Hungarian-born art director, a student at the Budapest Academy of Fine Arts. Affiliated with the films of director G.W. Pabst in Germany during the 1920's, he was noted for his realistic sets for Westfront 1918 (1930) and Kameradschaft (1931). Forced to leave Germany, because of his Jewish origins, he subsequently worked in England (1934-37) and ...
Died:(age 61) in Los Angeles, California, USA