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Louis F. Gottschalk (1864–1934)


His father, Louis Gottschalk, was governor of the state of Missouri. See more trivia »

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Known For

Orphans of the Storm
The Three Musketeers
The New Wizard of Oz
The Patchwork Girl of Oz


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 1929 Rainbow Man (uncredited)
 1924 Romola
 1923 A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate (uncredited)
 1923 Rosita
 1922 Shadows
 1921 The Three Musketeers (musical score by)
 1916 Honor's Altar
 1915 The Despoiler
 1914 The Magic Cloak (Short)
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Stage Play: Dream City. Musical comedy/opera. Music by Victor Herbert. Musical Direction by Louis F. Gottschalk. Book by Edgar Smith. Lyrics by Edgar Smith. Directed by Al Holbrook. Weber's Music Hall: 24 Dec 1906- 23 Mar 1907 (102 performances). Produced by Joe Weber. See more »

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Alternate Names:

L.F. Gottschalk | Louis Gottschalk

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Louis F. Gottschalk was a friend of L(yman) Frank Baum, the Wizard of Oz creator. They formed what they called "The Uplifters, " the full name of which was "Lofty and Exalted Order of Uplifters." The members met socially at the Los Angeles Atheletic Club, and somewhere along the line decided to form the Oz Film Manufacturing Co. They were right in there with Universal and Paramount at the start, ... See more »

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