Hanns Kräly

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Hanns Kräly
Born (1884-01-16)January 16, 1884
Hamburg, Germany
Died November 11, 1950(1950-11-11) (aged 66)
Los Angeles, United States
Occupation Screenwriter, Journalist
Years active 1915-1942

Hanns Kräly (January 16, 1884 – November 11, 1950), credited in the United States as Hans Kraly, was a German actor and screenwriter. His main collaborations were with director Ernst Lubitsch, and they worked together on 30 films between 1915 and 1929. Kräly is also notable for his comedy play Kohlhiesel's Daughters which has been turned into films on a number of occasions.

Kräly was nominated for three Academy Awards for writing. He won the award for Adapted Screenplay with The Patriot in 1930. He was also nominated for the adapted screenplay of The Last of Mrs. Cheyney, also in 1930, and for Original Screenplay of One Hundred Men and a Girl in 1937. Additional screenwriting credits include Private Lives and Just a Gigolo, both released in 1931.

Selected filmography

Screenwriter

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