Hartmut Joachim Gustav Grund (born 1 November 1917 in Hamburg – 28 January 2004 in Munich) was a German screenwriter and film producer. Hartmut Grund mostly worked for German television. Shortly after the foundation of the Norddeutscher Rundfunk he wrote screenplays for NDR Fernsehen After the publication of the novel Six Games in 1955, Grund moved from Hamburg to Berlin, where he worked primarily as a dramaturge at UFA Studio- und Montage GmbH. In 1962 he moved to Munich. Later he went to Hessische Rundfunk and became head of the TV Play department. There, together with Heinz Ungureit and Franz Everschor, he set up the ARD film editorship. Then he went back to Munich for Bavaria Film and headed the production department there for almost 20 years. With reason several series were created, to which he contributed as a screenwriter or dramaturge. In the 1980s he took over the development for the WDR-Tatort with Commissioner Schimanski, played by Götz George. He also worked long after his retirement as a dramaturge, scriptwriter and producer for the crime scene until he had to stop due to an illness.
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Zahn um Zahn (1985)
Manure and Gillyflowers (1978)
Scene of the Crime (1970)
Der neue Mann (1965)
Mylord weiß sich zu helfen (1958)
Oberst Chabert (1956)
Drei Väter (1955)
Die letzte Nacht der Titanic (1955)
Insel ohne Moral (1950)
Deathday2004-01-28 (86 years old)
Place of birthHamburg, Germany
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