Louis H. Chrispijn

Louis H. Chrispijn
Louis Chrispijn sr.
Born Louis Hermanus Chrispijn
May 13, 1854
Died November 1, 1926(1926-11-01) (aged 72)
Years active 1913-1915
Spouse Christine van Meeteren (?-?)

Louis Chrispijn sr. (May 13, 1854, Amsterdam – November 1, 1926, Amsterdam) was a Dutch actor, writer and director. Together with M.H. Laddé, Willy Mullens, Maurits Binger and Theo Frenkel he was one of the pioneers of early Dutch cinema.

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  • De bloemen, die de ziel vertroosten — De Bloemen die de Ziel Vertroosten Directed by Louis H. Chrispijn Release date(s) July 3, 1914 Running time 10 minutes Country …   Wikipedia

  • The Living Ladder — Directed by Maurits Binger and Louis H. Chrispijn Written by Maurits Binger Release date(s) January 24, 1913 …   Wikipedia

  • Zijn viool — De Stradivarus Directed by Maurits Binger, Louis H. Chrispijn Release date(s) March 20, 1914 Country Netherlands …   Wikipedia

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  • De vrouw Clasina — Directed by Maurits Binger Release date(s) 1915 Country Netherlands Language Silent …   Wikipedia

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