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  1. Herbert Rappaport, auch Gerbert Morizewitsch Rappaport (russisch Герберт Морицевич Раппапорт; * 7. Juli 1908 in Wien; † 5. September 1983 in Leningrad; gebürtig Herbert Jacob Otto Rappaport) war ein österreichisch-sowjetischer Filmregisseur

  2. Herbert Rappaport (1908–1983), known in the Soviet Union as Gerbert Moritsevich Rappaport, was an Austrian-Soviet screenwriter and film director. Rappaport was born in 1908 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary, to Jewish parents from Lemberg (now Lviv, Ukraine). From 1927 to 1929 he studied law at University of Vienna. Rappaport worked as ...

  3. Professor Mamlock (Originaltitel: Профессор Мамлок, Professor Mamlok) ist ein sowjetischer Spielfilm unter der Regie von Herbert Rappaport und Adolf Minkin aus dem Jahr 1938 nach dem gleichnamigen Schauspiel von Friedrich Wolf aus dem Jahr 1934.

  4. Herbert Rappaport. Cheremushki (1962) Seventeen Moments in Soviet History. 4.66K subscribers. 7.3K views 9 years ago. ...more. This clip is from 1962 musical (operetta) «Cheremushki» with music...

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  5. Gerbert Rappaport, 1908 als Herbert Jacob Otto Rappaport in Wien geboren, 1983 unter nie geklärten Umständen in Leningrad gestorben, ist der einzige deutschsprachige Emigrant, der sich in der Sowjetunion dauerhaft als Filmemacher etabliert hat.

  6. Herbert Rappaport is the Director of Clinical Training in the Department of Psychology of Temple University. He has had a long-standing interest in the development and extension of European existential psychology. For the past several years he has been attempting to create viable research paradigms through which to explore existential concepts ...

  7. Herbert Rappaport (1908–1983), known in the Soviet Union as Gerbert Moritsevich Rappaport, was an Austrian-Soviet screenwriter and film director. Rappaport was born in 1908 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary, to Jewish parents from Lemberg (now Lviv, Ukraine).