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Kurt Herlth
German art director (1896-1966)

Kurt Herlth

Kurt Herlth
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Intro German art director (1896-1966)
Was Artist Film producer Art director Production designer
From Germany
Field Arts Creativity Film, TV, Stage & Radio
Gender male
Birth 24 February 1896, Wriezen
Death 17 July 1966, Berlin (aged 70 years)
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Kurt Herlth (1896–1966) was a German art director known for his designs of film sets. His brother Robert Herlth was also an art director active in the German film industry, and the two men worked together a number of times.

Selected filmography

  • My Heart Calls You (1934)
  • Ride to Freedom (1937)
  • A Mother's Love (1939)
  • I Am Sebastian Ott (1939)
  • Andreas Schlüter (1942)
  • Destiny (1942)
  • Marriage in the Shadows (1947)
  • The Adventures of Fridolin (1948)
  • Artists' Blood (1949)
  • Don't Dream, Annette (1949)
  • The Murder Trial of Doctor Jordan (1949)
  • The Merry Wives of Windsor (1950)
  • The Empress of China (1953)

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