Bertolt Brecht vs Akio Nitori

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Net worth 2018
$4.84 Billion
Writers
Industry
Fashion & Retail
Augsburg, German Empire
Residence
Hokkaido, Japan
German
Country
Japan
10/02/1898
BirthDay
August 14, 1956
Died On
Munich University
Education
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
1956

At the time of his death in 1956, he left behind several unfinished plays and also plays that had been completed but had not yet been produced

1944

‘The Caucasian Chalk Circle’ is a play he wrote in 1944 while he was in the U

1943

In 1943, he wrote the script for his only Hollywood film, ‘Hangmen Also Die!’ The story was loosely based on the killing of Reinhard Heydrich, also known as ‘The Hangman of Prague

1939

The play ‘Mother Courage and Her Children’ which Brecht co-wrote with Margarete Steffin in 1939 is considered by some to be the greatest play of the 20th century

1937

He wrote the play ‘Life of Galileo’ between 1937 and 1939, but it could not be theatrically produced till the middle of 1940’s

1932

In the year 1932, Brecht wrote the script for ‘Kuhle Wampe’, a German film dealing with issues of unemployment and left wing politics

1930

”The character Kaspar Prockl in Lion Feuchtwanger’s 1930 novel ‘Success’ is based on him

1928

‘The Threepenny Opera’, a musical that premiered in 1928 had been translated into 18 languages and performed more than 10,000 times across European by 1933

1926

His play ‘Man Equals Man’, produced in 1926, explored the themes of war, and human identity

1923

In 1923, he wrote the script for a comic, slapstick film ‘Mysteries of a Barbershop

1922

He married actress and singer Marianne Zoff in 1922 and divorced her in 1927

1918

It was written between 1918 and 1920, and produced in 1922