Series: Rembrandt-Reihe

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Paul Wegener by Herbert Pfeiffer1
Käthe Dorsch by Ludwig Berger2
Lilli Palmer by Joachim Weno4
Gert Reinholm by Heinz Helmut Kellermann6
Ernst Schröder by Ludwig Berger9
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau by Friedrich Herzfeld10
Puppen- und Zeichenfilm oder Walt Disneys aufsässige Erben by Reinold E. Thiel15
Bolschoi-Ballett : das Ballett des Großen Akademischen Theaters der UdSSR in Moskau by Horst Koegler16
Maria Callas : oder Die Primadonna by Friedrich Herzfeld18
Ernst Deutsch by Hugo Zehder21
Das neue Bayreuth by Friedrich Herzfeld22
Ballettzentrum Paris by Klaus Geitel24
Tanz und Film by Arthur Maria Rabenalt25
Berlin, zwanziger Jahre by Herbert Pfeiffer26
Erna Berger : Die singende Botschafterin by Karla Höcker29
Leonard Bernstein by Artur Holde31
Renata Tebaldi by Walter Panofsky32
Chanson de Paris oder Die Stadt des Nachtlebens by Dieter Eberhard Schmidt34
Igor Strawinsky by Friedrich Herzfeld35
Metropolitan Opera House, New York : die Geschichte eines Musikzentrums by Artur Holde36
Avantgarde : Theater aus Frankreich, modern oder Mode. Adamov, Audiberti, Beckett, Genêt, Ionesco, Schehadé, Tardieu, Vauthier, Arrabal, Vian, Pichette by Karl Günter Simon37
Englisches Theater : Bilder aus drei Jahrhunderten by Klaus J. Lemmer40
Teatro alla Scala : die Geschichte der Mailänder Oper by Giovanna Kessler44
Stars auf Spitze : Primaballerinen von heute by Klaus Geitel45
Französisches Barock-Theater im Bild by Klaus Joachim Lemmer46
Der Tänzer heute by Klaus Geitel51
Der Tänzer Rudolf Nurejew by Klaus Geitel55
Das Abenteuer Béjart by Klaus Geitel60

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