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Carl Th. Dreyer

Carl Th. Dreyer

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Also Known As: Died: March 20, 1968
Born: February 3, 1889 Cause of Death: heart failure
Birth Place: Denmark Profession: Writer ...
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1891:
Adopted by the Dreyer family
1906:
Left home
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Worked as a theater critic
1910:
First passenger to fly between Denmark and Sweden
1912:
Hired as newspaper columnist for "Ekstrabladet"
1912:
Screenwriting debut with "Bryggerens Datter/The Brewer's Daughter"
1913:
Hired by Nordisk Films Kompagni as screenwriter
1919:
Film directing debut with "Praesidenten/The President" (also screenwriter)
1920:
Left Nordisk Films Kompagni
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Formed independent production company with Baron Nicholas de Gunzburg in early 1930s
1928:
Made last and most notable silent film, "The Passion of Joan of Arc"
1932:
First sound film as director, "Vampyr"
1952:
Made manager of Copenhagan cinema house, Dagmar, by Danish government
1964:
Last film, "Gertrud"

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