1882 - 1950
The writer and screen writer Hans Müller was born in Brünn. During his education to a Dr. jur. he already wrote his first stage plays.
Soon his plays attained huge popularity and in the 10's he was the most played author at the noted Viennese Burgtheater.
Hans Müller moved to Switzerland to the village Einigen in 1930 and since then he was known as Hans Müller-Einigen. In the same year he wrote his most famous play "Im weissen Rössl am Wolfgangsee", which was performed countless times in German-speaking countries in the next years.
Hans Müller wrote first scripts for the movie in the 20's, among them "Die Tochter der Frau von Larsac" (25), "Schwester Veronica" (27) and "Das brennende Haus" (29).
For the talkies of the 30's he wrote the scripts "Monte Carlo" (30), "Liebling der Götter" (30), "Bomben auf Monte Carlo" (31), "Yorck" (31), "Quick" (32) and "Frischer Wind aus Kanada" (35).
Besides his plays for theater and film he also wrote romans and stories
which also were filmed partially. To these books belong "Die Flamme" (23),
"Im weissen Rössl" (35) and after his death "Im weissen Rössl"
(52) and "Im weissen Rössl am Wolfgangsee" (94).
Other movies from Hans Müller