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Oskar Sala (1910–2002)

Oskar Sala was born on July 18, 1910 in Greiz, Thuringia, Germany. He is known for his work on Petrol-Carburant-Kraftstoff (1965), Kiss My Blood (1998) and The Death Ray of Dr. Mabuse (1964). He died on February 26, 2002 in Berlin, Germany. See full bio »


(age 91) in Berlin, Germany

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 2001 Window with a View (Short)
 2000 Kingdom of Poet O (Short documentary)
 2000 Tatort (TV Series) (1 episode)
 2000/III The Box (Short) (original score)
 1998 Kiss My Blood
 1993 Das letzte U-Boot (TV Movie)
 1992 Gestern war heute noch morgen (TV Movie documentary)
 1971 Unterwegs nach Kathmandu (TV Movie)
 1967 Mit Licht schreiben - Photographein (Documentary short)
 1965 Kaum zu glauben (Short)
 1965 Krampus und Angelika (TV Movie)
 1963 Sounding the Surface (Short)
 1962 Vulkanisches Antlitz (Documentary short)
 1961 Tagebuch eines Reporters (Short)
 1960 Geheimnis eines Stahls (Short)
 1960 Druckgefäß Kahl (Short)
 1960 Das magische Band (Documentary short)
 1957 Schöpfung ohne Ende (Short)
 1943 Armer Hansi (Short)
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Other Works:

Album, "My Fascinating Instrument," Fax Records PS 08/76, 1995. See more »

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1 Biographical Movie | See more »

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Known for developing and mastering the trautonium, billed as the world's first electronic musical instrument on its invention in 1929. See more »

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