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Arthur Dreifuss (1908–1993)

German-born choreographer Arthur Dreifuss emigrated to the US in 1928, eventually becoming a theatrical producer in New York City. He went to Hollywood, first as a dance director in the 1930s, then from 1939 directing a steady stream of B-movies, initially for Poverty Row company PRC (Producer's Releasing Corporation), then for prolific low-budget... See full bio »

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 1967 The Love-Ins
 1966 Murder in Amsterdam (as Arthur Dreyfuss)
 1955 Secret File, U.S.A. (TV Series) (18 episodes)
- Mission Vienna (1955)
- Mission Traitor (1955)
- Mission Rhino (1955)
 1953 The Ford Television Theatre (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1949 Shamrock Hill
 1948 Mary Lou
 1948 Glamour Girl
 1947 Follow That Music (Short)
 1947 Vacation Days
 1946 Betty Co-Ed
 1946/I Junior Prom
 1945 Prison Ship
 1943 Campus Rhythm
 1943 Melody Parade
 1943 Sarong Girl
 1943 Dancing on the Stars (Short)
 1942 The Pay Off
 1942 I Got Her in the Mail (Short)
 1939 Yankee Doodle Home (Short) (as Arthur Dreyfuss)
 1939 Montmartre Madness (Short)
 1939 Double Deal
 1939 A Night at the Troc (Short)
 1939 A Night in a Music Hall (Short)
 1937 Murder in Swingtime (Short)
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