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John S. Detlie (1908–2005)

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Nominated for 1 Oscar. See more awards »

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 1942 The War Against Mrs. Hadley (associate art director)
 1942 Panama Hattie (associate art director)
 1942 Crossroads (associate art director)
 1942 I Married an Angel (associate art director)
 1941 The Chocolate Soldier (associate art director)
 1941 Lady Be Good (associate art director)
 1941 The Bad Man (associate art director)
 1941 Andy Hardy's Private Secretary (associate art director)
 1940 Bitter Sweet (associate art director)
 1940 Strike Up the Band (associate art director)
 1940 Edison, the Man (associate art director)
 1940 Broadway Melody of 1940 (associate art director)
 1939 Another Thin Man (associate art director)
 1939 On Borrowed Time (associate art director)
 1939 Lucky Night (associate art director)
 1938 A Christmas Carol (associate art director - as John Detlie)
 1938 Three Loves Has Nancy (associate art director - as John Detlie)
 1938 Hold That Kiss (associate art director - as John Detlie)
 1938 Test Pilot (associate art director - as John Detlie)
 1938 Everybody Sing (associate art director - uncredited)
 1937 Saratoga (associate art director - as John Detlie)
 1937 A Family Affair (associate art director - as John Detlie)
 1937 Mama Steps Out (associate art director - as John Detlie)
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John Detlie
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He earned degrees in architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. See more »

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Capricorn

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