Kurt Heuser

Kurt Heuser
Born 23 November 1903
Strasbourg, Alsace, German Empire
Died 20 June 1975 (1975-06-21) (aged 71)
Ebersberg, Bavaria, West Germany
Occupation Writer
Years active 1934-1967 (film & TV)

Kurt Heuser (23 November 1903 – 20 June 1975) was a German screenwriter.[1]

Early in his career he wrote Schlußakkord (Final Accord or better Final Chord), a German film melodrama of the Nazi period.[2]

Selected filmography


  1. Rentschler p.180
  2. Sabine Hake, Popular Cinema of the Third Reich, Austin: University of Texas, 2001, ISBN 9780292734579, p. 246, note 4: the title "refers to a musical term" whereas that of Sierck's 1939 French-language Accord Final can also mean "concluding agreement".


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