 on IMDb . Lotte Neumann worked on this comedy movie as writing.

3. Die Fledermaus (1937)

In Die Fledermaus Lotte Neumann was worked as writer. This movie has a rating on 7.4 on IMDb.

4. The Three Aunts (1921)

In The Three Aunts Lotte Neumann had the role of writing.

5. Papa kann's nicht lassen (1921)

Lotte Neumann was a part of the movie Papa kann's nicht lassen as writing.

Frequently asked questions

When was Lotte Neumann born?

Lotte Neumann’s birthday is on 5 August 1896.

What is Lotte Neumann’s gender?

Lotte Neumann is female.

Where was Lotte Neumann born?

Lotte Neumann was born in Berlin, Germany.

What is Lotte most known for?

Lotte Neumann is most known for writing. Lotte has worked on 38 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Lotte Neumann’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Ein Zug fährt ab, which has a score of 0.0.

Lotte’s Filmography

Executive producer. The delightful Johann Strauss comic opera Die Fledermaus was mercilessly lampooned in this truly bizarre production. For starters, a framing device has been added: After appearing in 300 consecutive appearances of Fledermaus (which translates as The Bat) the lead tenor (Georg Alexander) imagines that he's seeing bats everywhere. Driven a bit over the edge by all this, he falls asleep and has a nightmare about the opera, with a group of non-singers cast in the leading roles. The original libretto about romantic assignations, political imprisonments and mistaken identity is burlesqued to the hilt: at one point, the hero finds out that his prison cell is surrounded by rubber tubes!

Executive producer. Country Dr. Robert Koch is desperate: a tuberculosis epidemic is decimating the children in his district and no one is able to do anything about it. Every fourth child is already sick and the parents must helplessly watch as their young ones die. Now Koch is undertaking to find the cause of the tuberculosis --- something he has already been working on for years --- which has been causing this plague of illness. His work is made more difficult by envy; for example, that of his teacher, who was wounded defending his honor. But his greatest obstacle is the famous Berliner scientist and Reichstag deputy, Privy Councilor Rudolf Virchow: He is extraordinarily skeptical of Koch's theory, that the cause for tuberculosis is a bacteria.

Executive producer. To take a revenge on countess Laura, who slapped him at his proposal, the Governor of the occupied Poland gets her fall in love with a poor student, and exposes him during wedding banquet.

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