Category:Wolfgang Menge

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Wolfgang Menge (1924–2012) was an influential screenwriter, journalist, co-founder and host of "3 nach 9", which is the longest-serving chat-show in German television. He won various awards including:

  • 1966: “Jakob-Kaiser-Preis” for the drama “Begründung eines Urteils” as best television broadcast. IMDb
  • 1973: “Fernsehfilmpreis der Deutschen Akademie der Darstellenden Künste” for the screenplay of “Smog”. IMDb
  • 1991: “Fernsehfilmpreis der Deutschen Akademie der Darstellenden Künste” for the screenplay of “Ende der Unschuld”. IMDb
  • 1998: “Schillerpreis der Stadt Mannheim
  • 2002: “Deutscher Fernsehpreis” (German Television Award), “Ehrenpreis der Stifter” (founders' honorary award).


Wolfgang Menge 
German television director
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Date of birth10 April 1924
Berlin
Date of death17 October 2012
Berlin
Place of burial
Country of citizenship
Occupation
Employer
Award received
  • Ernst Reuter Prize
  • Q1379827 (1998)
Authority control
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