Alfred Junge


Art Director

Biography

Outstanding art director, in England from the late 1920s; frequent collaborator with director Michael Powell.

Filmography

 

Art Director (Feature Film)

A Farewell to Arms (1957)
Production Design
The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1957)
Art Director
Invitation to the Dance (1956)
Art Director "Circus" and "Ring Around the Rosy"
Bedevilled (1955)
Art Director
Quentin Durward (1955)
Art Director
That Lady (1955)
Production Design
Crest of the Wave (1954)
Art Director
Beau Brummell (1954)
Art Director
Knights of the Round Table (1954)
Art Director
Betrayed (1954)
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Flame and the Flesh (1954)
Art Director
Mogambo (1953)
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Terror on a Train (1953)
Art Director
Never Let Me Go (1953)
Art Director
The Hour of 13 (1952)
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Ivanhoe (1952)
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Calling Bulldog Drummond (1951)
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The Miniver Story (1950)
Art Director
Conspirator (1949)
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Edward, My Son (1949)
Art Director
Haunted Honeymoon (1940)
Art Director
Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939)
Art Director
Sailing Along (1938)
Art Director
The Citadel (1938)
Art Director
The Girl Was Young (1938)
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Head over Heels in Love (1937)
Art Director
It's Love Again (1936)
Art Director
Everything Is Thunder (1936)
Art Director
Born for Glory (1935)
Art Director
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1935)
Art Director
Evensong (1934)
Art Director
Red Ensign (1934)
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Road House (1934)
Art Director
The Good Companions (1933)
Settings
I Was a Spy (1933)
Art Director

Production Designer (Feature Film)

Black Narcissus (1947)
Production Designer
A Matter of Life and Death (1947)
Production Designer
I Know Where I'm Going (1945)
Production Designer
The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943)
Production Designer

Life Events

1920

Joined UFA

1928

To England

Videos

Movie Clip

Matter Of Life And Death, A (1947) - This Is A Story Of Two Worlds Ambitious celestial animation and narration by John Longden in this framing piece from Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's A Matter of Life and Death, 1947, a.k.a. Stairway to Heaven.
Matter Of Life And Death, A (1947) - Court Of Appeal The Judge (Abraham Sofaer) and the set take center stage in Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's A Matter of Life and Death, 1947, a.k.a. Stairway to Heaven.
Matter Of Life And Death, A (1947) - All These Great Men To Choose From Brit flier Peter (David Niven) and heavenly escort "Conductor 71" (Marius Goring), himself an executed French aristocrat, on director Michael Powell's famous 266-step staircase, discuss possible advocates for his death-sentence appeal, in A Matter of Life and Death, 1947, a.k.a. Stairway to Heaven.
Matter Of Life And Death, A (1947) - G For George Following credits, from the filmmaking partners known as "The Archers" (Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger), David Niven as a British bomber pilot and Kim Hunter the American radio operator receiving his signal, in A Matter of Life and Death, 1947, a.k.a. Stairway to Heaven.
Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp, The (1943) - Whatever You Shoot Young Clive Wynne-Candy (Roger Livesey) returned from the Boer War, welcomed by Aunt Margaret (Muriel Aked, with servant Phyllis Morris) with a suggestion he follows, time flying, trick photography, from Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp, 1943.
Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp, The (1943) - You Are Livingstone, I Presume? Candy (Roger Livesey) meets Edith (Deborah Kerr) in Berlin, just about perfectly cast in her first appearance in her earliest (of three) characters in Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, 1943.
Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, The (1943) - Opening, Total War, Isn't It? A variation on the usual "Archers" open (with no arrow!), then a clever embroidery theme for the credits, then the roaring military-musical motorcycling sequence, opening Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's celebrated The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp, 1943.
Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp, The (1943) - Fighting Positions Candy (Roger Livesey) is obliged to duel a German officer (Anton Walbrook) drawn by lot, advised by Colonel Borg (Theodor Zichy), memorably staged by director Michael Powell, in the Boer War segment of The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp, 1943.
Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp, The (1943) - Forty Years Ago Part of the opening narrative device, home guard squad led by "Spud" Wilson (James McKechnie) arresting the elder General Wynne-Candy (Roger Livesey) at a Turkish bath, from Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp, 1943.
I Know Where I'm Going (1945) - Never In A Gale! Bridie (Margot Fitzsimons) then Cotriona (Pamela Brown) and Torquil (Roger Livesey) try to persuade Joan (Wendy Hiller) not to sail for the island in a gale, in Michael Powell's I Know Where I'm Going, 1945.
Betrayed (1954) - The Starchy Look Dutch resistance agent Deventer (Clark Gable) getting re-oriented after being rescued from Nazi captors by freelance French fighter "The Scarf," (Victor Mature), in MGM's Betrayed, 1954, shot on location in Holland by Freddie Young.
Canterbury Tale, A (1944) - Another Kind Of Pilgrim Writing, directing and producing team Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger with their distinctive opening, Esmond Knight narrating,from the wartime A Canterbury Tale, 1944, starring Eric Portman, Sheila Sim and Dennis Price.

Trailer

Crest of the Wave - (Original Trailer) An American demolitions expert (Gene Kelly) creates waves when he heads a British Royal Navy project in Crest of the Wave (1954).
Farewell to Arms, A (1957) - (Original Trailer) A Farewell to Arms (1957), Ernest Hemingway's story of an affair between an English nurse an an American soldier on the Italian front during World War I.
Beau Brummell (1954) - (Original Trailer) An English Don Juan (Stewart Granger) courts the Prince of Wales's favor while romancing his way through society in Beau Brummell (1954).
Haunted Honeymoon - (Original Trailer) The wedding celebration of British sleuth Sir Peter Wimsey (Robert Montgomery) is cut short by the discovery of a murdered man in his honeymoon cottage.
Betrayed - (Original Trailer) During World War II, a U.S. officer falls for a Resistance fighter suspected of being an enemy spy in Betrayed (1954) starring Clark Gable and a brunette Lana Turner.
Bedevilled - (Original Trailer) A novice priest offers sanctuary to Anne Baxter who is on the run from gangsters in Bedevilled (1955).
Calling Bulldog Drummond - (Original Trailer) Walter Pidgeon plays the famed British sleuth in Calling Bulldog Drummond (1951).
Barretts of Wimpole Street, The (1957) - (Original Trailer) Poet Elizabeth Barrett defies her tyrannical father for the love of Robert Browning in The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1957).
Quentin Durward, The Adventures of - (Original Trailer) Robert Taylor is Sir Walter Scott's medieval hero in The Adventures Of Quentin Durward (1955).
Miniver Story, The - (Original Trailer) Life in post-war England is the subject of The Miniver Story (1950), the sequel to the Best Picture winner Mrs. Miniver (1942).
Ivanhoe - (Original Trailer) Robert Taylor stars in Ivanhoe (1952), Sir Walter Scott's classic tale of the noble knight torn between his fair lady (Joan Fontaine) and a beautiful Jew (Elizabeth Taylor).
Knights of the Round Table - (Original Trailer) Technical language and fanfare in the trailer for MGM's first Cinemascope feature, as Queen Guinevere is torn between love for her husband and Sir Lancelot in Knights of the Round Table, 1953, starring Ava Gardner & Robert Taylor.

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