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||July 5, 1944
||November 20, 1894
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RATE AND COMMENT
Editor of "Insbrucker Theater-Almanach"
Literary consultant to theater company at Blumenstrasse, Berlin
First film as writer, "Die Frau im Kafig"; second film as writer (co), the expressionist classic "Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari/The Cabinet of Dr. Claigari"
Declined offer to go to Hollywood with F.W. Murnau, writing scripts for Murnau's US films in Germany
Immigrated to England
Co-wrote Paul Czinner's French ("Melo") and German ("Der Traumende Mund") versions of "Melo"; also co-writer of Czinner's British remake, "Dreaming Lips" (1937)
Fled from Nazi's to England; worked as consultant on some Paul Rotha films (being credited on only a couple of them)
Served as script advisor to Filipo Del Giudice at Two Cities Films