Douglas Sirk

Biography

Douglas Sirk (born Hans Detlef Sierck; April 26, 1897 – January 14, 1987) was a Danish-German film director best known for his work in Hollywood melodramas in the 1950s.

29 titles Directing Writing

7.9

Imitation of Life

1959 · Director

7.8

A Time to Love and a Time to Die

1958 · Director

6.4

Interlude

1957 · Director

7.2

The Tarnished Angels

1957 · Director

6.4

Battle Hymn

1957 · Director

7.6

There's Always Tomorrow

1956 · Director

7.5

Written on the Wind

1956 · Director

7.7

All That Heaven Allows

1955 · Director

6.3

Captain Lightfoot

1955 · Director

5.8

Taza, Son of Cochise

1954 · Director

6.1

Sign of the Pagan

1954 · Director

7.1

Magnificent Obsession

1954 · Director

7.1

All I Desire

1953 · Director

6.7

Take Me to Town

1953 · Director

6.5

Meet Me at the Fair

1953 · Director

7.2

Has Anybody Seen My Gal?

1952 · Director

6.5

No Room for the Groom

1952 · Director

7.0

Thunder on the Hill

1951 · Director

6.3

The Lady Pays Off

1951 · Director

6.7

The First Legion

1951 · Director

6.1

Week-End With Father

1951 · Director

5.8

Mystery Submarine

1950 · Director

6.6

Shockproof

1949 · Director

6.4

Slightly French

1949 · Director

6.9

Sleep, My Love

1948 · Director

7.0

Lured

1947 · Director

6.8

A Scandal in Paris

1946 · Director

6.8

Summer Storm

1944 · Director

6.6

Hitler's Madman

1943 · Director

6.5

Wilton's Zoo Boefje

1939 · Director

6.7

Accord final

1938 · Director

6.9

To New Shores Zu neuen Ufern

1937 · Director

6.1

La Habanera

1937 · Director

5.1

Das Hofkonzert

1936 · Director

6.8

Final Accord Schlußakkord

1936 · Director

6.4

April, April!

1935 · Director

6.9

Pillars of Society Stützen der Gesellschaft

1935 · Director

6.9

The Girl from the Marsh Croft Das Mädchen vom Moorhof

1935 · Director

3 titles Directing Writing

6.8

Summer Storm

1944 · Adaptation

Dreiklang

1938 · Writer

6.9

To New Shores Zu neuen Ufern

1937 · Writer

5.1

Das Hofkonzert

1936 · Writer

6.8

Final Accord Schlußakkord

1936 · Writer