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Mary Ellen Bute (1906–1983)

Mary Ellen Bute was born on November 21, 1906 in Houston, Texas, USA. She was a director and writer, known for Passages from James Joyce's Finnegans Wake (1966), Early Women Filmmakers (2017) and Color Rhapsodie (1948). She was married to Ted Nemeth. She died on October 17, 1983 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Color Rhapsodie Director
Mood Contrasts Director


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 1958 Imaginations (Short)
 1953 Mood Contrasts (Short)
 1952 Abstronic (Short)
 1950 Pastoral (Short)
 1948 Color Rhapsodie (Short)
 1947 Polka Graph (Short)
 1940 Spook Sport (Short)
 1940 Tarantella (Short)
 1937 Parábola (Short)
 1937 Escape (Short)
 1936 Dada (Short)
 1936 Synchromy No. 2 (Short)
 1935 Rhythm in Light (Short)
 1934 Synchromy No. 1 (Short)
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