|Born||10 April 1871
Chemnitz, German Empire
|Died||30 January 1938
Dresden, Nazi Germany
|Other names||Heinrich Eduard Hermann Bolten|
|Occupation||Director, Producer, Screenwriter|
|Years active||1906 - 1925|
Heinrich Bolten-Baeckers (1871–1938) was a German playwright, screenwriter, film director and producer. He worked on a number of films during the silent era. Towards the end of his film career he directed comedies for UFA such as The Gentleman Without a Residence and The Second Mother.
- Doktor Klaus (1920)
- My Leopold (1924)
- The Gentleman Without a Residence (1925)
- The Second Mother (1925)
- Kreimeier p.101
- Kreimeier, Klaus. The UFA Story: A History of Germany's Greatest Film Company. University of California Press, 1999.
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