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Hein Heckroth (1901–1970)

German born Hein worked as a set and costume designer for the German national ballet before moving to England in the 1940's where he designed for films such as 'Red Shoes, The (1948)' and 'Matter of Life and Death, A (1946)'. See full bio »

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Won 1 Oscar. Another 2 nominations. See more awards »

Known For

The Red Shoes
The Red Shoes Production Designer
(1948)
Torn Curtain
Torn Curtain Production Designer
(1966)
The Tales of Hoffmann
The Tales of Hoffmann Production Designer
(1951)
Hour of Glory
Hour of Glory Production Designer
(1949)

Filmography

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 1969 Undine (TV Movie)
 1968 Graf Öderland (TV Movie)
 1966 Torn Curtain
 1965 Tatort (TV Movie)
 1962 Wetter veränderlich (TV Movie)
 1962 Nur eine Karaffe (TV Movie)
 1961 Aimée (TV Movie)
 1961 Kaiser Jones (TV Movie)
 1959 Peterchen's Mondfahrt (TV Movie)
 1955 The Sorcerer's Apprentice (Short)
 1950 Gone to Earth
 1949 Hour of Glory
 1948 The Red Shoes
Show Show Costume designer (6 credits)
Show Show Writer (2 credits)
Show Show Art department (2 credits)
Show Show Art director (2 credits)
Show Show Set decorator (1 credit)
Show Show Self (1 credit)

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Film is the folklore of the 20th century. See more »

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Hein's designs for The Red Shoes (1948) are preserved in MOMA, New York and at the BFI in London. See more »

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