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Wolfram Röhrig (1916–1998)

Wolfram Röhrig was born in 1916 in Halle, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. He was a composer, known for Die Familie Hesselbach (1954), Rommel ruft Kairo (1959) and Immer wenn es Nacht wird (1961). He died in 1998 in Esslingen am Neckar, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. See full bio »

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 1964 Der große Schmuggel (Short)
 1957 Der ideale Untermieter (as Wolf Droysen)
 1956 Das Horoskop der Familie Hesselbach (as Wolf Droysen)
 1956 Herr Hesselbach und die Firma (as Wolf Droysen)
 1955 Familie Hesselbach im Urlaub (as Wolf Droysen)
 1954 Die Familie Hesselbach (as Wolf Droysen)
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 1961 The Never Never Murder (Short) (music: "Persecution Mania" - as Wolf Droysen, uncredited)
 1961 The Square Mile Murder (Short) (music: "Terror" - uncredited)
 1959 Plan 9 from Outer Space (music: "Uneasy Sleep", "Generator House" - uncredited)
 1958 The Tunnel of Love (music: "Midway Break" - uncredited)
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 1953 Tele-Brettl (TV Series)
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- Episode #1.2 (1953) ... Himself
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1951 Head of the department for light music of the SDR (Sueddeutscher Rundfunk), Stuttgart, (today: SWR). During this time important promoter of jazz music. 1966 president of the German Jazz Federation (Deutsche Jazz Foederation).

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Wolf Droysen

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