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Artur Guttmann (1891–1945)

Artur Guttmann was born on August 27, 1891 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary. He is known for his work on The Son of the Sheik (1926), Enemy of Women (1944) and Man braucht kein Geld (1932). He died on September 3, 1945 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1944 Enemy of Women (as Arthur Guttman)
 1940 I Take This Woman (as Arthur Guttmann)
 1932 Ballhaus goldener Engel (as Arthur Guttmann)
 1932 The Sorceror
 1931 Duty Is Duty
 1931/I Trapeze
 1931/II Grock
 1931 True Jacob
 1931/I Grock
 1931 Danton
 1930 Love Songs
 1930 L'autre
 1930 Rendez-Vous
 1930 Der Andere
 1929 Autobus Nr. 2
 1928 Looping the Loop (1928)
 1928 Schuldig
 1928 The Old Fritz
 1927 Fabulous Lola
 1926 The Son of the Sheik (as Arthur H. Gutman, 1937)
 1925 Tumbleweeds (1939, uncredited)
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Stage Play: Suzette. Musical comedy. Libretto by Roy Dixon. Musical Director: Artur Gutmann. Music by Artur Gutmann. Music orchestrated by Artur Guttmann (credited as Arthur Gutman) and Carl Kiefert. Scenic Design by Golding Studios. Costume Design by Brooks Costume Company and Eaves Costume Company. Musical Staging by Larry Ceballos [... See more »

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Alternate Names:

Arthur H. Gutman | Arthur Gutmann | Arthur Guttman | Arthur Guttmann
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Trivia:

Gutmann was brought to the U.S. in 1937 by the MGM Studios and served as musical director and composer for a number of films including 1938's, The Great Waltz (1938).

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Virgo

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