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Ernst Lubitsch

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Ernst Lubitsch (January 28, 1892 – November 30, 1947) was a German-born  film director. His urbane comedies of manners gave him the reputation of being Hollywood's most elegant and sophisticated director; as his prestige grew, his films were promoted as having "the Lubitsch touch." In 1947 he received an Honorary Academy Award for his distinguished contributions to the art of the motion picture, and he was nominated 3 times for Best Director. Description above from the Wikipedia article Ernst Lubitsch, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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Родился:
Jan 28, 1892 в Berlin, Germany
Кино / ТВ Кредиты:
19
Впервые появился:
на movie Die Firma heiratet 1914-01-02
Последний проект:
Кино Ernst Lubitsch in Berlin - Von der Schönhauser Allee nach Hollywood 2006-09-22
Известный в фильмах
Poster of Церемония вручения премии «Оскар»
Poster of Als ich tot war
Poster of Fräulein Piccolo
Poster of Die Firma heiratet
Фильмография
Кино Ernst Lubitsch in Berlin - Von der Schönhauser Allee nach Hollywood Himself (archive footage) 2006-09-22
Series Церемония вручения премии «Оскар» Unknown 1953-03-18
Кино Магазинчик за углом Himself - Director - in Trailer 1940-01-11
Кино Der ewige Jude 1940-11-28
Кино Ниночка Himself - Director in Trailer 1939-10-06
Кино The Merry Widow Himself - Director in Trailer (uncredited) 1934-11-02
Кино Sumurun Yeggar - the Hunchback Beggar 1920-09-01
Кино Der Fall Rosentopf Sally 1918-09-19
Кино Ossis Tagebuch 1917-10-05
Кино Der Blusenkönig 1917-11-02
Кино Wenn vier dasselbe tun Bit Role 1917-11-16
Кино Als ich tot war Ernst Lubitsch 1916-02-25
Кино Schuhpalast Pinkus Sally Pinkus 1916-06-09
Кино Fräulein Piccolo Pinkeles 1915-06-02
Кино Robert und Bertram, die lustigen Vagabunden Kommis Max Edelstein 1915-08-12
Кино Die Firma heiratet 1914-01-02
Кино Eine venezianische Nacht 1914-04-15
Кино Der Stolz der Firma Siegmund Lachmann 1914-04-30
Кино Das Mirakel 1914-05-15