Hans Kraly


Screenwriter

Biography

Filmography

 

Writer (Feature Film)

The Mad Ghoul (1943)
Original Story
It Started with Eve (1941)
Original Story
West Point Widow (1941)
Screenwriter
Broadway Serenade (1939)
Original Story
A Desperate Adventure (1938)
Original Story
Music for Madame (1937)
Contr to Screenplay const
The Good Fairy (1935)
Contr to Screenplay
Broadway Gondolier (1935)
Story
It Happened in New York (1935)
Contr to Screenplay const
All the King's Horses (1935)
Contr to trmt
Lottery Lover (1935)
Contr to trmt
Moulin Rouge (1934)
Contract Writer
Caravan (1934)
Contr on Special seq
My Lips Betray (1933)
Screenwriter
By Candlelight (1933)
Screenwriter
Jenny Lind (1931)
Scénario de [Scr]
Just a Gigolo (1931)
Adapted and dial
Private Lives (1931)
Scen
The Lady of Scandal (1930)
Scen
A Lady's Morals (1930)
Scen
Die Sehnsucht Jeder Frau (1930)
Deutscher Dialog [German dial]
The Kiss (1929)
Scen
Eternal Love (1929)
Scen
The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (1929)
Scen
Devil-May-Care (1929)
Scen
Betrayal (1929)
Screenwriter
Eternal Love (1929)
Adaptation
Wild Orchids (1929)
Cont
The Patriot (1928)
Adaptation
The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg (1928)
Scen
The Garden of Eden (1928)
Scen
Quality Street (1927)
Scen
Quality Street (1927)
Adaptation
Kiki (1926)
Scen
So This Is Paris (1926)
Adaptation
The Duchess of Buffalo (1926)
Screenwriter
The Eagle (1925)
Screenwriter
Her Sister From Paris (1925)
Story
Kiss Me Again (1925)
Scen
Her Night of Romance (1924)
Story
Three Women (1924)
Scen
Forbidden Paradise (1924)
Screenwriter
Three Women (1924)
Story
Rosita (1923)
Story
The Loves of Pharaoh (1922)
Screenwriter
Die Flamme (1922)
Screenwriter
The Wildcat (1921)
Screenwriter
One Arabian Night (1921)
Screenwriter
Kohlhiesels Tochter (1920)
Screenwriter
Sumurun (1920)
Writer
Anne Boleyn (1920)
Screenwriter
The Doll (1919)
Writer
Die Austernprinzessin (1919)
Screenwriter
Madame Du Barry (1919)
From Story
Die Puppe (1919)
Screenplay
Rausch (1919)
Screenwriter
Madame Du Barry (1919)
Screenwriter
The Eyes of the Mummy (1918)
Screenwriter
Carmen (1918)
Screenwriter
Ich möchte kein Mann sein (1918)
Screenplay

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Oh Jonathan, Oh Jonathan (1973)
Other

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Wildcat, The (1921) - Not Far From Piffkaneiro Something like the fantastical opening imagined by Ernst Lubitsch (the original inter-titles are lost), with the fictional location and the immediate broad spoof of the popular matte-iris technique, Viktor Janson introduced as commander of a plenty-absurd looking fortress, from The Wildcat, or Die Bergkatze, 1921, starring Pola Negri.
Wildcat, The (1921) - I Did What I Could Introduction of the heartthrob officer Alexis (Paul Heidemann) being banished to a remote frontier outpost in Ernst Lubitsch’s fantasy winterland, loaded with more matte technique and design gags, still before the introduction of Pola Negri, the title character, in the outlandish German silent comedy The Wildcat, 1921.
Wildcat, The (1921) - She Beat Me! Just introduced as the leader of an outlaw band on some fictional Alpine frontier, Wilhelm Diegelmann is being set upon by his own charges so he summons his daughter Rischka (Pola Negri, the title character, her first scene) who cracks heads as needed then notices Paul Heidemann as Alexis, the just-transferred army Lothario, on the move, in Ernst Lubitsch’s The Wildcat, 1921.
Wildcat, The (1921) - You Would Have Split Them Thinking she’s made a killing by robbing a dandified military officer of his clothes, Rischka (Pola Negri), daughter of the Alpine bandit chieftan, is baffled by seeing her first photograph, then smitten, then berated by her dad (Wilhelm Diegelmann) for not taking his underwear as well, in Ernst Lubitsch’s absurd comedy The Wildcat, 1921.
Last Of Mrs. Cheyney, The (1929) - The Widow Of A Rich Australian Joining the first scene, a garden outside a London charity concert, Lord Dilling (Basil Rathbone) with stuffier Lord Elton (Herbert Bunston) and Maria (Hedda Hopper) discuss the hostess (Norma Shearer, title character) until she appears, George Barraud the butler, in The Last Of Mrs. Cheyney, 1929.
Last Of Mrs. Cheyney, The (1929) - Carefree And Happy Big reveal, after the charity concert, as we learn that footman George (George K. Arthur), hostess Fay (Norma Shearer, title character), and others apparently led by Charles (George Barraud), who posed as the butler, are cohorts in some elaborate scam, early in The Last Of Mrs. Cheyney, 1929.
Wild Orchids (1929) - Mr. And Mrs. Sterling Exposition and spectacle from MGM, which clearly sent somebody, though not principals Greta Garbo and Lewis Stone, to San Francisco, disembarking, in the opening of Wild Orchids, 1929, co-starring Nils Asther.
Wild Orchids (1929) - You Look Silly Dear Newly arrived but bored in Java, Lillie (Greta Garbo) has herself done up in native gear by the plentiful maids of their host, but finds her older tea plantation owner husband (Lewis Stone) isn't interested, trouble looming, in MGM's Wild Orchids, 1929.
Wild Orchids (1929) - Any Big Game In Java? Having just sailed from San Francisco for Java, Lillie (Greta Garbo), wife of Sterling (Lewis Stone), who's taking over a tea plantation, meets the only other billed actor in the picture, Nils Asther as Prince de Gace, beating a servant, then befriending her husband, early in Wild Orchids, 1929.
Private Lives (1931) - I'm On My Honeymoon Hans Kraly's adaptation of the Noel Coward play, as honeymooning Amanda (Norma Shearer) detects a familar tune, then ex-husband Elyot (Robert Montgomery), in MGM's Private Lives, 1931.
It Started With Eve (1941) - Diming Us To Death Johnny Reynolds (Robert Cummings), son of a New York tycoon who seems moments from death, rushes into the hotel seeking his new fiancee' for a last-gasp introduction, and meets hat-check girl Anne (Deanna Durbin), early in It Started With Eve, 1941, from producer Joe Pasternak.
It Started With Eve (1941) - You Can Smile Your Way Out Hat-check girl Anne (Deana Durbin), stand-in for the missing fiancee` of Johnny (Robert Cummings), has been summoned for an unexpected second meeting with his presumed-to-by dying father (Charles Laughton), Guy Kibbee the doting bishop, in Universal's It Started With Eve, 1941.

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