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Arthur Robison (1883–1935)

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American-born, of German-Jewish background. He was brought up in Germany and studied medicine at the University of Munich. Practised as a doctor, before entering films in 1914 as writer/director. Best known for the nightmarish Schatten - Eine nächtliche Halluzination (1923), an early masterpiece of German expressionist cinema.

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(age 52) in Berlin, Germany

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Der Student von Prag
(1935)
Manon Lescaut
Manon Lescaut Director
(1926)
Looping the Loop
Looping the Loop Director
(1928)

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Artur Robison

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American-born, of German-Jewish background. He was brought up in Germany and studied medicine at the University of Munich. Practised as a doctor, before entering films in 1914 as writer/director. Best known for the nightmarish Schatten - Eine nächtliche Halluzination (1923), an early masterpiece of German expressionist cinema.

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