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Paul Huf and Walter Kolm-Veltée (r.) (1951)
27 December 1910|
|Died||8 March 1999
Walter Kolm-Veltée (27 December 1910 – 8 March 1999) was an Austrian film director. He directed nine films between 1933 and 1959. He was the son of Austrian film director Luise Fleck from her first marriage.
He became a respected film director, producer and screenwriter. After his earlier career in which he often worked with his mother and stepfather, he founded in 1952 the first film academy in Austria, at the Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna. His film on the life of Beethoven, Eroica, released in 1949, with Ewald Balser, Oskar Werner and Judith Holzmeister in the leads, is counted as one of the most successful Austrian films ever. In the same way that his parents were pioneers of film, so Walter Kolm-Veltée was a pioneer of the development of the new medium of television.
- Unser Kaiser (1933)
- The Poacher from Egerland (1934)
- Csardas (1935)
- Eroica (1949)
- Franz Schubert (1953)
- Don Juan (1955)
- Wiener Luft (1958)
- Auch Männer sind keine Engel (1959)
- Panoptikum 59 (1959)
- "IMDB.com: Awards for Panoptikum 59". imdb.com. Retrieved 10 January 2010.
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