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Herbert Lippschitz
German screenwriter and film producer

Herbert Lippschitz

Herbert Lippschitz
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Intro German screenwriter and film producer
Was Screenwriter Film producer Production designer
From Germany
Field Creativity Film, TV, Stage & Radio
Gender male
Birth 28 February 1904, Berlin, Margraviate of Brandenburg
Death 13 September 1972, Munich, Upper Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany (aged 68 years)
Star sign Pisces
The details (from wikipedia)


Herbert Lippschitz (1904–1972) was a German art director. He rose to prominence during the Weimar Republic in the early sound era. The Jewish Lippschitz was forced to leave Germany following the rise of the Nazi Party to power in 1933. This largely halted his career although he was sporadically involved in films in a variety of different countries. He is sometimes credited as Herbert O. Phillips.

Selected filmography

  • Express 13 (1931)
  • I Go Out and You Stay Here (1931)
  • You Will Be My Wife (1932)
  • At Your Orders, Sergeant (1932)
  • Spoiling the Game (1932)
  • Crime Reporter Holm (1932)
  • Two Heavenly Blue Eyes (1932)
  • And the Plains Are Gleaming (1933)
  • Wild Cattle (1934)
  • Hit and Run (1957)
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