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Mutz Greenbaum (1896–1968)

Died:

(age 72) in London, England, UK

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Nominated for 1 BAFTA Film Award. Another 1 win. See more awards »

Known For

Nine Days a Queen
Nine Days a Queen Cinematographer
(1936)
Hotel Reserve
Hotel Reserve Cinematographer
(1944)
Professor Larousse
(1920)
Heavens Above!
Heavens Above! Cinematographer
(1963)

Filmography

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 1963 Heavens Above! (director of photography - as Max Greene)
 1963 Sparrows Can't Sing (as Max Greene, photographed by)
 1961 The Secret Ways (as Max Greene)
 1960 The Risk (as Max Greene)
 1960 A French Mistress (as Max Greene)
 1959 The Third Man (TV Series) (director of photography - 1 episode)
- Toys of the Dead (1959) ... (director of photography - as Max Greene)
 1959 I'm All Right Jack (director of photography - as Max Greene)
 1959 Man in a Cocked Hat (as Max Greene)
 1958 The Moonraker (director of photography - as Max Greene)
 1957 Lucky Jim (director of photography - as Max Greene)
 1957 Brothers in Law (director of photography - as Max Greene)
 1956 Teenage Bad Girl (as Max Greene)
 1955 King's Rhapsody (director of photography - as Max Greene)
 1954 Let's Make Up (director of photography - as Max Greene)
 1954 Trouble in the Glen (director of photography - as Max Greene)
 1953 Laughing Anne
 1952 Trent's Last Case (as Max Greene)
 1952 Derby Day (director of photography - as Max Greene)
 1951 The Lady with a Lamp (as Max Greene)
 1950 Night and the City (director of photography - as Max Greene)
 1950 Odette (director of photography - as Max Greene)
 1949 Maytime in Mayfair (as Max Greene, photographed in Technicolor by)
 1948 Spring in Park Lane (as Max Greene)
 1948 So Evil My Love (as Max Greene)
 1947 Kathy's Love Affair (as Max Greene)
 1946 Piccadilly Incident (director of photography - as Max Greene)
 1946 Wanted for Murder (director of photography - as Max Greene)
 1945 A Yank in London (uncredited)
 1944 Hotel Reserve (uncredited)
 1943 Yellow Canary (director of photography - as Max Greene)
 1942 Thunder Rock (director of photography)
 1942 Wings and the Woman (photography)
 1942 A.J. Cronin's Hatter's Castle (as Max Greene)
 1941 Ships with Wings (interior photography)
 1941 'Pimpernel' Smith (photography)
 1941 This England (as Max Greenbaum, photographed by)
 1940 Pastor Hall
 1939 There Ain't No Justice (photography)
 1938 Old Iron
 1938/I Smiling Along
 1938 Climbing High (photography)
 1936 Doomed Cargo (as M. Greenbaum)
 1936 Nine Days a Queen (as M. Greenbaum, photography)
 1935 Car of Dreams (as M. Greenbaum)
 1935 Mister Hobo (as M. Greenbaum, photography)
 1935 Alias Bulldog Drummond (as M. Greenbaum, photography)
 1935 Oh, Daddy!
 1934 Evensong
 1934 Chu Chin Chow (as M. Greenbaum)
 1934 Alexandra (as M. Greenbaum)
 1933 It's a Boy (as M. Greenbaum)
 1932 Midshipmaid Gob (as M. Greenbaum)
 1932 There Goes the Bride (as M. Greenbaum)
 1932 Love on Wheels (as M. Greenbaum)
 1931 Hindle Wakes
 1931 77 Park Lane
 1930 Zwei Menschen
 1930 Zwei Welten
 1930 Two Worlds
 1929 Mascottchen
 1925 Sündenbabel
 1924 Prater
 1924 Das Geschöpf
 1923 Graf Cohn
 1922 Wildnis
 1921 Ich bin Du
 1920 Masken
 1920 Drei Nächte (as Max Greenbaum)
 1918 Die Glocke
 1916 Der Sumpf
 1916 Die Verkaufte Braut (Short)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

M. Greenbaum | Max Greenbaum | Max Greene
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Trivia:

Mutz Greenbaum only worked for few more German movies in the 30s. He went to London in 1931 where he often worked for the famous British movie producer Michael Balcon and he shot many movies there as a cinematographer. See more »

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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