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Biography (print)

Scott Eyman. Ernst Lubitsch. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1993.

William Paul. Ernst Lubitsch's American Comedy. New York: Columbia University Press, 1983.

Robert Carringer, Barry Sabath. Ernst Lubitsch: A Guide to References and Resources. G.K. Hall, 1981.

Leland Pogue. The Cinema of Ernst Lubitsch. A.S. Barnes, 1978.

Ernst Paalas Prinzler. Lubitsch. Munich, Germany: Verlag C.J. Bucher GmbH, 1984/1987. ISBN 3765804371

Sabine Hake. Passions and Deceptions: The Early Films of Ernst Lubitsch. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1992.

Herman G. Weinberg. The Lubitsch Touch. New York: Dutton, 1968.

Bernard Eisenschitz. Lubitsch 1892 - 1947. Paris: Anthology du Cinema, 1967.

Mario Verdone. Ernst Lubitsch. Lyon: Serdoc, 1964.

Biographical movies
Lubitsch Junior (1990) (TV)

Looking for Ernst Lubitsch (2002) (TV)

Ernst Lubitsch in Berlin - Von der Schönhauser Allee nach Hollywood (2006) (V)

Ernst Lubitsch and Pola Negri (2002) (TV)

Cleveland Plain Dealer (USA)1 November 2013, pg. T10, by: Clint O'Connor, "8 of Lubitsch's classic comedies at Cinematheque"
The Wall Street Journal (USA)25 October 2008, pg. W12, by: David Propson, "A Bubbly Mix of Zaniness and Doom: It took the Lubitsch touch to turn the original 'To Be or Not to Be' into a comedy classic."
Griffithiana (Italy)October 1990, Iss. 38/39, pg. 60, "Kino-Lieblinge"
Filmspiegel (East Germany)30 April 1987, Vol. 10/1987, pg. 26-27, by: Michael Hanisch, "Berliner Filmgeschichte - Er kam aus der Schönauser Allee: Ernst Lubitsch"
Films in Review (USA)October 1984, Vol. XXXV, Iss. 10, pg. 474-477, by: Richard Traubner, "LBubitsch Returns to Berlin"
Films in Review (USA)October 1984, Vol. XXXV, Iss. 10, pg. 474-477, by: Richard Traubner, "Lubitsch Returns to Berlin"
New York Times (USA)1 December 1947, pg. 21:1, "E. Lubitsch Dead; Film Producer, 55; Director and Actor Introduced Negri, Jannings on Screen--Was Noted for 'Touch'"
Motion Picture Classic (USA)October 1928, pg. 33, 76, by: Herbert Cruikshank, "The Troubadour of Silent Song; Although Working with Modern Mechanisms Ernst Lubitsch Is a Mediaeval Minstrel"
Motion Picture Classic (USA)November 1927, pg. 28-29, 68, by: Paul Thompson, "It's Always Fair Weather; A Toast to 'The Student Prince'"
Cinema Art (USA)October 1927, pg. 16-17, by: Robert Grosvenor, "Ernst Lubitsch Looks at Life and the Cinema"
Screenland (USA)September 1927, pg. 32-33, 88, 90, by: Rob Wagner, "The Foreign Legion [Germans] of Hollywood"
Moving Picture World (USA)2 May 1927, pg. 829, "Lubitsch to Go to Europe for Camera Shots"
Moving Picture World (USA)2 May 1927, pg. 787, "Lubitsch Going Abroad"
Moving Picture World (USA)4 September 1926, pg. 3, "Warners Sell Balance of Lubitsch Contract [with M-G-M and Paramount]"
Moving Picture World (USA)14 August 1926, pg. 2, ill, "Lubitsch Signs with Famous Players-Lasky"
Motion Picture Classic (USA)August 1926, pg. 24-25, 66, 83, by: Matthew Josephson, "Masters of the Motion Picture; There Is a Handful of Directors Who Have Developed a Complete Character of Their Own as an Art..."
Moving Picture World (USA)10 July 1926, pg. 3, "Lubitsch Recuperating [kidney stone]"
Moving Picture World (USA)10 April 1926, pg. 427, "Lubitsch Star's Work on 'Revillon' for Warner Bros."
Moving Picture World (USA)6 March 1926, pg. 2, "Unique Honor for Lubitsch"
Moving Picture World (USA)30 January 1926, pg. 441, "Lubitsch to Make 'The Door Mat' for Warners"
Moving Picture World (USA)23 January 1926, pg. 2, "Lubitsch Ill [kidney trouble]"
Moving Picture World (USA)14 November 1925, pg. 125, "Lubitsch Plans Biggest Film; American Spectacle"
Moving Picture World (USA)14 November 1925, pg. 124, "Lubitsch Seeks Citizenship"
Moving Picture World (USA)7 November 1925, pg. 52, "Pay Visit to President [on 18 Oct.]"
Moving Picture World (USA)24 October 1925, pg. 634, ill, "Star [Irene Rich] and Director Guests of the Warners in New York"
Moving Picture World (USA)17 January 1925, pg. 280, "Twelfth Year for Lubitsch"
Moving Picture World (USA)31 May 1924, pg. 449, "Lubitsch to Direct One for F.P.L."
Movie Weekly (USA)5 April 1924, pg. 13, 29, by: Earl Canning, "Hollywood Directors Jealous of Lubitsch"
Moving Picture World (USA)8 March 1924, pg. 113, "Lubitsch to Direct Pola Negri"
Classic (USA)March 1924, pg. 38-39, 78, by: Alison Smith, "Movies and the Melting Pot; Four Foreign Personalities Who Heald a Renaissance on the American Screen [Lubitsch, Richard Ordynski, Svend Gade and Victor Seastrom]"
Moving Picture World (USA)15 September 1923, pg. 276, "Director Lubitsch Also Has an Eye for Business"
Moving Picture World (USA)1 September 1923, pg. 68, "Lubitsch to Direct"
Moving Picture World (USA)30 June 1923, pg. 746, "Ernst Lubitsch Will Produce Several Features for Warners"
Moving Picture World (USA)27 January 1923, pg. 379, "Likes Her Work [Marion Davies]"
Moving Picture World (USA)7 January 1922, pg. 53-54, ill, by: Sumner Smith, "Ernst Lubitsch Describes Novel Method of Preparing a Picture for Production"
Moving Picture World (USA)31 December 1921, pg. 1075, "Lubitsch Due Here to Study American Methods"

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