|Born||14 December 1903
|Died||4 July 1982 (aged 78)
|Years active||1931-1968 (film)|
Hans Hömberg (14 December 1903 – 4 July 1982) was a German playwright, journalist, novelist and screenwriter. Hömberg worked occasionally on feature film scripts, and supplied the idea for Alexis Granowsky's 1931 comedy film The Trunks of Mr. O.F. (1931). Hömberg enjoyed a successful stage career, his biggest hit being Cherries for Rome (1940) although he faced censorship issues with some of his works.
- The Trunks of Mr. O.F. (1931)
- A Woman With Power of Attorney (1934)
- Don't Lose Heart, Suzanne! (1935)
- His Royal Highness (1953)
- Youngkin p.465
- Tegel, Susan. Jew Suss: His Life and Afterlife in Legend, Literature and Film. Continuum, 2011.
- Youngkin, Stephen. The Lost One: A Life of Peter Lorre. University Press of Kentucky, 2005.
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