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Birth date and age: March 9, 1877, Sehradice, Czech Republic Death date: April 18, 1943, Juan-les-Pins, France The place of birth (POB): Sehraditz, Moravia, Austria-Hungary [now Sehradice, Czech Republic] Profession:Soundtrack, Writer, Music Department Movies:The Rose of Stamboul Height, Weight
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Julius Brammer (9 March 1877 вЂ“ 18 April 1943) was an Austrian librettist and lyricist. Some of his better-known works were written in conjunction with the composers Emmerich KГЎlmГЎn, Oscar Straus, Leo Ascher, Edmund Eysler and Robert Stolz.Brammer was born in Sehraditz, Moravia (now: Sehradice near ZlГn), the son of Hermann and Julie. He trained as an actor and first appeared in the Staatstheater am GГ¤rtnerplatz in Munich. He later transferred to Vienna where he became involved in operetta productions at the Theater an der Wien. From 1908 he concentrated on writing libretti, often with Alfred GrГјnwald, and became one of the leading creative artists of the Vienna Silver Operetta Period (about 1900 to 1920).After the Anschluss, as a Jew, he was forced to emigrate and went to Paris, and after the fall of that city to the unoccupied south of France, where he died in Juan-les-Pins.One of his most enduring numbers, still popular in several translations, is SchГ¶ner Gigolo, armer Gigolo, in English Just a Gigolo (lyrics by Julius Brammer, music by Leonello Casucci). It was recorded by many musicians of the time, including Bing Crosby, Louis Armstrong, Dajos BГ©la and Richard Tauber, later by Louis Prima, and is still being recorded in different languages. The song appeared in a 1931 film, a 1932 Betty Boop cartoon, a 1978 movie and a 1993 TV-series, all titled after the song.