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||March 20, 1968
||February 3, 1889
||Cause of Death:
RATE AND COMMENT
Adopted by the Dreyer family
Worked as a theater critic
First passenger to fly between Denmark and Sweden
Hired as newspaper columnist for "Ekstrabladet"
Screenwriting debut with "Bryggerens Datter/The Brewer's Daughter"
Hired by Nordisk Films Kompagni as screenwriter
Film directing debut with "Praesidenten/The President" (also screenwriter)
Left Nordisk Films Kompagni
Formed independent production company with Baron Nicholas de Gunzburg in early 1930s
Made last and most notable silent film, "The Passion of Joan of Arc"
First sound film as director, "Vampyr"
Made manager of Copenhagan cinema house, Dagmar, by Danish government
Last film, "Gertrud"