Hans Steinhoff

Hans Steinhoff (10 March 1882, Marienberg 20 April 1945) was a German film director, best known for the films he made in the Nazi era. His most notable film was Ohm Krüger, for which he won the Mussolini Cup at the 1941 Venice Film Festival.


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