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Eli Lotar (1905–1969)

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He was an illegitimate child of Tudor Argezi, a great Romanian writer. He was born in Paris, in 1905, after Argezi's affair with Constanta Zissu, a girl school teacher. He married her in 1912, to legalize the child, but they divorced in 1915. He was raised by Arghezi's mother, Erghezi Rozalia. At 19 years, he left his family and never reconnected ...

Born:

in Paris, France

Died:

(age 64) in Paris, France

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Known For

Caprelles et Pantopodes
Caprelles et Pantopodes Cinematographer
(1930)
Ténérife
Ténérife Cinematographer
(1932)
L'affaire est dans le sac
L'affaire est dans le sac Camera and Electrical Department
(1932)
Aubervilliers
Aubervilliers Cinematographer
(1946)

Filmography

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 1946 Aubervilliers (Documentary short)
 1946 L'homme (Short)
 1933 Nieuwe gronden (Documentary short)
 1933 Las Hurdes (Documentary short)
 1932 Ténérife (Documentary short)
 1930 Caprelles et Pantopodes (Short) (photography)
 1930 Crevettes (Short) (photographed by)
Hide Hide Show Show Camera and Electrical Department (4 credits)
 1939 Violons d'Ingres (Short) (additional photographer)
 1937 Confessions of a Newlywed (camera operator)
 1936 A Day in the Country (Short) (still photographer - as Lotar)
 1932 L'affaire est dans le sac (camera operator)
Hide Hide Show Show Director (3 credits)
 1946 Aubervilliers (Documentary short)
 1932 Ténérife (Documentary short)
 1930 Caprelles et Pantopodes (Short)
 1932 Fanny (assistant director - uncredited)
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Lotar
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Trivia:

He was an illegitimate child of Tudor Argezi, a great Romanian writer. He was born in Paris, in 1905, after Argezi's affair with Constanta Zissu, a girl school teacher. He married her in 1912, to legalize the child, but they divorced in 1915. He was raised by Arghezi's mother, Erghezi Rozalia. At 19 years, he left his family and never reconnected with them.

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