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Fritz Arno Wagner (1894–1958)

Regarded as one of the foremost exponents of cinematic expressionism in the 1920's, Fritz Arno Wagner was trained at the Ecole de Beaux Arts in Paris and began in the film industry working for Pathé Freres in 1910. Within just two years, he was promoted to head Pathé's offices in Vienna, and, subsequently, in Berlin. He briefly worked out of New ... See full bio »

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 1958 Wehe wenn sie losgelassen... (uncredited)
 1957 Liebe, Jazz und Übermut (as Fritz-Arno Wagner)
 1955 Hotel Adlon
 1955 Die Frau des Botschafters (as Otto Wagner)
 1954 Clivia
 1954 Aus eigener Kraft (Documentary)
 1954 Eternal Love
 1952 1. April 2000
 1951 Torreani
 1950 Wonderful Times (Documentary)
 1949 Die Brücke
 1945 Befreite Musik (Documentary short)
 1943 Lache Bajazzo
 1941 Ohm Krüger
 1940 Feinde
 1935 Amphitryon
 1933 Flüchtlinge
 1933 Spies at Work
 1933 La chanson d'une nuit (as Wagner)
 1931/II Ronny
 1931/I Ronny
 1931 Kameradschaft
 1931 M
 1931 The 3 Penny Opera (as F.A. Wagner)
 1930 The Pursuit of Happiness (Short)
 1930 Westfront 1918 (as F.A. Wagner, photographed by)
 1929 Waterloo
 1928 Spies
 1927 Natur und Liebe (Documentary)
 1927 Am Rande der Welt (as F.A. Wagner)
 1927 Liebeshandel
 1926 Adventure Mad
 1922 Lebenshunger
 1922 Der brennende Acker (first half)
 1922 Bardame
 1922 Nosferatu (as F.A. Wagner, photographed by)
 1921 Pariserinnen
 1921 Der müde Tod
 1921 Arme Violetta
 1921 The Haunted Castle (as Fritz A. Wagner)
 1920 Das Martyrium
 1919 Vendetta
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F.A. Wagner | Fritz A. Wagner | Fritz-Arno Wagner | Otto Wagner | Wagner

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He continued his film career during World War II with "Robert Koch, der Bekämpfer des Todes" (1939), "Der Fuchs von Glenarvon" (1940), "Friedrich Schiller" (1940) and "Ohm Krüger" (1941). See more »

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