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Berthold Bartosch (1893–1968)

Berthold Bartosch was born in 1893 in Polaum, Bohemia. He is known for his work on Communism (1919), The Idea (1932) and The Battle of Skagerrak (1922). He died on November 14, 1968 in Paris, France. See full bio »


(age 75) in Paris, France

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 1930 The Pursuit of Happiness (Short) (animator)
 1919 The Ornament of the Lovestruck Heart (Short) (animator)
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 1930 The Pursuit of Happiness (Short)
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 1926 The Adventures of Prince Achmed (collaborator - as Berthold Bartose)
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 2002 The Box Man (Short) (special thanks)

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Berthold Bartose

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Experimented with animated film techniques in the '30s; was best known for his symbolic short cartoon L'Idée (1932), whose rough simplicity was considered revolutionary at the time. See more »

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