Ted Tetzlaff

Director, Director of Photography, Actor - USA
Born June 3, 1903 in Los Angeles, California, USA, US
Died January 7, 1995 in Fort Baker, CA, USA

Ted Tetzlaff was born on June 3, 1903 in Los Angeles, California, USA, US. He was an American Director, Director of Photography, Actor, known for Notorious (1946), The Window (1949), Son of Sinbad (1955), Ted Tetzlaff's first movie on record is from 1927. Ted Tetzlaff died on January 7, 1995 in Fort Baker, CA, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1959.

Ted Tetzlaff Filmography [Auszug]
1959: [] The young land (Director), with Patrick Wayne, Yvonne Craig, Dennis Hopper,
1955: [06.02] Son of Sinbad (Nights in a Harem) (Director), with Dale Robertson, Sally Forrest, Lili St. Cyr,
1953: [] Terror on a Train (Director), with Glenn Ford, ,
1953: [] Son of Sindbad (Director), with Sally Forrest, Vincent Price, Dale Robertson,
1953: [] Time Bomb (Director), with Glenn Ford, , Maurice Denham,
1952: [] The Treasure of Lost Canyon (Director), with William Powell, Julie Adams, Charles Drake,
1950: [/ /1] The white tower (La torre bianca) (Director), with Robert Aldrich, Edit Angold, Glenn Ford,
1949: [/ /1] The Window (Director), with Bobby Driscoll, Barbara Hale, Arthur Kennedy,
1949: [] A Dangerous Profession (Director), with George Raft, Ella Raines, Pat O'Brien,
1948: [] Fighting Father Dunne (Director), with Pat O'Brien, Jason Robards sr.,
1946: [09.06] Notorious (Director of Photography), Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with Ingrid Bergman, Cary Grant, Claude Rains,
1943: [05.13] The More the Merrier (Merry-Go-Round) (Director of Photography), Directed by George Stevens, with Jean Arthur, Joel McCrea, Charles Coburn,
1942: [10.30] I married a witch (Director of Photography), Directed by René Clair, with Fredric March, Veronica Lake, Robert Benchley,
1941: [08.20] World Premiere (Director), Directed by Otis Garrett, with John Barrymore, Frances Farmer, Eugene Pallette,
1940: [] Remember the Night (Director of Photography), Directed by Mitchell Leisen, with Barbara Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray, Beulah Bondi,
1937: [12.24] True confession (Director of Photography), Directed by Wesley Ruggles, with Carole Lombard, Fred MacMurray, John Barrymore,
1937: [/ /1] Easy Living (Director of Photography), Directed by Mitchell Leisen, with Jean Arthur, Ray Milland, Mary Nash,
1936: [] My Man Godfrey (Director of Photography), Directed by Gregory La Cava, with Alice Brady, William Powell, Franklyn Pangborn,
1936: [] Love before breakfast (Director of Photography), Directed by Walter Lang, with Carole Lombard, Cesar Romero, Preston Foster,
1935: [/ /1] Paris in Spring (Director of Photography), Directed by Lewis Milestone, with Dorothea Wolbert, Jack Mulhall, Ida Lupino,
1933: [10.27] Day of Reckoning (Director of Photography), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Richard Dix, Madge Evans, Conway Tearle,
1933: [02.11] Child of Manhattan (Director of Photography), Directed by Edward Buzzell, with Maurine Dallas Watkins, Nancy Carroll, John Boles,
1931: [] A Dangerous Affair (Director of Photography), Directed by Edward Sedgwick, with , Charles B. Middleton, DeWitt Jennings,
1929: [12.26] Mexicali Rose (Director of Photography), Directed by Erle C. Kenton, with Barbara Stanwyck, Sam Hardy, ,
1928: [06.05] The Devil's Cage (Director of Photography), Directed by Wilfred Noy, with Pauline Garon, Ruth Stonehouse, Donald Keith,
1927: [11.01] Temptations of a Shop Girl (Director of Photography), Directed by Tom Terriss, with Betty Compson, Pauline Garon, Armand Kaliz,

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